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Presidents' Day - February 20
Monday, February 20, is Presidents' Day. The morning Mass will be at 9 AM in the church, and the Parish Office will be closed. However, since it is not a holiday for the Rutgers community, the Catholic Center will be open and 12:15 Mass will take place as usual.
"Infinity & Paradox" with Dr. Alexander Pruss - February 21
On Tuesday evening, February 21, well-known and widely published philosophy professor, Dr. Alexander Pruss from Baylor University, will be speaking on the topic: “Infinity and Paradox: A New Take on an Old Argument for the Existence of God”. His presentation begins at 7:30 PM in the Rutgers Philosophy Department, 106 Somerset Street (next to Barnes & Noble), 5th Floor. This event is free & open to the public. Sponsored by the Thomistic Institute, Rutgers University Chapter.
Eucharistic Adoration at St. Peter's
We are excited to offer extended opportunities for Eucharistic Adoration:
-Mondays from 1-10 PM in the Catholic Center Chapel, and
-Fridays from 8 AM - 5 PM in St. Peter's Church
St. Peter's Young Adults
St. Peter's is home to a growing, vibrant community of young adults. Our activities for young adults include spiritual and intellectual formation, Eucharistic Adoration, men's & women's groups, support for grad students, service opportunities and social events.
Online giving is convenient and consistent – no need to write a check or remember to bring your envelopes. It's automatic, yet you can make changes any time you need to. Consider using Online Giving to make your sacrificial contributions to your parish.
St. Peter's is a "University & Community Parish"
The decree of Bishop Paul G. Bootkoski, officially designating St. Peter's as the University Parish for the Catholic community at Rutgers, took effect on January 1, 2014. What does that mean for us?
Visiting St. Peter's Church - Directions & Parking Info
Coming to St. Peter's and need directions? We've got you covered!
We know that finding a place to park in our neighborhood has often been a hassle.