Sunday, August 18, 2019
2700 East Fourth Street, Greenville, North Carolina 27858-1712
Parish Office: 252.757.3259
Monday-Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Bookkeeper : Carmen Bradley
Secretary : Jennifer Loesner
Director of Music : Michael Vetrano
R.C.I.A. Coordinator : Scott & Melanie Curtis
YFF & Sacramental Prep : Anne Vamos
High School Youth Minister : Kurt Garner
Middle School Youth Minister : Attila Vamos
Stewardship & Advancement : Susan Jones
Facility Director : Steve Moore
Pastoral Council Chair : Jay Oswald
Finance Council Chair : John Farley
SPCS Advisory Council Chair : Alicia Delamere
CELEBRATION OF THE MASS Saturday Vigil: 5:00 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am, 10:30 am, 12:10 pm, and 5:00 pm
Daily Mass: Monday - Thursday 8:00 am
Friday and Saturday 9:00 am
Holy Days: 9:00 am, 12:10 am, and 6:30 pm
Morning Prayer: 15 minutes before morning Mass
Holy Family Perpetual Adoration Chapel Adorers are with Our Lord 24 hours, 7 days a week
Outdoor Stations of the Cross 24 hours, 7 days a week
Parish Founded 1884 ~ Present Church Built 1991
Sacrament of Penance
Saturday 9:30 am and 4:00- 4:30 pm or upon request.
Sacrament of Matrimony
Contact the Parish Office. The couple must speak with a parish priest
at least six months before the wedding.
Sacrament of Baptism
Masses or privately as requested by the parents. One parent must be a
practicing Catholic. Baptismal preparation program is required.
Anointing of the Sick
Please contact the Parish Office
Hospital or Home Bound Visits
Call Parish Office to schedule a visit.
Please register as soon as possible It is required for enrollment in
Faith Formation, Sacramental Prep, and Sponsorship Certification.
Religious Articles store located beside Parish Hall.
Hours are before and after weekend Masses.
SAINT PETER CATHOLIC SCHOOL (PK3-8)
2606 East Fifth Street, Greenville, NC 27858
School Office: 252.752.3529
Interim Assistant Principal: Mrs. Joan Alexander
Diocese of Raleigh
Pastor : Rev. Jim Buchholz
Parochial Vicar : Rev. Ian Van Heusen
Deacon : Art Schneider
SAINT PETER ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Readings of the Week, Mass Intentions, Parish Activities, and Offertory
Collection Electronic Giving Total
August 4: $13,470.25 $ 1,468.00 $14,938.25
August 11: $ 10,095.92 $ $
August 18: $ $ $
August 25: $ $ $
August Offertory Total: $25,034.17
August Offertory Goal: $79,696.00
JPII Catholic High School (8/4) ….... $ 1,670.18
Saint Peter Catholic School (8/11)... $ 2,394.54
For the Poor (8/18) …...........….…... $
Mission Co-op (8/25) ………...….... $
This Week’s Second Collection (8/18): For The Poor
Next Week’s Second Collection (8/25): Mission Co-op
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Sunday, August 18
10:45 am Children's Liturgy
Monday, August 19
7:00 - 8:30 pm Handbell Choir
7:00 - 8:00 pm Respect Life Ministry
Tuesday, August 20
Noon - 1:30 PM St Vincent DePaul
Wednesday, August 21
Thursday, August 22
9:00 am Creative Fellowship Meeting
Friday, August 23
Saturday, August 24
9:30 am & 4-4:30 pm Reconciliation
Sunday, August 25
10:45 am Children's Liturgy
11:30 am International Rosary
6:00 pm Farewell Party in the SLC for
Karen & Fernando DeUrquidi
Readings for the Week of August 18, 2019
Monday: Jgs 2:11-19/Ps 106:34-35, 36-37, 39-40, 43ab and 44/Mt 19:16-22 Tuesday: Memorial of St. Bernard, Abbot & Dr of the Church Jgs 6:11-24a/Ps 85:9, 11-12, 13-14/Mt 19:23-30 Wednesday: Memorial of St. Pius X, Pope Jgs 9:6-15/Ps 21:2-3, 4-5, 6-7/Mt 20:1-16 Thursday: Memorial of the Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Jgs 11:29-39a/Ps 40:5, 7-8a, 8b-9, 10/Mt 22:1-14 Friday: Ru 1:1, 3-6, 14b-16, 22/Ps 146:5-6ab, 6c-7, 8-9a, 9bc-10/Mt 22:34-40 Saturday: Feast of St. Bartholomew, Apostle Rv 21:9b-14/Ps 145:10-11, 12-13, 17-18/Jn 1:45-51 Sunday: Is 66:18-21/Ps 117:1, 2/Heb 12:5-7, 11-13/Lk 13:22-30
Monday August 19
8:00 am ~ Ann Colantuono, RIP
Tuesday August 20
8:00 am ~ Lucien Baron, RIP
Wednesday August 21
8:00 am ~ Christopher Diaz-Cobo, RIP
Thursday August 22
8:00 am ~ Carl Twarog, RIP
Friday August 23
9:00 am ~ Vocations
Saturday August 24
9:00 am ~ Rita Lohman
5:00 pm ~ Alex Laughinghouse, RIP
Sunday August 25
8:00 am ~ Christopher Diaz-Cobo, RIP
10:30 am ~ Ed Adams, RIP
12:10 pm ~ For The People
5:00 pm ~ Alex Laughinghouse, RIP
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Reverence is the pole on which the
world turns. — Johann Wolfgang
Saints of the Week and Scripture
GOSPEL MEDITATION - ENCOURAGE DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF SCRIPTURE
The Prince of Peace wants to set the world on fire? This Sunday's Gospel can sound more intense than what we
may be accustomed to. It's a passage of contradictions. Jesus so clearly prays for unity, yet here he speaks of
division. Why would our God who comes as an offering of love speak so frankly about causing relationships to be
The sobering truth is that Jesus is divisive. We see this throughout the Gospels, as the Pharisees critique him, the
Romans condemn him, and not everyone in the crowd is enthusiastic about his words. Jesus has not come for the
purpose of dividing, but what he does is so radical that it upends the status quo. And it doesn't end with his
preaching and miracles! "There is a baptism with which I must be baptized." Jesus isn't talking about his baptism
at the Jordan River, which has already occurred, but the passing through the waters of death on the Cross and rising again to new
life in the resurrection. This is divisive stuff! Christ's spiritual fire turned the "fathers" - the Jewish people and Pharisees - against the
"sons" - the common people. Not everyone wants the Gospel Jesus is preaching. Not everyone wants to be set on fire with the desire
to love others. Some prefer to put on a warm sweater and curl up in front of the TV.
In living and loving as Jesus did, we, too, might ruffle some feathers. In disciplining our teenage child for sneaking out, we may cause
some division (temporarily, we hope!). In standing up to gossip and the spread of cruel rumors in our workplace, we might cause
division. In emphasizing the dignity of both the desperate mother and the unborn child, we might cause division. Not everyone
wants the Gospel Jesus is preaching. Not everyone wants the Gospel we are invited to live. But that's no excuse not to live it.
Memorial of Saint Bernard, Abbot & Doctor of the Church
Saint Bernard was born into a noble family in 1090 at Fontaines in eastern France. Saint Bernard studied literature and sacred scripture with the canons at Châtillon-sur-Seine. When he was 23, he and 30 young nobles entered the monastery of Cîteaux, the monastery from which sprang the Cistercian Order. Three years later he was sent to found the monastery of Clairvaux. Saint Bernard became very influential. He served as secretary to the Synod of Troyes (1128), supported Innocent II in his struggle with a rival papal claimant, and urged the condemnations of teachings of Abelard at the Council of Sens (1140) and of Gilbert de la Porrée at Reims (1148). His monastery at
Clarivaux attracted many new members; from it monks were sent to Portugal, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Sweden, England, and Ireland to establish new Cistercian communities. He was a brilliant writer, who knew the Bible extremely well. He had a great devotion to Mary. Bernard was canonized in 1174 by Pope Alexander III and declared a Doctor of the Church in 1830 by Pope Pius VIII.
Memorial of Saint Pius X, Pope
Saint Pius X was born to a peasant family in 1835 in northern Italy. At 23, he was ordained and became a chaplain. Regular promotions followed: in 1875, he became episcopal chancellor of Treviso and spiritual director of the diocesan seminary; in 1884, Bishop of Mantua; and, in 1893, Patriarch of Venice. When he was elected pope in 1903, he adopted the motto, ‘Instaurare omnia in Christo’ or ‘To renew all things in Christ.’ His papacy achieved many things: a restructuring of the Roman Curia, revised guidelines for priestly formation, work toward a revision of
the Code of Canon Law, a catechism, liturgical reforms, encouragement of frequent communion, and the establishment of Biblical Institute in Rome. Saint Pius X was intransigent in shunning “modernist” theology and biblical scholarship, and resisted, not always with diplomatic finesse, efforts by nations to interfere in the life of the Church. He was canonized in 1954 by Pope Pius XII.
The Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Although this feast was introduced only in recent times, Mary is depicted in Christian art as a queen already in the
sixth century. In two well-known twelfth-century hymns, Mary is saluted: “Hail, O Queen, mother of mercy” and
“Hail, Queen of the heavens.” The Christian imagination sees Mary assumed into the royal court of heaven. Her
Son joyously greets her. She is welcomed by choirs of angels and a crowd of saints. In filial love Christ crowns Our Lady as Queen of
Heaven and Earth. Through her faith and charity, she became the Mother of the Savior (Luke 2). She, the New Eve, crushes the head
of the serpent (Gen 3:15). On her head is a crown of twelve stars (Rev12:1), and from this exalted position, Our Heavenly Mother aids
the Church by her prayers of love and mercy.
Feast of Saint Bartholomew, Apostle
Today marks the Feast of Saint Bartholomew, Apostle. St. Bartholomew, whose name means ‘son of Talmay,’ is
listed as one of Jesus’ twelve disciples. He is mentioned sixth in the Gospel’s of Saints Matthew, Mark, and Luke
and seventh in Acts. In Saints John’s Gospel, Nathanael is listed where Saint Bartholomew’s name is in other three
lists. Therefore, as there is no central narrative about Saint Bartholomew; some scholars believe he may be
Nathanael. Nathanael shows a prescient faith, when he opens his heart and professes that Jesus is the Son of
God. As Benedict XVI stated, by his profession Nathanael took, “…an important first step on the journey… to
Jesus.” Also, in Nathanael’s proclamation, we hear a reference to the hypostatic union: Jesus’ divinity as the Son of God and Jesus’
humanity as the King of Israel. We are reminded to honor both of these aspects of Christ as we grow in relationship with Him.
April Rodriquez, Laurie Buczak, Mary Bossack, Mike Isabel, Michael Finegan, Gene Molnar, Karl Mim, Debra Rose, David Acevedo, John Mitchell, Ralph
Mazzei, Bob LaGesse, Kevin Hewett, Tony Jannetti, Terry Bradley, Alessandria Tucker, Jim Wagner, Frank Rogers, Jim Hughes, Lolita Harbit, Teresa Maley, Letha Alexander, Nancy Simmons, Don Silvers, Dan Blair, Anthony (Tony) Gribble, Isolean Biggs, Tom Martin, Jackie Tucci, Donald Octigan and Bob Saieed
Names will be kept on list for 30 days. If you want it to remain, contact Parish Office
FORMED PICK of the WEEK
The Bible and the Virgin Mary
Episode 7: The Promised Mother
Why Is Mary Queen Mother?
Learn the biblical roots of this often
-contested Catholic doctrine. See
how Mary’s queenship is alluded to
in the New Testament and
foreshadowed in the Old.
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Pray for Our Parish's Service Members
Shawn Marcus Oliveira, US Navy
MAJ Andrew D'Antoni, US Army
PO2 Thomas Vincent Bartz, US Navy
Lt. Aspen Doran, US Army
LCpl Donovan Armendariz, US Marines
Sgt. Mary Baker, US Army
Lt. Jacob Doran, US Army
LCpl Connor Gagnon, US Marines
Do you have a family member currently serving in the military? We would like to add them to our list. Please submit their name, rank, and branch of service to: [email protected]
5 minutes of prayer to reach out to those discerning the Priesthood or Religious Life
How does it work? Before the Mass ends, Father will call you up to receive the Chalice box. It contains a Chalice, prayers, Rosary, picture of
the Seminarians, and instructions. You keep it for one week and return it the next weekend.
www.saintpetercatholicchurch.org Click: SignupGenius
In Our Prayers
If we are all meant to be united in Christ, why is there so much division in the Church? Answer: Each Sunday, we profess that we believe in
"one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church." The Church is
indeed one because her source is the Trinity, and she is
founded by Christ. The Church also exists in the fallen world and is
made up of fallen people. Sometimes, there are tensions over what
we believe as Catholics. Who is Jesus really? Are we affected by
original sin? How do our traditional sexual ethics play out amidst
medical and technological developments? Doctrinal disagreements
are rarely just about ideas... they occur within a context.
Tensions are influenced by various social and political factors of the
time period. For example, Martin Luther's attempts at reform gained
followers, in part, as a reaction against poor moral practices within
the Catholic Church. When the schism between the Eastern Ortho-
dox Church and the Catholic Church occurred in 1028, tensions be-
tween the two culturally different regions had been brewing for centu-
Division still occurs within the bounds of the Church today. Often-
times, this is about pastoral or practical matters. These questions
can vary. Should we incorporate Latin back into the liturgy? What is
the best way to reach the youth in our parish? These may not be
articles of faith, but people have strong opinions about what ought to
be done. We can remember the prayer of Christ - "that all might be
one" - and do what we can to grow in understanding and respectful
54 DAYS that will SHAKE the country and the world!
YOU can be a part of it right here at Saint Peter.
A special 54 days Novena of Rosaries for Our Country,
starting on August 15,
The Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary Our Mother and ending on October 7th, the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. Three Novenas of Petition and three Nove-nas of Thanksgiving.
“When people say the Rosary together, it is far more formidable to the devil, than one said privately. Because in this public prayer, it is an army that is attacking him. He can often overcome the prayer of an individual, but if this prayer is joined to other Christians, the devil has much more trouble in getting the best of it.” - St Louis de Montfort. This Novena is for the healing and protection of our country. For more information google "54 day Novena for our nation 2019". You can sign up for daily readings/prayers. Please join in to help our country.
LIVE THE LITURGY - INSPIRATION FOR THE WEEK
Our baptismal rite instructs the parents and godparents of the newly baptized children, "May they keep the flame of faith alive in their hearts." Faith has often been associated with fire. While fire can be useful and welcomed as a source of light and warmth, it can also be devastating and destructive. The
Gospel is very much like this. On the one hand, Jesus speaks of healing, liberty, mercy, and forgiveness. On the other, he challenges the secular mindset and ideology, risks opposition, and pushes people out of their comfort zones. We are more attracted to things that make us feel better about ourselves. Equipped with the flame of faith, are we willing to see the bigger picture and risk popularity and self-preservation in favor of the kingdom of God?
A Senior's Prayer
Good and gracious God, I thank you for the gift of life. You have
given me so many good things over its course: health of mind and
body, friends and family, strengths and weaknesses, sorrows and
joys. You have ordained that seasons change and time passes.
Help me to surrender graciously to the changing circumstances of
my life. Help me to accept my weaknesses, and to see them as
opportunities for others to show the love of Jesus. Make me strong
in Your spirit, that I may love You all the days of my life. Amen.
Bishop’s Annual Appeal
$124,674 Parish Goal
WE DID IT! With 452 families participating so
far, we have raised $125,574 (2018 ~ 527 families participated)
If we continue to stay go over our goal, our parish will receive a rebate!
Our Parish Ministries benefit from this Appeal
If 300 additional families each contributed $100, we can
do our part in assuring the programs meet their needs.
Thank you for all who have contributed already and for
those who will do so soon. ~ Father Jim
The Divine Mercy Message and Devotion Monday at 6:30 pm in the Church
Come join us to learn more about Divine Mercy and pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet. God loves us – all of us. He wants us to recognize that His mercy is greater than our sins, so that we will call upon Him with trust, receive His mercy, and let it flow through us to others. Thus, all will come to share His joy. Contact Joanne Dunn at 252-756-1945 or email [email protected] for more information.
R.C.I.A. and Our Lord
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
JESUS CHRIST GOD
awaits your commitment to HIM.
One committed hour a week. Any hour of the
168 hours HE gives you each week.
COULD YOU NOT WATCH ONE HOUR WITH ME?
Hours with no committed adorer:
Sunday: Midnight-1, 1-2, 4-5 a.m.; 1-2 p.m.
Monday: 2-3, 3-4, 5-6,11-Noon
Wednesday: 1-2 a.m.; 1-2 p.m.
Thursday: 7-8 a.m.; 11-Midnight
Saturday: 1-2, 2-3 a.m.; 4-5, 11-12 p.m.
Contact: Jim/Martha Coyne 321-6046
Vernon/Joanne Dunn 321-5896/355-3628
Classes and Retreats
Why should I care about RCIA?
Because it “takes place within the community
of the faithful” (RCIA no. 4). The Church
exists in order to evangelize! We pray
everyone will have a chance to encounter the
men and women going through RCIA this year.
Do you or does someone you love want to become
Catholic? Please join us at the Inquiry Meeting!
Wednesday, August 28th at 7pm upstairs in the SLC ~ room 200
Call Scott or Melanie with questions at: 252-702-5832 or
252-702-7837 or the church office 252-757-3259 ext.
220 Email us at [email protected]
You can find and like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/StPeterRCIA
Faith & Fertility: Made in the Image of God
Saturday, September 21st, 12:30 - 4:50pm
Through insights of St. John Paul II’s “Theology of the Body” we
will explore what it means to be men and women created in God’s
image and likeness, expressed in a very special way by the gift of
our sexuality. We will also receive an introduction to the various
methods of Natural Family Planning (NFP) and learn how to find
an NFP teacher. This workshop is for both single persons and
$10/person; $15/couple includes materials & refreshments.
Childcare is available.
RSVP by September 14th to Joan Mansfield,
252-364-2194 or [email protected]
October 13 The Feast of the 6th Apparition of
Our Blessed Mother at Fatima and the day of
The Miracle of the Sun
4:00 p.m. Eastern Time ROSARY ACROSS THE COUNTRY and
AROUND THE WORLD.
Saint Peter is a host site for the Rosary
Search for Rosary Coast to Coast for
additional information about the Novenas
Don't sit on the sidelines
Your prayers are needed.
Stewardship of Time, Talent, and Treasure
Altar Servers, Lectors, Ushers, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
Please use SignUpGenius scheduler. Go to:
Click the Quick Link to access SignupGenuis (or access link through the email that was sent to you)
If you do not have a computer, call the parish office. 252.757.3259
Altar Servers Needed ASAP open to ALL Saint Peter Parishioners 4th Grade and through Adulthood*
*(some requirements apply)
Call or email the parish office at:252.757.3259 or [email protected]
Let’s encourage the youth of our parish to participate. (YFF, MSYM, HSYM, College Youth)
Troop and Pack 826
Dear Parishioners and friends of the Boy Scout Troop and Cub Scout Pack chartered with Saint Peter Catholic Church.
The Troop and Pack is looking for a new home for our equipment currently housed at the Parsons property. All other avenues have been exhausted.
We need your help. If you or someone you know has land on which a 1000 sq. ft structure (approximately the size of a five (5) car garage) could be built, or an outbuilding not currently in use which can serve for this function please call/text Dee Goliwas at: 252-382-0590 to discuss your proposals, ideas, referrals etc. Access to electricity and water hookup is a PLUS.
Does your child enjoy singing?
our parish youth choir, Joyful Noise, begins re-
hearsing September 4.
Membership is included grades two through five
(teens are also welcome!) and meets Wednesday afternoons
from four to four forty- five in the music room. We sing one Satur-
day a month and on special occasions. For more information,
contact Michael at:
Our Cantor program is always looking for new singers!
Must be able to read music, and sing with good diction, clarity, audibility, and accurate pitch. Vocal training a plus, but not necessary.
For more information, contact Michael at: [email protected] Or text/ call 252-917-4021
Cantate Choir rehearsals begin
Wednesday September 4
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. A mixed SATB choir, we sing a variety of styles
of sacred music throughout the ages. Open to high school
and up. Contact Michael at [email protected], text
or call 252-917-4021 for more information.
Mission Co-op Appeal ~ August 25
Next weekend, a missionary
priest from the Diocese of
Gumaca, Quezon (Philippines)
will be making the mission
The Diocese of Gumaca is located in the province
of Quezon in the Philippines. The proceeds of the
appeal will go to the Diocesan Evangelization Fund,
which is in charge of organizing and forming Basic
Ecclesial Communities and training of lay leaders,
to the on-going formation, and in some cases the
hospitalization, of priests and to several pastoral
Rev. Fr. Reynie O. Paraon has been a priest for 20
years. He is currently the Diocesan Financial
Administrator, a post he has held for 12 years
True Prosperity "Sell your possessions and give.... For where
your treasure is, there your heart will also be."
In Luke 12:16-21, Jesus told a story about a rich
farmer who hoarded his grain, accumulating his wealth for his own
pleasure. This is the world's way to handle money. However,
Jesus pointed out that the formula for true blessing is very different,
and it's summed up with one word--- GIVE.
This may not make much sense. How can a person gain by giving
away what he or she has? But in the Lord's eyes giving is the key
to true prosperity. This is because giving declares our dependence
upon God as our only true Source. The person who greedily
hoards wealth almost always sees his stockpile as his security.
The open-handed person must instead trust in the Lord.
Giving is also the key to blessing because being generous reflects
God's character. Our heavenly Father is lavish toward us--- always
providing what we truly need, even at great cost to Himself
(Romans 8:32). When we give of our time, money, or love, we are
providing a living example of His wonderful love to others. So give.
Show that Christ is your true treasure. Minister to others lavishly.
And trust that God will provide you with true prosperity (Luke
"Jesus, help me to be generous so others will believe in You.
St. Peter Handbell Ringers
Help us to ring in the Fall by joining the
Handbell Choir. Anyone (Teens – Adults)
who can read music is welcomed. We
rehearse Monday evenings from 7:00 – 8:30
pm in the Music Room. If interested & for more
information, please contact Mary Muzzarelli @ 758-5621.
Gift Cards available before/after Masses on:
Saturday, August 24 5:00 pm ~ Team 5: Carmen Bradley &
Sunday, August 25
8:00 am ~ Team 2: Virginia & Stan Kossel
10:30 am ~ Team 15: Pat & Lars Larson
Before 12:10 pm ~ Team 16: Patty McNally
The Turn Over a New Leaf Book Club has chosen for our summer read:
The Seven Big Myths About the Catholic Church
by Dr. Christopher Kaczor
Date for discussion will be sometime in September. More Information will follow. All are welcomed.
Call Margie or Mark Dellasega at 252.916.4393 for more information
Host Family Needed for International Student
JPII is looking for a family to host an international student from China starting in mid-August.
The monthly host family allowance is $800
If you or someone you know would be interested in hosting this student or future international students who
will be attending JPII, please contact: Director of Admissions Doug Smith at:
[email protected] or 252-321-2132.
Join us for our next meeting on
Monday, August 19th, 7:00pm, SLC upstairs.
The Respect Life Ministry strives to help Catholics understand, value and become engaged with cultivating respect for life. Our meetings include prayer,
fellowship, learning and action.
All are welcome. Contact Joan Mansfield 252-364-2194
Submissions for the bulletin are to be sent via email to: [email protected]
They are due no later than noon the prior Sunday.
Deadline can be sooner due to holidays. Please include all details and dates of desired posting. However, the bulletin editor and church office staff will edit for content and space.
Please join us as St. Peter Parish honors
Karen and Fernando DeUrquidi and
The Surrender Band
Sunday, August 25th
after the 5pm Mass ~ SLC
Please bring a heavy hors d'oeuvre or dessert to share.
Karen, Fernando and the band, will be playing their last
Mass on August 25th after years of giving of their
spirituality, time and talent all to honor Jesus during our
Sunday evening Masses. We are so grateful for their
dedication to music ministry at St. Peter.
They have served us well!
Please come and show them some love as they begin a
new life journey in Charlotte, NC.
JPII High School
Come to the KICK-OFF for
Youth Faith Formation
Middle & High School Ministries
Sunday September 15th
To register for faith formation, sacramental preparation, or youth ministry, go online to:
Together in Education:
Remember to re-register your
Harris Teeter VIC card to benefit
St Peter Catholic School. Registration is required annually.
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