Sunday's Live Stream is back and better than ever for Next Weekend (March 29)! A special thanks to those who helped us solve the technical issues we faced this past weekend on Facebook Live. We are looking forward to next weekend's broadcast of our Sunday 10:30 Mass (March 29) with more clarity and without interruption! Thank you for your faithful support as we creatively and boldly adapt our Ministries to serve our community during these challenging times.
Parish Office Update
Out of an abundance of caution for your health and that of our Office Staff, Parish Office activity and access will be extremely limited, during the current coronavirus pandemic. Please rely primarily upon emailing or calling the Parish Office for all inquiries or arrangements for Mass Intentions/Cards, Sacramental Certificates, Letters of Suitability, etc.
Arrangements will be made for either the mailing or limited drop off/pickup of documents.
Substantial information is available here, on the Parish website, which is a good ‘first stop’ for many inquiries, as well as for the latest updates re: the ongoing effect on our Mass Schedules, Religious Ed, and other Parish activities.
Thank you for understanding the limitations that are necessary during this challenging time. God Bless You.
Mass Intentions at Our Parish
Especially during this time when so many are affected by the coronavirus pandemic, the gift of having Masses celebrated for individual intentions or for an appropriate cause, is ever more necessary and spiritually valuable than ever before!
We continue to accept Mass Intentions for scheduled Masses on the Calendar throughout the year. You can also receive a Mass Card to send to the person or family for whom you have subscribed the Mass. The usual requested donation is $10. Anyone having difficulty making any offering, especially during these difficult times, will never be turned away. Contact Stephanie Panzariello or call 201.659.2276 to schedule your Mass Intention.
Please be aware that, since the last public Mass celebrated in our Church on March 17, Monsignor Andreano celebrates private Mass every Day to satisfy those Mass Intentions already on the Calendar. He will continue to do so each Day, and will accept and satisfy any new Intentions that are received. Please consider the gift of having Masses celebrated during these challenging times.
MIKE DUFFY CORNER
Mike and his wife, Angie, joined SPP about 7 years ago when they first moved to Hoboken. Since joining the Parish, they have been active in a number of ministries including the RCIA and Pre-Cana Programs. In addition, Mike participates in the Archdiocesan Prison Ministry Program where he has also helped lead RCIA at Northern State Prison. Mike also writes a monthly column for the SPP bulletin centered on navigating the Catholic faith in today's world.
Click here to enjoy his very thoughtful, practical, and thought-provoking pieces.
This Little Light
March 7, 2020
Our vibrant Music Ministry seeks to serve the spiritual needs of people in our community. Whether by singing in the pews with those around you or by sharing your talents in one of our ensembles, all are invited to participate in our Music Ministry at Saints Peter and Paul.
The primary focus of the Religious Education aspect of the Faith Formation Program is the formation in our Catholic Faith, of those children and young adults preparing to receive the Sacraments of Reconciliation, First Holy Communion, and Confirmation.
There are many ways to lend your time and service towards one of our Parish Ministries. Consider becoming a lector or usher at Mass, joining the choir, or teaching as a catechist in our Religious Education program. There is a place for you at Saints Peter and Paul!
Enroll in Faith Direct
Creating an account is simple. You can enroll online or by mail, so you can give to your church in a way that works best for you.
Give to any collection offered by your church; choose your credit/ debit card or a bank account for payment. Schedule monthly recurring gifts or make a onetime gift anytime.
Parish Code: NJ627