Letter from the Pastor

June 2020

Jun 26

Opening Public Masses

Dear Parishioners As we continue to prepare to have mass “in person” once again, we need your help in two different ways. First, we need people to register for the mass you wish to attend. We encourage you to call the office or send an email to your Office Coordinator: Ana Juguilon (anastpeter@broadstripe.net) at St. Peter. Anne...
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Jun 21

Food Distribution

Dear Families One week from tomorrow we have a wonderful opportunity to distribute food to our neighbors here in South Seattle. Saturday, June 27th we will  have one or two refrigerated trucks parked in our lot to distribute perishable food items (vegetables, fruit, deli meats, dairy products, etc.). We will begin the...
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Jun 16

Churches Open for Private Prayer

Dear Families                 This weekend I announced that the parishes would be open for private prayer and devotion during the week. Fr. Armando, Fr. Alex and I will each be spending a couple of hours in each church building for parishioners to come and pray. If...
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Jun 13

Food Distribution Volunteers needed

Dear Parishioners We are very excited to let you know that we will be hosting a food distribution event coming up on Saturday, June 27th at St. Edward Parish.  We will be working with Catholic Community Services and Pacific Coast Fruit Company by distributing boxes of fresh food and dairy products to those who are most in need during...
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Jun 8

25th Anniversary

Dear parishioners:             This week I will be celebrating my 25th anniversary to the priesthood. I can’t believe how quickly it has flown by. I had intended a few different celebrations to share the moment (one at Assumption in Bellingham, one down here in Seattle...
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Jun 5

Coming Back to Mass

Dear Parishioners As most of you have seen, we are moving closer to reopening the churches for worship “in person!” Obviously you know that things are going to look a lot different. When we start back up we will only be allowed to have 50 people per mass and will have to follow strict procedures to keep us all safe and...
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