Burying the dead is one of the corporal works of mercy, and we carry out this ministry with solemn obligation to provide hope in eternal life and to give comfort to those who mourn.
”For if we live, we live to the Lord, and if we die, we die to the Lord. So then, whether we live or whether we die, we are the Lord’s.Romans14:8
Parish prayers are led by a Priest or Deacon, or another minister, at Visitation hours at the funeral home.
A rosary is offered by parish groups that the deceased was affiliated with.
Saints Peter and Paul Cemetary
Contact the parish office, to purchase or for information on cemetery plots, mausoleum crypts, or niches. In order to receive parish benefits, you will need to be a registered parishioner.
Mass Intentions can also be offered throughout the year for the deceased to honor anniversaries of death or other significant occasions for remembrance (the number of masses is restricted by the availability of masses and numbers of other intentions). Please see receptionist in the Parish Office to schedule mass intentions.
Annual Mass of Remembrance
An Annual Mass of Remembrance is celebrated on or near All Souls Day each November to gather all family members who lost a loved one through the calendar year.