Announcements & Bulletin


The St. Peter Parish family would like to invite you to a Mass of
Remembrance for your loved one and all who have died during this past year.

This Mass is scheduled for Monday, November 3rd and will be celebrated in church at 7:00PM.
If you would like, you could bring a photo of your loved one and place it on a table in front of the altar before Mass starts. You can then take your photo back again after Mass is over.
You are also welcome to bring a flower (maybe your loved one’s favorite) and after the homily you will be invited to bring this flower to the altar where we will make a bouquet in memory of all our loved ones.

We hope that you will be able to attend this Mass to praise God and to pray for all who have gone before us.

If anyone needs a ride to this special Mass, please call Carole Bernsen at 314-965-0528 or Sharon Hartman at 314-822-1047. 

St. Peter Pastoral Visitors

Christ told us that when we visit and comfort the sick, we also serve Him. The Pastoral Visitors in St. Peter Parish live Stewardship by visiting and praying with parishioners in long term care and assisted living facilities, as well as those recently discharged to rehabilitation facilities. Members bring these parishioners the comfort and compassion of Our Lord and continue His loving ministry today.

You may be interested in the St. Peter Pastoral Visitors ministry if:

·         You know friends or family members in our parish community who are currently in a local hospital, long term/assisted care facility, or a rehabilitation center who would welcome parish visitors and/or be included on a prayer list.

·         You feel called to be a pastoral visitor and/or prayer partner yourself.

If you have interest or questions about this service ministry, please contact Kay Komotos, 984-0054 or


Trivia Night Sponsored by Beyond Housing
Please join us for a Trivia Night on November 15, 2014 at 7pm in the St. Peter O'Donnell Parish Center! Click here for more information. 

Sts. Teresa & Bridget Food Pantry

In August we will collect checks and cash for the purchase of additional food. Food donations are welcome anytime.

319 East Adams, Kirkwood (block and a half east of the YMCA). Please donate cans that are no larger than 30 ounces, anything larger is difficult to carry for all of us. 


Peace in Motion

Tai Chi is back! Join the Peace in Motion classes at 9:00AM on Thursday in Ursuline Hall. Just $5 a class. Learn gentle movement that clears the body of tensions, focuses the mind, and renews the spirit. 


Traveling Chalice Program
The Traveling Chalice Program is designed to pray for religious vocations. Parishioners are asked to take the chalice home and display it in a place of honor, where all throughout the week they can notice it. Parishioners will pray around the chalice every night for vocations to the priesthood and religious life. Prayers for vocations will accompany the chalice. You can choose which Mass your family would like to receive the chalice. If you are interested in signing up for a week please call Mary Carol Schilli at 314-520-0395 for more information. 

Rosary for the USA
Yes, we’re praying for bishops, priests, the Supreme Court, every citizen, government officials, and all from Alabama to Wyoming! Our causes are for leadership, wisdom, humility, contrition, and honor. We pray that all of our God-given liberties will be respected and protected.

Please join your fellow parishioners every Sunday (except holidays) at 5:00 PM in The Gathering Space in church.