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  • Fiesta Time ! Photo by Maylin
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Welcome

MASSES  AT  SS PETER &  PAUL:  Sat.  4 PM Vigil  and  Sun. 9 AM;  6:00 pm Tuesday; and  8:30 AM  Wednesday,  Thursday, Friday. No Mon. Mass

MASSES AT OLOPH in Wyalusing:  Sat. 6 PM Vigil and  Sun. 11 AM; and  12 Noon Wednesday & Friday; and     No Mass on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday.

               This Website is under Re-Construction and some pages remain incomplete at this time.  Please contact the office with any urgent questions or concerns.  

                    

Contact Us

Saints Peter and Paul Church Rectory

106 3rd St.
Towanda, Pennsylvania 18848
Map  •   Directions
Phone 570-265-2113
Fax 570-265-2114

Regular Schedule

Office Hours

  • 9:30 am to 3:30 pm

    Monday through Thursday

                         

Regular Schedule

Office Hours

  • 9:30 am to 3:30 pm

    Monday through Thursday

                         

Announcements

  • Urgent Need for Altar Servers

    Especially for the weekend Masses.  You may choose your preferred day / time; you will be trained by Bob Brenner.  Parents. please consider this special ministry for your children:  girls and boys who have received First Communion are eligible.  More information from Bob Brenner 570-637-0520, who will be training the servers.

  • Sept. 23: Deadline for Women's retreat Oct. 1

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  • Sept. 23-25: Up & Over Retreat for Middle School Students

    Students going into 7-9th grades this school year are welcome to join us at Camp Orchard Hill for a weekend of fun, faith, and new friends!

    Up & Over is a peer-facilitted retreat that is designed to give participants the skills necessary to get "up and over" the challenges they may face.  Time outdoors, meeting new friends, and learning how your God-given gifts can be used when you work with others as a team!  Opportunities for Mass and Reconciliation;  Fun activities and events, including a movie, free time, and an outdoor obstacle course. 

    More information at Dioceseofscranton.org.

  • Oct. 1: One Day Retreat for Women, St. Mary's in Wyalusing

    Fr. Pio Mandato and Sister Theresa May will lead this event. The themes are: The Word was made flesh and dwelt among us (John 1:4) and The Lord Jesus comes to us in his Holy Mother Mary; The Holy Eucharist and the Holy Virgin (Jesus and Mary are the center of being disciples of the Lord), and we reflect on being loving and living disciples of the Lord Jesus and His mother. Father and Sister will explore what this means for women in particular.

    There will be time of prayer, and fellowship with other women; morning Mass; opportunity for Sacramental Confession; Eucharistic adoration followed by a Healing Service with St. Padre Pio’s glove. Plan to arrive at 8:30 am to prepare for 9 am Mass; lunch is included; a free will offering will be accepted. The day concludes at 2 pm.

    1. Pio Mandato, FMHJ is a Franciscan priest living as a missionary hermit; born in Italy, he received First Communion from (St.) Padre Pio before coming to the USA. Ordained a Capuchin in 1985, he has lived 20 years a life of prayer as a hermit in solitude, at times going forth to preach.

    Sister Theresa May (Capuchin Sisters of Nazareth) from Brooklyn entered Franciscan Missionaries of the Infant Jesus in 1969. After formation in Italy, she returned to the U.S. to teach. The Capuchin Sisters of Nazareth is a apostolic contemplative community devoted to prayer and poverty, currently located in Tunkannock. Sept. 23 is the deadline to register: call OLOPH office at 570-746-1006.

     

  • Oct. 2: Life Chain at Bradford Courthouse 2:00-3:30 PM rain or shine

    Life Chain is a peaceful and prayerful, public witness of pro-life Americans standing for 60-90 minutes, praying for our nation and for an end to abortion.  It is a visual statement of solidarity by the Christian community that abortion kills children and that the Church supports the sanctity of Human Life from the moment of conception to natural death.

    Signs will be provided.  Bring the family; water, lawn chair, umbrella.  Please do not park in front of an open business.

    Join thousands of pro-lifers throughout the USA--be a light in a darkened world as you pray.

    Athens:  2-3:30 pm across from Wendy's in front of UPS store.

    Canton:  2-3 pm:  Main St.

    Dushore 2-3 pm:  Main Street

    Meshoppen: 2-3 pm   Route 6, Meshoppen

    Nichols NY 2-3 PM  West River Rd at NY 17 Exit

    Wyalusing 2-3 PM Route 6 in front of St. Mary's

    Owego NY 2-3 pm  Courthouse Square 

  • Oct 8: Catholic Men's Conference

    “Be A Catholic Man” 2022 Event The 7th annual Catholic Men’s Conference, is planned for Saturday, October 8, 2022, at Holy Redeemer Hight School, 159 S. Pennsylvania Blvd, Wilkes-Barre. From 8 am to 3 pm. Registration details will soon be available, so mark your calendar now, and watch for further information about registration later on.

     

  • Oct. 13-16: Cursillo for Women

    Watch for further details.

  • Oct. 15: Rosary Rally

    at Bradford County Courthouse

    Watch for updates for time

  • Synod Report Now Available

    For six months, people throughout our diocese responded to Pope Francis’ call to the Synod on Synodality by sharing their hopes, concerns and dreams for the Catholic Church. Some participated at listening sessions, and many others through an online survey. Through this participation, many themes began to emerge.

    Our Diocesan Synthesis Report representing these themes has been submitted to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, and is also available for general review. To learn more and to review the synthesis report, please visit the Synod on Synodality page on our diocesan website, www.dioceseofscranton.org.

     

  • 2021-2023 SYNOD OF BISHOPS

    Let the Church hear your voice.

    Instructions included in bulletin for Dec. 5, 2021, pages 5-6.

    Paper copies of Synod Survey are in the rear of the church.

  • WHERE IS MY BULLETIN ?

    Bulletins are Back!  in the church each weekend, and are also available on the parish website; just click on "Bulletin" at the top of the home page..

    If you are unable to come to church and want to receive a "snail-mailed" paper bulletin, , please notify the office stppp@yahoo.com or call 570-265-2113.

    Thank you !

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