SPPCS welcomed the new year with a super week jam-packed with lots of excitement! Our week began with Meet the Teacher Night on Monday, followed by the first day of school and the Boo Hoo-Yahoo Parent Breakfast, and ending with our annual outdoor Mass in the grass at the SPPCS ball fields. The students were all smiles as they reunited[…]
The SVdP Society is hosting the UCC Community Dinner on Monday, September 14. Anyone that would like to donate food or volunteer for this wonderfulcommunity program, please contact Aimee Range at (618)334-0525 or email@example.com for details.
At the August meeting, the ladies agreed to: Donate $75 for hole sponsorship at the SPPCS Golf Tournament. Renew the Mary & Martha ad in the parish bulletin, at a cost of $341. Purchase BDCCW Convention raffle tickets, at a cost of $20. Donate $50 to the Waterloo Optimist Club for the “Bill is No[…]
In today’s Gospel, we continue the discourse on the bread of life that we started 2 weeks ago; we’ll finish it next week. In the bread of life discourse, Jesus is trying to convince His followers that He is the bread of life, the bread which came down from heaven, true food, and whoever eats[…]
Come out and get some exercise while living out your Catholic faith! What: Life Network Walk/5K Run 2015 When: Saturday, September 19, 2015 Where: Begins and ends at Monroe County Courthouse Time: 5K Run – 9:00 a.m. / 1.8 mile Group Walk – 9:15 a.m. Walk or run as a family (strollers welcome!), as friends,[…]
The SPPS Athletic Booster Club is very excited to announce our Laundry Detergent and Fabric Softener Fundraiser. The sale will run now through August 31. We appreciate your consideration and continued support of the SPPCS Athletic Booster Club. By purchasing these products, you will be directly helping our SPPS athletes. Hopefully it will also be[…]
On Sunday, August 30, after the 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. Masses, in the school cafeteria, we bid a fond farewell to our beloved Deacon Doug. We are asking parishioners for any notes or cards that you would like to give to Deacon Doug, please send them to the Parish Office or drop them in[…]
This Fall we will be studying the book of Job, a vivid testimony to pain, a plea for justice, and discussion on suffering and its causes. Discussion will include questions about the roles that God and humans play in human suffering and how our relationship with God can proceed in the midst of overwhelming anguish.[…]
Friday is the memorial of St Pius X. This caught my eye because I grew up in St. Pius X parish and went to St. Pius X grade school in the St. Louis archdiocese. That parish is now closed but I have many memories of parish life there – sacraments, picnics, parades, youth sports, dances,[…]
The 2015/2016 Adult Faith Formation Opportunities.