Meeting Info

The Social Action Commission works to realize the Gospel call for life, human dignity and care for God"s creation through Direct Social Service and Social Change.

Planning meetings are held briefly on the second Sunday of each month between the 10am and Noon Masses, in the St. Anne's Room (lower level).  Anyone can join anytime! All are welcome!  Let's go make a difference!

El comité de Acción Social se reunirá el domingo 14 de julio en el salon “St. Annes” (planta baja) entre las misas de las 10:00am y la de las 12:00. Todos están invitados a asistir. Hagamos la diferencia! 


Mike Stein

Position Ministry Leader


Our Social Action Commission is looking for volunteers to help with the parish Recycling Programs.   For those of you who don't have a lot of time to volunteer, here's a simple once a month commitment just for you!

Volunteers are needed to haul the recycling from St. Patrick's to the Recycling Center off Scott Boulevard (near ReStore).  A pickup, trailer or SUV will be necessary for the capacity to haul the recycling.  If you’re a person with a pickup, trailer or SUV who can volunteer once/month or at your discretion, we would love to have you volunteer to help us out!  Please call the office, 337-2856. 

Our Mission Statement:
"St. Patrick's Creation Care Team seeks to bring Catholic teachings on climate change and environmental stewardship to the center of parish life and advocate for faith-informed environmental policies in the parish and the greater community."

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Sofia and Dan Livorsi  
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Position Ministry Leaders


Click here:  Laudato Si Video - THIS is what we are all about!

 Laudato Si - Please help us take care of the Earth!

The Johnson County CROP HUNGER WALK happens annually on a Sunday in April. 

When you join in this walk you are helping to end HUNGER here in Johnson County and around the world.  Up to 25% of the money raised in a CROP HUNGER WALK supports hunger-fighting here in Johnson County.  In previous years, CROP WALKERS have raised over 15 million dollars to assist hungry people around the world, providing food and other essentials to those recovering from disasters, as well as tools and training to communities as they seek to establish food security for themselves in places like Guatemala, Indonesia, Haiti, Cambodia, Kenya and more.

Watch for information in the Sunday Bulletin in the month of March.

Contact OPEN. Please call Cheryl Schropp 337-2856 to volunteer!
Position Ministry Leader


Free Lunch. Commission members coordinate a balanced Free Lunch meal on the third Wednesday of the month, every other month. Volunteers are needed to provide food items as well as prepare, serve, and clean up. Sign-up is available on the Narthex bulletin board beginning 3 weeks early to allow ample time to volunteer. Coordinators make reminder phone calls to the volunteers. Food donations are accepted at the church kitchen the Tuesday before the lunch from 7:30am until 8:30pm. Coordinators then pick up the food on Wednesday morning and deliver to the Wesley House for preparation and serving.

Contact Tom and Rose McCoy
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Parishioners are invited to bring non-perishable food items and paper goods on the last weekend of the month. Donations are distributed among local food banks and charities in our community.

"Whatsoever you do to the least of my people, that you do unto me." Matthew 25:40

Contact Mike & Renetta Burlage
Position Ministry Leaders



Project Holiday. In conjunction with The Crisis Center of Johnson County, Project Holiday tags are provided to area organizations. Take a tag and return your donation directly to The Crisis Center to help purchase a holiday meal for a local family in need. Meals are complete with a turkey, chicken, or alternative entree choice; vegetables, stuffing, and all the holiday meal fixings. You can help bring families together this holiday season!


Tom and Rose McCoy
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Life Issues Forum Article -  Life Issues Forum: Abortion Extremism

40DFL Stats 2019.pdf


Contact Sheryl Schwager, Coordinator
(319) 855-8475




In our recent Catholic Social Teaching group which has been meeting on Sundays after 10am Mass, we have been enjoying and learning all about what the Catholic Church teaches on a wide variety of topics.   We have two more Sunday get togethers left (April 7th and 14th).  You need not to have attended previous sessions. Please drop in the Parlor after 10am Mass and join us!

CST 101 is a collaborative 7-part video and discussion guide series presented by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and Catholic Relief Services on Catholic social teaching.  The videos (click on links below) bring the themes of Catholic social teaching to life and inspire us to put our faith into action!  We ROCK as Catholics when we put our faith in action! 

Life and Dignity of the Human Person


Caring for God's Creation

Call to Family, Community and Participation

Option for Poor and Vulnerable

Rights and Responsibilities

Dignity of Work and Rights of Workers  Here is a Free Trade Company mentioned at this gathering.