St. Patrick Catholic Church20 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 756 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94103, United States
- Timings: 07:30 am - 06:30 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4154213730
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Church, Religious Site, Family And Kids
Visit this Roman Catholic church for its Gothic Revival architecture and stained-glass and painted windows. The 1851 building is quite unassuming looking, but if you hand around for a while, the simple elegance seems to become increasingly beautiful.
St. Patrick Catholic Church Hours
- Just in case the church is close for lunch or other reasons, call ahead of your visit.
How to Reach St. Patrick Catholic Church
- Buses 14 and 14R stop Mission St & 4th St
- 4th St & Market St
- Streetcar F
- K-Owl, L-Owl, N-Owl
- MUNI Metro Bus Shuttle
- Buses 6, 7, 9, 21, 31
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St. Patrick Catholic Church Reviews & Ratings
It has an accessible entrance at the back of the church near the Contemporary Jewish Museum. It has a bathroom that is accessible by stairs or elevator. The elevator was not working today though, and they closed the restroom as well (there are many establishments nearby where you can buy something and use the bathroom if you are desperate). The priest gave an interesting homily today. They had a good soloist and a pianist. The church felt packed this Sunday at the 5:15pm Mass, yet we managed to find ourselves a good seat for 5 people.
Great Catholic church, even if you just want to look around. Sunday mass 12:00 pm is the best.
Any Catholic Church I go is a haven for me. A place to communion with my Creator. This church is located at the heart of San Francisco Downtown. Very accessible to any means of transportation like BMW (Bart, Munie and Walk)
A wonderful piece of California history. The building itself sends a message through time.
This will always be my place of worship. I was baptized here, had my catechism here and became an alter server with the beloved Monsignor Fred Al Bitanga. Times have changed and its good to see the church going strong.