Home Blessing

The Easter Season is a traditional time for the blessing of homes. With the Holy Water given to you at the Easter Masses, gather your family and bless your Home. If you didn’t get a bottle, they are still available at each church.

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Join Our Parish

Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church has a very rich history that dates back to the year 1850, when Archbishop John Baptist Purcell founded a new parish. Our desire as a parish is to continue to minister to the local community and to shine as a welcoming beacon for all.

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First Friday Devotion to the Sacred Heart

Friday, June 2 is First Friday and everyone is invited to OLSH for devotions to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass starts at 6:30 pm, followed by Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and devotional prayers. The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered during this time. The evening concludes at 8:00 pm with prayers of consecration to the Sacred Heart and Benediction.

Sts. Peter & Paul has a Holy Hour from 6:00-8:00 pm, Wednesday June 21. The Sacrament of Penance is also offered.

Advisory Councils

The Pastoral Parish Council is the consultative body of dedicated parishioners of Sts. Peter and Paul Parish representing the total Parish community in its work of reflection, decision-making, and evaluation of policies and programs that affect the people in their worship of God, in Christian education, in living the Gospel values of peace, justice and love, in personal contacts that allow the parishioners to grow more fully human and Christian and in providing the material needs for these purposes.

Parish Pastoral Council

The purpose of the Pastoral Parish Council is to assist the pastor in the pastoral care of the parish. The council is only an advisory body. It advises and offers its opinion. It does not have legislative or decisive power. The governing of the parish is, by law, in the hands of the pastor.

Finance Committee

A consultative body established  to advise and assist the pastor and the Parish Pastoral Council in matters pertaining to financial affairs of the parish including but not limited to preparation of a budget, review of financial reports and making recommendations concerning the viability of large item maintenance and project expenditures.  Membership is by appointment by the pastor and limited to active members of the parish.  The relationship between the pastor and the committee is one of support and collaboration.  The authority of the pastor, as defined by Canon Law, to act on behalf of the parish, is not changed by the establishment of this committee.

Building and Grounds Committee

To advise the pastor, finance council and facilities manager regarding the maintenance of parish properties and to study the necessity and/or advisability of certain building projects.

Worship Commission

The SPP’s Worship Commission, in collaboration with the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s Worship Office, assists the parish in matters of liturgical renewal, guidance, and direction by providing ongoing liturgical formation. The Commission serves by informing pastoral ministers of official directives, modifications and changes to the liturgy and coordination of programs.