St Peter and St Paul

On June 29 the Catholic Church celebrates the feast day of Saints Peter & Paul. These two saints were contemporaries. Peter was a disciple of Jesus and chosen by Christ to lead the Church. Paul had been a zealous Jew who persecuted Christians, before experiencing a dramatic conversion on the road to Damascus and becoming the Church’s first great missionary. Through their preaching, ministry and martyrdom, saints Peter and Paul helped to establish Christ’s Church.

The feast of saints Peter and Paul is a solemnity, the highest rank for a liturgical feast and a holy day of obligation. Our resources explore the life and mission of St Peter and St Paul, and inspire children to follow their example by reaching out to others around the world as brothers and sisters in God’s Universal Family.

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