Weekend Mass Schedule
Sun: 8am, 10:30am, 5pm
Daily Mass Schedule
Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri: 8am
Tues and Thurs: 5:30pm
Sat: 3-4pm and by appointment
Livestream Mass Schedule
November 13 - 8am
November 15 - 5pm
November 16 - 8am
November 17 - 8:15am
November 18 - 8am
November 19 - 8am
Masks at Mass
Per the governor of Colorado, masks are now required for indoor gatherings, including Mass.
Please wear a mask to Mass and remove it only to receive Communion.
Click here to read a message from Bishop Sheridan.
We greatly appreciate your continued cooperation.
Mass reservations are no longer required.
When you come to Mass, please select a location that will allow for adequate social distancing for everyone in your family.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact an usher.
Your obligation to attend Mass is still dispensed.
If you are high risk because of age or chronic illness, do not come to church.
If you are ill or have been in contact with anyone who is ill, do not come to church.
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St. Peter Catholic School
St. Peter Catholic School in Monument offers preschool thru 8th grade and provides superior academics and faith formation in a safe, caring community where each child is accepted and respected.
Making an offering of our financial resources is an integral part of what it means to be a Catholic Christian. We have a variety ways to make it easy for your to support our parish.
News & Events
Amazing Women's Guild Quilt Raffle
Father Gregory drew the winning ticket after morning Mass on November 9 and the lucky winner is Pam Benton! The St. Peter Women’s Guild would like to thank all the ladies that helped make the “Amazing Colorado” Quilt. The quilt was created by Shelly Paulovich, Glenn Leise, Nancy Tucker, Carol Kowalczyk, Cindy Desautel, Irene Sutherland, Harriet Boomer, Kathy Waits, Joyce Witsken and Susan Berube, as a fundraiser for the Guild. We thank them for their hard work and creative design. We would also like to thank the ladies who helped sell raffle tickets: Shelly Paulovich, Susan Berube, Judy Sawyer, Stephanie Kemp, Sandy Feldkamp, Mary Scott, Janet Campbell, Gael Barker, Debby Dover, Alice McCarthy and Sonja Beaudoin.
The Guild wants to thank Father Gregory for letting us hold this fundraiser. To our parishioners, THANK YOU! Your support of this project and The Amazing Women’s Guild is vital to our ministry.
Could you use a helping hand?
The Knights of Columbus is introducing a new program called “No Neighbor Left Behind". Social distancing does not mean we cannot have interaction with fellow Knights and parishioners. If you know of parish members who might need help with yard work, running errands or just a phone call to see how they are doing, please contact Bob Knapp at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Five First Saturdays Devotion In Reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary
The Colorado Springs Order of Malta invites you to First Saturday Devotions to Mary. On the first Saturday of each month, the devotion will begin with a rosary at 8:40am, followed by 9am Mass celebrated by a Chaplain of the Order of Malta. All parishioners in the diocese are invited to attend. During these most troubled times in our country, prayer, fasting and penance are our recommended weapons against evil. Our Lady of Fatima’s message is just as important today as when she first appeared back in 1917. We encourage you to please come and pray with us for peace to combat the violence and mayhem in our country and in the world. Some excerpts from The Five First Saturdays Devotion pamphlet by Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, may be found here.
Important Safe Environment News
There are new procedures for our Safe Environment training for volunteers. Our diocese has selected a new platform called Virtus. With Virtus, refresher training will be required every three years rather than annually. Training bulletins regarding protecting God's children are sent to volunteers once in a calendar year. Background checks are still required every five years. With new registrants to VIRTUS, a one time foundational training is required.
Catholic Citizenship Essay Contest
This contest encourages today’s youth to be more connected to their community and their faith. The goal of this program is to involve young Catholics in grades 8 to 12 (public, private, parochial or home schools during the current school year) in civic discourse and instill in them religious and life-affirming values. The essay should be 500-750 words discuss how trusting in God during a difficult time has helped you or someone you know find the strength and hope to endure it. Consider especially those times when it was a challenge to understand why something was happening. Consider also sharing any lessons about faith and hope you or someone you know may have learned from this experience.
“Though you have not seen him, you love him; and even though you do not see him now, you believe in him and are filled with an inexpressible and glorious joy” (1 Peter 1:8). Entrants will be judged on grammar, style, and how clearly they present the theme in a way that showcases creativity, imagination and overall development of the topic. Submit essays by December 31, 2020, to email@example.com. If you have any questions, contact Clark Musser at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you interested in becoming Catholic?
Are you discerning about being baptized or initiated into the Catholic Church? Are you an adult who wants to complete their sacraments? If so, the Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA) is the perfect place to not only grow in your relationship with God, but also learn more about the Catholic faith. If you are interested and ready to take the next step in your faith journey, please contact Deacon Tom Dickinson.
Become an RCIA Sponsor! You’ll be glad you did!
We are looking for men and women who are interested in learning more about their faith by sponsoring an RCIA or RCIC candidate. These Candidates are seeking to become members of the Catholic Church, and will take weekly classes starting in September, ending with a joyous celebration on Easter. Sponsors provide one-on-one companionship by attending classes each week with the Candidate, and meeting at other times as desired. Sponsors do not need to teach - only accompany the Candidate on this journey of a lifetime. If you are interested in this important and rewarding role, please contact Deacon Tom Dickinson.
SPIN Groups - St. Peter Interest Groups
SPIN Groups connect St. Peter parishioners who share similar interests and hobbies. The groups are intended to provide non-ministry, social opportunities for members of St. Peter Catholic Church. Click here to sign up. If you have questions or suggestions, contact Francine Onofrio (303-803-6679).
Weekly Email Newsletter
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