Posted by Cynthia Granger on 7/24/21
Posted by Cynthia Granger on 7/16/21
Have you ever tried to answer questions from non-Catholic friends, but found yourself floundering for the right words? If you’re like most Catholics, you yourself may wonder why we believe what we say we believe and why we do what we do.
Fear not, dear ones, you can find ... Read More »
Posted by Cynthia Granger on 6/18/21
We're seeing fewer facemasks wherever we go. Restaurants are seeing more customers. Roadways are seeing more beachbound enthusiasts. We at Ss. Peter and Paul the Apostles Catholic Church are seeing growing numbers of parishioners in our pews every week! Thanks be to God!
As we all resume more "normal" activities ... Read More »
Posted by Cynthia Granger on 6/04/21
Posted by Cynthia Granger on 5/27/21
So, we’re back to attending Mass as normal in our parish, Ss. Peter and Paul the Apostles.
Even so, please be prudent and considerate of others in attendance. Here are a few suggestions to help us all remain coronavirus-free: Use our hands-free holy water dispensers, available at all doors; ... Read More »
Posted by Cynthia Granger on 1/19/21
This blog post was written by Jan Schuster, one of the founding members of the Catholic Women's Bible Study (CWBS). Jan is a parishioner at Ss. Peter and Paul the Apostles.
Whether you are brand new to this wonderful sisterhood of believers, or have been with us many years, ... Read More »
Posted by Cynthia Granger on 1/05/21
Covid 19 has changed everything in our lives, right?
When Mass and parish activities were first suspended, it left us all asking, “how do we keep informed when we can’t be at Church hearing announcements and picking up the printed bulletin?”
We hope we are fulfilling your need for ... Read More »
Posted by Cynthia Granger on 10/02/20
Updates, updates, updates! We're a busy parish!
If you've taken a look at the Ss. Peter & Paul the Apostles Parish website, you know it changes often, reflecting lots of ways our Parishioners are staying busy building the Kingdom even though the Covid pandemic has changed how we do things.
Hundreds are still heading to Mass daily or on Sundays, keeping their masks on and using hand sanitizer -- basically respecting the health of our fellow ... Read More »