Let me introduce myself, I am Father Jude Shayo, the priest at St. Patrick's Catholic Church at Moody Air Force Base.  We welcome all military affiliated members to join us at Mass.  If you are new to our community, please introduce yourself to me this Sunday.

Our faith community is dedicated to creating an environment of fellowship through worship, outreach and services.  I encourage you to become active in our ministries.  Becoming part of our ministry is a great way to get to know people while becoming an active member of the church.  In addition, service gives you a
creative outlet to living your baptismal commitments, helps the parish in fulfilling its pastoral obligations, and gives us the opportunity to get to know you personally.

E-mail Father Jude

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Address:  23 WG/HC, 5120 Austin Ellipse, Moody AFB, GA  31699

 

Phone Numbers:  Office: (229) 257-3211, Fax: (229) 257-3646


Office Hours
:
  Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

 

Upcoming Holy Days

Click here to view upcoming Holy Days of Obligation

Sundays and Holy Days

Religious Education

Religious education (RE) is held 9:00 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.
(Sep - May).  Classes are for children 3 years of age through adult.  To register or for more information call the Base Chapel at 257-3211 (CCD registration is open year round)

 

Click here for the Religious Education Registration Form

 

Confession:  9:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. or by appointment

Mass on Sunday:  9:30 a.m.

 

Daily Mass:  Normally, Mass is celebrated Monday through   Thursday at 11:30 a.m. in the Blessed Sacrament room

St. Patrick's life and example gives us much to commemorate:

v Faith in God

v Charity toward those who have not been charitable to you

v Commitment to the welfare of others  

Click here to learn more about St. Patrick

Click here for St. Patrick's Prayer of the Faithful

 

RosaryThe month of October each year is dedicated to the Most Holy Rosary. This is primarily due to the fact that the liturgical feast of Our Lady of the Rosary is celebrated annually on October 7th.

"Among all the devotions approved by the church none has been so favored by so many miracles as the devotion of the Most Holy Rosary" (Pope Pius IX)

 

"Say the Rosary every day to obtain peace for the word" (Our Lady of Fatima)

 

"There is no surer means of calling down God's blessings upon the family ... than the daily recitation of the Rosary" (Pope Pius XII)

 

"We do not hesitate to affirm again publicly that we put great confidence in the Holy Rosary for the healing of evils of our times" (Pope Pius XII)

 

"No one can lie continually is sin and continue to say the Rosary; either they will give up sin or they will give up the Rosary" (Bishop High Doyle)

 

"The Rosary is a magnificent and universal prayer for the needs of the Church, the nations and the entire world" (Pope John XXII)

 

Click here to visit our Rosary Page

 
 

Prayer Requests 

Do you have a prayer request?  Then visit our prayer request page and let us and others pray with you.

Why do we pray?  We pray to be in communion with God; to raise our mind and heart to God in thanksgiving; to praise His glory and to request good things from God.

Can't we simply pray for ourselves?  The answer is "Yes" and you're encourage to do so but James 5:16 states we must also pray for one another and that the fervent prayer of a righteous person is very powerful.  With this in mind, we want to join you in your prayers.

 

Click here to visit our Prayer Request Page

 


Religious Education

If you are interested in being a Religious Education (RE) teacher for the 2017-2018 school year or if you have taught last year and would like to teach again please e-mail Christine Jonson.  Click here.

Student registration for Pre-K through RCIA  is ongoing.  Please see Christine in the Social Hall to sign up.


Catholic Women of the Chapel (CWOC)

CWOC meets on the first and third Monday of the month here at the chapel (at time other locations TBD) from 6:30-8:00 pm.  Please join us for this enlightening time together.


Mass on the Flight Line

Mass is held in the Maintenance Group training room at 1200 hrs for maintainers and flight line workers.


  Parents AMS Family Faith Assessment

All third through eighth grade RE students and their families are asked to complete the AMS Family Faith Assessment. 

Each family should have received an e-mail from the AMS Family Faith Assessment containing a username and password.  Once received, log onto the website and take the "Family Assessment Fall" before the end of October.  We encourage this be done as a family. 

Throughout the year there are 13 categories of families and quizzes you can use to learn more about our Catholic Faith.  Have fun learning as a family. 

Between April and May each student will then take the "Student Assessment Spring."


  All Saints Day

All Saints Day is 1 Nov 17.  It is a Holy Day of Obligation.  Mass will be offered at 11:00 am in the chapel, 12:00 at the Maintenance Group training room and at 5:30 p.m. in the chapel.  Mass is held to remember the faithful departed. 

We will have a binder in the foyer for parishioners to write in the names of their loved ones who we will lift up in prayer during the month of November.  You may also let Father Shayo know if you would like to have a mass offered for your loved ones during the month.

Click here to learn more about All Saints Day


  Potluck and Advent Workshop

On 12 Nov the parish will be having its annual Potluck and Advent Workshop in the chapel social hall following Mass.  Please bring your favorite dish to share.  The wreaths, greenery and the advent candles will be supplied.  If you would like to personalize your wreath you can bring your own decorations (e.g., pine branches, pine cones, ribbons, poinsettia flowers or items you can share.

Click here to learn more about Advent Wreaths



  Parish Council

Our next Parish Council meeting will be held on 12 October at 6:00 p.m. in the Chapel.  All parishioners are invited to attend.


Ushers/Money Counters

All current and new ushers/money counters are required to attend yearly train per Air Force Instruction.  If you did not attend training on 9 or 12 Aug, please see Miriam Watkins.


National Catholic Youth Conference

This amazing event, held every two years, is our nation's largest conference gathering of Catholic high school youth.  Over 23,000 youth and adult leaders from all over the country will gather in Indianapolis, IN, on Nov 16-18, 2017 for three days of celebration and growth in our Catholic faith.  Our parish group will experience the best speakers, workshop presenters, musicians, resources, prayer and liturgy our Catholic Church has to offer our youth.  If you are a youth or have a youth in the grades entering 9th-12th grade, and are interested in the conference, please see Christine.

 

New Year's Brunch

The parish hosted a brunch after the Solemnity of Mary, Holy Mother of God Mass, held on New Year's Day.

Click here to see more photos




First Communion


Some of our youth celebrated their  First Communion on May 14, 2017.

Click here to see more photos

 

"Recognizing the needs of others is a sign of genuine conversion, which only happens when the heart is ready to be changed by Jesus.  Conversion and forgiveness of sins are two aspects of mercy.  How often do we tell ourselves:  ' must change; I cannot continue like this.  On this path, my life will not bear fruit.  It will be a useless life, and I will not be happy.'  Jesus invites us to change our lives.  On this path,, my life will not bear fruit.  It will be a useless life, and I will not be happy.'  Jesus invites us to change our lives.  He, with the Holy Spirit, plants in us the seed of this restlessness in order to change our lives a little bit for the better.  Just open the door, and he will do all the rest.  He does everything.  But open wide the door, so that he can heal us and carry us forward.  Jesus won people over with kindness, with love."

 

If you are new to the community, please introduce yourself to Father Shayo.  We invite you and your family to become active members of our faith community and want you to feel at home and experience the life of the Spirit in this parish.

We ask that you register your family with the Chapel.  Registration forms are located on the wall by the bulletin board in the foyer or you can download the form from this site.  Once completed, give your form to Father Shayo; an usher; or Ms Christine Johnson, our Religious Education Coordinator. 

You may also obtain additional registration information from the Parish Coordinator at (229) 257-2580.

The liturgical weekly readings are available to you online.  We've also provided a link for you in the event you want the readings read to you.

Click here to read or listen to this week's liturgy

Click here to read the New American Bible on line

Click here to read the Catechism of the Catholic Church on line

 

Origin of the Ten Commandments:  Moses was sent by God to set the Israelites free from slavery.  Three months after leaving Egypt, Moses was called to the top of Mt Sinai to receive the Ten Commandments, which were etched in stone tablets.  The commandments are fundamental obligations of our religion and morality


Click here to learn more about the Ten Commandments

Marriage

You will need at least 6 months prior to the wedding ceremony for planning and preparation.  Contact Father Jude for more details.
 

Baptism

Baptism classes are held on the third Thursday of each month in the conference room of the chapel.  The next class will be held on 28 Jan 16 at 6:00 p.m. 

Call Anna at 257-3211 to schedule yourself for the next class.   


Click here to learn more about our seven Catholic sacraments

 

Prayer Requests - Do you have a prayer request?  Let Father Jude know.  E-mail your prayer request today, click here

 

Prayer Journal - Keeping a journal is a meaningful prayer practice, which can open your mind and heart so you're better able to hear what God really wants of you.   

Click here to learn more
 

Other Prayer Pages

v How to Pray   v Prayers   v Stations of the Cross   v The Rosary

 

Purchase fund requests must be made no later than 5 days prior to the event. 

Click here to download an Adobe version of the form 


Disclaimer

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                                                                                                          Last Updated:  29 Oct 17
 
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