From the Pastor's Desk:

July 14th, 2024

My Dear Parishioners,

On this Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, we recognize that part of God's plan for salvation is to call individuals to be  spokespersons for God and to send them out on a divine mission.

In the First Reading, Amos, a prophet, is sent to challenge the wealthy and sinful. In the Gospel, Jesus sends His disciples on a missionary activity. 

The readings speak of a two-fold part of being a disciple: election and mission. Those who are true disciplined followers of Jesus realize that they have been chosen. They, like the true prophets of old, have not taken this job on their own. They have a vocation from God. They are called to learn from the Master and then to be sent out on a mission. Yet, it is not just the Twelve who have been called and sent. All the disciples of Jesus (that includes all of us) are part of the Chosen Ones. We have been called by the Lord Jesus. It is not just for our own sake that we have been called. It is for the sake of God and the spread of the Good News. We are all missionaries. Some may be sent to a foreign country, but most of us are sent to the home missions: our immediate families, our workplace, our faith and civil communities. We also must be willing to devote ourselves to the service of those whom God has entrusted to us. We are to be aware that the Holy Spirit is our guide and will give us the words to speak if we are but open to the Spirit's presence in our lives. 

The purpose of all this is to bless God. The Lord Jesus is our Master and Teacher. The Holy Spirit is our guide. God is the reason for our being the best missionaries we can be, so that we can help others find their way and destiny in the Reign of God. 

May you continue to respond to God's call and seek to do what God is asking you to do so that the Good News can be proclaimed to others. 


God Bless You,

Father George, MSFS


Sts. peter & paul Catholic Parish


Fifteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time

Weekend Mass Schedule:

Saturday, July 13, 2024...

                                       SSPP  at 5:00 pm

Sunday, July 14, 2024...

                                        SJA   at 8:15 am

Sunday, July 14, 2024...

                                        SSPP  at 10:15 am       



SSPP Saturdays -4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

SJA —Sundays –7:45 am to 8:15 am

For Any Other Time Needed: Please Call the Office for an Appointment at 715-985-2227.

Eucharistic Revival:

Eucharistic Revival for  

week of July 14th -- 15th Sunday of Ordinary Time

A Minute with Jesus. 

 The Eucharist is called the Memorial of the Lord’s Death and Resurrection

Jesus instructed the apostles at the Last Supper to “do this in memory of Me.” The Eucharist is a memorial, but this means much more than recalling something to mind, or remembering an event from the past. “In Sacred Scripture, the memorial is not merely the recollection of past events.” At Mass, specific events from the life of Christ become present and real so that our lives may be conformed to them. “When the Church

celebrates the Eucharist, She commemorates Christ’s Passover [Jesus passing over from death

to life], and it is made present: the sacrifice of Christ offered once for all on the Cross remains ever present.” So, never forget the true meaning of the word “Memorial.”

Let’s pray this right now and every day this week:

Jesus, please help me prepare beforehand to enter into the Memorial—the making present—of

Your death and resurrection at Mass. 

This week, read how St. Paul describes the Last Supper in

1 Corinthians 11:23-26.

Blessed Carlo Acutis – a Teenage Saint to be:

Pope Francis has recognized a second miracle attributed to the intercession of Carlo Acutis, an

Italian teenager who died in 2006, paving the way for him to be canonized by the Catholic Church. A gamer and computer programmer who loved the Eucharist, he will be the Church’s first millennial saint. For more information on Blessed

Carlo, visit his official website at      

 Catholic Kids for Christ Camp 

at SS Peter & Paul Catholic School:

Wednesday, August 7th....All Day

Thursday, August 8th........All Day

Friday, August 9th..............All Day

SS. Peter & Paul Parish Fall Festival News:

Please pick up your Fall Festival and Mass Of Cash tickets in the back of church by July 15th. If you can help deliver family or friends envelopes that would be appreciated. Sold and unsold tickets can be returned in the church collection or at the Raffle Booth at the Fall Festival. Thank you. Christine Bouzek

The Dates are:

Saturday, August 3rd, 2024

and Sunday, August 4th, 2024. 

ROLL OUT THE BARREL is happily accepting donations for our booth. They may be dropped off at the office at SS Peter & Paul School from July 8th to July 31st, or you can contact either Lisa Guza at 715-530-0590, or Renee Guza at 715-495-6180 for drop off or pick up. Thank you for your generosity!

We are in need of BINGO Workers for Sunday's BINGO under the big tent. Please contact LaVonne & Jim Puchalla at 715-985-3788.

We are looking for a chair-person for this year's "Win Your Wheels" booth.  If you are interested in helping out, please contact Mr. Mike Yapp at 715-533-0549 and/or Mr. Ed Schlesser at 715-797-2946.

The SSPP Dining Room is in need of Waiters and Waitresses for our SSPP Fall Fest. We would appreciate your services in the dining room by contacting: Angie Sylla at 715-797-0375 and Sandi Brandt at 715-797-2364.

We are looking for quilts for the Quilt Raffle this year's Fall Festival. Please contact Julie Pronschinske or the Rectory if you would like to donate a quilt for the quilt booth. Much appreciation!

Fall Festival Dinner Donations of any monetary amounts, and any food items including garden vegetables are appreciated for the Fall Festival Dinner. Also, if any one is interested in donating a case of chicken, please contact the Dinner Chair-persons-Dean & Brenda Suchla at 715-985-3654. They would be happy to hear from you! Don't forget to hand in your $20.00 donation for dinner expenses at the ticket booth. Thank you for your generosity!

We are in need of volunteer helpers for the Fall Festival events. It takes many hands of generous people to make things happen and have our Fall Festival to be successful. Thank you for your consideration and help! Middle school and High school students can earn their service hours by helping out at the Fall Festival.

Everyone loves to win a cake....

The Sucker Spree-Cake Walk is in need of more beautiful cakes for this event. If you donated cakes for the past  Fall Festival's please consider a cake or two this year as a donation toward this booth. PLAIN Angel Food cakes are appreciated toward this donation. Thanks! The Klimek's


on Saturday, August 3rd and Sunday, August 4th to make this Fall Festival successful! Please consider donating your time and talents!! It's a fun time for all ages!!!


Reminder: Planned Giving – Leaving a Legacy, Wills, Bequests and Endowments: 

We have inherited such treasures from our parents, grandparents and great-grandparents, those whose shoulders we stand on today. Now it is our turn to make sure future generations can enjoy the reverence and beauty of a well-maintained parish. Leveraging the Capital Campaign and providing parishioners with information on Endowments, Trusts and Bequests are just a few ways a parish can help prepare for its future.  Please let us know if you would like more information at 715-985-2227.

mass and reconciliation


Tuesday: 4:30 pm

Friday:  9:00 am 

Sunday:  8:15 am



Tuesday:  8:30 am

Wednesday:  8:30 am

Thursday: 8:30 am

Friday: 7:00 am

Saturday:  4:00 pm (5:00 pm During Daylight Saving Time)

Sunday:  10:15 am


St. John's: Sunday  7:45 - 8:15 am

Sts. Peter & Paul: Saturday 3:00pm –4:00 pm

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