Updated events during the week

Letter from Bishop Powers

Bishop James Powers sent a letter to all parishes of the dioceses, asking that it be copied and inserted into the weekly bulletin and published on the parish website.

Click here to read his letter


December Holy Day/holiday schedule of Masses at St. Peter's:

Immaculate Conception Masses (this is a holy day of obligation)

Friday, December 7, 5:15 PM

Saturday, December 8, Noon (this Mass fulfills the obligation for Immaculate Conception, but NOT for the Second Sunday of Advent)

Note that the Saturday Mass in anticipation of the Second Sunday in Advent is at it's usual time, 4 PM


Christmas Eve - 4 PM (Come early, the church and the parking lot fill up fast!)

Christmas Day - 10 AM

Solemnity of Mary, the Holy Mother of God - (a holy day of obligation)

December 31 - 4 PM Mass

December 31 - 11 PM Eucharistic Adoration

December 31/January 1 - Midnight Mass





Book Resources

Forming Intentional Disciples, by Sherry Waddell

 We Lack for Nothing by Rich Curran

Rebuilt: Awakening the Faith, Reaching the Lost, and Making Church Matter


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NEW EVENT: Wine and Cheese Saturday (to be held on the Saturday before Doughnut Sunday). 


New Mass Time on Sunday

The new schedule for Masses will begin September 8th and 9th, the weekend after Labor Day, and is as follows:


Saturday, 4:00 PM           St. Peter, Eagle River

Sunday,    7:30 AM           St. Mary, Phelps

Sunday,    9:15 AM           St. Albert, Land o’ Lakes

Sunday   11:00 AM           St. Peter, Eagle River


Pope Francis' Apostolic Exhortation "Gaudete et Exsultate"


Part-Time Music Minister

St. Peter the Fisherman Parish in Eagle River is seeking a Part-Time Music Minister to plan and lead liturgical music for worship.  We’re looking for someone with a passion for music who is grounded in the Catholic faith and has an understanding of how liturgical music fits into the worship life of the parish.  Requirements:  Strong keyboard skills; familiarity with various forms of liturgical music; Musical Direction experience is preferred. Requirements and preferences may be negotiable with an experienced and proven individual.  Duties to include music selection, preparation, and rehearsal, musical accompaniment as well as forming and directing choir(s).  Recruit, train, and schedule cantors, choir members and other instrumentalists. Must be available most weekends and some evenings and willing to work collaboratively in the overall liturgical preparation.  Interested persons may contact the parish office for an application at info@stpeterseagleriver.org   or 715-479-8704.




 Saturday Evenings, 3:00 to 3:30 pm

 During Lent, from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM prior to Stations of the Cross.



Over 50 Spirituality Group

This group meets each 3rd Thursday of the Month in the 4 Seasons Room at St. Peter's