Pastor: Father Jan Grotkowski SDS
34 South Alder Street, Campbell River (Map)

"Called to holiness, we dedicate ourselves to the ongoing mission of Christ, through the celebration of the sacraments, evangelization, and service to others."

Mass Schedule
Monday - No Mass

Tuesday - 10:00am @ Yucalta Lodge

Wednesday to Friday - 9:00am

Saturday - 5:00pm

Sunday - 9:00am & 11:00am

1st Friday-10:30 am @ Evergreen Care Home

Mission Masses

2nd Sunday - Gold River @ 3:00 pm

3rd Sunday - Sayward @ 3:00 pm

4th Sunday - Gold River @ 3:00 pm

The Lord’s question to us, his disciples: Who do you say that I am?” — is addressed to each one of us personally.

Saturday - 4:15 to 4:45 pm
Wednesday - Thursday - Friday
15 minutes prior to morning Mass
or by request

Wednesday 9:30am to 10:00pm
First Fridays (Sept - June) 9:00am to 12:00pm
Open before and after each Sunday Mass
and before Saturday 5:00pm Mass.


In view of the current COVID-19 pandemic, each week Father Jan and Father Konrad are recording Celebrations of the Eucharist. To view the videos, please click HERE.

“Whoever welcomes one such child
in my name welcomes me..”

‘Whoever wants to be first must be last
of all and servant of all.”

Indoor Masses

Masses will be celebrated in the large hall on the following days and times on a trial basis and your feedback would be much appreciated:

Tuesday 7 PM,
Wednesday 9:30 AM
followed by Adoration until 10:00 PM,
Friday at 9:30 AM,
Saturday at 5:00 PM,
Sunday at 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM

N.B. Confessions Saturdays at 4:15 PM or call Fr. Jan.


The Diocese of Victoria has issued new requirements supplemental to their August 25, 2021 directive. Face coverings are required for all those born in 2009 or earlier for all activities in church buildings including worship services. All worship services are exempt from the requirement for proof of vaccination. Exemptions include receptions following worship services, meetings with a worship component and essential services. Proof of vaccination is required for all other uses of church buildings with more than 50 people in attendance. Please direct any questions to the Chancery by emailing

Mass Schedule - September 20th - September 26th

Monday - No Mass

Tuesday - 7:00 PM - Mass for INT All Doctors, Nurses, Paramedics & Staff at Campbell River Hospital offered by the Meszaros Family

Wednesday - 9:30 AM Mass for +Mildred Ann Luce offered by Marjorie Luce-Haddon

Thursday - Mass for +Maureen Linton offered by Shirley Bourque

Friday - 9:30 AM Mass for INT SVDP Donors offered by the SVDP Society

Saturday - 5:00 PM Mass for +Don Orr offered by Lorraine Orr

Sunday - 9:00 AM Mass for +Felipe & Al offered by the Netzel Family

11:00 AM Mass for All Parishioners

COLLECTION OFFERINGS - The collection/offerings basket is now located at the back of the Sanctuary. Parishioners are requested to please put their offerings in the basket as they enter before Mass begins. Theses offerings will be processed to the Altar during the offertory of the Mass. Thank you.

To read a message from Bishop Gary concerning the proclaiming of September 30th as Truth and Reconciliation Day, please click HERE.

CHANGE IN ACCESS TO THE CHURCH - Please enter via the lower S. Alder St. entrance and follow the signs.

INVITATION TO ADORATION Adoration will begin with Mass every Wednesday at 9:30 am. All are invited to attend the Mass and participate in Adoration until 10 pm. “Jesus, I Trust in You Please enter by way of the lower door and follow the appropriate signs.

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS! We are looking for volunteers to become catechists for our Children’s Religious Education Program. Please contact our Religious Education Coordinator Sharon Turner-Rondquist @ 250-202-0476 or call the parish office during business hours if you would like to know more about this very rewarding opportunity.

Invitation to all the Youth of St. Patrick’s Parish - St. Patrick’s Youth Group invites all youth grades 6 to 12 to join our first meeting of the year! We will be meeting IN PERSON in the small hall 7:00 to 9:00 pm on Friday Sept. 24th , Please join us for fun activities, games, prayers, discussions, snacks and PIZZA! This will be the start of our continuing Friday night meetings which you are welcome to join anytime. Please contact Sharon @ 250-202-0476 or call the parish office during business hours.

***Please note that masks must be worn during the meeting.***

I Am Special - Calling all Families and Children of St. Patrick’s Parish!

We are excited to announce that our I Am Special and our Liturgy of the Word for Children Programs have resumed at the 9:00 AM Mass as of Sunday September 12.

We also welcome our school age parishioners and their families to join us on Thursday Oct 7th for a special Mass and Catechism registration.

For further information please contact Sharon Turner-Rondquist at 250-923-0763 or call the church office during business hours.


The construction of the St. Patrick’s Church extension and renovation is well under way. To keep the parishioners of the parish informed of the progress of the task, an ongoing series of photos indicating various phases of the effort is being uploaded and may be accessed by clicking.

There is an important request that we respect construction site etiquette and not enter the construction area which is fenced off. This is for our safety.

Please use the lower entry into the church.


  • Sandblasting of retaining wall done.
  • Interior framing.
  • Ground prep done for upper lot.


  • Some windows have arrived.
  • Mock up for window installation.
  • Ongoing interior framing.
  • Pumbing rough-in started.


  • Waiting on roofers.
  • Electric install once roof is done.

Heads up, watch your step, and say a little prayer.

We thank you for your prayers, helping hands and continued financial support. God bless you and say a little prayer.


A mass intention for all donors who give to our Society was said by Father Frank at the 5pm Saturday mass, on August 28th. Claude Bedard (SVDP National President) and Paul Bertrand (OLOG Conference President) presented the offering gifts to Father Frank.

Here is a summary of the work of our conference in the month of August: - Food, personal and household items continue to be dropped off to our storeroom. Our Emergency Food Hamper Service shut down in August, ready to resume operation after Labour Day with fully stocked shelves, freezers and fridge.

- 280 clients of the downtown Community Kitchen were served a hot, nutritious lunch each Sunday. These higher numbers may be due to more out-of-towners being served meals over the summer months. Our City’s growing vulnerable population may also be finding out more about the resources available to them

- A monthly grocery shop with our Adopted Family is helping to provide the assistance needed for this family to continue to strive for a better way of life

- Commercial Trucking has now been secured for both Tahsis and Gold River. With a refrigerated 5 ton truck we are now able to provide more perishable and non-perishable food items, personal and household items and pet food to both these communities

- Summer grilling for men in recovery at Second Chance continued, with the monthy meat supplies provided by our Society

- One “Welcome Kit” for Rose Harbour is ready for delivery, with shopping and packing underway to prepare 2 more

We are grateful for the many ways your contributions help support our conference’s programs. Thank you and God bless you.

Recycle for the Building Fund Thank you to everyone who is contributing to the building fund by dropping off bottles and cans at the back door of the church hall every Saturday 10 am till noon. Your efforts have raised over $20,528.00 thus far. Just goes to show that "every little bit helps!”