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Renew My Church

As Jesus Christ calls us to constantly renew His Church, we must be prepared to lend our voice and efforts to the possible ways in which we bring about that needed renewal.

Process Overview

Renewal requires envisioning, planning, and new means to bring Jesus Christ to others. There are nearly 100 groupings of parishes and schools across the Archdiocese engaging in a process to address necessary questions of structure, how to work together across communities within each grouping, and to establish a strong foundation for vitality through focused evangelization and faith formation efforts. Supporting our parishes with the best structures enables us to breathe renewed life into our efforts to make disciples, build communities, and inspire witness.

New RMC Update as of 1/15/2021:

Dear Parishioners:

We are pleased that Bishop Wypych, our regional bishop and Cardinal Cupich’s representative to our region of the Archdiocese, will be with us on Friday, January 22, at 8:00 p.m., to join us in prayer and share a very import update on the future of our parishes. Due to Covid restrictions, this will be done online.

Please go to www.renewmychurch.org/announcements for details about how to access the meeting from your computer or smartphone.

St. Patricia Parish Grouping
Feedback & Discernment Team (GFDT) Members:

Fr. Marcel Pasciak, Pastor
Jim Kash
Missy Keegan, Ministry of Care


Jamie Nowinski, Principal

Hank Oszakiewski
Jackie Stasch

St. Patricia Parish RMC Updates

Renew My Church: Invitation to
Second Parish Conversation

We invite you to join parish leadership for our second Renew My Church parish conversation on

October 11, 2020, at 12:30 pm
in St. Patricia Church.

294 Corridor Grouping Scenarios

This past weekend Fr. Marc distributed copies of the initial scenarios that the Archdiocese has offered as potential models of how our parishes and schools could be configured in the future. These scenarios will help us consider the best use of our buildings for making disciples, building communities, and inspiring witness. We welcome your feedback on this matter; if you wish to share your thoughts on the initial scenarios, please mail or e-mail Missy Keegan at mkeegan@stpatriciaparish.comWe will share your thoughts with our St. Patricia Parish Discernment and Decisions Team.