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Bulletin & Events

Sunday, May 28, 2023

† Faith Formation †

Director:  Amanda Page
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  • Congratulations: Tyson Mortimer, Mason Woinarowicz, (Father Ilango),
    Kenny Johnson (Braden Narlock)

  • Gracious and Loving God, We ask, now, for your almighty hand to be
    upon our graduates as they and their families celebrate this grand milestone.
    May they find comfort from our parish community's continued embrace and support as they journey through life.

  • KC Scholarship Recipients:  Tyson Mortimer and Kenny Johnson

  • June 12-15            

    • Vacation Bible School

SS. Peter and Paul will be serving the Warren Area Food Shelf for the month of June.  Volunteers are needed each Tuesday from 4:45 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. to help with food distribution.  Volunteers may sign up at the back of the church.  Any questions, please contact Kristi Pederson at 745-6256.  Thank you so much for volunteering your time!

The Altar Society has an assortment of graduation cards, along with birthday, get well, sympathy and anniversary cards for sale for $.50 each on a stand in the library.  Pick out which cards you may want, pay in the office or put the appropriate amount of money in an envelope marked “CARDS” and put it under the office door.

Diocesan Annual Appeal:  SS. Peter and Paul in Warren has a DAA goal of $13,852.

Thirty-four donors have offered $9,810 leaving a DAA deficit of $4,042. We are at 70.82%

of our parish goal. If you are able, please contribute to the 2023 DAA by going to or dropping a check for the DAA in the parish offertory basket.

We will make sure your gift gets to the Diocese of Crookston Pastoral Center. As of 5/11/23, 94.33% of the Annual goal of $925,000 has been met. Thank you to all the faithful who have made early gifts to the DAA!

May 28, 2023:  Pentecost Sunday

“To each is given the manifestation of the Spirit for the common good.” 1 CORINTHIANS 12:7

To receive the gifts of the Holy Spirit you must open your heart and invite Him in!  Ask the Holy Spirit to guide your thoughts, words and actions every day!  Be grateful for all the gifts God has given you!  Regardless of our individual circumstances, God has given all of us many blessings.  What we do with those gifts is our gift back to God!  By generously sharing everything we have and everything we are, we become more “God-centered” and less “self-centered” and our lives truly reflect God’s light, love and mercy.


  • Tuesday 3:00 to 8:30 pm

Blessing of Homes

Father Ilango would love to visit your home and bless it with the newly blessed holy water from the Easter Vigil.  Please sign up on the sheet in the entrance and Father will call you to set up a time.

Pocket Change Collection for the Rectory Mortgage

Special collection the first Sunday of every month

to put towards the rectory mortgage. 

Past donations:  $34,091.88; 

5-14-2023 Collection:  $10.00;   Total:  $34,101.88

Current Total due on Mortgage:  $34,259.50

Fellowship after Mass

There is a sign-up sheet on the cart in the entrance.  You can serve as an individual family or get together with a couple of other families.  We look forward to fellowship once again, but it will take all of us working together to make this happen.  We thank those who have already served!

Calvary Cemetery Rules and Regulations—2023

  • Grave decorations may be placed on gravesites.  They shall be placed within one week before Memorial Day, and shall be removed no later than Flag Day, June 14th.  Decorations remaining after June 14th will be removed and destroyed by cemetery personnel.

  • Cemetery personnel are not responsible for decorations placed on gravesites.

What is Pentecost and why do we celebrate it?

Why it really matters. Pentecost is a special day of worship. The feast marks the end of the Easter season for Christians and commemorates the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the early followers of Jesus. The Church of God, which began on Pentecost which we read about in Acts 2 is given the mission of preaching the Good News of the Kingdom of God.

Pentecost is also a Jewish holiday, which the Jews use to celebrate the end of Passover. Jews celebrate the gift of the law to Moses at Mt. Sinai on this day. But we, as Catholics celebrate the birth of our Church.

At Pentecost, the Apostles and their followers were gathered in a room. Jews from all over the world were gathered with Peter, the leader of the Apostles and the Eleven. At this time, a great wind blew and a flame appeared as a tongue of fire, which split itself into many individual flames above the heads of all those present. The Holy Spirit came upon these people and each began to speak in tongues. Despite the fact many had no common language, they were perfectly able to understand one another.

The symbols of Pentecost are the flame, wind, and the dove, which represents the Holy Spirit. The color of Pentecost is red and the priest wears red vestments on this day. Parishioners are also invited to wear red on this day. Red decorations as well as celebrations are appropriate, similar to any other birthday. Special prayers are often said just for Pentecost.

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