Altar Society (“Women Caring and Serving”)
The nickname “Women Caring and Serving” expresses our function within the parish, while continuing the rich history in the St Peter Altar Society name. Our focus continues to be service to the parish to participate where we are able. We meet from September to May on the 2nd Monday of each month in the Bishops Room @ 7:00 pm. An on-going function of our group is taking care of the funeral luncheons for our parish members. We rely on volunteers to help with setting tables, serving the food, and clean-up, including dish-washing. We encourage anyone to sign up and to be placed on a rotating call list when helpers are needed. Many hands make light work. The Spring Bazaar is an important fund raiser to help various needs of the priests and parish, such as purchase vestments and other church items. Our bazaar provided a $4,000 contribution toward replacement of our 40 year old dishwasher. Our December project is Christmas cookies for shut-ins. We provide home-made goodies and meet to package them together and enjoy fellowship. This replaces a regular meeting on the 2nd Tuesday for the month of December. On occasion we are asked to provide baked goods for church functions. If you are willing to bake for these events, please let us know so we can have your name on a calling list to fill that need. This list may also be used for our spring bazaar. We receive from our parish community various requests for help and would like to accommodate these when given enough time to plan and to contact our volunteers.
This group, open to all men of our area, meets normally on the second and fourth Saturdays at 8:45 a.m. to 10 a.m. in the Media Room. We gather to strengthen our faith and call as Catholic men through a variety of studies with videos and discussion, Bible studies, Apologetics studies and prayer together.
Contacts: John Trudeau (906) 249-9903
Msgr. Michael Steber (906) 226-6548
Hearts of Mercy Charismatic Prayer Group
This group, open to anyone in our area, meets on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. to about 8 p.m. in the Media Room of the Cathedral. Weekly prayer meetings foster praise and worship of the Lord through songs, spontaneous prayer, Scripture readings, openness to the gifts of the Holy Spirit, teachings and intercession. Following regular meetings, prayer teams are available to pray with anyone who requests prayer for various needs. The group is under the pastoral guidance of Msgr. Michael Steber, the Bishop’s Liaison for the Charismatic Renewal in the Diocese.
Contacts: Diana Nelson (906) 249-1210
Vicki Rickets (906) 869-2137
Leeann Sundberg (906) 869-0243
St. Vincent de Paul Society
To become a member of St. Vincent de Paul Society or for more information, please contact Jan Keto at 226-7366.
Marquette Frassati Society
Founded in 2009 by the four Catholic churches in the Marquette, Michigan area, this group reaches out to young adults and families to offer spiritual enrichment, fellowship, and charitable opportunities to its members. The Frassati Society is dedicated to the memory of Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati, who lived from 1901 until 1925. He is remembered for his charitable acts to the poor in Turin, Italy and his enthusiasm for the great outdoors. All events are communicated through our Facebook page ~ hope to meet you at Mass and an event!
Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic fraternal organization. Founded in 1882 by Father Michael McGivney, the organization has grown from several members in one council to more than 14,000 councils and 1.8 million members throughout the United States, Canada, the Philippines, Mexico, Poland, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Panama, the Bahamas, the Virgin Islands, Cuba, Guatemala, Guam, Saipan, Lithuania, Ukraine, and South Korea.
The Msgr. Nolan B. McKevitt Council 689 of the Knights of Columbus membership is primarily parishioners of St. Michael and St. Peter Cathedral parishes in Marquette. Meetings are held monthly on the second Monday beginning at 7 p.m. Please visit https://marquettekofc.org/ for more information.
The St. Peter Cathedral Community Meals are typically held on the last Friday of each month in the Parish Hall. Anyone who wishes to enjoy a free meal and good fellowship is welcome. Anyone interested in volunteering can contact the parish office at 226-6548.
Inmates at Marquette Branch Prison are served by Fr. Jeff Johnson assigned to that ministry along with other local priests offering two weekly Masses. For visits to inmates at the Jail, please contact the priests or deacons at the Cathedral at 226-6548.
Parishioners are encouraged to visit the Blessed Sacrament Chapel and spend time in Eucharistic Adoration. This devotion has been a beautiful source of parish renewal as well as a way of strengthening individual spirituality. Adorers may commit to spend one hour per week in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament, or, you may simply come to the chapel whenever you are able.
Information on the Adoration Tabernacle can be found at this link.
Please call Jim Dowling at (906) 250-4454 for information.
Claves Regni – Northern Apostle Radio
Claves Regni Ministries is a lay Catholic apostolate dedicated to leading all people into the fullness of truth found in the Catholic Church under her Supreme Pontiff, the Successor of St. Peter, who holds and keeps the keys of the Kingdom (“Claves Regni”) of heaven as the Vicar of Christ. The Apostolate has held events to foster better understanding of Catholic faith and teaching, and to that end has established Northern Apostle Radio WNOA 103.9 FM as our local Catholic Radio ministry. The station is a low-power FM station, managed by Tim and Fae Presley, featuring EWTN programing and some local programing. The Sunday 10:30 a.m. Mass at St. Peter Cathedral is broadcast by WNOA every Sunday. Please tune in and enjoy the programs!
This group was established to assist the pastor of the Cathedral in discerning the vision, goals, and actions for evangelization in our area. The group developed the parish five year plan for evangelization in response to Bishop John Doerfler’s call for all parishes and missions to do so. The Evangelization Team meets once a month for prayer, discussion, planning and evaluating efforts for helping people encounter the Lord, to grow in prayer, to be a welcoming parish, to help people know the richness of our Catholic faith, and to equip them as disciples in mission.
Altar Servers, Eucharistic Ministers, Lectors – Ministry Schedule Sept – Nov 2019
Ushers – Usher Schedule 2019