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Updated confession times

Drive-through Confessions will move to Saint Patricks following the Saturday 8 AM mass until 9:15 in the morning. This will be the only drive-through confession time. Drive-through confessions will be heard on the west side of the church; please enter the rear of the church from third street. 

Confessions Before vigil masses will resume
***Saturdays at IHM from 3:00 PM to 3:45 PM. 
***Saturdays at Corpus Christi from 1105 to 11:55 on Saturday morning, and 4:30 PM to 5:00 PM.
UPDATED MASS SCHEDULE BEGINNING SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1

Saturday Vigil Masses:
4:00 PM - Immaculate Heart of Mary Church
with confessions before Mass 
at 3:00 PM - 3:45 PM

5:30 - Corpus Christi Church
with confessions before Mass
from 4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Sunday Morning Mass 
7:30 AM - St. Patrick's Church

9:00 AM - St. Patrick's Church

9:30 AM - Sacred Heart Church, Abingdon

10:00 AM - Corpus Christi Church
streamed Mass, still with drive through communion

11:00 AM - Immaculate Heart of Mary Church

REMINDER OF NEW WEEK DAY 
MASS SCHEDULE

Monday -  8am -  IHM
Tuesday -  12:10pm -  Corpus Christi
Wednesday -  8am -  St Patrick's
Thursday -  12:10pm -  Corpus Christi
Friday -  8am -  IHM
Saturday -  8am -  St Patrick's

Masses will continue to be live streamed at 8am Monday-Saturday.

St. Pat’s Wednesday Eucharistic Adoration has resumed 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM Spending time with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament...think of it - a date with God. Come for five minutes or come for an hour. The Most Blessed Sacrament is not a relic or a memory, it is Jesus Himself. He is all-powerful, allloving, all-perfect and anxiously waiting for us to visit. All the treasures and wonders of this world are nothing compared to who we find in Adoration. Will you reserve time to be with Jesus between 8:30 AM and 4 PM every Wednesday?
You Are Invited The Rosary is prayed outside near the Blessed Mother every Thursday afternoon at 3:00 PM, and you are welcome to pray with us. We started this during the shutdown to pray for an end to the pandemic. There is minimal shade, so bring an umbrella and a chair if you choose. We keep a social distance and we pray for various needs; peace, our priests, the sick of our parish, the dying and our own personal intentions. Come, join with us in prayer! It is especially comforting during these times.