Our new pastor, Fr. Matt Rotert, will be one of the spiritual leaders for a pilgrimage to Italy on Nov. 7-16, 2018. The tour includes Masses celebrated at special shrines, a Papal audience, and visits to interesting and famous sites. See the trip brochure for full details. Fr. Matt will also hold a short informational meeting after the 11 a.m. Mass this Sunday, July 22, in the narthex.
ALL adult women of the parish are invited to a Ladies’ Happy Hour on Thursday, July 26, 6:30-8:00 p.m. in the narthex. This is casual, come as you are: no meeting, no agenda, no children, just fun. Please bring a libation or a snack to share. Questions? Email Nancy Caccamo, Lori Miller, or Karen Conley. Spread the word!
It has been a busy summer in the food pantry and supplies are critically low. As always, all donations are appreciated but the most needed items are listed here. You can leave donations in the Food Drive barrels located in the church and narthex, or bring them to the Legacy Center. We need: soups, pasta, pasta sauce, canned tomatoes, crackers, peanut butter, jelly, tuna and canned meats, one can meals, and hygiene items. Thank you!
If you are over the age of 21, the Knights need YOU as a bartender for the St. Peter’s Knights of
Columbus KC Irish Fest beer tent. The 2018 Kansas City Irish Fest is Friday, August 31 – Sunday,
September 2 at Crown Center. This year the KCIF includes the Elder’s farewell tour sets and they will be
performing Friday and Sunday nights right next to our space (on the Boulevard Stage)! As in years past,
volunteers will receive a free t-shirt, additional admission ticket and admission the day you volunteer. We
will be in the same location as last year. There is no mandatory training for bartending this year.
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The Deadline to volunteer is August 10.
It’s a great time to clear out your closet of last year’s winter coats and help the Seton Center meet its goal of over 1500 winter coats for their Christmas Sharing Program. Please bring your gently used coats to either the church or Legacy Center during the month of June. All sizes are needed. Questions? Email Dan Needham or call him at 816.877.0300.
Are our records correct? It’s time for us to update our database for the annual Guide Book & Directory with any changes, additions, or deletions that may have occurred in your family over the past year. Addresses, phone numbers, emails–please help us stay in touch with you! Call the parish office at 816.363.2320 with updates, or email parish secretary Mary Pfeifer.
We need adult and student volunteers to help staff the church nursery, which provides care for children kindergarten age and younger during the 9 am and 11 am Masses on Sundays. Each volunteer typically serves only 2 shifts per 4-6 month period. Please email Corinne Wolff if you can help with this ministry. Service hours are available for students.Adult volunteers must have completed Protecting God’s Children training through the diocese.
Children are a precious part of our parish family and are always welcome at Mass. If parents prefer to use the nursery, located in the church basement, it is available during Sunday morning Masses for children up to kindergarten age. ($2 suggested donation). We rely on volunteers so if you use the nursery, please try to find a time when you can also volunteer. There is a signup sheet in the nursery.
You’re invited to enjoy a continental breakfast while you learn more about St. Anthony’s Senior Living, the new retirement community in Brookside at Troost and 68th Street. Join us Thursday, June 7, in the narthex following the 8:15 am Mass. Please RSVP to 816.768.8770.
During the month of June, the school office hours will be Monday-Thursday, 9 am-1 pm. The office is closed for the month of July but the administration will be checking emails. Beginning next week, the parish office will be open Monday-Thursday, 8 am-5 pm and closed on Fridays through July. The parish office will also be closed on Monday, June 4 for a staff retreat.
The Knights of Brush Creek are a group that take breakfast every Sunday morning, rain or shine, to homeless men and women who take shelter along Brush Creek? Please consider donating summertime items for them, such as new socks, sunscreen, new lightweight hats or visors. The Venturing Crew will put together small care packages and the Knights will deliver them to those in need. Baskets will be in the back of Church through out the month of June.