Mission statement: To enhance the awareness of the Blessed Holy Trinity through evangelization and to deepen our union with our Triune God.

 
 
"For the entire law is fulfulled in keeping this one command: Love your neighbor as youself." Galatians 5:14
SPPPG organizes solemn Night Vigil on
Maundy Thursday
 
Toronto, April 14: Sts.Peter and Paul Prayer Group organized a solemn Night Vigil on Maundy Thursday, April 13, 2017 at St.John Paul II Hall in Mississauga Vigil started at 10.00 pm with the anointed Praise & Worship led by Greta Shu well supported by the Prayer Group Choir led by the Servant Leader Olympio Fernandes.
 
 
During the first half Sr.Nadia Masucci, a renowned preacher, delivered inspiring spiritual talk. Her apt talk focused on the institution and importance of the Holy Eucharist and the Priests.
 
After the break Sr.Mary Cruz, a gifted preacher, in her talk gave the hall packed audience an unique "Upper Room" experience focused on the
Washing of the Feet and the passion and suffering of Christ Jesus to save the whole mankind.
 
The members of the Youth Group enacted a spiritual skit based on the five main characters viz: Judas, Peter, Mary Magdalene, John and Mother Mary that touched every heart of the audience. That followed with the live Stations of the Cross presented by the members of the prayer group helped everyone to ponder on the Passion and Death of Christ Jesus. This soul-elevating program gave everyone a holy preparation for the Good Friday celebration!

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Intercessory meeting on First Friday of the month at 8.10pm to 9.00pm at Sts. Peter & Paul Church 4070 Central Parkway East Mississauga, Ontario - L4Z 1T6

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