St. Peter Newsletter — June 29, 2012

Feast Day of St. Peter and Paul Today is the Feast Day of St. Peter and Paul. St. Peter as we know was the first bishop of Antioch and then moved to Rome. St. Paul was the “apostle born out of due season” which means he was not an original disciple but was called to […]

St. Peter Newsletter – June 22, 2012

We Do What We Can, But When We Do It for Each Other a Lot Gets Done The response to help Yianni and Lucia help pack up their restaurant was good. A lot got done Thursday and they are very appreciative for the help. Those who came could, and it helped lighten Yianni and Lucia’s […]

St. Peter Newsletter — Pentecost

Sunday of Pentecost This Sunday we celebrate the Pentecost — the “50 Days” after the Resurrection of Christ. Pentecost is when the Holy Spirit first came down on the disciples and then on the people. It is the final step of Christ’s salvation for us. To understand this we have to back into the scriptures […]

St. Peter Epistle — Ascension Liturgy at St. Paul’s, Wednesday Eve, May 23, 2012 at 6:30pm

Don't forget that on Wednesday evening, May 23, 2012 we will celebrate the Liturgy of the Ascension of our Lord and Savior Jesus starting at 6:30pm at St. Paul's (get map). This Liturgy official mark the end of the Paschal season (no more "Christos Anesti!" — it sure went fast, didn't it?). Next stop is […]

St. Peter Newsletter – May 1, 2012

Christ is Risen! Here's how we frame the question, at least at first: How do I keep the special feeling I had during Holy Week and Pascha? Here's the question we really should ask: Is the sense I had of being closer to God just something I experience during Holy Week and Pascha? Here's the […]