Updated October 21, 2018 





If you are interested in becoming a member of Saints Peter and Paul Parish, please fill out the information below and place it in the collection basket. We will mail you a registration form with return envelope.

Name:                  Address:                             Phone: 



will be Thursday, November 8. We will leave the church parking lot after 7:30 a.m. Mass. We will drive to Our Lady of Lebanon National Shrine in North Jackson, OH. We will then travel to the Franciscan Friars – Our Lady – Comforter of the Afflicted Shrine in Youngstown, OH and have noon Mass and a brief tour. We will have lunch at the Amish Market and Restaurant in Boardman, OH. There will be optional prayer and reflection at St. Charles Borromeo Church in Boardman, OH. We will have drivers for everyone and there is no charge, but people are responsible for their lunches. People need to RSVP by Monday, November  5  so that the priest  can be notified about the number coming for communion and scheduling drivers. Please call the Rectory to sign-up for this trip or if you have any questions, call Suzanne at 724-544- 0810.


As Christmas is soon approaching, the SALVATION ARMY is reaching out to Saints Peter and Paul for their assistance. Whether it be by sponsoring a child, a family or monetary donations, all help is appreciated. For more information regarding these programs, please call the Salvation  Army at 724-774-8335  or email



Marian Guild  members will be passing out brochures and taking orders after all Masses next weekend, October 27-28. These items  make great Christmas presents for friends and family.








We want to welcome into the Church those who were NEWLY BAPTIZED in the month of September. Please remember them in your prayers:


Parents: Kory and Jaclyn Smithhammer



Parents: Eric and Kylene Rose



Parents: Joshua and Cassandra Johnson



Parents: Joshua and Cassandra Johnson



Parents: Joshua and Cassandra Johnson



Parents: Grant and Jessica Fetrow



This year’s study is The Bible Timeline: The Story of Salvation. We will be starting from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in Keating Hall. The cost for the materials is $25.00/person. Please call the Rectory office at 724-775-4111 to register.




THE FLAME OF LOVE movement is a Catholic Marian movement inspired by the Blessed Virgin Mary for people wishing to participate in the salvation of all humanity under the guidance of our holy Catholic Church. Sts. Peter and Paul is participating in this movement and would like to invite any interested parishioners as well as those from St. Cecilia, Holy Family and St. Felix to join the weekly prayer Cenacles of Reparation. These one hour weekly Cenacles include a teaching, praying the rosary and meditative silence. We will have our first gathering Friday, October 5, at 10:00 a.m. We will meet at Allison Kruczek’s home at 577 Second  Street, Beaver and will be meeting every Friday thereafter. Please contact Allison at or by texting 724-312-4583 for info and questions.




Ladies Night for the Heart (LN4 ) begins a new study called “Walking Towards Eternity” by Jeff Cavins. We will meet on Monday, September 24, from 7:00-8:30 p.m. in Keating Hall. We will gather on the second and fourth Mondays, September thru May. Please join us for fellowship and study. Text Allison Kruczek at 724-312- 4583 or Grace Masterson at 724-312-4088 for more information.


GARDEN MINISTRY UPDATE!  The  Women’s  Shelter is so thankful for the support you have given to them over these past 8 months. Your generosity has been overwhelming. We have just reviewed their current needs. They are beginning to run low on cereals, body wash, and hygiene items (hair products, razors/shaving cream, lotion, deodorants, shampoos/conditioners, slippers, feminine hygiene products, ethnic hair products, robes of any size). You may put any donations in the basket at the back of the church. You may also drop them off at the shelter’s annex office during regular business hours. For further information, please contact Mike Durham at 724-728-  0747, or email him at Thank You.




Make your reservations early for the March for Life 2019 to be held on January 18, 2019 in Washington D.C. The bus will leave Saint Monica’s lot at 6:00 a.m. SHARP. A special travelers Mass will be held at 5:30 a.m. The cost of the bus is $25.00. Metro tickets can also be purchased through St. Monica’s church office. Limited seats available. First come, first served. For information call Janet Pavlinich at 724-846- 7540 x 6.






SOCIAL MINISTRY INCLUDES: Advocates for the Disabled, Care and Concern Ministry, Funeral Ministry/Bereavement Group, Health Ministry, Nursing Home and Homebound Visitations for Holy Eucharist, and Wrapped in Comfort Ministry.


Don’t forget about our “CHEERY CARD MINISTRY”! If you know of anyone who would love a cheery card, please call Joan Doyle at 724-643-8551 or the Rectory office at 724-775-4111. Our Cheery Card Volunteers would love to make you smile with one of their beautiful cards!!


COMMUNION FOR THE HOMEBOUND  –  If  you know someone who would like to receive communion at home,  please contact the Rectory office at 724-775-4111



RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) is for those who have never been baptized, those of another denomination who wish to join the Catholic Faith Community, Catholics who have never been confirmed and Catholics who wish to review the teachings of the Catholic Church. If you know of anyone who may be interested in joining the Catholic Church, please call Nora at the Rectory office – 724-775-4111.


Our Saints Peter and Paul ROSARY MAKERS have placed baskets of Rosary Chaplets that are especially dedicated to praying for those suffering from the effects of addiction in the back of church. Please feel free to take one of these Rosaries. Among the prayers for the Chaplet is this beautiful one:

God of mercy, we praise You in the name of Your Son, Jesus Christ, who ministered to all who came to Him.

Enfold (name) in your mercy and love, for the restoration of freedom which only You can provide. Strengthen (name) in the work of recovery through the ability to resist temptation. Grant patience, understanding, and love that perseveres, to all who care for those with addiction. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.


May 27, 2018


A local disposal box for expired prescriptions or other medications you may no longer need has been placed in the lobby of the Brighton Twp. and Beaver Police Departments providing a safe and proper means for  their disposal. This collection box is being provided by the Beaver Co. District Attorney’s Office as unused medications are often subject to abuse or accidental poisoning and overdoses.


Medications should remain in their original containers. Personal information on the labels should be crossed out, but information about the medication itself should be legible. Gather up those prescription medications, prescription patches, over-the-counter medications, vitamins, medication samples and medications for pets and drop them off for a safe disposal. Open containers of liquids should be completely sealed. (At this time, NO needles, aerosol cans or inhalers are being accepted.)




The parish-based SUBSTANCE ADDICTION MINISTRY (SAM) is a program of the National Catholic Council on Addictions, an affiliate of the U. S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. This ministry, being established in the Diocese of Pittsburgh, is to offer hope, healing and reconciliation to both the afflicted and affected.  “Addiction disconnects people: from self, loved ones, and God.  SAM is a support ministry that helps people face the challenges that accompany addiction.” ( 

             Saints Peter and Paul SAM meets every first Wednesday of the month at 7:30 pm in Keating Hall.

Before the meeting, the Rosary is prayed at 6:30 pm in the church and then Mass is celebrated at 7 pm.


 MANDATED        REPORTER           TRAINING           

The    Diocese   of Pittsburgh requires that all volunteers who come in contact with children attend this three-hour workshop detailing reporting mandates which are a vital part of the Church’s efforts to prevent the abuse of children. A list of live classes or on-line classes can be found online at   If you have any questions, call Nora at 724-775-4111.