Click to read this weekend’s bulletin: 25 September 2022 Bulletin
This fall we will be participating in Box of Joy, a Christmas gift ministry organized by local Catholic schools, parishes and groups nationwide. By packing Boxes of Joy with toys and other gifts, our parish family will bless children suffering from extreme poverty by sharing the joy of Christmas and planting seeds of hope through the Gospel. We encourage every student and parishioner to pack a Box of Joy!
This year, we have set a goal to bless 150 impoverished children!
Materials are available now! To reserve a box please email: maria.barontini@
There is a small cost to transport each Box of Joy from our community to the receiving child (please write the $9 check to Cross Catholic Outreach, not the school or parish). No cash accepted and all envelopes with shipping payment need to handed to Maria Barontini NOT placed inside the box as in previous years. Boxes will be collected starting 23 October-4 November. Please turn in boxes no later than 4 November.
Please turn your boxes into Maria Barontini in the parish office. For more information check out boxofjoy.org
Click to read this weekend’s bulletin: 18 September 2022 Bulletin
Kinnara, a nationally renowned professional choral ensemble, will perform Joby Talbot’s “Path of Miracles” at Prince of Peace at 8p on Saturday, 17 September. A talk hosted by Michael Sandifer will begin at 7p in Croghan Hall about pilgrimage and the Camino.
Directed by J.D. Burnett, the Director of Choral Activities at the University of Texas at Austin, Kinnara has been praised as “luxurious, lush, and verdant” (New York Classical Review), and “breathtakingly beautiful” (Atlanta Journal Constitution).
Joby Talbot’s “Path of Miracles,” composed in 2005, is among the most celebrated classical works of the past two decades. It depicts the path of a pilgrim on the Camino de Santiago, the famed pilgrimage routes to the Cathedral and Shrine of St. James in Compostela, Spain, which stretch many hundreds of miles and draw over 200,000 pilgrims each year. Composed for a cappella choir, the roughly one hour work showcases the diversity and grandeur of modern choral composition.
Click to read this week’s bulletin: 11 September 2022 Bulletin