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)
“Today I wish to speak to you about the close relationship between
mercy and mission. Just as we naturally seek to share with others
the beautiful moments of our lives, we are called also and especially
to share the joy of encountering Jesus Christ. To encounter Jesus is
to experience his love, which transforms us and compels us, in turn,
to share this love. We are called to be “bearers of Christ”! By being
such missionaries, we come to experience more deeply the gift of
mercy in our own lives. May we take seriously our call to be
Christians, to live as believers, so that the Gospel may touch the
hearts of all people and open them to the gift of God’s love.”
(Pope Francis, January 30, 2016). Find ways to share your
encounter with God’s mercy at mercy.adw.org
School of Religion
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Saint Peter's Parochial School
Saint Peter’s School will give your child the spiritual and academic
foundation for success. For an information packet or to speak with
someone about the admission please email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 301-774-9112.
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High School Students
Check out the Saint Peter's Youth Ministry website.
Father Rogers' Homilies Online
Have you been inspired by Father Joseph Rogers' homilies?
Many of them are available online at piercedheart.org.