Welcome to Sts. Peter & Paul Parish
This Sunday’s Readings:
1 Kings 3: 7-12
Romans 8: 28-30
Matthew 13: 44-52
Vigil Mass: Saturday 5:00 pm
Sunday: 8:00, 9:30, 11:00 & 12:30 pm
Weekdays & Saturdays:
8:00 am & 12:00 noon
8:00 am, 12:00 noon & 7:30 pm
We hope that Saints Peter & Paul Church becomes your spiritual home for years to come. We encourage all to be active participants in our celebrations as we worship and praise our God. Expect the best from this faith community. Expect to connect personally with other believers. Expect to have your spiritual, sacramental and social needs met. Most importantly, expect to grow in your relationship with God.
Of course, we need your help in meeting these expectations. Be open to the Holy Spirit. Be a good steward of your gifts of time, talent and treasure. Get involved. We’re sure you will find many groups and organizations in which to participate. We look forward to getting to know you!
Start the process of becoming a member of Saints Peter & Paul Parish by completing the online registration form or by visiting us at the Rectory.
Parish Summer Social Tea
Sunday, August 17th after the 5:00 Mass
In the Church garden. All are welcome
Click Here for details and registration
Men’s Club Toy Drive
“Christmas In August” Toy Drive
To benefit the children of Blythedale
Children’s Hospital. More info here.
Sts. Peter & Paul Church Men’s Club
4th Annual Golf Outing
Monday, September 15th at 12:00 Noon
Dunwoodie Golf Course, Yonkers
“Making All Things New” is a pastoral planning initiative of the Archdiocese of New York which seeks to address how the archdiocese can best meet the religious, spiritual, and pastoral needs of the people of God now and into the future. As of January, 2014, this initiative has entered a new phase in the planning stage which now focuses on the grouping of parishes into clusters and the role the cluster parishes will play in the future. New Updates . . .
God is everywhere, even on the blog. Each week, join Cardinal Dolan on his blog, “The Gospel in the Digital Age.” Read the Cardinal’s latest blog posts here on a variety of important and timely topics.
Read the homily and meditations of Pope Francis which he
says during the daily Mass celebrated in the chapel of