St. Blase Blessing
Wednesday, February 3rd
The annual blessing of St. Blase will be given on his feast day, Feb. 3, at the 11:40 am and 1:15 pm Masses. The blessing will also be given at Masses on Sunday, Feb. 7. Please call 312-372-5111 to reserve a space at Mass.
Wednesday, February 17th
Ashes Distribution at Conclusion of
Scripture Services and Masses
8 am, 9 am, 10 am; 2 pm, 3 pm
11 am, 12 pm, 1 pm
Please call 312-372-5111 to reserve a space at
Masses or the Scripture Services.
Confessions on Ash Wednesday
10:30 am until 3:00 pm—Lower Level
No reservation required for Confessions.
Masses Have Resumed at St. Peter's Church
A Reservation is required to attend Mass.
Call 312-372-5111 to make a reservation.
Office open Monday through Friday, 9 am to 6 pm;
Saturday, 10:30 am to 4:30 pm.
Mondays through Fridays
Mass Times: 11:40 am & 1:15 pm
Church Open - 11:15 am until 2:15 pm
Mass Times: 9 am and 11 am
Church Open - 8:30 am until 12:30 pm
Confession - No Reservation Required
Mondays through Saturdays
10:30 am until 3 pm
Room B in the Lower Level Auditorium
Everyone entering the building must wear
a face mask at all times and practice social distancing.
Next Session Spring 2021
Registration Has Begun
Program will take place via ZOOM
Fridays, 12-1 pm
Feb. 19, 26; March 5, 12, 19, 26, 2021
The Passion and Resurrection Narrative of Jesus
The gospel stories of the passion and resurrection of Jesus are at the core of Christian faith, revealing the nature of God, the person Jesus, and the path of every disciple. Explore these essential stories in the unique accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.
Commentary, study and reflection questions, prayer, and access to recorded lectures are included in the 6 Lessons. Fr. Derran Combs, O.F.M., Ph.D. will facilitate the ZOOM sessions.
Before tuning into the Little Rock ZOOM live sessions, registered participants are asked to prepare by reading the assigned lessons in advance from the textbook.
$12 Program Fee payable by cash or check includes book. To register please call 312-853-2376; or email [email protected].
Zoom Mass Schedule
Sundays, 5 pm Mass
St. Peter's Fr. Ed Shea, O.F.M. is celebrating Mass via Zoom on Sundays at 5 pm from the Second Floor Chapel at St. Peter’s Church. If you’d like to attend these Masses on your computer or smart device, please use the following code:
Coming in February
Black Lives Matter
A Conversation from a Catholic Perspective
Videos can be viewed on St. Peter’s YouTube Channel
Blacks Who Participated in the Slave Trade
Fr. Elric Sampson, O.F.M.
How the Black Lives Matter Movement
Compares to Previous Black Liberation Struggles
Mr. Gardis Watts, Jr.
Franciscan Spirituality and Black Lives Empowerment
Fr. Abraham Joseph, O.F.M.
What Are Black Bishops and Catholic Theologians
Saying about Racial Justice?
Bishop Joseph N. Perry, J.C.L.
Spiritual Direction is now available.
Meet with Sr. Fran Sulzer FSPA, D. Min or
Br. Guillermo Morales, OFM.
Consult bulletin for more information.
Psychology At Lunch
Mondays - 12:15-12:45 pm CT
Presented on ZOOM
To participate, email: [email protected]
Now in it’s 30th Year!
Mind, Body and Soul Skills for the Journey
Overcome 5 Obstacles to Keeping Promises to Yourself
Jan. 25: Obstacle #1 Promises as "Shoulds"
Feb. 1: Obstacle #2 Promises To Prove Your Self Worth
Feb. 8: Obstacle #3 Promises Dictated by Perfectionism
Feb. 15: Obstacle #4 Self-Sabotage in Keeping Promises
Feb. 22: Obstacle #5 Maintaining Your Promises to Yourself
Psychologist Dr. Jerry Hiller and Marilyn Rochon MA, LCPC guide participants in the pursuit of stress relief, self-acceptance, self-efficacy, and developing a sense of purpose. Participants learn to increase self-confidence, navigate through loss and depression, and improve relationships with themselves, others and God. The sessions combine practical psychology with the life-giving ways of St. Francis of Assisi.