Welcome to St. Peter Cathedral

Dear Friends in Christ,

Followers of Jesus for many generations at St. Peter Cathedral have joined hands and hearts in living their faith. Far from being like other American Cathedrals, ours has a parish and a life beyond the diocesan Church our Cathedral stands for.

We offer this guide to the many opportunities St. Peter's offers to help you and future families to discover the spiritual, social, and gospel-based ministries among us. Volunteer groups abound, and increase life-giving spirit to all who work, pray, and recreate together in the name of Jesus.

We invite you and your family to find out for yourselves that Christian life is more than a Sunday morning break from the usual world. You will be glad you did.

  • November 23, 2014

    On Sunday, November 23 at the 11:00 am mass, the Sacrament of the Sick will be offered to anyone undergoing surgery, suffering from a chronic illness, etc. and those advanced in age.

  • November 9, 2014

    St. Peter's Communion Breakfast following 8:30 am Mass on November 9th in St. Peter's School Cafeteria.

  • November 2, 2014

    Remember to turn your clocks back one (1) hour on November 2nd

  • Sunday, November 2, 2014

    Remembering our loved ones who have gone before us this past year at a special All Souls Day Mass at 11 am  - Bishop Persico, Celebrant

Mission Statement

St. Peter Cathedral Parish is a Roman Catholic Christian community of believers gathered together to worship God in joy. Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit we seek to proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ, celebrate the uniqueness and diversity of our people and charitably minister to all our brothers and sisters.

New Parishioners

New Parishioners are warmly welcomed to the Cathedral.

You may register your family by printing out the Census Form and mailing it or placing it in the offertory basket.