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Ss John and Paul Catholic Church

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Phone
515-967-3796
Address
1401 1st Ave S
Altoona, IA 50009
USA
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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

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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



82-year-old Ida* came to the U.S. in 1989 on a VISA status. She worked as a housekeeper for three decades. Years ago a lawyer told Ida that he could help her gain citizenship. He charged $2500. Ida paid, but she never heard from the lawyer again. Ida was afraid of being deported. One Sunday, Ida read in a church bulletin that Catholic Charities had an immigration services office. She made an appointment. The case manager explained everything and walked Ida through the whole citizenship application process. Today she is a citizen.

In 2014 Catholic Charities agencies assisted 40,635 immigrants with family visa, citizenship and DACA applications, providing the opportunity for stability, reunification and permanency. To learn more, visit www.CatholicCharitiesUSA.org

*name changed to protect privacy