The menu this week includes Jambalaya, Steamed Rice, Oriental Vegetables, Garlic Toast, Salad...
The next Baptism Class will be Sunday, November 5, at 1:00 p.m. in the Parish Center for parents...
Several Parishioners have asked Deacon Aaron for his notes to the "Wednesdays with the Deacon." Just...
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults sessions began September 10, but it's not too late to...
Merciful Mufflers is a ministry that provides prayer shawls and lap robes to members of the...
The first St. Patrick Church building was dedicated in 1868. St. Patrick School has been ministering to students of all faiths since 1873.
St. Joseph Church and School were dedicated in 1910. St. Joseph, like St. Patrick, is a thriving parish, but St. Joseph School was closed in April 1970 due to declining enrollment.
Our Catholic Community serves Meridian and Lauderdale County, including Naval Air Station Meridian and the surrounding counties. Thriving communities of Hispanic Catholics now enrich us with their strong faith. Our community is also enriched by the involvement of Filipino, Vietnamese, Korean and others.
The focus of our Catholic Community is Jesus Christ and the values He teaches us in the Sacred Scriptures. We invite you to visit us and learn about our church and our many ministries to families and individuals. Take a look around this site to see how we can serve your needs and how you can serve the Lord and others through our Catholic Community.
All Are Welcome
If you wish to become a member of our Catholic Community, please pick up a registration form or call the church office (601-693-1321). If you need information on St. Patrick Catholic School, please visit www.stpatrickcatholicschool.org, or call 601-482-6044.