St. Peter Parish, Pacifica, California

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Listen to our new Podcasts

You can hear our Advent Mission if you missed it or listen to a recent educational presentation about the Clergy Abuse Crisis.  We will be adding more in the future.  Just click here
Father Phan will be hearing confessions every Friday of Lent from 6 pm to 8 pm
FULL  LENTEN SCHEDULE (Click Here)
CAROLYN TOUGHER MEMORIAL MASS MONICA OLSEN MEMORIAL MASS
HOUSING INFORMATION
KINDERGARTEN AND PRE-K PHOTO SLIDE SHOW LOW GLUTEN COMMUNION HOSTS AVAILABLE
ST. PETER'S CHILDREN'S LITURGY OF THE WORD CONTINUES

HOUSING INFORMATION POSTED IN NARTHEX OF CHURCH

For your information: Flyers are posted in the narthex of the church each month with updated housing listings.   They are also available here.

Housing Offered   Housing Needed   Interested in Home Sharing? 

CAROLYN TOUGHER MEMORIAL MASS

Carolyn Tougher, 84, passed away on February 26, 2019.  A Memorial Mass will be held on April 12, 2019 at 3 pm at St. Peters.

MONICA OLSEN MEMORIAL MASS

Monica Olsen, 85, long-time parishioner of St. Peters, passed away early Thursday morning, February 7, following a recent illness. A Memorial Mass is planned for March 23, 11 am, at St. Peter Church.

Beloved by all who knew her, Monica was an active member of St. Peter parish.

Monica was a teacher at Mercy High School, SF and taught in our CCD program for many years.  Monica cared deeply for those suffering from homelessness, unaffordable housing in Pacifica and the plight of immigrants coming to our country to seek refuge, and for many years, up until her death, she was active In Faith in Action Bay Area, and FairRents4Pacifica/PacificaHousing4All.

Monica was a woman of deep faith, grace, humility and an inspiration to all who knew her, a great loss to our community.

When asked, once, why she persevered so strongly with her work for social justice, she replied, “When I meet Jesus, I want Him to know I tried to follow in his footsteps as well as I could.”

LOW GLUTEN COMMUNION HOSTS AVAILABLE

We now have low gluten (less than .002% gluten) communion hosts available for people who have severe food allergies or celiac disease. Procedure for receiving these hosts at communion time is to identify yourself to one of the acolytes prior to Mass, or when you come up in the communion line, tell the extraordinary minister or the priest that you would like the special host.