Welcome to Saint Peter’s Parish
LIVE DIFFERENTLY. LOVE BOLDLY. #ENCOUNTERMERCY
“In this Jubilee Year, let us allow God to surprise us. He never tires of
casting open the doors of his heart and of repeating that he loves us
and wants to share his love with us.”
(Pope Francis, Misericordiae Vultus)
“What does the face of “mercy” look like? If you wanted to paint eyes,
ears, nose, and a mouth on it, whose face would we be able to see? For
examples, each of us can run to his favorite saint. I’ll mention Saint
Elizabeth Ann Seton. She didn’t end up with the life she thought was
mapped out for her. Widowed at a relatively young age, she entered
the Catholic Church and decided to organize a group of women to
serve the poor, first of all in the Maryland area, and later in the whole
country. Remember that the saints of mercy are not statues, and
they’re not pictures. They are flesh-and-blood people like you and me.
There is no one blueprint for becoming the face of mercy and no one
pattern for becoming a saint.” Listen to the rest of this reflection from
Fr. Frank Wright at mercy.adw.org.
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Saint Peter's Parochial School
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High School Students
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Father Rogers' Homilies Online
Have you been inspired by Father Joseph Rogers' homilies?
Many of them are available online at piercedheart.org.