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Christmas Eve Masses:  4 pm, 6 pm, & 9 pm

Christmas Day Masses:  8:30 am & 10:30 am, 12:30 pm (Spanish)

Reservations are required for Christmas Mass.  Register at this link:  Christmas Mass Reservations – EventBrite

As mass seating will be limited at our Christmas masses, all seats will require a reservation.  RESERVATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE BEGINNING NOVEMBER 29TH.  After reserving your seats, please either print your ticket to bring with you or download the link to your cell phone.

If you need to cancel your reservation, this can be done through Eventbrite using your ticket confirmation.  For any cancellation problems, please contact Michael at momalley@stpatrickmtdora.org.  Please cancel if you will not be using your seat so another person may attend.

In addition, all of the Christmas masses will be live-streamed on our YouTube channel.  We also encourage you to consider participating in a mass on a different day during the Christmas Octave (December 25 – January 1) as an alternative to mass on Christmas Eve or Day.

Face masks covering BOTH YOUR NOSE AND MOUTH are required for all in person liturgies at St. Patrick.

Thank you for your cooperation.  We look forward to joyously celebrating Christmas while keeping the safety of all as a top priority.


The parish of St. Patrick is a community of faith, composed of various ethnic, linguistic and racial backgrounds. It is deeply rooted in the Roman Catholic family of believers. The make-up of the parish reflects the catholicity of the church itself. We gather to be nourished by Word and Sacrament, to grow in the life of the gospel by our own witness and service in the name of Jesus Christ. We seek to deepen our faith, hope and charity by ongoing learning and a vibrant sharing in communion and mission, reaching out to one another and offering hospitality to all without exception. We desire to be led by the Spirit, the Scriptures and Church teaching so that we may give evidence of an evangelical response to the ever changing needs of the world at large and our own locale.



“I pray to God to give me perseverance and to deign that I be a faithful witness to Him to the end of my life for my God.”

St. Patrick