German Hamburger Rolls
WOW, that went fast! Bella and her helpers can only make so many so we have to close the ordering to fulfill what was ordered for May 14th. But don't you worry, we hope to do this fundraiser again so you have another chance to order!
Bella felt the love from all the people who reached out expressing their joy knowing that SHE was the cook. Thank you for your orders and support of St. Peter's School, and a HUGE thank you to Bella Adamski!
Sunday Mass Changes
Starting next weekend (May 15 & 16) we will once again be utilizing servers at our Sunday Masses. We will be having one server at each Mass. He/She will need to wear a mask and regularly sanitizing his/her hands during Mass.
We will also be returning to having the Offertory procession. If you and your family are willing to bring forward the gifts, each of you will need to be wearing a mask and will need to sanitize your hands just prior to bringing the gifts forward.
More detail can be found in this week's bulletin.
School Play May 13th
Mark your calendars! St. Peter's students are going to be performing a play in the school gym on Thursday, May 13th, with a 1:00 pm and 6:00 pm show for a live audience! We are so excited to welcome our families and friends into school to show off all of the student's hard work. Masks are required.
Did You Win?
Check the bulletin for the April calendar raffle winners!
Choosing to Love One Another
Love one another. The greatest commandment, the simplest commandment — and if you’ve ever loved anyone, you know it’s also the hardest.
I’m man enough to admit it. I’ve seen one or two of those cheesy Hallmark movies that are especially popular around the holidays. Boy meets Girl. Boy and Girl encounter a catastrophic roadblock to their relationship — they’re coaches of rival high school volleyball teams, or he runs a dog kennel and she works at a feline rescue, so it could never, ever work out, right? But sprinkle a little movie magic over the whole situation and Boy and Girl find what Hallmark tells us is true love.
I could make a list of all the things that are inaccurate about these movies, and something I would put right near the top — maybe even above the sometimes-unbelievable storylines — is the idea that love is a feeling.
See, I’m not sure if it’s accurate to call these movies love stories. Attraction stories, sure. But if you’ve ever forgiven someone who’s hurt you, nursed a dying parent, gotten up for an infant’s night feeding or let your kid have the last piece of cake, you know that real love is a verb. It’s something you do. And it is almost always a choice.
Love one another. How often do we hear this? How often do we think about what it really means? How often do we take a moment to consider the action Jesus is asking us to take and the choice he is asking us to make?
— Tracy Earl Welliver, MTS