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Ss John and Paul Catholic Church

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1401 1st Ave S
Altoona, IA 50009
USA
Phone
515-967-3796
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Reverend
Timothy Fitzgerald

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Weekend

Saturday: 5:00 pm

Sunday: 8:30 am

Sunday: 10:30 am

Weekday

Tuesday: 5:30 pm

Wednesday: 9:00 am

Thursday: 9:00 am

Friday: 9:00 am

Confession

Saturday: 4:00 - 4:30 pm
Reconciliation also available by appointment

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About Ss John and Paul Catholic Church - Altoona, IA

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Mission Statement:

Called together by our common baptism, SSJP Parish strives to live the good news of Jesus by celebrating Eucharist and all the sacraments. Committed to life-long learning, we share Christ with others by living our faith and reaching out in love.

You Did It for Me



English Version
Climate change is creating hotter, drier environments where crops wilt or never grow at all in parts of southern Africa. With a second year of harvests having failed in most of Zimbabwe, 2.4 million people are facing a lack of food. CRS is partnering with Caritas Harare in Zimbabwe to react quickly to the drought emergency by organizing a series of seed fairs to help provide farmers seeds for drought-resistant, quick-growing crops.

Learn more at: crs.org/you-did-it-for-me


Spanish Version
El cambio climático está creando ambientes más calientes y más secos donde cultivos marchitan o no crecen en todo en partes de sur África. Con un segundo año de mala cosecha en la mayoría de Zimbabue, 2,4 millones de personas se enfrentan a una falta de alimentos. CRS se ha asociado con Caritas de Harare en Zimbabue a reaccionar con rapidez a la emergencia de la sequía mediante la organización de una serie de ferias de semillas para ayudar a proporcionar a los agricultores semillas para cultivos resistentes a la sequía, de rápido crecimiento.

Para obtener más información visite: crs.org/you-did-it-for-me (en inglés).