We Are a Thriving Parish

 

St. Peter Catholic Church is dedicated to the restoration of the sacred, the active promotion of the Gospel and fidelity to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church. A home to both English- and Spanish-speaking peoples, the church building is located on the outskirts of Omaha's downtown.

St. Peter parishioners come from all over Omaha and beyond because they are attracted to the parish's beautiful liturgies, uncompromising proclamation of the Gospel and friendly community. The parish provides catechesis for every age and much-needed relief to the poor and hungry; it is also a home for recent immigrants.

The parishioners of St. Peter Catholic Church believe the renewal of the Church will come primarily through the worthy and obedient celebration of the Eucharistic Sacrifice, the "source and summit of the Christian life" (Lumen Gentium, §11).

With sung Masses, four choirs specializing in chant, Mass parts in Latin, Masses celebrated both ad orientem and ad populum, altar boys, Eucharistic Exposition, the recitation of the Prayer to St. Michael after Masses, chanted Solemn Vespers on Sundays, and Holy Communion at the altar rail, St. Peter Catholic Church strives to celebrate the Sacred Liturgy within the centuries of rich Catholic tradition.

Want to learn more about the stained glass windows, sacred art, and theological themes of St. Peter Church? Order the book "This House You Are Building." Click here to learn more.    

A History of Saint Peter Catholic Church

A History of Saint Peter Catholic Church tells the rich story of one of Omaha's oldest parishes. Books are now available in the parish office! For more information click here.

 

 

 

 

Lifeboat Coffee   

Support St. Peter Catholic Church when you buy Lifeboat Coffee. Ten percent of all purchases will be donated to St. Peter Catholic Church. To order or for more information click here.

   

 


A Call to Battle / Un Llamado a la Batalla - A Short Film on 'Society's Crisis with Masculinity'   

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix released for the first time ever in its history a documentary-style short film that seeks to create awareness of a crisis in masculinity found in today's society. The film is entitled "A Call to Battle/Un Llamado a la Batalla" and it is in English with Spanish subtitles. To view the short film click here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mDzNm7cylw

For "Into the Breach" an Apostolic Exhortation to Catholic Men from Bishop Thomas J. Olmstead of the Diocese of Phoenix click here or for the pdf click here.

Para "Firme en la Brecha" una exhortación apostólica a los hombres católicos haga clic aquí o para el documento en pdf haga clic aquí.