We are excited to announce an upcoming series on living a faith-filled life, to be presented in our parish by Mr. Brian O'Neel, author of "39 Saints You Should Know" and "Saint Why? 39 Holy Unknowns".
Mr. O'Neel has appeared several times on EWTN and is a regular guest on both the Relevant Radio and EWTN Global Satellite radio networks. A writer and editor who lives in the Philadelphia area, he and his wife are the proud parents of six children.
The outline of themes for this special Year of Faith Mission is:
"St. Peter: A Man of Courage and Model of Faith" - Monday, October 28
"Holy Helpers: Saintly Inspiration for Today's Christian" - Tuesday, October 29
"Be Not Afraid: The Church and the New Evangelization" - Wednesday, October 30
Each evening a Holy Hour will be held at 6 p.m. followed by Mass at 7 p.m.
The special presentations will follow Mass.
All are welcome! For more information, please contact our parish office.
“Today, dear brothers and sisters, I wish to
make add my voice to the cry which rises up with increasing anguish from every
part of the world, from every people, from the heart of each person, from the
one great family which is humanity: it is the cry for peace!....” (Pope Francis, Sunday Angelus on September 1, 2013)
Pope Francis has proclaimed that Saturday, September 7, the vigil of the birth of Mary, Queen
of Peace, is to be for the whole Church a day of fasting and prayer for peace in Syria, the Middle
East, and throughout the world.
You are invited to
A Prayer Vigil for Peace
at St. Peter’s Church, 615
this Saturday, September 7,
Eucharistic Adoration from 7 p.m. until Midnight.
8 p.m. Praise and Worship
9 p.m. Scriptural Rosary
10 p.m. Reading of
All are welcome.Stay as long as you want.
Spread the word.Pray for peace.
“Peace is a
precious gift, which must be promoted and protected.”
On Saturday, September 7, 2013, at 5 p.m. at St. Patrick's Cathedral, Andre Nicol of St. Andrew's Parish, Larry Kurec of Our Lady Queen of Poland Parish, and Stephan Bilynskyy of St. Agnes Parish will be ordained to the permanent diaconate. Natalia Bilynskyy will also be mandated in the Diocesan Ministry of Service at this Mass. Everyone in welcome to attend. Please remember these men and their families in your prayers as they assume this new ministry for the Church.