St. Patrick Church, Long Island City



How to Arrange a Mass Intention

Call Father Powers at 718 729 6060 and
leave him a message on ext. 12 or email
him at father.rob.powers @


Como Poner Una Intención en la Misa

Llame al Padre Powers al 718 729 6060
y dejele un recado en ext. 12 o escribele a
father.rob.powers @




Confession Saturdays 4:00—4:45 PM

718 729 6060 ext. 12

will be heard in the chapel.

Upcoming Liturgies

Wed., March 17: St. Patrick’s Day / Día de San Patricio
Fri., March 19: St. Joseph’s Day / Día de San Jose
Sun., March 28: Palm Sunday / Domingo de Ramos
Sun., April 4: Easter Sunday / Domingo de Pascua
Sun., April 11: Divine Mercy Sunday/
Domingo de la Divina Misericordia

Fasting & Abstinence
Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are days of
fasting for all Catholics between the ages of 18 and
59. Persons in this age group may have one only full
meal on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 17 and Good Friday,
April 2, two lighter meals for sustenance, and are
not permitted to eat between meals.
Ash Wednesday and the Fridays of Lent beginning
Friday, February 19 are also days of abstinence for
all Catholics 14 years of age and older. Persons in
this age group may not eat meat of any form—
poultry, beef, or pork. These Lenten sacrifices of
fasting and abstinence unite us more profoundly
with the one sacrifice of Jesus on the cross.

St. Patrick’s Has Reopened for Public Mass on Sundays

Masses are open to the public. Safe distancing protocols are observed by all. We continue to broadcast the Masses on Facebook and at There is more information on this page and inside this bulletin.

San Patricio Ésta Abierta Para la Misa Pύblica los Domingos 

Las misas están abiertas al pύblico. Reglas de la distancia social están observadas por todos. Seguimos transmitiendo las misas por Facebook y por (aparte de la nueva misa dominical a las 1:30 PM en español.) Hay mas información en el interior de este boletín.

The Church is Open for Weekday Masses

Enter through the parking lot
Entre por el parqueo

Monday through Friday 12:10 PM
Lunes a Jueves (español) 1:15 PM

Sunday Masses

Saturday Vigil: 5 PM English
Sunday: 9 AM English
10:30 AM Español
12 PM English
nueva misa: 1:30 PM Español



Attend Mass by Streaming or TV

Daily Mass

While you are at home at this time, consider attending daily
Mass. We offer Mass in English Monday through Friday at
12:10 PM and in Spanish at 1 PM. You can attend via Facebook
or on the web site later in the afternoon at


Attend Sunday Mass Via TV o Internet

Mass at St. Patrick’s, celebrated by Fr. Powers or Fr. Gilley,
can be found through this Facebook link:
hƩps:// We record on
Facebook Live, and the Masses can be viewed live or afterward
on Facebook or on the parish website, The Mass
schedule is below.

Sat. 5 PM Vigil

Sunday Masses at 9 AM, 10:30 AM (Spanish), and 12 PM.

Daily Masses (Monday thru Friday): 12:10 PM and 1PM (Spanish). 

You can also attend Mass via NET-TV, the Diocese of Brooklyn’s
channel on Spectrum (Channel 97), Optimum (Channel 30) and
FIOS (Channel 48). Viewers can also tune in online
The Sunday Masses are scheduled as follows:
Saturday at 6 PM (English)
Sunday at 11 AM (English)
Sunday at 1:30 PM (Spanish)
Weekday Masses on NET-TV are at 8 AM (English),
9 AM (Spanish) and 12 Noon (English).



You are encouraged to participate remotely at Mass through NET-TV, the diocesan television station,  or by streaming through our website,  WNET-TV is 97 on Spectrum, 30 on Optimum, and 48 on FIOS.  On Saturday nights, Mass is at 6 PM, and on Sundays at 11 AM, and at 1:30 PM in Spanish. 
Please continue to support the parish financially.  You can leave your envelopes in the mail slot in the front door marked LETTERS.  We are in the process of setting up online electronic giving.  Please email me if you are interested and I will email you as soon as this program is set up.
Pray with confidence to God the Father through the Lord Jesus Christ and through the Holy Spirit that He will “flatten the curve,”  protect all from further infection, heal the sick, and comfort all who are suffering at this time.  He will certainly hear our prayers.
You are all continuously in my prayers, and always in the sacrifice of the Mass.
May God bless you all.
                                                                            Love, Fr. Robert Powers