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1st Grade writes about Fr. Gregory….

Father Gregory is thoughtful. Father Gregory is good at Mass. He is my number one priest. By Drew

Father Gregory is good at reading the Bible. I like when he reads the Bible. By Hailey

I like Father Gregory because we learn more things about Jesus and he is our Adopted Priest. I like him because we learn. By Jack C.

Father Gregory is holy because Father Gregory is a Priest. Love, Rafe

Father Gregory is good at communion. What I like about him is he takes good care of us. By Fauston

Father Gregory is very thoughtful. He is nice because we gave a class cross to him and he gave us candy. He is really funny. He is good at doing Mass. By Charlie

Father Gregory is our Adopted Priest. Father Gregory is nice because he gave our class candy. He is good at teaching us about Jesus and God. And he is good at reading the Bible. By Juliette

Father Gregory is funny because he calls us munchkins. He is good at teaching us religion. By Kate

I like Father Gregory because he is generous and thoughtful. He is good at his job. By Colin

Father Gregory is nice because he likes kids. I like Father Gregory because he teaches us about heaven. Father Gregory is good at teaching us about God. By Shelby

Father Gregory is good at jokes. By Bode

Father Gregory is good at following Jesus and reading the Bible in church. By Chloe

I like when Father Gregory gives me hugs. Father Gregory comes to wrestling, basketball and volleyball. Father Gregory always reads the Bible. By A.J.

Father Gregory is our Adopted Priest. He is a creative Priest. He is thoughtful. By Bryn

Father Gregory is generous and thoughtful. He is our Adopted Priest. By Jack S.

Father Gregory is really good at being a priest. He is really nice. By Lexi


GolgothaLenten and Holy Week Schedule at Saint Peter

Click HERE to view the Lenten and Holy Week schedule.

Pre/Post-Easter Help

Saint Peter is looking for volunteers to help with the Easter setup/take down. Help is needed as follows:

  • Thursday, April 2 after the 8:00am morning prayers we are setting out the wooden chairs and setting up the altar in the gym.
  • Monday, April 6 at 9:00am we are cleaning up the gym and putting away the chairs.

Crusader CrossGood Friday Collection for the Holy Land

The annual “Good Friday Collection for the Holy Land” will be taken up in all parishes on Friday, April 3rd. All Christians are united in a special way during Holy Week and Easter. Christians in the Holy Land continue to suffer from the effects of war and religious intolerance. While we hear daily about the tragic violence and instability plaguing the Middle East, we hear little about the shrinking Christian communities in Israel and Palestine. These Christians are struggling to live and worship in their ancestral land, the land of Christ’s birth, death, and resurrection. Please help support our brothers and sisters in the Holy Land by giving to this special Good Friday Collection. This pontifical collection allows the Franciscans, custodians of the Holy Land for over 800 years, to continue caring for Christianity’s holiest sites and for God’s people in the Holy Land.

For more information about Holy Land Christian issues, visit Please be generous in your support to sustain Christianity in the Holy Land.


Lenten Journey to Wholeness

Stephen Minister are not therapists or problem solvers; they are caregivers.  Only God can bring about healing, forgiveness and hope.  Stephen Ministers are trained to listen and pray, to be reliable and non-judgmental, and to help care receivers express their feelings.  Focusing on caring and not on curing means Stephen Ministers are there for as long as the process takes, and trust that God works in His own time to provide wholeness. If you would like a Stephen Minister for your Lenten journey to wholeness, call Therese Davern at the parish office 481-3511 or email

Stephen Ministry Volunteers Needed

Have you been trained as a Stephen Minister and would like to be a part of this ministry?  We are looking for trained Stephen Ministers to help with an ever increasing need in our parish.  If interested or want to know more, contact: Luci Lambrech (239-398-5247) or or Vicky McAdams (719-491-6969) or

Confirmation Pope FrancisUpcoming Important Faith Formation Events

Please remember the children preparing for First Communion and Confirmation in your prayers.  Confirmation is April 13th at 6:30PM.   First Communion Masses are April 19, 10:30 Mass and April 26 at both 8:00 and 10:30 Masses.

Summer VBS will be held June 22-25, from 8:45 – 12:15. We are looking for adult and high school volunteers to help with decorating and set-up, as well as working with groups of children during the week. If you are interested in helping call or email Shirley at 481-3511 x1090 or

free throwKoC State Champion

Saint Peter School eighth grader Joseph Reininger won the Knights of Columbus State of Colorado Basketball Free Throw Shooting Contest held Saturday, March 28th  at Bishop Machebeuf High School in Denver.  Joseph defeated eight other district champions, as he expertly hit 22 of 25 foul shots.  St. Peter parishioner Ed Paulovich, who coordinated the event for our Knights, and his wife, also attended the contest in Denver.

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion to the Homebound Needed

Do you enjoy visiting people?  Do you have a love for the Eucharist?  Would you like to bring Christ to those unable to join us for our Sunday celebrations?  We are looking for people willing to be on call to take Communion to those who are sick or homebound.  You must be a confirmed and practicing Catholic to be a part of this ministry.  Training is on Tuesday, April 21, 6:30—8:30pm in the Large Conference Room in the church.  Contact Therese Davern at 481-3511 X 1130 or with any questions.

Green Thumb Ministry

Like to garden?  Enjoy getting outside?  Want to help keep our church looking great?  Need some volunteer hours?  Consider joining the Green Thumb ministry.  We meet on the third Saturdays from 9:00 am to Noon starting April 18th and going through October.  Everyone is welcome for whatever dates and times you can make.  Contact Steve Hadfield at 719-210-2742 or for more information and to get your name on our notification list.  Did we mention that there will be donuts?

lunch bunchMinistry Meals Coordinator Needed

St. Peter is looking for someone to coordinate the Ministry Meals.  This ministry brings Christ to others in their times of trial and difficulty by providing home cooked meals for parish families welcoming new babies, those who are homebound, suffering loss, or facing other life challenges.  If you are interested in heading this ministry or would like to volunteer for this ministry, please call Therese Davern at 719-481-3511 or email

stmoreReligious Freedom

We must continue our prayers for our nation and become educated, articulate, and active supporters of our religious freedom.  St. Thomas More, Patron of Religious Freedom, Pray for Us. To voice your opinion in the public square, you can contact your elected representatives as follows reference religious liberty in America:

Charitable Needs

  • April Tri-Lakes Cares Requests: Toilet paper, Paper towels, Baked beans or pork n beans, Spaghetti sauce, Tuna or hamburger helper, Juice boxes or pouches (like Capri Sun), Sugar – one pound boxes or bags, Coffee – small cans or bags, regular ground.

Main Office: phone (719) 481-3511, 55 N. Jefferson St., Monument, CO, Monument, CO 80132 (see map). Questions or suggestions about the website, please contact us.