Ash Wednesday, February 26,
through Holy Thursday,
8am, 4:30pm & 7pm
Stations of the Cross
February 28, 7pm
March 6, 7pm
March 13, 7pm
March 20, 7pm
March 27, 7pm
April 3, 7pm
April 10 (Good Friday), 3pm
Knights of Columbus
Fish Fry Fridays
March 6, 4:30-7pm
March 13, 4:30-7pm
March 20, 4:30-7pm
March 27, 4:30-7pm
Come to Jaeger Hall for a delicious Lenten meal of cod, red potatoes, cole slaw, world famous clam chowder, apple sauce, dessert, coffee and soft drinks. Grilled salmon will also be available in limited quantities. Children under 12 are $6, adults are $10 and families are $28. Please make checks payable to Knights of Columbus.
April 4 & 5
Palm Sunday Mass
Sat. 5pm, Sun. 8am,
10:30am and 5pm
St. Mary's Cathedral
(no daily Mass)
7pm Mass of the Lord's Supper
(no daily Mass, church offices and school are closed)
3pm Stations of the Cross
7pm Good Friday Services
(no daily Mass)
8:30pm Easter Vigil
8am (gym and church)
10:30am (gym and church)
No evening Mass
and school are closed)
What is Lent?
Lent is the annual season of preparation for the Most Holy of all Seasons in the Church, Easter. It begins on Ash Wednesday (February 26) and ends on Holy Thursday evening (April 9), when the Triduum begins.
Tuesdays and Thursdays: after 5:30pm Mass
Fridays: during and after Stations of the Cross
Or schedule an appointment with Fr. Gregory or Fr. Michael.
Reconciliation WILL NOT be offered on Holy Saturday (April 11).
Please join us in our St. Peter Lenten Almsgiving Project, supporting St. John the Baptist Missionary Parish in the diocese of Huancayo, Peru. The parish is located in Iscozacin at San Ramon, in the middle jungle region of Peru. There are two priests serving this mission, and one of them is Father Antony Lichon, a seminary classmate of Father Gregory. He has been working in Peru for 19 years. The mission serves 70 villages, and is in need of chapels for the villages, and school supplies for the children.
Please take a bag from the gathering area and collect your spare change (or more!) and return your gift to St. Peter on or before Easter Sunday. One hundred percent of your donations will be given to St. John the Baptist Missionary Parish.
"Why We Believe" Lenten Bible Study
This eight-session study will meet in the Parish Ministry Center from 9:30-11:30am beginning Thursday, February 27. The study features Dr. Brant Pitre who discusses the most commonly asked questions about the Christian faith and offers clear, concise and compelling biblical answers. The following topics will be covered in video format, followed by discussion and fellowship:
1. February 27: Does God Exist?
2. March 5: Is Jesus God?
3. March 12: Peter and the Papacy?
4. March 19: How did we get the Bible?
5. March 26: Is the Eucharist the Real Presence of Jesus?
6. April 2: Why Confess to a Priest?
April 9: Holy Thursday – No Class
7. April 16: Do Catholics Worship Mary?
8. April 23: Purgatory and Prayers for the Dead?
All lessons stand alone, so feel free to come to one lesson or all 8 sessions. There is no cost to attend. Summary outlines and discussion questions will be provided at each session and all work will be done in class. For more information or to sign up, please contact Lupita Tenpenny at
Resources to help make the most of your Lenten journey