Family Promise of NKY

posted Jan 21, 2018, 8:48 AM by Pam Dumaine   [ updated Jan 21, 2018, 8:50 AM ]

Homelessness can seem like an overwhelming problem.  Many people wonder what one person or congregation can do to truly make a difference. 

The Family Promise Interfaith Hospitality Network program provides a way for churches and synagogues to work together to help homeless families.  Each congregation participating in the Network provide overnight lodging and meals for three to five families for one week every 10 to 12 weeks on a rotational basis.

Sts. Peter and Paul will be support church for St. Luke's Lutheran Church but the families will be housed at St. Joseph's old convent in Cold Spring.  This is an important ministry and we are hoping that many of you will be interested in helping.  On Tuesday, Feb. 6th at 7:30 pm, the Women Who Care will hold a training session at their monthly meeting for any men or women interested in volunteering their time for the Family Promise program.  Flyers are available for volunteers to indicate the area in which they are most interested in assisting.  If you have questions, please contact Mary Beth Rust (635-2795), Theresa Bezold (635-8884) or Carla Martin (448-0507).

Catholic 101 - Lenten Series

posted Jan 21, 2018, 8:35 AM by Pam Dumaine   [ updated Jan 21, 2018, 8:36 AM ]

Sister Lynn will once again be presenting a Catholic 101 Series for Lent.  These classes will be based upon the video series The Bible and the Virgin Mary, a dynamic twelve-part video series that beautifully explains the Catholic truths about Our Lady, showing how she has been a part of God's plan to bring salvation to the world since the beginning of time.

In addition to explanations of dogmas, answers to common objections, and demonstrations of Mary's presence in the Old and New Testaments, this study discusses Church-approved Marian apparitions that play an important role in Catholic Tradition.

Four of these video lessons will be presented during Lent - Monday, Feb 26th, Mar 5th, Mar 12th, Mar 19th

There will be handouts at each of these sessions; therefore, if you are interested in attending, it would be helpful if you could please contact Sister Lynn ( or 859-814-9800 to let her know you are interested. 

Sts. Peter & Paul now has a Parish APP !

posted May 22, 2016, 5:51 PM by Pam Dumaine

Our Parish now has an APP for Android or iOS devices called myParish App.  You can download it to your device in several ways:
    1.  Text APP to 88202 to get the link to download.
    2.  Go to the App Store or Google play and search for myparishapp.
    3.  Go to and download

Once you download the APP and open it up, select Sts. Peter & Paul.

The myParishapp puts our Parish Mass times, bulletins and the Parish calendar right at your finger tips.  It also has faith-building resources such as daily Mass readings, daily reflections, confession and prayer time reminders, the submission of prayer requests, Catholic news and much, much more. 

Curious???  Get downloading.......and let everyone know you are not are praying with our new Parish app!

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