Bring Christ’s Care to Hurting People— Become a Stephen Minister! Do you have gifts of compassion? Are you a good listener?
To find our more about becoming a Stephen Minister at St. Peter’s Catholic Church, call one of our Stephen Leaders. We will be starting our next class soon!
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Domingo, 26 de noviembre de 2017
BIENVENIDOS - ¡Damos la bienvenida a todos los que nos visitan! Si desea inscribirse en la Parroquia de San Pedro, favor de solicitar una hoja de inscripción al concluir la Misa.
POSADAS DE ADVIENTO EN SU HOGAR – ¡Ya estamos preparando el calendario de posadas! Si usted desea ser anfitrión de alguna posada de Adviento en su hogar durante el mes de diciembre, favor indicárnoslo después de Misa. Contacto: Nicolás Paz.
APÚNTESE PARA ACOMPAÑA
Thank You, Thank You, THANK YOU!!!
The turkeys for Thanksgiving are done!
We had some incredible Volunteers donate their time over the last several days. The Volunteers were certainly the model of efficiency.
Just what did we do? Well ... In the span of 5 days, 96 turkeys were cooked and deboned. That is 1850.4 lbs of raw turkey, yielding roughly 610lbs of deboned turkey, giving us over 2,400 4oz servings
We actually had a large number of Volunteers help with the
Inviting Senior Singles (Single, Widowed, and Divorced) to join us at the 1801 Grill, 700 Lincoln on Thursday, November 16 at 6:00 PM.
This is an opportunity for older parishioners who are single, widowed, or divorced to gather and enjoy an evening of friendship, laughter, and excellent food. There is a section for the group, so if you plan to attend, please let us know. We are in the planning stages of creating a calendar of spiritual, social, and community activities which
Are you expecting? Prepare before your bundle of joy arrives! Do you have a child you wish to have Baptized? Don’t put off having your child receive the Gift of Grace! Join us December 3 at 9:00 a.m. in Neglia Hall.
At this session is for parents and Godparents we will explore the meaning of the sacrament and familiarize you with how the Baptism is celebrated. Both parents are asked to be present at the Baptism Prep. However, if for some valid reason one parent cannot atten
To all of St. Peter's ladies who provided sandwiches for the Columbia Council for Internationals (CCFI) at USC on Friday, November 3. About 150 students were served by the volunteers.
The group effort was provided for by Odesse Brinkman, Amy Ditolla, Kathy Danko, Kathleen Fowlkes, Betty Hines, Barbara Remack, Beverly Swaim, Peggy Thompson and from St. Joseph’s Gertie Bernasconi.
Many thanks to all !
Co-Chairmen: Sarah Jur & Mary Callahan
As is tradition during Advent Season, special penance services are held to give everyone the chance to take part in the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Make sure to avail yourself of this magnificent gift of mercy from Our Lord!
All Penance services start at 7:00 P.M., with the exception of Our Lady of the Lake and Our Lady of Perpetual Help, which start at 6:30 P.M. Monday, Dec. 4th Our Lady of the Hills (Spanish confessions available) Tuesday, Dec. 5th St. Martin de Porres
November 9, 2017 Dear Parishioners and Friends of Saint Peter’s: As most of you are aware, last February, the Bishop of Charleston by decree amalgamated Good Shepherd Catholic Church and Saint Peter’s by an extinctive union. What this means is that the former ceased to exist as a juridic person and we became the owner and responsible party for all that happened there.
Last week I wrote a letter to all the attendees of Good Shepherd announcing its closure at the end of Novem
Each year during Advent and Lent, Saint Peter's offers people the chance to spend time in Adoration of Our Lord!
People are invited to simply 'be present' as the Blessed Sacrament is enthroned in a monstrance, allowing all to see Jesus' Real Presence in the Eucharist.
Take advantage of this extraordinary opportunity and sign up for a slot during Adoration to be present with Our Lord. Make it part of your preparation for Christmas. Advent is a short season this year, and b
Father Linsky invites you to read the letter he sent last week to attendees of Good Shepherd Chapel announcing its final Mass and closure on Sunday, November 26th, the Solemnity of Christ the King. As he indicates, Father Ladkau recently ended his ministry at Good Shepherd. His departure and the very bad state of the Parish House and to a lesser extent, the chapel, makes continued use a serious safety concern.
The good news, however, is that the properties are being tran