“JUST” Men

Saturday mornings, 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. Adult Faith Formation House Join this growing group of men who meet weekly for prayer, formation and conversation on what it means to live their Catholic faith.  Men of all ages welcome!  Come as often or as little as your schedule permits.  No need to call ahead, but if[…]

Life Chain Stand up for Human Life!

Please join other Christians on Sunday, October 2, and be part of the annual Life Chain in Millstadt. This is a peaceful hour of silent prayer for our country, while holding signs along major roads across the U.S. Especially in this election year we need to PRAY, and stand up for the millions of unborn[…]

You Did It for Me

Conflict continues to plague Afghanistan, forcing many people away from their homes and children away from their schools. But thanks to Catholic Relief Services and the Afghan Ministry of Education, more than 23,000 children are being given the opportunity to find solace through engaging workshops and activities as a way to deal with trauma and[…]

From the Parish Administrator Father Osang Idagbo, C.M.

We are currently in discussion with St. Augustine of Canterbury Catholic Church, Hecker, IL, regarding a possible partnership between Ss. Peter and Paul and St. Augustine.  St. Augustine Catholic Church is currently partnered with St. John the Baptist in Smithton, and St. Michael, Paderborn. This would imply more collaboration between both parishes. During our parish[…]

Holy Name Society Corner

August ticket winners: $1,000               D-26 – Sandy Griffin $100                   B-6 – Paul Wright $50                    J-82 – Mike & Sherry Dreps $50                    N-50 – Dave Meehan There was no July meeting so a belated big thanks to all who came out in support of the Parish Picnic. Also, thanks to all[…]

SPPCS Spotlight

On Tuesday, September 13, the students and staff at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic School celebrated Grandparents’ Day. The day began with a special Mass, which included a blessing for grandparents and their grandchildren.  Following Mass, students led their grandparents on classroom tours and visited together.  Teachers and students spent the past few weeks preparing[…]

From the Deacon’s Desk

This week we celebrate the Memorial of Saints Andrew Kim Tae-gŏn, Priest, and Paul Chŏng Ha-sang, and Companions, Martyrs.  The Church honors these Korean martyrs who gave their lives for the Kingdom of God. In 1784, Korean Yi Sung-hun was baptized in China and returned to found the first Christian community in Korea. Between 1791[…]