MOST HOLY ROSARY
The month of October each year is dedicated to the Most Holy Rosary. This is primarily due to the fact that the liturgical feast of Our Lady of the Rosary is celebrated annually on October 7th. It was instituted to honour the Blessed Virgin Mary in gratitude for the protection that she gives the Church in answer to the praying of the Rosary by the faithful. In this month of October, let us consider this beautiful prayer of the Rosary as a means that we too can use in order to draw closer to Jesus and Mary by meditating on the great mysteries of our salvation. I encourage you to pray the rosary everyday with your family for the church and peace of the world.
God bless, Fr. Jozef.
ST PETER’S REGULAR MASS SCHEDULE
Tuesday: NOON Mass 11:30am Confession
Wednesday: NOON Mass 11:30am Confession
Thursday: NOON Mass 11:30am Confession
Friday: 6 - 7 pm Adoration
7:00pm Mass 6:00pm Confession
Saturday: NO MASS
Sunday: 10:30am & 7:00pm
This schedule may change weekly, please contact St. Peter’s
to confirm times at 250.753.3570
currently has no onsite Spiritual Care employee, there is no notification at this time of Catholic patients to the Catholic Hospital Chaplain (Fr. Thomas). This means that if you know of someone in the hospital who would like to receive Holy Communion or even a prayerful visit, it is imperative that you let your parish office know. They will then contact Father Thomas, the Catholic Hospital Chaplain for visits and he will further communicate to the outreach Eucharistic volunteers. For the past few months we have been notified of very few Catholic patients in the hospital and we would like to make sure patients don't miss the opportunity of Holy Communion at a time when they may need it the most.
Are you aware we have some wonderful reading materials,
both for adults and children,
for you to borrow,
they are located in room 214.
If you are involved in Parish Ministries there are a wide variety of
resources available for you located in the back office, room #203.
Please remember to sign out and bring back.
SATURDAY MASS: BACK ROW RESERVED
for congregation members who are unable to physically make it to the altar for communion.
Eucharistic Ministers will bring communion to people in the back row,
which will be reserved for those who find it difficult to stand and wait in line.
For those of you who are able bodied, please refrain from sitting in the reserved row.
Thank you for your cooperation.