Just a few minutes off I-215, Saints Peter and Paul Church is easy to locate with a tall cross towering over the brick building. There is ample parking and the front of the church
There are two stained glass windows in church, one on the far left of the altar and on the far right. The one on the far left is of the Saint Peter and, and the one on the right is another, Saint Paul. The stations of the cross are evenly divided along each side wall with crosses above each. The musician area is located to the front-right of the church.
The mass was celebrated by Fr. Magige. I was able to speak to him for a few minutes and found that he had a wonderful sense of humor. Fr. Magige's homily spoke of doubting Thomas. He reminded us that in our own lives we question our faith and can be a "Doubting Thomas." We must refocus and renew our faith in order to grow closer to God. To learn more about the delightful Fr. Magige, here's a link : http://www.icatholic.org/article/tanzanian-priest-is-parochial-vicar-for-sts-peter-and-6075999
Before mass, two deacon greeted parishioners and shook hands with as many people as possible. This may seem like a small gesture, but it made a big impact. Thank you Deacons Sunday Espinoza and Gene Farrell for your hospitality and warmth to this church-hopper. May the Lord bless the parishioners and all who serve them.