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We are a community that proclaims in word and in action the GOOD NEWS of Jesus Christ and provides a place where His healing presence is experienced through His body, His people and His Sacraments.

 

Mission Statement:  “Letting the Eucharist Lead”


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Public Mass Times

  Weekend Mass Times
  Saturday: 5:00 pm                                         
  Sunday: 8:00 am & 10:30 am                        

  Weekday Mass Times
  Tuesday: 5:30 pm
  Wednesday: 8:30 am
  Thursday: 6:30 am

Please see our Online Calendar for the most up-to-date schedule.

  • Archbishop Hebda has given dispensation from Sunday Mass obligation; you are not required to attend.
  • Please come to Mass only if you and all members of your household are feeling well and in good health. 
  • All Masses during the pandemic will be on the campus of St. Peter's.
  • Face masks are required per the Govenor's Executive Order 20-81 
  • We will live-stream the Sunday 8:00 am Mass on our Facebook page.
Sacrament of Reconciliation

Also known as the Sacrament of Mercy, confessions will be heard in the Holy Family Room on the campus of St. Peter's Church.

Confessions will be heard 30 minutes prior to weekday Masses and 1 hour prior to the Saturday anticipatory Mass; the Online Calendar shows the specific times.

Signs are posted in the church directing you to the room.

Eucharistic Adoration

Adoration is held inside ST. PETER'S CHURCH. 

  • Generally, Adoration will be open Sundays at 12:00 pm - Fridays at 3:00 pm.
  • If we have to close early (e.g. for a wedding or funeral), it will be updated on our online calendar  
  • If you'd like to sign up for a permanent hour or learn more, see Adoration under the Grow in Faith tab

Please come adore only while taking the proper health precautions.

Announcements

Why all the names...?

Posted on September 17, 2020 in: General News

Why all the names...?
Ever wonder why Fr Kowalczyk lists "so many" names during the Eucharistic Prayer?  And why are those particular names stated?    In doing my research, I found the short answer to be:  "During the Eucharistic Prayer I, before the consecration, the priest calls to mind all members of the Church, including the Saints in heaven, acknowledging we are all united in praise and worship of God. As the priest prays, he mentions some of these holy men and women by name. Appropriately, the first mentioned are Jesus’ mother, the Blessed V...

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Rosary Rally ~ October 10th

Posted on September 16, 2020 in: Upcoming Events

Rosary Rally ~ October 10th
Please join the 2020 Public Square Rosary Crusade   Our nation is in great need of public prayer, repentance and conversion. We ask God to save America through the Rosary of His Most Holy Mother. Please join us in praying for our nation on October 10, 2020 at 12:00 noon  Outside at the corner of Tiger Drive & Higway 12 on the grounds of My Body Shop Fitness, 901 Babcock Blvd E across from Ridgeview Delano Clinic  Please bring your own rosary and camp chair, if you desire to sit.  Rosary program will be provi...

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Calling All Mothers

Posted on September 16, 2020 in: General News

Calling All Mothers
Mothers Groups forming now at The Church of St. Maximilian Kolbe parish. Join a group with other moms who want to renew and refresh their energy for their family. There is still time to join the Cana Experience.  The first meeting will be Wednesday September 23rd in St. Martha Hall on the campus of St. Peter's at 7:00 pm. As part of a Cana group, you’ll... Journey with other moms in taking action toward living more as a daughter of God. Grow in your relationship with God while learning more about your faith and learn more...

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Promise to Protect

If you or someone you know has been abused, exploited or harassed by a clergy memeber, religious brother or sister or lay emplyoee or volunteer of a parish, or Catholic school, your first call should be to law enforcement.

You are also encouraged to contact the archdiodcese's Victim Assistance Program at 651-291-4497 for confidential, compassionate assistance from an independent and professional local care provider, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.