|Church of Saint Patrick|
|Location||Staten Island, New York|
|Built||1862 (steeple added 1898)|
|Architectural style(s)||Early Romanesque Revival-style|
|Governing body||Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York|
|Designated||February 20, 1968|
The church was established at the county seat in 1862 as a mission of St. Joseph's, Rossville, becoming the fifth Catholic church on Staten Island. Prior to construction of the church, the Catholic community in the area was served by the founding pastor John Barry, a priest from Rossville, as well as by James Roosevelt Bayley, a future archbishop. The early Romanesque Revival-style building was built in 1862, and a steeple was added in 1898.
St. Patrick's became an independent parish in 1884. During 1914–1922, St. Patrick's established four Staten Island mission churches that grew to become independent parishes: St. Margaret Mary, Our Lady Queen of Peace, St. Clare, and St. Charles. The church was declared an official city landmark by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission on February 20, 1968.
- Shelley, Thomas J. (2007). The Bicentennial History of the Archdiocese of New York, 1808–2008. Editions Du Signe. p. 490. ISBN 978-2746819450.
- "Saint Patrick's Church". Historic Richmond Town. July 26, 2018. Retrieved January 28, 2019.
- "St. Patrick's Church" (PDF). New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. February 20, 1968. Retrieved 2019-11-17.