Ms. Monaghan’s Message – June 22

Good morning St. Patrick families, I hope you enjoyed the first day of summer, which was more like the spring we never had!  Please see the link below for my message on motivation this week.  Please note a few important items:  the garage sale, the yearbook signing and pick-up party, and a new way of getting in touch with me.   Have a fun filled, restful weekend!   Kaci Monaghan Principal St. Patrick School

Jim Koger Ordained June 9th

Congratulations to long time parishioner Jim Koger who was ordained as a Deacon on June 9th.  Deacon Jim will be assisting Deacon Mike and Fr. Matthew here at St. Patrick.


Ms. Monaghan’s Message – June 1, 2018

Good morning St. Patrick families, I hope you are enjoying your summer break!  We are working hard here to prepare for the upcoming school year, and I am already excited.  🙂 Please see the link below for my message this week.  A VERY important item of note is that the parish is expecting all school families to move to online tithe/tuition this year.  While this might cause some frustration, I hope you find it’s a more convenient method of payment for everyone involved.  It’s important to the parish that, as we move towards a financially sound future, we create easier means of tracking and collecting school tuition and tithe payments.  Through research, we have found that most parishes and schools have moved to the online payment method and have found great success, so we are hopeful that this brings us the same. We are also working hard to set up ways to make paying online for things like lunch, field trips, and other fees more convenient for you and hope to have those methods in place this fall.  Many good things happening to, hopefully, make your life easier! Next week, I will be off on an adventure with my kids as we celebrate a Senior Trip for my daughter, but I will be back in the office on Monday, June 11th.   Thank you, Kaci Monaghan Principal St. Patrick School Check out my newsletter here:    

Fr. Matthew Brumleve Arrives this July

St. Patrick Parish & School welcomes Fr. Matthew Brumleve this July.

April 11 1959 : Born in Akron, Ohio but grew up on a farm in the small community of Sellersburg, Indiana.  1977:  Graduated from New Albany High School.

1977-1981: Attended St. Meinrad College in St. Meinrad, Indiana. Graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy.

1981-1984: Theology Studies at St. Meinard.

1984-1986: Attended College of the Ozarks in Clarksville, Arkansas.

1986-1988: Attended St. Vincent Seminary in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.  Graduated with a Masters of Divinity Degree in 1987.

May 14 1988: Ordained to the Priesthood by Bishop Andrew J. McDonald for the Benedictine Community of Subiaco Abbey, Subiaco, Arkansas.

1984-1992: A member of the Benedictine Community of Subiaco.  Taught American History and Religion at Subiaco Academy, a boarding high school for boys.  Also a dorm supervisor for freshmen for several years and Chaplain of the Academy for one year.

1989-1990: Summer school at the University of Arkansas Little Rock and Assistance at St. Edward Parish, Little Rock.

1992: Moved to Kansas City, Missouri.

1992-1993: Employed at Stroud’s Oak Ridge Manor in Maintenance and Landscaping.

1993-1994: Taught at St. Patrick Grade School. 5thgrade homeroom, mathematics and social studies.

1994-1996: Associate Pastor of St. Mark in Independence, Missouri, with Fr. Jim Healy as Pastor.

1996-2004: Pastor of St. Patrick in St. Joseph and St. Joseph in Easton, Missouri.  St. Patrick had a school at the time.

1996-2008: Director of Continuing Education for the priests of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph.  Served 6 years on a national board of continuing education directors. (NOCERCC)

1998:  4th Degree Knights of Columbus

2004-2013: Pastor of Holy Family, Kansas City, Missouri

2008: Completion of 150 hours of Death and Grief Studies at the Center for Loss and Life Transition in Fort Collins, Colorado.

2013-2018: Pastor of St. George in Odessa and St. Jude in Oak Grove, Missouri.