The Mission of the Catholic American Community of St. Patrick’s Church in Rome:
United by our Catholic faith and English language, we celebrate and live together the faith of Saints Peter and Paul founded in this holy city of Rome. We welcome those who come to Rome as pilgrims and tourists seeking to grow in their Catholic faith celebrated in language and ways familiar to them. We reach out to those in our city who depend on others for the compassion that leads to human dignity and opportunity. We join in ecumenical collaboration with those of other Christian traditions to know and live our gospel faith most fully.
All of our Masses are at the St. Patrick's Church/Chiesa di San Patrizio, Via Boncompagni, N. 31 (00187 Rome, Italy).
Our Church is now open: Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM; Saturday, 9 AM to 12 Noon and 4 PM until 7 PM, and Sunday 8:00 AM to 12 Noon. Beginning June 1st, our daily Mass at St. Patrick's will be at 9:30 AM and it will be livestreamed on Facebook and posted there and on YouTube. Our weekend Masses are Saturday Vigil Mass (livestreamed) at 6:00 PM and Sunday morning at 9:30 AM. We will adjust the schedule accordingly in the coming weeks. Here are the required protocols
Here is the program for our St. Patrick's Mass for Pentecost Sunday, May 31, 2020: Readings, music and prayers
Here is the program for the Marymount Community Mass on Zoom, May 31, 2020 Readings, music and prayers.
Here is the Mass for Friday of the Seventh Week of Easter, May 29, 2020, two days before Pentecost Sunday: https://www.facebook.com/cacrome/videos/601475094049897/
Here is our Mass for Thursday of the Seventh Week of Easter, May 28, 2020: https://www.facebook.com/cacrome/videos/543196713231913/
Here's our Mass for Wednesday of the 7th Week of Easter, May 27, 2020: https://www.facebook.com/cacrome/videos/609724546563914/
Our Mass for today for St. Philip Neri, May 26, 2020: https://www.facebook.com/cacrome/videos/253915719192158/
Here's our Mass for Monday of the Seventh Week of Easter, May 25, 2020, Memorial Day (with the giant arrangement of lillies): https://www.facebook.com/cacrome/videos/578191542832534/
Here is our Mass for the Ascension of the Lord.https://www.facebook.com/cacrome/videos/250201676291641/
and on our You Tube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPOj-8cegE0
Here is the Mass for Friday of the Sixth Week of Easter. Please note that beginning next week, our daily Mass will move back to 6:00 PM Rome time in St. Patrick's Church and we will continue to Livestream from there. This way more of our parishioners can attend the Mass in person. https://www.facebook.com/cacrome/videos/2696785397314037/
Here is our Mass for Thursday of the Sixth Week of Easter, the second public Mass in our Church. https://www.facebook.com/cacrome/videos/290702858624587/
Here is our Mass for Wednesday of the Sixth Week of Easter, May 20, 2020. Tomorrow, May 21, our Mass will be in St. Patrick's at 9:30 AM. All are invited. It will also be livestreamed.
Here is our Mass for Tuesday of the Sixth Week of Easter. Our first Mass in our Church since March 8th. The sound is not the greatest, but it is a start. Our Mass on Wednesday and Friday of this week will be livestreamed from our Rectory Chapel at 9:30 AM. Our 9:30 Mass on Thursday will be public in the Church as it was today. Next week all of our 9:30 Masses will be in the Church, Monday through Friday. Our first Sunday Mass will be May 24 at 9:30.https://www.facebook.com/cacrome/videos/240999813659546/
Here is our new YouTube Channel for St. Patrick's Catholic American Parish in Rome: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVq_8go3iEX9BoKJ-go8kgw
Here is our Mass for Monday of the Sixth Week of Easter, May 18, 2020:
A “virtual” Collection Basket will be passed around before and after Mass. To all of our parishioners, alumni and friends, we make an appeal to contribute to our parish as you would if you were attending Mass. We need to pay our salaries, living expenses and ongoing taxes and this has become very difficult. We realize that we are not the only ones in need at this time, and that many of you are suffering with the closures and loss of income. So we appreciate anything you can offer to help. Please use this Paulist link https://www.paulist.org/helprome/ or go to the home page of our website www.stpatricksamericnarome.org and donate through Paypal, or send a bank transfer (bonifico) to our Chiesa di San Patrizio a Villa Ludovisi account at the credem bank: IT35D 03032 03201 01000 0005028. We are incredibly grateful to all of you who have donated so generously thus far. We appreciate this very much.
And let us continue to pray for each other.
(Our mailing address is: Paulist Fathers, Via Antonio Salandra 6, 00187 Rome, Italy).
To contact us, click here. We do not list our email addresses, but if you click on "here" or the names below, it will set up an email response for you. Our new office telephone number is: (+39) 06.8881.8727. Our Fax Number is: (+39) 06.474.0236
Our newest edition of As Romans Do, our periodic guide for pilgrims to Rome, is now available. This 100-page guide to Rome and the Catholic American Community of St. Patrick’s Church is a real treasure. The Paulists currently on staff (Fr. Greg Apparcel and Fr. Steve Petroff) and the entire St. Patrick’s Community are ready and willing to assist all pilgrims coming to Rome in 2020 and 2021 and to do everything to make your visit as fulfilling as possible.All of our Masses are in English.
This edition of As Romans Do is dedicated to all of you who seek to deepen and enrich your faith during your time in Rome. It makes many and varied recommendations for what to see and do, provides opening times and costs for museums and other places of interest, and gives an overview of our parish, our Church and life in Rome. Just send your name and address and he will happy to mail you a copy: . (We do not have an email version.) All we ask is that you consider sending us a donation to help with postage and to support our ministry here at St. Patrick’s.