Monday-Friday  |  12:10pm
Saturday  |  9am, 4pm (anticipatory)
Sunday  |  7am, 8:30am, 10am, 11:30am, 6pm


Wednesday | 11:30am
Saturday | 2:30pm


Mondays 12:45pm to Thursday 5pm

You may enter the adoration chapel through the gathering space when the office is open 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM.


Joseph Pearce’s Talk for the New High School

Tuesday, December 3rd, 7:00pm
Our Lady of the Valley, Windsor

Noted writer and biographer of G.K. Chesterton,
Joseph Pearce, will present on the renewal of education
in our culture with his talk, “The Battle for a True Education.”


Wednesday November 27th
11:30 AM Confessions
12:10 PM Daily Mass
5:00 PM Adoration Ends
6:00 PM Thanksgiving Eve Mass
Followed by a food blessing

Thursday November 28th
Office Closed
No Mass
* No Adoration *

Friday, November 29th
Office Closed
12:10 PM Daily Mass


Penance Services

St. Mary Catholic Church
Wed., December 4th 6:30 pm

St. Peter Catholic Church
Thurs., December 5th 6:30 pm

Our Lady of Peace
Tues., December 10th 6:00 pm

Our Lady of the Valley
Thurs. December 12th 6:00 pm

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

Our 6 pm evening Mass is dedicated to the students and we will serve them dinner afterwards in the Parish Hall.  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

A New Year, New Beginnings for the Christian Steward

God invites each of us into His work of Salvation.  It is through stewardship, using our faith, time, talent, and treasure to build God’s Kingdom, that we respond to God’s blessings in a truly Catholic way.

As we begin the New Year let us recommit ourselves to living a life of Christian stewardship, a life rooted in gratitude for the gifts and blessings of our lives. It is a life rooted in our Catholic faith and a commitment to live as disciples of Jesus. We participate in the Eucharist and are a grateful people as members of the body of Christ. We behold the reality of Christ’s sacrifice and answer the call to give sacrificially. God our Father, who gave his son Jesus for our salvation, is the ultimate giver. As ones created in his image and likeness, we recognize that we too have a need to give.

Practice gratitude

Cultivating a grateful heart is the hallmark of a Christian steward. Every day, express thankfulness to the Lord and to others.

Encounter the Lord each day

Find time to be with the Lord each day, whether it be for an hour or ten minutes. Have a conversation with the Lord. Give your joys and worries to Him as well. Allow God’s love to transform them.

Nurture friendships

Our friends are those we choose to be with, those with whom we spend our time,  to whom we go to for advice. Friends are gifts from God who give us a greater appreciation of God’s love for us.

Give more

Good stewards realize that everything they have is entrusted to them as gift to be shared. There is no better place to begin than sharing with the community that gathers around the Lord’s table at Mass.

Make a difference at St. Peter

Your parish community can use your talents. Offering your talents to your faith community is one of the most effective ways to feel useful and connected to others.




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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