Saint Patrick is a Roman Catholic Parish located in Saint Charles, Illinois. The first mass on the current site was celebrated in 1834 and building of the first stone church, "old St. Pats", was commenced in 1851. At right is the current "downtown" church and rectory which were constructed in 1912. The next door school was completed in 1930. Pictured below is the Crane Road church dedicated in 1991 and is on the same campus as the planned new school, offices and rectory. (See Capital Campaign.)
Today St. Patrick Parish has two churches and campuses and a registered membership of more than 4,500 families consisting of more than 16,000 parishioners.
We invite you to visit our web site regularly to learn more about the spiritual life available to you as a Catholic at Saint Patrick.
Directions to Downtown Church
From IL Route 64 and the Fox River in downtown St. Charles, IL, go four blocks west and turn right (north) at 4th Street. Proceed for one block to Cedar Street. The church is located at the corner of 4th & Cedar, 400 Cedar Street, St. Charles, IL 60174. http://www.mapquest.com/mq/2-Ettl
Directions to Crane Road Church
From the intersection of IL Route 64 and Randall Road on the west side of St. Charles, IL, proceed 3 miles north to Bolcum Road. Turn left (west) on Bolcum road to the first intersection. Turn right (north) on Crane Road and proceed about a half mile. The church is on your right, 6N491 Crane Road, St. Charles, IL 60175. http://www.mapquest.com/mq/8-b5zOrWJC