The story of the Passion is generous to believers. It does not condemn us by placing before us models of perfection in challenging times. We can identify with many in the story: the frightened, the betrayers, those who condemn, and those who deny. Our hope lies in the few who stand out among the others as willing to stand firm in their belief and their love. Each year we pray that we can become one of these. (Liturgy of the Word, pg. 156)
Holy Week Schedule
Holy Thursday - April 1
6:00pm, Mass of the Lord's Supper

Good Friday - April 2
3:00pm, Liturgy of the Lord's Passion

Holy Saturday - April 3
8:30pm, Easter Vigil Mass

Easter Sunday - April 4
Reservations for Easter Masses
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, reservations are required for Easter Masses and are on a first-come-first-serve basis. You may register below, or call the parish office (269-857-7951)and someone will gladly assist you.

Capacity restrictions have changed to 50% and there are now more spaces available than before. If you registered for overflow seating, you’ve been moved to the church automatically.
Bishop Bradley offers update on
Holy Week and Worship Guidelines
Preparing for Holy Week

Praying with Jesus Through the Agony in the Garden

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How to Read Scripture: Wisdom from St. Augustine

How many times have you sat down to read a passage of Scripture only to scratch your head and puzzle about what's going on? Or, have you ever come across a troubling passage of Scripture and wondered how it could be inspired by a good and loving God?

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Pontifical Good Friday Collection

Form Every year on Good Friday, a collection is taken up in Catholic Churches to support the work of the Franciscans working in the Holy Land.

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St. Peter Catholic Church
100 St. Peter Dr. Douglas, MI 49419