Some of the most important things that Jesus said and did happened at meals. The central story of today's Gospel and solemnity focuses on the most famous of these meals, the Last Supper. Each of the accounts of the Gospel tells the story of the Last Supper in a different way and the Eucharistic theology that flows from them is multi-tiered, from giving of self and sacrifice to being nourished by the Body and Blood of Christ and nourishing others because we are Christ's Body. (Liturgy of the Word, pg. 204)
Capacity restrictions are lifted. However, there is a section of pews on the "St. Joseph" side of the church that retains current social distancing and mask requirements for those who feel more comfortable continuing these practices.
Return to Mass

Bishop Paul J. Bradley recently issued updates to current COVID-19 guidelines for liturgies and parish activities. These updates are effective this weekend, June 5-6.

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This weekend's sanctuary flowers are in remembrance of +Beverly and Gene Binder’s
70th Wedding Anniversary by the Gardners.
How One Priest's Doubt Led To The Feast of Corpus...

A German priest named Fr. Peter of Prague was struggling with his faith in the Most Holy Eucharist.

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No Taxpayer Abortion

For the past forty-five years, a federal policy called the Hyde Amendment has prohibited federal funding for elective abortions. It is estimated that over 2.4 million children are alive because of the policy.

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The Spiritual Life Is a Process, Not a Goal

One of the hardest things to talk about as Christians is finding God's providence in our daily process.

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