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Sign up Genius for Lenten Prayer Service March 13: HERE

What to Expect with reopening. 

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Wurstmarkt Update

Amazing. Unbelievable. Thankful.  We wanted to say THANK YOU to everyone who helped with the drive-through Wurstmarkt this year. We will admit that we did not know how many to expect, but we certainly did not expect to sell out so quickly.  We planned for fewer people and sold about 600 meals in less than 2 hours!  We are thankful for everyone who helped us in any way. We will include our final profits as soon as we have all the numbers in, but please know we are thankful for everyone’s participation, contributions, and prayers for good weather.

Thank you -
Mark Knese & Staci Wittenauer

Click HERE to view registration form!

 

Shop Scrip to help SPPCS!

Scrip is Fundraising While You Shop. All you have to do is purchase gift cards thru the
SPPCS Scrip Program and use them in place of cash, checks or credit cards for purchases
you are going to make anyway! Each card purchased carries an associated “contribution”
of 1% to 16% or more. Gift cards are available from over 300 national and several local
retailers. Groceries, clothing, dining out, home improvement and even gasoline can all be
purchased with scrip.

Click HERE to download the order form. 

 

A Prayer to Combat the Coronavirus Pandemic
Most Merciful and Triune God,
We come to You in our weakness.
We come to You in our fear.
We come to You with trust.

For You alone are our hope.
We place before You the disease present in our world.
We turn to You in our time of need.

Bring wisdom to doctors.
Give understanding to scientists.
Endow caregivers with compassion and generosity.
Bring healing to those who are ill.
Protect those who are most at risk.
Give comfort to those who have lost a loved one.
Welcome those who have died into Your Eternal Home.

Stabilize our communities.
Unite us in our compassion.
Remove all fear from our hearts.
Fill us with confidence in Your care.

Jesus, I trust in You.
Jesus, I trust in You.
Jesus, I trust in You.

Amen.

 

Sister Parish in Guatemala

  • First Communion at our Sister Parish in Guatemala
  • First Communion at our Sister Parish in Guatemala
  • First Communion at our Sister Parish in Guatemala
  • First Communion at our Sister Parish in Guatemala
  • First Communion at our Sister Parish in Guatemala
  • First Communion at our Sister Parish in Guatemala
  • First Communion at our Sister Parish in Guatemala
  • First Communion at our Sister Parish in Guatemala
  • First Communion at our Sister Parish in Guatemala
  • First Communion at our Sister Parish in Guatemala
  • First Communion at our Sister Parish in Guatemala
  • First Communion at our Sister Parish in Guatemala
  • First Communion at our Sister Parish in Guatemala
  • First Communion at our Sister Parish in Guatemala

On behalf of the Adult and Youth Faith Formation Commission of Ss. Peter and Paul Parish we are excited to provide 40 Days of Reflection during the Season of Lent. For the Next 40 days parishioners will provide a short daily reflection on topics from on Catholic Faith. We hope this project enables you and your family an opportunity for prayer, reflection and growth.

To view the daily reflection, click HERE!

 

Adult Faith Formation:

If you missed our Prayer Service for Healing Body and Soul, you can rewatch HERE !

In case you missed it: View some take-a-ways from the Tax-smart financial planning strategies Speaker Series HERE

Tuesday, March 23rd – 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Married Saints – presenter:  Karen Seaborn

This will be presented in the AFF House.  The number in attendance will be determined by the COVID restrictions at that time.  It will also be recorded on the parish FaceBook Live page. www.facebook.com/ssppccwaterloo

 

When we think of saints, we often think of the many beautiful men and women who have chosen celibacy as their life vocation. Certainly many of our canonized saints are popes, bishops, priests, religious sisters, martyrs, and mystics. Yet our church also canonizes married men and women, who, like many of us, had careers and raised a family. Some are even canonized together as a married couple.  Join us and learn about some of these already canonized saints and some who are in the process of canonization even today.

 

Bio:  Karen and her husband, Scott, have been SSPPCC parishioners for sixteen years. They have spent the past 27 years serving in marriage ministries, including Worldwide Marriage Encounter. You may recognize Karen as our former Pastoral Associate for Adult Faith Formation.  Karen is nearing completion of her Doctor of Ministry thesis on the importance of married couples as preachers of the gospel of Christ’s love to each other and the world.   Our church’s married saints can be a model for all married couples.

St. Andrew Dinner

The Vocations Office is excited to launch a new initiative in promoting opportunities for young men to learn more about the priesthood.  The events are known as St. Andrew Dinners and they give young men of high school and college age, along with their parents, a chance to gather with Bishop McGovern, Vocation Director Father Nick Junker, and some of the parish priests for a low-key evening of supper and conversation about priesthood.  

"I think it is important for us to offer opportunities for young men (along with their parents) to hear more about what it's like to be a priest, what goes into the decision to pursue the seminary or religious life, and what are the skills you need to develop in order to hear God's voice," said Bishop McGovern.  "Both young men and their parents have many good questions that they would like answered as they consider the future."

If you are interested in attending one of the St. Andrew Dinners, or have any questions, please contact Father Junker at [email protected] or call him at 618.722.5035. 

Parish Celebration!

Our parish community and surrounding parishes joined in celebrating the gifts of Fr. Sebastian and Angela Atkinson as well as welcoming Fr. Evaristus to the parish. This celebration was an opportunity to see the bountiful blessing of this community. The gifts of time, talent and treasure were shared by all. Thank you again for everyone involved in making this day a success! 

 

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