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Weekend Mass Times
Weekday Mass Times
Confession Schedule

Saturday 5pm; Sunday 9am, 11am (ASL interpreted), 5pm
Tuesday-Friday 7am & 12:10pm
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 11:30-12pm; Wed 6-6:45pm
Wednesday Benediction at 6:50pm

Click here more information and Adoration schedule

 

If you have been away from the Church for a while, know that St. Peter’s is always ready to welcome you home.  St. Peter’s is a warm community of faith and committed to helping anyone and everyone draw closer to Christ through the Catholic Church.  We hope that you will consider coming to Confession and Mass to begin your journey home, or think about contacting a priest to discuss whatever may be keeping you away.  We miss you and hope to see you soon!

Giving Made Easy

Giving to St. Peter's is now as easy as a few taps on your smartphone.

To securely make a gift, text a dollar amount to 202-540-9708. You will be asked to complete a one-time registration page with your billing and contact information. After this registration, you can give any time by texting a dollar amount to our phone number. To make it easier, save this number as a contact in your phone for future giving.

Thank you!

 

RCIA Needs Your Help

RCIA has just begun, and we have 14 new members exploring the desire to convert to the Catholic faith!  If you see someone new in the pews, please introduce yourself to them!  With this, we are starting a new tradition to bring parishioners into the RCIA meetings by providing a snack and a testimony to why they love the church and St. Peter's.  The RCIA meetings are every Tuesday night at 7pm; we would need parishioners to show up by 6:50 with a snack for 20 people and a willingness to talk with the group!

Please go to the Sign Up Genius page to sign up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0F4CAAAE2BA2F58-provide

Fr. Gary's Pastoral Reflections: Healing the Wounds

My dear Brothers and Sisters,

I do not use that salutation in some pro forma fashion.  I cherish having you as brothers and sisters in Christ—real family members with whom to share joys and hopes and life…and, yes, pain and burden and sorrow.

When times get really tough all of us need the support of others, faith-filled others, who mediate the presence and consolation and power of Christ to raise us up.  Especially now, I need you, and I propose we need each other, for healing and strength and new life.

The news of the last few days and weeks has rocked the Church to the core again.  The seeming endless revelations of sexual abuse by clergy (even at the highest levels of the hierarchy), and the even greater scandal of “avoiding scandal”—the scandal of covering up the moral failures of those who are entrusted with the care of souls, is cause for great shame and pain in our Church.  All of us are sickened and saddened at this breech of trust and lack of accountability.

I can tell you that these last few days I have been in a kind of stupor: one minute unable to think clearly, the next minute angry, then tears—and the persistent sense of loss: loss of innocence, loss of security, loss of trust.  I can only liken it to the grieving process where we mourn for the loss of what once was, something now beyond our ability to behold in the way we once held so dear.

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Parish Survey Results

We have received the results of our Parish Survey conducted this Fall. Please read this  pdf letter from Fr. Gary (315 KB) regarding the survey and how it will impact St. Peter's in the months to come. You can read the  pdf survey results report (459 KB) here.

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