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”

Mass Schedule

Monday: 8:30 am Communion Service at St. Joseph Church

Tuesday: 6:00 pm Mass at St. Joseph Church

Wednesday - Thursday: 8:30 am Mass at St. Joseph Church

Friday: 8:30 am Mass at St. Peter Church (during the school year - summer at St. Joseph)

1st Saturday: 8:30 am at St.Joseph Church

Saturday: 5:00 pm Mass at St. Joseph Church

Sunday: 8:00 am and 10:30 am Masses at St. Peter Church


Confession Schedule

Tuesday: 5:00 pm at St. Joseph Church

Thursday: 8:00 am & after 8:30 am Mass at St. Joseph Church

1st Saturday: Before and after the 8:30 am Mass at St. Joseph Church

Saturday: 4:00 pm at St. Joseph Church


Adoration Chapel Hours

5:00 am Monday-2:00 pm Friday*

The Adoration Chapel is located at door #3 in the Parish Office building.  

*During the St. Max School Year the Blessed Sacrament is reposed at 8:45am and begins again at St. Peter’s Church at 9am. Benediction is held on these days at 2pm. On days with no school, Adoration continues in the St. Michael chapel until 2pm.


Exodus 90

Posted on November 18, 2019 in: From the Pastor

Exodus 90
MEN OF THE PARISH We Need You   Exodus 90 is a spiritual exercise for the renewal of the Church. It's a challenging 90-day period of prayer and asceticism, supported by a fraternity of like-minded men.   How It Works There's too much distraction, addiction, and loneliness in men today, even good Catholic men. Now more than ever, the Church needs more from her men. Here's how Exodus 90 helps:   Prayer — Closer to Jesus Christ You will journey through the book of Exodus and commit to 20-60 minutes of silent prayer...

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Parish Holy Hour

Posted on December 04, 2019 in: Upcoming Events

Parish Holy Hour
Parish Holy Hour Bring your whole family! Sunday, December 15, 2019 9:00 –10:00 am † St. Peter’s Church Fr. Kowlaczyk will be teaching on The School of Prayer  

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Manifesto of Faith

Posted on October 24, 2019 in: General News

Manifesto of Faith
Many Catholics are deeply concerned about the degree of confusion that exists today in the Catholic Church. A few powerful voices are calling for change in Catholic teaching while others seek a public reaffirmation of the eternal truths of the faith. In response to this confusion, Gerhard Cardinal Muller, former Head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, released a document entitled “Manifesto of Faith” in February 2019.  Within this document, Cardinal Muller clearly summarized the eternal truths of our Catholic faith in beautiful and uplift...

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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.

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