Holy Week Schedule

* Liturgies are live streamed at the time indicated *

Easter Sunday Mass will be recorded and available to watch at any time

Holy Thursday

April 9th

7:00 PM Mass of the Lord’s Supper

Good Friday

April 10th

3:00 PM Good Friday  of the Lord’s Passion

Holy Saturday

April 11th

8:15 PM Easter Vigil Mass

Easter Sunday

April 12th

8:30 AM Easter Sunday Mass

St. Peter’s Lenten Mission – Fr. Joseph McLagan

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Monday, April 6th

Monday of the Holy WeekHoly Mass at St. Peter's Catholic ChurchGreeley, CO

Posted by Dastan Farrokhzad on Monday, April 6, 2020
Tuesday, April 7th

Tuesday of the Holy WeekHoly Mass at St. Peter's Catholic ChurchGreeley, CO

Posted by Dastan Farrokhzad on Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Wednesday, April 8th

Wednesday of the Holy WeekHoly Mass at St. Peter's Catholic ChurchGreeley, CO

Posted by Dastan Farrokhzad on Wednesday, April 8, 2020
Holy Thursday, April 9th
Good Friday, April 10th
Holy Saturday, April 11th

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 All public Masses are cancelled through the end of March regardless of the number of people attending.


The church will be closed on Saturday and Sunday.


All Ministries are suspended until further notice


Perfect Contrition and Spiritual Communion

What to do if you cannot go to Confession or Holy Communion due to the COVID-19 coronavirus

If you have to self-isolate or are quarantined due to the COVID-19 coronavirus, it is unlikely that you will be able to receive the sacraments as normal.
In these circumstances, there are devotions through which you can receive absolution for your sins, (under certain conditions), and the consolation of Eucharistic grace.

These devotions are officially encouraged by the Church and have been practiced by saints.

How to make an Act of Perfect Contrition

Through an act of Perfect Contrition, you receive pardon for your sins outside of confession, even mortal sins, on condition that you determine to amend your life and make a firm resolution to go to sacramental confession as soon as this becomes possible for you.
Perfect Contrition is a grace from God, so sincerely ask for this gift throughout the day prior to making your act of contrition: “My God, grant me perfect contrition for all my sins”.

1. In reality or imagination kneel at the foot of a crucifix and say to yourself: “Jesus, my God and my Saviour, in the midst of your agony, you remembered me, you suffered for me, you wished to wipe    away my sins”.

2.  Contrition is ‘perfect’ if you repent of your sins because you love God and are sorry for offending Him and causing the sufferings of Christ on the cross. Before the Crucified Christ remember your sins, repent of them because they have brought our Lord to His sufferings on the Cross. Promise him, that with His help, you will not sin again.

3. Recite, slowly and sincerely, an act of contrition focused on the goodness of God and your love of Jesus: “O my God, because you are so good, I am very sorry that I have sinned against you and by the help of your grace I will not sin again. Amen”.

4. Make a firm resolution to go to sacramental confession as soon as practically possible.

How to make a Spiritual Communion

The key to Spiritual Communion is to grow in your heart a constant desire for the Blessed Sacrament.

1. If you are aware of serious or mortal sin, make an Act of Perfect Contrition.

2. Imagine the sacred words and actions of the Mass or watch online or on TV.

3. Make all those acts of faith, humility, sorrow, adoration, love and desire that you usually express before Holy Communion.

4. Desire, with earnest longing, to receive our Lord present – Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity – in the Blessed Sacrament.

5. Say this prayer of St. Alphonsus de’ Ligouri: “My Jesus, I believe that You are present in the Blessed Sacrament. I love You above all things, and I desire You in my soul. Since I cannot now receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. As though You are already there, I embrace You and unite myself wholly to You; do not let me ever be separated from You. Amen.”

6. After moments of silent adoration make all those acts of faith, humility, love, thanksgiving and offering that you usually express through prayers after Holy Communion.

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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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