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Sunday: 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m.
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Saints Peter and Paul Catholic School provides a quality, Catholic education to families for children in preschool through eighth grade.
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Ss. Peter and Paul Church has been bringing the good news to Waterloo for over 160 years.
As members of Saints Peter & Paul Parish in Waterloo, Illinois, we will strive to become the bearers of God’s Word to each other and to members of our community through faith development at all age levels.
We commit to be an active, welcoming, and giving parish community that will be open to change as needed for growth in our parish.
We will encourage active participation throughout the parish.
We commit to strive to grow in the love of God and to be the best community we can be.
"As we gather here on the Lord’s Day, we will hear once again how we need to lessen our attachment to our possessions. While we can learn to use them to serve God, we must not allow ourselves become slaves to them.
Jesus says, “You cannot serve both God and mammon.” May our prayer today be for the grace to do what God is asking us to do."
REV. OSANG IDAGBO, C.M.
REV. SEBASTIAN UKOH, C.M.
REV. MR. TOM HELFRICH
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APRIL 2018 HOLY NAME SOCIETY CORNER Ticket Winners: $1000: Y77 Lillian Vogt $100: A01 Kevin Kujawa $50: AA32 Donna Watson $50: C85 John Glessner New Members: Matt House Donations: March: $100 for five tickets for the Knights of Columbus gun raffle. March: $500 to the Knights of Columbus for the Ultrasound Initiative. Life network was[…]
If you would like to have your 2018 contributions deducted directly from your checking or savings account, please complete the information on the 2018 Direct Contribution Authorization Form, inserted in this week’s bulletin, and return to the parish office. You may choose any or all of the contributions listed. You may change or discontinue your[…]
Over the past few weeks, students have been heading back to school. Hopefully, it has been a great break for everyone. For our out of town students that were back with us for the summer, it was great to have you with us and we look forward to having you back. Know that all of[…]
In the Gospel last weekend, Peter was chided by Jesus Christ for not having sufficient faith. He was asked why he doubted. This weekend, we are told of a woman of great faith. She came to Jesus on behalf of her daughter, who was being tormented by a demon. Despite his attempts at discouraging her,[…]
Calling all juniors and seniors in high school: TEC (Teens Encounter Christ) weekends: September 2-4, at St. Mary Catholic Church in Mt. Vernon, IL; January 13-15, 2018 at Immaculate Conception in Columbia, IL; or February 17-19, 2018 at Mater Dei High School in Breese, IL. Teens Encounter Christ (TEC) is a three-day Catholic retreat for[…]
We are forming a Teen Choir that will sing on the 3rd Saturday of each month, at the 5:00 p.m. Mass. We need YOU if you are between 12-20 years old, have singing ability, and are willing to share your time and talents. Our first Teen Choir Mass will be Saturday, September 16. We will[…]
When we gather here each Sunday, we know where we will find God: in each other, in the Word proclaimed, in the Blessed Sacrament. Our readings today will challenge us to find God in other places and at other times in our lives. Perhaps as we continue our celebration today, our prayer can be for[…]
Last week as we celebrated the Feast of the Transfiguration, we were reminded, in the Gospel, of the encounter and experience that the disciples had with Jesus. Peter, James, and John, witnessed the Transfiguration. Peter was so enthralled by the experience that he wanted to build three tents; for Jesus, Moses, and Elijah. He did[…]