Totus Tuus

Totus Tuus Success was Parish Effort Thanks to everyone who volunteered as helpers, made donations, fixed meals, came to the potluck, offered your home as a place to stay, hosted the fellowship night and led the campers in the celebration of Mass and Reconciliation. Thanks to the participating campers and their families. The success of the camp would not have been possible without all of you!  Check out the photo gallery at http://saintspeter-paul.org/gallery/totus-tuus/  

Try Out FORMED–The Catholic Faith on Demand

Our parish has the opportunity to try out a digital gateway to high-quality Catholic content, video studies, movies, eBooks and audio presentations from some of the best and most trusted Catholic presenters, authors and producers. It is called FORMED.  Ss. Peter and Paul has made arrangements to a special trial period for the month of May only. So check it out at https://formed.org.  In the upper right-hand corner click on LOGIN, then when prompted enter Email/username:  demo@formed.org and Password:   Mary 2016. Send your feedback to Deacon Jimmy at jghiglione@saintspeter-paul.org or call the parish office at 345-4343 so that we can make...

My Promise, My Faith

Once each year, the girls have the opportunity to earn the My Promise, My Faith pin. Earning this award helps the girls explore how Girl Scouting and their faith offer similar ideas about how to act and how Girl Scouting can tie into their faith. Congratulations to the Girl Scouts for earning the MPMF pin!

Parish Office Moving to Manning Hall

The Parish Office will be relocating to the first floor of Manning Hall on Wednesday, February 3.  The office will be closed for routine business on that day.  For urgent matters, call 345-4343.  The office will return to normal hours on February 4.  The new address is 239 N. Morrison.  Phone numbers are the same.

Collection for the Church in Latin America

At all Masses the weekend of January 23-24, we will take up the Collection for the Church in Latin America. In Peru, the 14 villages of Chazuta, in Moyobamba are all located away from the city center, with the most remote only accessible by boat. The faithful in these communities do not have access to catechetical formation, and members often feel separated from the life of the universal Church. Through a grant from the Collection for the Church in Latin America, the religious congregation of the Missionaries of Jesus was able to provide faith formation, spiritual retreats, and workshops...