St. Patrick is located in Limestone Siding, in Victoria County New Brunswick.
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We hold our Sunday Eucharistic Celebration service at 9 am each week.
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The parish of Saint Patrick was inaugurated in 1887.
A note from Father Henry Joyner, pastor of the Assumption Parish in Grand Falls, tells us that the mission of Limestone, NB was inaugurated by Fr. J. J. O'Leary, pastor of Grand Falls from 1870 to 1889. Fr. Raymond Pennafort, O.F.M. was the first Franciscan to celebrate mass in the old St. Patrick church that was destroyed by fire on June 6, 1953.
Father Pennafort's first mass was celebrated March 3, 1923, after Bishop Chiasson of Chatham on February 26, 1923, authorised the Franciscans to take over the mission of Limestone Siding.
Ten years after the inauguration in 1897, a church was built. This church is the one that was destroyed by fire in 1948.
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