S.O.S. Soup Kitchen – Christmas Give-Away

S.O.S. Soup Kitchen – Christmas Give-Away Looking for donations of: Hats Gloves/Mittens Scarves Coats – Children & Adults Socks Slippers Blankets Personal Hygiene Items Toys Games Teen Gifts Items can be new or gently used. Please drop off items in Gathering Space on or before 12/15/19 Deadline. Questions? Call or text Dean @ 618-334-1177 SOS Soup Kitchen – Christmas Give-Away event is on Thursday, December 19th 5:00 pm at St. John’s All are welcome to attend for fellowship, food, and gifts.

Giving Tree

It’s that time of year again.  Please select your tag from the Giving Tree and make someone’s Christmas morning special! The tags have items listed from each individual’s wish list.  These lists are suggestions.  You may purchase something from this list or something of your own choice.  Each person in each family has 3 tags on the tree to represent the 3 gifts from the Magi to the Christ Child.  Please do not feel like you have to buy everything on the list. When you select a tag from the tree, please fill in the requested information on the...

Parishioners reflect on faith, family, and music in the Church

On September 29, some Ss. Peter & Paul parishioners joined thousands from the St. Louis area and beyond to attend “Coming Home: A Final Celebration,” a concert of the St. Louis Jesuits: composers and leaders of Catholic pastoral music. The five men: Bob Dufford, SJ; John Foley, SJ; Tim Manion; Roc O’Connor, SJ; and Dan Schutte, who first met as Jesuit scholastics at St. Louis University in the seventies, began composing music for Catholic and Christian worship in the years that followed the Second Vatican Council. This allowed for the celebration of the Mass in the vernacular (the commonly...

Learning about Suicide Prevention

September is Suicide Prevention Month and today, suicide is a growing epidemic affecting many people in our world, and even in our own parish. The damaging effects of suicide are long lasting but there is always healing and hope. Part of the journey of healing is doing our part to try to prevent suicide by learning about the resources available and how we can help. Maggie Brennan, Director of Pastoral Care at Ss. Peter & Paul, recently attended a seminar to learn about suicide prevention resources that are available and ways to discuss suicide with people who may be...

Parish Welcoming Event

 All New Parishioners Are Invited! Sunday August 18, after 10:30 Mass in the Fellowship Hall. New members who have joined  Ss. Peter and Paul Parish since February 2019 are invited for  dinner and fellowship with parish clergy and  ministry leaders. New members please call the parish office at 618-345-4343 by August 13.

Catholic Schools Week 2019

Catholic Schools Week 2019, a weeklong annual celebration of Catholic education, was a success for all of us! The week kicked off Sunday, Jan. 27, with Mass followed by a pizza party and an open house of the school. On Monday, the students wore crazy socks, competed in a spelling bee and were treated to ice cream. On Tuesday, the SSPP Student Council expressed gratitude to our many volunteers by serving them donuts, juice and coffee following Mass. Also, the children wore St. Louis Blues gear and/or blue shirts for our special afternoon assembly featuring the St. Louis Blues’...
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