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Holy Week

St. Peter Catholic Church Holy Week 2015 March 28—Saturday 11:15am   Stations of the Cross 5:00pm     Palm Sunday Vigil Mass- Before Mass, the Blessing of Palms will be in front of the Parish Offices on The Green, in the Church if inclement weather. March 29—Palm Sunday –  Before each Mass, the Blessing of Palms will […]

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Stations of the Cross

This week:   Join us for Stations of the Cross on Saturday, March 28 at 11:15am Holy Week:  Stations of the Cross on Friday, April 3 at 12:00pm followed by the Good Friday Liturgy at 1:15pm click on image for parking information

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Diocesan Support Appeal 2015

 Click to open full graph 31% Education 35% Catholic Charities of the Diocese 15% Multicultural Ministries 8% Vocations 7% Other 4% DSA Campaign Costs Donate online – here –  choose Assessment Appeal under Diocesan Collections With Whom We Share God’s Gifts… Seminarians…..18 Permanent Deacons …..122 Catholic High Schools in Diocese/number of students enrolled ….3/2,031 Catholic […]

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Parish Council Nomination

Parish Council Selection Process St. Peter’s Parish Council is modifying the selection process for new members. As our parish has grown, we recognize the need to create a council that fully reflects the lives of our parishioners and the composition of our parish. We are looking for members with diverse background, experience, skills, and perspective, […]

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Lenten Online Experience

Igniting Our Values A Jesuit/Ignatian Pilgrimage for Lent 2015    IGNITE-Week06    IGNITE-Week05 Please join the Jesuits for “Igniting our Values,” our Lent 2015 digital prayer experience beginning on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 18, through Easter Sunday, April 5, 2015. Each evening, material for the following day’s prayer will be posted here. Participants who sign up will […]

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Ignatian Lenten Retreats

Transfigure Me, Oh Lord – Closing Retreat: Saturday, March 28 Biss Hall 9 a.m. – Noon, ending in the Church. Register HERE for the Lenten Closing Retreat experience. Reflections and faith sharing with the theme of Transformation.  An enriching way to know where God is moving you.  A community event to meet friends along the […]

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Parish Directory 2015

We are very excited to announce the updating of our parish directory. There are 2 ways you can have a photo included: 1. We have partnered with a new provider, Lifetouch, to take photographs and publish a printed and online parish directory. Photographers will take a photo of you and your loved ones (yes, pets […]

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Keys to St. Peter New Member Orientation

Welcome!   Come join us and meet other newcomers at one of these receptions in Biss Hall, just below the church. Please let us know which date you plan to attend:   *April 19th between the 9am and 11:30am Mass in Biss Hall   keystostpeter@gmail.com *September 19 following the Saturday 5:00pm Mass *November 8 following the Sunday […]

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Parking Deck changes

The parking deck management has altered the way we exit The Green parking garage. Parking is free for St. Peter parishioners and guests with the chaser tickets available at our church and various building throughout our campus.  When exiting the deck, place the green entrance ticket into the machine – then follow with the exit […]

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Calendar

Click here for the Parish Calendar

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Enews from St. Peter

If you would like to subscribe the St. Peter’s biweekly eNews please click on this link: Join St. Peter eNews 2015 Schedule-  March 25   April 8 & 22   May 6 & 20   June 3 & 17   July 1, 15, & 29   August 12 & 26   Sept. 9 & 23   Oct. 7 & 21   […]

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Online Tithing

Online Tithing click here First Time Users:  Create your secure profile 1.  Click this link  Online Tithing 2.  Choose the “Create Profile” button on the right side of the page. 3.  Enter your email address (this becomes your User ID). 4.  Fill out the “Member Profile” and create a personal Password. 5.  Click on Add […]

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Who We Are

Our Mission: Praise. Reverence. Serve. Our Vision: We welcome everyone desiring to be a disciple of Jesus. As disciples, we praise God in the liturgy and the Word, we reverence God by celebrating the sacraments, and we serve God by reaching out to and advocating for all, especially the neediest.

About the Jesuits

The Society of Jesus (Latin: Societas Iesu, S.J., SJ, or SI) is a Christian male religious order that follows the teachings of the Catholic Church. The members are called Jesuits and are also known colloquially as “God’s Marines” and as “The Company”, these being references to founder Ignatius of Loyola’s military background and members’ willingness […]

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