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Mission Statement

St. Peter the Apostle Parish, of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Louisville, is committed to announcing the Good News of Jesus Christ and thus forming  its members into a community of disciples who make God's love known

Our Four Goals

Generate Parish Unity  
Live Our Faith Joyfully  
Nourish Our Faith Continually   
Proclaim Our Faith Through Action

Welcome to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Community

Our fundamental mission as a parish family is to announce the Good News of Jesus Christ and thus form our members into a community of disciples who make God’s love known.

We are all called to serve the Lord Jesus by celebrating the sacraments, educating our people in the truths of our faith and providing for physical, emotional and spiritual needs. With this purpose in mind, our parish offers many varied ministries and programs which engage and serve hundreds of people.

As we look forward to this next year at St. Peter the Apostle Parish, we pause to give thanks to the Lord, our God, for all the blessings received during our years together as a parish family. With God's help, and with the cooperation of all of us who make up this faith community, I trust that the goodness of the Lord will continue to shine upon us in the years to come. Thank you for your support and prayers. God bless all you good people.

Parish Discernment Process

In preparation for our parish’s participation in the parish discernment process, copies of the Archbishop’s Pastoral Letter and an accompanying study guide were available in the back of the church and are available online. Over the next several weeks, we invite all parishioners to read and prayerfully reflect on this letter and the study guide and consider participating in small group discussions which will help to inform the discussions held at our upcoming parish listening session. If you did not receive a copy of the pastoral letter, please pick one up at the back of the church or click the link below to download the Pastoral Letter and the Study Guide. Our Parish Listening will be October 29th after the 11:00 A.M. mass at St. Peter’s .
Archbishop's Pastoral Letter and Study Guide

Parish Pictorial Directory

Our Church is doing a new pictorial directory! We want everyone to get a new picture made so that our new directory will be complete. IT WON’T BE COMPLETE WITHOUT YOU! You can make your appointment at church on the sign-up sheets, or, you can click on the link below and make your appointment on-line. Please go ahead and do that now.

Pictorial Directory Appointment Scheduling
Photo dates are: November 9-12, 16-19, 25-28, 2017 Please allow approximately 1 hour for your appointment. You will have a professional photography session, see your proofs immediately on computer and have the opportunity to purchase extra portraits for family and friends.

The Fatima Centennial Celebration begins on May 13th 2017 and runs through October 13th 2017. Click below for local options to celebrate the 100th Anniversary.


Sep 30St Andrew Academy Homecoming
Oct 3St Vincent DePaul Meeting, 7pm, Parish Life Center
Oct 6Eucharistic Adoration, 4-6pm, St Peter the Apostle
Oct 9Bereavement Committee, 10am, Parish Life Center
Oct 12Knights of Columbus, 7-9pm, Parish Life Center
Oct 20Eucharistic Adoration, 4-6pm, St Peter the Apostle
Oct 24Ladies Club, 6:30pm, Parish Life Center
Oct 26Friendship Club, 6pm, Parish Life Center

Events Calendar

October 2017

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Mass Schedule

SATURDAY - 4:30 pm
SUNDAY - 8:30 am, 10:45 am (Spanish at SAA), & 11:00 am
WEEKDAY - 8 am (see bulletin)

St Peter the Apostle Parish: 5-year Strategic Plan