We hope that Saints Peter & Paul - St. Ursula 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 Sts. Peter & Paul - St. Ursula Parish by completing the online registration form or by visiting us at the Rectory.
This Lent consider providing yourself the opportunity to Unlock the Mysteries of the Bible. This eight part video presentation helps you uncover the story woven throughout Scripture and will help you to understand the key books/events and the Big Picture of the story of salvation history. More Info . . .
On Sunday, March 13th, Rev. Daniel J. Gatti, S.J. will host our Parish Retreat, "Pondering The Real Presence of Christ." The theme of the retreat will be to explore the ways in which science and art inform our Christian faith, and how we might grow in consciousness of God's presence and of our role in building up the Mystical Body of Christ. More information and to register . . .
Seeing the great need for mercy and healing in the world, Pope Francis called for the Year of Mercy—a special period, also known as a Holy Year or Jubilee Year, for the Catholic Church. It is a time for the Church across the world to take time to focus on forgiveness and healing in a special way. Pope Francis has asked us as individuals and as a Church “to be a witness of mercy” by reflecting on and practicing the spiritual and corporal works of mercy.