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30th Sunday of Ordinary Time Weekly Bulletin/Boletín Semana del 25 de Octubre 2020
Sts Peter and Paul St Joseph St Mary Sts. Peter & Paul Church  Fiscal Year, June ’19-June ’20 Assets Parish Operations Account: As of June 30, 2020: $6,672.65   Investments: Mixed Portfolios with  Edward Jones, Baldwin Scholarship Fund As of June 30, 2019           $113,803.50 As of June 30, 2020           $106,335.25 $5,000 was withdrawn for Parroquial School Subsidies.   Parish Fund As of June 30, 2019       &n...

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29th Sunday of Ordinary Time Weekly Bulletin/Boletín Semana del 18 de Octubre 2020
Sts Peter and Paul St Joseph St Mary Guidelines for Attending Sunday Mass Those who are sick or symptomatic must stay home. At Saints. Peter & Paul Church, a maximum of 70 people can gather at each of our two Sunday Masses. Face masks are mandated. Maintain a 6 ft. radius of distance from all those who are not in the same household.  A large basket will be placed in the middle of the center aisle for your offerings.  People should make sure to leave little by little, maintaining social distance. Sunday Masses! ...

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28th Sunday of Ordinary Time Weekly Bulletin/Boletín Semana del 11 de Octubre 2020
Sts Peter and Paul St Joseph St Mary Guidelines for Attending Sunday Mass Those who are sick or symptomatic must stay home. At Saints. Peter & Paul Church, a maximum of 70 people can gather at each of our two Sunday Masses. Face masks are mandated. Maintain a 6 ft. radius of distance from all those who are not in the same household.  A large basket will be placed in the middle of the center aisle for your offerings.  People should make sure to leave little by little, maintaining social distance. Sunday Masses! ...

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27th Sunday of Ordinary Time Weekly Bulletin/Boletín Semana del 4 de Octubre 2020
Sts Peter and Paul St Joseph St Mary Guidelines for Attending Sunday Mass Those who are sick or symptomatic must stay home. At Saints. Peter & Paul Church, a maximum of 70 people can gather at each of our two Sunday Masses. Face masks are mandated. Maintain a 6 ft. radius of distance from all those who are not in the same household.  A large basket will be placed in the middle of the center aisle for your offerings.  People should make sure to leave little by little, maintaining social distance. Sunday Masses! ...

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26th Sunday of Ordinary Time Weekly Bulletin/Boletín Semana del 27 de Septiembre 2020
Sts Peter and Paul St Joseph St Mary Guidelines for Attending Sunday Mass Those who are sick or symptomatic must stay home. At Saints. Peter & Paul Church, a maximum of 70 people can gather at each of our two Sunday Masses. Face masks are mandated. Maintain a 6 ft. radius of distance from all those who are not in the same household.  A large basket will be placed in the middle of the center aisle for your offerings.  People should make sure to leave little by little, maintaining social distance. Sunday Masses! ...

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2020 Annual Catholic Appeal One Faith, One Family
Many thanks to those of you who have already made your pledge or gift.  For us to achieve our overall goal, it will require the personal sacrifice of all members of our parish.  If you have not yet responded to the appeal, please set aside a moment to consider prayerfully a gift that reflect your blessings.  Your gift, no matter how big or small, will help enable the diocese to provide essential pastoral, educational and humanitarian needs to many.  Pledge envelopes are near the front door of the church or you may donate directly online through the Dioce...

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The Cluster in the News

Posted on January 09, 2020 in: Cluster News

The Day of New London wrote up a very nice piece on our Three Kings Celebration on the Feast of the Epiphany. The article can be viewed at: https://www.theday.com/article/20200105/NWS01/200109716

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Project Rachel

Posted on January 24, 2019 in: Cluster News

Are you grieving from an Abortion? Trust in the mercy of God’s love. Consider these words from St. John Paul II to those suffering be-cause of abortion: “The church is aware of the many factors which may have influenced your de-cision, and she does not doubt that in many cases it was a painful and even shattering decision. The wound in your heart may not yet have healed. Cer-tainly what happened was and remains terribly wrong. But do not give in to discouragement and do not lose hope….The Father of mercies is ready to give you His forgiveness and His peace in the Sacrament of Reconciliation. You will com...

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Please, familiarize yourself with our Annual 2018 Raport for Ss. Peter and Paul parish. Clicking with the link below will redirect you to the Raport. Ss. Peter and Paul 2018 Annual Raport

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The Annual Report - St. Joseph 2018

Posted on January 19, 2019 in: St. Joseph

Please, familiarize yourself with our Annual 2018 Raport for St. Joseph parish. Clicking with the link below will redirect you to the Raport. St. Joseph 2018 Annual Raport

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Please, familiarize yourself with our Annual 2018 Raport for St. Mary parish. Clicking with the link below will redirect you to the Raport. St. Mary 2018 Annual Report

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All of us are looking to live the Catholic life as richly and joyfully as we can. There are plenty of us who need a little help, or maybe some “catchup” to come to Catholic practice or to receive the sacraments. We have a way to catch up called the R.C.I.A. (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults). It is flexible and easy to take. What is required is an open heart and open mind, some of your time, and good will. If you want to talk about Catholic practice and the R.C.I.A., contact us at the parish office. We can get you started.  

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Recall that in order to protect your privacy (HIPAA rules), it is no longer a regular practice for healthcare facilities to notify your church or priest that you are in the hospital unless directly instructed to do so by you or your family. Yet we know how important it is for you to have spiritual and sacramental support while hospitalized. Here are some things you can do: Have someone, a family member or friend, to give us call beforehand, so we know when you will be in the hospital. During the admission process, be sure to provide both your religion and the name of your church. If the hospital fails to ask this q...

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