Everyone 10 years and older is required to wear a mask when they are inside the Church.

(This excludes persons who cannot wear a mask due to medical conditions).


Beginning Sunday, May 23rd the 7 AM, 9 AM, 11 AM and 6 PM Masses will be celebrated in the Church.

We will continue to offer the Saturday Anticipatory Masses at 4 PM and 6 PM in the Parish Hall.

We will provide further details when they are available.

There is no greater gift than the gift Christ gave the world – himself. A sacrifice that has freed us
from the bonds of sin and death, and a sacrifice that is truly present during the Holy and Divine Liturgy.

As we prepare for Pentecost and and the reinstatement of the obligation to attend Mass, let us reflect on our sacrifices this past Lent,
and throughout this pandemic, and ask the Holy Spirit to ignite and guide a renewal of faith in our Archdiocese.

For more information, please read a statement from the Bishops of Colorado and accompanying FAQ:

Colorado Bishops: Sunday and Holy Day Obligation to be Restored Pentecost Sunday

FAQ on Restoring Sunday and Holy Day Obligation

Contact David to register: youth@stpetergreeley.org

High School (Incoming 9th-Graduating 12th Grade)

Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center

Friday, July 2nd -Sunday, July 4th, 2021



Whether you are a long-time Catholic, figuring out this whole faith thing, or just want some awesome people to hang out with, please join us. Bear Catholic is a vibrant community in which students can ask tough questions, build authentic friendship and support one another in living out the journey of faith.

Get involved www.bearcatholic.com

Our 6 pm evening Mass is dedicated to the students and we will serve them dinner afterwards in the Church Basement.  Please consider getting involved in the Bear Catholic Ministry – this social time among other good catholic students will help our youth to persevere in our Catholic Values and form holy friendships that can last a lifetime.

Feed the Bears:  Sign up to serve dinner to our college students.




For the Glory of God and salvation of souls.





“Come to him, a living stone, rejected by human beings but chosen and precious in the sight of God, and, like living stones, let yourselves be built into a spiritual house to be a holy priesthood to offer spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ.” (1 Peter 2:4-5).

This written witness of our patron, St. Peter, the Apostle, reminds us why – after two millenia – Christians still continue to gather in the name of Christ to pray. Baptized into His Paschal Mystery, we, the Body of Christ, the living stones, are witnesses to His ministry which continues to this day. We build the community by responding to this invitation to the celebration of God’s love through Sacraments, especially in the Eucharistic celebration, the source and summit of the Christian life.

“A parish is the place where all the faithful can be gathered together for the Sunday celebration of the Eucharist. The parish initiates the Christian people into the ordinary expression of the liturgical life: it gathers them together in this celebration; it teaches Christ’s saving doctrine; it practices the charity of the Lord in good works and brotherly love (CCC, 2179).”

It is my prayer that our parish community will always be a place where we can gather to worship, to celebrate our faith, and to share the living experience of the Body of Christ through our various ministries and faith formation programs.

May the Lord in His gracious love and mercy sustain us in our journey of faith!

Welcome to St. Peter’s.


Fr. Tomasz





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