Today begins the season of Lent. If you are interested in diving deeper into your faith, here are some ways that St. Peter’s can help you out.
Confession: If you haven’t been in a long time, there isn’t any better time than now to renew your soul through God’s mercy. During Lent, St. Peter’s normally has confessions on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 4:30-5:15pm. You may also call to setup an appointment.
Prayer: Give some more time to God each day in prayer.
Daily Mass: 5:30pm M, Tu, Th, Fri; 12:15pm Wed
Lectio Divina: An ancient way of praying with scripture. 5:00-5:20pm on Mondays.
Divine Mercy Chaplet: 5:00-5:20 on Tuesdays.
Rosary: After 5:30pm Masses.
Adoration: Solemn Exposition & Benediction – Wed 5:30-6:30pm. Simple Exposition – Tues & Thurs 7:00-7:30am. . Thurs & Fri: 4:30-5:30pm.
Stations of the Cross: Fri at 7pm
Service/Almsgiving: Volunteer to serve with a charity. Make monetary or material donations to charities. Participate in 40 Days for Life, a constant peaceful prayer vigil for the unborn.
Fasting: Sacrifice something or reduce the amount of your consumption of something. Fast from social media or other modern conveniences.
Bible Study: Join a Bible Study and discover more about God’s personal love for you. If your faith is something that feels routine or lukewarm, this is a great way to change that. Contact Marcus at: email@example.com
Study: Pick up a book to read to deepen your faith. Matthew Kelly’s Rediscover Catholicism is available for free at the center. Listen to a CD or talk about the faith. See our Lighthouse Media display or see the link on our website.