Please note the Sunday Mass obligation is still lifted by the Bishop
Sunday at 9:00 & 11:30 AM and 5:00 PM in the Church at 25% capacity: 70 in the Church and 30 in Biss Hall. Watch Mass on Sunday at 11:30 am here
Only consider joining us if you are healthy, are not in a high-risk group, and feel comfortable attending. If you are not comfortable returning to Sunday Mass, consider attending a Weekday Mass at 12:10 pm.
• Please wear a cloth face covering.
• Bring your own hand sanitizer.
• Instructions will be provided during liturgy.
Facilities are sanitized after every liturgy.
The Sacrament of Reconciliation (confession) is offered on Wednesdays from 11:15 to 11:45 AM in Biss Hall, located downstairs, below the church.
All Souls Mass of Remembrance
Monday, November 2
in the Church at 5:00 pm
If you would like to add the name of any loved one who died between Nov. 1, 2019 and Oct. 30, 2020, please fill out this form. Fr. John will name the deceased from this past year during this memorial Mass.
Non-liturgical events and meetings are not being held on campus.
St Peter Deacon Clarke Cochran will present
“What's at Stake in Health Care Reform?"
October 25 at 5:00 PM ET.
This year, the Teach-In is more than a weekend-long conference; we have expanded to a full week of programming plus a 9-month opportunity for members of the Ignatian family to connect. Read more here #IFTJ
Learn about Pope Francis' new encyclical, Fratelli Tutti. It’s a diagnosis of our social ills, which have been complicated by the covid-19 pandemic. Francis has said for months that we can’t go back to the way the world was before the pandemic: This is our chance to build a new society based on loving our neighbor. In Fratelli Tutti, he lays out that vision. Summary of Twelve Themes in the Encylical
JCCU Office of Justice and Ecology shared some reflections on Fratelli Tutti. "Inside the Vatican" host Colleen Dulle, gives her top five takeaways from the new document. Here is the text of the letter>
Please keep the sick, the first responders, the caregivers and all healthcare workers
in your prayers as we respond to the current coronavirus outbreak.
St. Peter Church is the only Jesuit parish and oldest Catholic Church in Charlotte, NC. St. Ignatius, the founder of the Jesuit Order, sought to find God in all things, and all people. We follow St. Ignatius through finding God in worship, spiritual formation, discernment of God’s plan for us, and an active service to others. Embraced by God’s enduring love, we are a joyful, supportive and welcoming community. If you seek a deeper relationship with Christ in worship, community and service, join us.