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Our Road to Emmaus

These disciples found Christ in the midst of the ordinary act of a meal – may we also have “aha” moments of recognition and continue…
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Anxiety and Mercy

Change in and of itself is neither good nor bad, it’s just different. There is benefit in accepting that some things in our lives have…
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Everyone Counts

An accurate count is more crucial than ever to the benefit of millions of citizens. If you have not already completed your census questionnaire, please…
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A Note about Communion

Some parishioners have asked about taking communion during this time of physical separation. Learn more about “Spiritual Communion,” an early practice of the Church.
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Caring for Our Historic Home

We are truly blessed at St. Peter’s with three beautiful buildings and a lovely memorial garden. These facilities provide us with a multitude of work,…
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The Music of Transfiguration

Join us this Sunday for an awe-inspiring musical experience of Transfiguration. Blending with the organ and choir, King’s pre-recorded sounds create an other-worldly, ethereal quality…
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Beloved

On this Feast of the Baptism of our Lord, may we remember our identity as Beloved children of God, redeemed in the waters of baptism…
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Fellow Runners: Stop and Be.

There are many wonderful aspects of being on the parish retreat at Kanuga. But what sets this apart from any other experience we might have…
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