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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
The Parish Council has an opening and is accepting nominations for a new board members. If you would like to nominate someone or if you want to be considered for the Parish Council board please contact Father Osang or Nathan Higgerson. The School Board has openings and is now accepting nominations for new board members. […]
This Sunday is Divine Mercy Sunday. The Sunday after Easter was proclaimed Divine Mercy Sunday for the universal Church by Pope John Paul II during the canonization of Sr. Faustina (April 30, 2000). This feast was already being celebrated in Poland and in the Vatican. This feast of Divine Mercy is an invitation trust in[…]
His Excellency, Bishop Braxton, will celebrate a Mass on Sunday, June 4, at 1:00 p.m., at the Cathedral of St. Peter honoring all married couples who are celebrating major anniversaries in 2017. Major anniversaries are 25, 30, 40, 50, and 60 and all years over 60. Please submit names and addresses to the Parish Office[…]
Recently Tom Smith, of the Karla Smith Foundation in Belleville, offered the very enlightening and helpful three session series From Isolation to Community here at our parish. He has also offered to follow up with this program by training several facilitators and helping us start a support group here if there is enough interest. If[…]
Ss. Peter and Paul Speaker Series: “Four Styles of Relationship and how we can Move from Style to Style”
“Four Styles of Relationship and how we can Move from Style to Style” Speaker: Father Don Blaes Tuesday, April 25 / 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Adult Faith Formation House Father Don Blaes’ background includes Catholic priest and pastor, high school counselor, principal of two Catholic High Schools, and college professor. Join us as Father Blaes[…]
Triple Lakes Golf Club 6942 Triple Lakes Rd, Millstadt 12:30 p.m. – Check-in 1:00 p.m. – Lunch 1:30 p.m. – Shotgun start Awards dinner at conclusion of event Entry fee – $320 per team or $80 per person Prizes for the closest to the pin and longest drive Dinner and beverages provided A portion[…]
Friday, April 21 at 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Adult Faith Formation House Deacon Tom and Dawn will host this feature length film RISEN, the story of the Resurrection, as told through the eyes of a non-believer. Clavius (Joseph Fiennes), a powerful Roman military tribune, and his aide, Lucius (Tom Felton), are tasked with solving[…]
A very Happy Easter to you all. Sing alleluia, the Lord is risen! He is risen indeed, alleluia. I would like to welcome you all to our celebration especially those that are visiting with us today, our college students who are home for vacation, and our newest members. May the Risen Lord be your joy[…]
Have you seen any butterflies this Spring? Did you know butterflies are cold-blooded and can’t produce their own heat? They must absorb heat from their environment in order to fly. That’s why you will often see them resting with outstretched wings, soaking up the sunshine for warmth and energy. We are sort of like butterflies[…]
Blessings to all of you on this joyous Easter Sunday. Hopefully, your Lenten journey brought you through Holy Week and the Paschal Triduum, the high point of the entire liturgical year, with some renewed/refreshed perspectives. My Lenten journey with Dynamic Catholic’s Best Lent Ever, Bishop Robert Barron’s daily Gospel reflections, as well as my prayer,[…]