Spring has arrived

Warmer weather this past week of April 15 shows signs of spring as the snow melts.
The robins, crows and geese are back and farmers and gardeners are looking forward
to seeding there crops

Tribute to Humboldt Broncos

Flags at half mast and two hockey sticks leaning against the entrance sign of Saint
Peters Abbey and College show tribute to the 16 players and staff who died in the
Humboldt Bronco bus. 11 Bronco students attended Saint Peters College this year.

Broncos Remembrance Service

The Humboldt Broncos were remembered at the Vespers service, April 11, of St. Peter’s Abbey.

The names of the 16 deceased involved in the April 6 bus crash were read. A candle was lit for each one.

Seven staff members of St. Peter’s College joined the monks for prayer.

SPC President Rob Harasymchuk lights the candles.

Sunday brunch

Abbot Peter attended the Sunday brunch for the Humboldt Broncos at St. Augustine
church on Sunday, April 8. Humboldt is mourning the death of 15 hockey players
killed in their bus crash on Friday afternoon.

New tomato plants

Br. Kurt checks out the growth of the tomato plants he has started in the Abbey. He
is taking the place of Br. Wolfgang who has raised tomatoes in the greenhouse for 40
years.