It's a great time to be a Cubs fan! Not only are you cheering on the defending World Series champions, but it appears the northsiders are peaking at just the right time to defend their crown.

Consider that the Cubbies are 39-21 since the All-Star break, the best record in the majors. And this is despite having Addison Russell, Jon Lester, and Wilson Contreras on the disabled list.

Although over 3 million fans will trek their way into Wrigley again this year, most of the faithful have to watch their heroes on television or listen to them on the radio.

Would you like to see the Cubs live? Against their rival the New York Mets?

The golf committee is selling four tickets to the Cubs-Mets game slated for Thursday, September 14. These are fantastic seats located in Aisle 10, Row 10, seats 1-4. Right behind the Cubs dugout.

Imagine watching Rizzo, Bryant, Zobrist, Baez, and Happ a mere ten feet away as they return to the dugout in the bottom half of each inning. Maybe they'll toss you a ball.

Imagine burying the curse of the 69 Mets!

Imagine being there on the day the Cubs might clinch the division!

Imagine waving your W flag amidst the frenzy of 40,000 other fans!

Imagine being a hero to your children, your friends, or business associates!

Because the game takes place only three days after the Golf Outing, we are making these seats available now. These amazing seats go for $195 apiece and you can buy them for $800 today.

Simply call our Advancement Director, Frank Glowaty, at 630-718-2134 and get ready for a memorable experience.

    Volume 5, No. 6       
August 31, 2017

The 29th annual Harold and Margaret Moser Memorial Golf Outing for Financial Aid and General Operational Needs at Saints Peter & Paul School is just about a week away on Monday,
September 11,
at the Naperville
Country Club. 

For more information or to register please click here.


Then do the next best thing and join our Wine & Cheese Party !

4:00-6:00 pm
Naperville Country Club patio
$25 per person
SSPP Trivia
When our school was founded in 1853 ....
...... families always ate home cooked meals as the first fast food restaurants originating in the United States were A&W in 1919 and White Castle in 1921.