Building a Legacy: On the Rock
St. Peter Happenings
This Sunday there will be a special Eucharistic Adoration to give thanks to Our Lord for a successful Capital Campaign.
 
The Blessed Sacrament will be exposed following the 10:30am Mass. The rosary will be recited immediately after Exposition followed by the recitation of the Litany of the Sacred Heart. At 2:20pm the Chaplet of Divine Mercy will be recited followed by Benediction and repose of the Blessed Sacrament.

Christian Neighbors is in need of empty, clean EGG CARTONS.
Please bring them to the Christian Neighbor office or Vestibule.
Advent begins NEXT WEEKEND
Advent Wreath Lighting

Advent Candles
Purchase your Advent Candles for $5 a box
(3 purple & 1 pink) in the Parish Office.

Advent: Ignite Your Faith
Tuesday Series


Gingerbread House Making Party
Sunday, December 1 at 11:30am

All are welcome to join us for the annual Gingerbread Party! Lunch is provided. No cost.

What are the
LAVABO BOWL and PITCHER?

Lavabo is Latin for "I will wash." The lavabo bowl and pitcher are two items used to wash the fingers of the main celebrant of the Mass before he consecrates the bread and wine. The bowl catches the water poured out by the pitcher.

The washing of the hands occurs in all rites of the Catholic Church, but is employed at different times. In the Roman Rite, it happens at the end of the Offertory.

The washing of the priest's hands before he touches the consecrated Host reflects the need to be spiritually purified before the Lord as reflected in the priest's prayer as the water is being poured: "Wash me, oh Lord, from my iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin."
Expert taken from The Sacred that Surrounds Us , by Andrea Zachman, pg. 62
St. Peter Catholic Church
100 St. Peter Dr. Douglas, MI 49419
269-857-7951 stpeter-douglas.org