Sunday, November 4, 2012

Graced Moments

Pumpkins and Trick-or-Treaters filled the final days of October at 
St. Peter Indian Mission.

Days before October 31, students visited the "pumpkin patch" at the school choosing a pumpkin of their own to bring home and carve!

Even the animals enjoyed picking a pumpkin!!

Grades 1-3 enjoyed dressing up in costume...

they then traveled to the Caring House bringing smiles to all as they performed Halloween Carols.

The community gathered together in the cemetery on the eve of All Soul's Day to pray for the faithful departed.

The cemetery became a City of Light 
as candles were placed on grave sites.

A special event was held earlier in the month of October with benefits going to St. Peter Indian Mission School
 sponsored by the Serrano Family.

A luncheon and talk was hosted by Chandler Performing Arts Center and Immaculee Ilibagiza, a survivor of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide, was the guest speaker.

A very powerful and beautiful message on love, 
faith and forgiveness was shared in her heroic story.

St. Peter Mission is ever grateful to the Serrano Family 
for sponsoring this event!

 Thank you Lord for ALL your BLESSINGS!

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