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Saints Peter and Paul invites you to celebrate Mass with us.

Throughout the years, this amazing parish has experienced exceptional growth.

Explore our campus and visit our Adoration Chapel, peaceful grotto, excellent school, and our Thrift Store. The beauty of our Catholic faith is depicted in various ways when entering our magnificent church, with its story-telling stained glass windows and artwork.

Monday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED *Closed for Lunch: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Fr Steven Gamez - Pastor
(830) 625-4531
Maria Medrano - Parish Receptionist Send email
(830) 625-4531 x: 255
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We are a bilingual congregation.

Monday Service: 8:00 AM, 12:10 PM Tuesday Service: 8:00 AM, 12:10 PM Wednesday Service: 8:00 AM, 12:10 PM Thursday Service: 8:00 AM, 12:10 PM Friday Service: 8:00 AM, 12:10 PM Saturday Service: 5:00 PM Sunday Service: 7:30 AM, 9:30 AM, 11:30 AM, 1:30 PM (Spanish), 5:30 PM
Fr Steven Gamez - Pastor
(830) 625-4531
Fr Albert Toangutu-Tomeka - Parochial Vicar
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God’s Healing Love is a Grief Support Ministry that offers comfort to families and individuals who have experienced the death of a loved one. Volunteers strive to be a source of God’s Love, Care and Support through personal contact to those experiencing grief.

For God's Healing Love, contact Lee Ambrosino 210-865-1801 or Deacon Fred Fey 830-625-0537.

Lee Ambrosino - Ministry Leader
(210) 865-1801
Fred Fey - Deacon
(830) 625-0537
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Life After Loss, our grief support group designed to help us better understand the process of grief and how to live through it in a way that is healing.

For information on meeting times, contact Darlene Acker 210-313-4818.

Darlene Acker
(210) 313-4818
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Sts. Peter and Paul parish realizes that the death of a loved one is a very challenging time.  Members of the Bereavement Committee unite  in assisting the family during this time of need.

Volunteers respond immediately when notified of a death and are willing to provide assistance with the funeral reception or any other arrangements, if requested.

Our Bereavement Committee coordinates with the family to ensure that food is prepared and is ready to be served to the family and guests following a funeral.

Some members of this ministry assist with the preparation of baked goods or sandwiches at home, while others come to the parish and set up facilities for the reception and serve those who attend.

Follow-up calls may be made to family members for several months following a death.

If you need the services of this ministry or if you would like to volunteer to join this ministry, contact Merlene Peters 830-625-0345 or Carol Friemuth 830-625-6530.

Merlene Peters - Ministry Leader
(830) 625-0345
Carol Friemuth - Ministry Leader
(830) 625-6530
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C.Y.O. is the organization to join if you enjoy sports and are between the ages of 4 -17. It offers healthy competition in volleyball, track and basketball.

Children of any religion in the community are encouraged to join. C.Y.O. is sponsored by this parish and governed by the Chancery of San Antonio. Teams play against other C.Y.O. teams from the northeast area of San Antonio.

Ages: 4 -17.

To get more information, contact David Mesa (830) 832-6558.

Adult volunteers are crucial to the success of the program, and if God has given you athletic talent, consider volunteering your time to this ministry.

You can serve the Lord as you help His children develop their athletic talents in a Christian environment. Quite a good deal!

We need young people to participate in this program so if you are a child, or if you are the parent of a child, you are invited to become part of our C.Y.O. We anxiously wait for your arrival!

David Mesa
(830) 832-6558
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Come in and see what treasures await you! We are blessed to have Sts. Peter and Paul Thrift Store whose mission is to provide clothing and household goods to the New Braunfels community at a reasonable price.

Profit from sales benefits the children of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Parish and School.

Donations are being accepted at the donation door on Monday- Friday, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

The Thrift Store always needs and welcomes volunteers. Men, women—young and old—are all welcome to come serve Christ's family. To ensure consistency in its operation, training is provided and volunteers are asked to assist on a regular basis. Tasks vary from sorting and preparing items for sale to repairing items or appraising the value of specialized items.

If you can assist with these special needs, or if you would like more information about how you can assist this active parish ministry, please contact  (830) 629-3504.

Store Hours: Wednesday - Friday: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Led by the Knights of Columbus, some members of the Catholic parishes in New Braunfels have united for this active Prison Ministry. These dedicated members of Christ's family make weekly visits to inmates in our jails and prisons to bring the word of God to them.

Members of this ministry meet with all inmates, regardless of their religious affiliation, who are interested in learning more about God's love and mercy for them.

You can be a very important part of this ministry by remembering in your prayers all who are a part of this team and all inmates who are taking advantage of this opportunity to draw nearer to our Lord and follow His ways.

There are additional ways to be involved in this ministry. The team welcomes prayer cards, rosaries, and Bibles. All of these items are distributed to those who attend the services.

To learn more, contact Ken Bates 830-643-0775.

Friday: 8:00 PM (Men's Prison) Sunday: 8:00 PM (Women's Prison)
Ken Bates - Ministry Leader
(830) 643-0775
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Members of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church take an active role in feeding the hungry of our community by assisting at the SOS (Spirit of Sharing) Food Bank.

Those who volunteer assist with tasks such as preparing items to be placed in the basic food bags distributed to each person served by the food bank, stocking the shelves, sorting donations, etc.  It is a very fulfilling ministry and as you serve, you know that you are answering the Lord's call to feed the hungry.

Donations of food or money are always welcomed.  A box is located near the elevator of the Parish Center to accept any non-perishable items you may want to donate.

To volunteer or for more information, please contact Elizabet Barker 830-629-5015.

Free.

Monday: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Tuesday: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Wednesday: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Thursday: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Friday: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Saturday: CLOSED Sunday: CLOSED
Elizabet Barker
(830) 629-5015
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This ministry was established to create a support group for cancer survivors and their caregivers.

We have expanded to include all people with serious or chronic illnesses and their caregivers and loved ones. It is a place where we can all come together to be encouraged and inspired as well as to encourage and inspire others.

Many of the people in this parish and our community have had, currently have, or will have to face a diagnosis of a serious illness or disability. We would like to offer encouragement and support to people who face these struggles. You do not have to be Catholic to join this support group; it is a community outreach ministry.
 
If you are a patient currently undergoing treatment, join us.  We are in constant prayer on your behalf. We offer you encouragement, wisdom and a hand to hold onto. We’ve been in your shoes; we can be a light in the darkness for you.
 
If you are a survivor, join us. We need your wisdom, compassion and experience to help others. It is said that God can take something bad and turn it into something beautiful. Take your experiences and turn them into something beautiful to give glory to God.
 
If you are a caregiver or loved one for a patient, join us. We understand having a serious or chronic illness is an arduous journey and the patient does not take that journey alone. We want to encourage and support you as well.

For more information contact Ann Trost 361-218-9843 or email at [email protected].

If you are interested in being a guest speaker at one of our meetings, please contact Magdalena.

Ann Trost - Ministry Leader Send email
(361) 218-9843