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Fr. Brian McDermott 10/10/14

6:30 p.m.  Reception & Registration 7—9 p.m.  Presentation Fr. McDermott will discuss the influence of Pope Francis’s Jesuit formation and ministry on the way he exercises authority and leadership in our white water times. A systematic theologian by training, Father is also a spiritual director and teacher of the Spiritual Exercise. For 16 years he […]

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Blessing of Animals

Bring your animal friends to St. Peter Catholic Church on Saturday, Oct. 4th at 11:00am for a Blessing of the Animals!  Saturday, October 4th is the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint for animals. Deacon Jim will offer a Blessing of the Animals service at 11am in our Garden courtyard behind the […]

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Stop Human Trafficking

Become a part of our effort to stop human trafficking! See the brief video “Look Beneath the Surface”  and be a part of the discussion on how to identify and assist victims of this de-humanizing crime. Meet in Benedict Hall 2nd floor North between 9am and 11:30am Masses. Please note it is recommended as an […]

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Engage in Our Parish!

How can you get active in St. Peter Catholic Church? Our Mission is to Praise, Reverence, and Serve God…find out how you do that here! Click on these handy guides: Parish Ministries Booklet  and our Spiritual Education Booklet Fall 2014

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Pasta Supper 2014

​LAST chance to get tickets Oct. 11 and 12 after all Masses 4th Annual Pasta Supper Benefiting Habitat For Humanity Saturday, October 18, Biss Hall 6pm Guest Speaker- Mike Warner, Director of Development at Habitat for Humanity Dine In or Carry Out Adult Tickets – $20     Children under 12 – $10      A Family of 4 […]

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Keys to St. Peter New Member Orientation

Our pastor, Fr. Pat, urges every new member to attend one of the Keys to St. Peter – New Member Orientation sessions. “So much depends on getting a close-up sense of what our parish is all about,” says Father Pat. “We are a community of people dedicated to helping one another in following the lead […]

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Calendar

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Habitat build 2014

Habitat for Humanity at St. Peter has committed to help with building 2 houses this year along with 12 other Charlotte churches. Your Help is Critical – The Build starts Sept. 6 Use this link to sign up: https://habitatcharlotte.volunteerconnect.com/charlotte-church-partners/full All Construction Volunteers must be 16 or 17 must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian […]

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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 Upcoming Schedule-    September: 9/10, 9/24      October:  10/8, 10/22      November: 11/5, 11/19     December: 12/3, 12/17, 12/31 1)       Purpose: To promote discipleship and drive people to our parish website. The Enews serves […]

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Fr. Pat on the Parish Mission- To Praise Reverence and Serve God

On Pentecost weekend -June 8, 2014 – Fr. Pat preached about Our Parish Mission:To Praise, Reverence, and Serve God. Listen to the Audio here Read the text here Quote from Fr. Pat Earl, SJ “I ask that you take to heart our mission to praise, reverence and serve God. I am convinced it’s what the […]

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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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