Used Uniform Sale

From 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, June 3-21, St. Patrick will hold its annual used uniform sale in the foyer of the school. Make sure you take advantage of our used uniform sale. The school foyer is packed with savings over purchasing new: Blazers – $35 Shirts – $5 Skirts and Pants […]

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Joseph and Jade Agler Win Music Awards

BILOXI, Miss. – This past Friday and Saturday Joseph and Jade Agler competed in the Mississippi Music Teachers Association’s Pre-College State Finals. Joseph competed in 3 categories in piano (Solo, Sonatina/Sonata, and Ensemble) and 1 category in strings (Solo, Viola). He placed 2nd in two of the categories and 3rd in the other two categories. […]

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St. Patrick Catholic High School Senior, Amelie Million Recognized as Honorary Merit Scholarship Award from The National Merit Scholarship Corporation

  BILOXI, Miss. – The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has notified St. Patrick Catholic High School and Amelie Million that she will receive an Honorary Merit Scholarship as part of the National Merit Scholarship competition. Due to Million’s extensive scholarship opportunity at the United States Naval Academy, she will not receive a financial award. The […]

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Friday, May 10

Today’s Prayer and Reflection: Whoever eats my Flesh and drinks my Blood remains in me and I in him. (John 6:56) The few moments before you receive Jesus in the Eucharist at Mass are a beautiful opportunity to turn your heart and thoughts toward the Lord. Have you ever tried, as you walk up to […]

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Thursday, May 9

Today’s Prayer and Reflection: Philip . . . proclaimed Jesus to him. (Acts 8:34, 35) Who was this man who met up with an Ethiopian court official and then was mysteriously “snatched. . . away” (Acts 8:39)? Not to be confused with the apostle Philip, this Philip was one of the seven deacons appointed to […]

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Wednesday, May 8

Today’s Prayer and Reflection: There was great joy in that city. (Acts 8:8) You watched your friend Stephen being stoned to death. Now persecution has broken out in your city (Acts 8:1). You might even be the next person killed for believing in Jesus. So you leave Jerusalem, but you keep preaching the gospel—and many […]

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