Adult Faith Formation

                       THURSDAY EVENING IN-PERSON SERIES                                   

February 18th              Why Lent? - Fr. Pat Beidelman

February 25th              Why Pray? - Deacon Nate Schallert

March 4th                    Why Pray? TBD

March 11th                  Why Give? - Deacon Nate Schallert

March 18th                  Sin, Penance & Reconciliation – Fr. Pat Beidelman

March 25th                  Entering into Holy Week – Fr. Pat Beidelman


Reflection begins at 6:00pm in the Church following 5:15 evening Mass.  Masks and social distancing required. 





The Cathedral of SS Peter & Paul will offer stations of the cross each Friday evening during Lent beginning Friday February 19th at 6PM.  We encourage all to join us in person (masks and social distancing required).  Rather than “walking the stations” everyone will remain at their seat (spread out into groups of 2 seats). 


If you are interested in being a leader or cross bearer, contact Diana Hay at [email protected] or call (317) 634-4519. 

This Lent, we invite you to make a pilgrimage to the cross with 7 extraordinary women and men of God.  Come and journey with Blessed Sára Salkhaházi through Nazi-occupied Hungary, with Venerable Augustus Tolton through late-19th century Illinois, with Dorothy Day, St. Martin de Porres, St. Oscar Romero and more.  Anne Lustig will lead us in prayer, discussion and reflection on the book “No Unlikely Saints”.  To register for this event, contact Maureen Riley at [email protected] or (317) 292-5399. 


Lent comes providentially to reawaken us, to shake us from our lethargy.                                       – Pope Francis



Daily Mass

  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday
  • 5:15 PM @ SS Peter & Paul
  • Tuesday, Thursday 5:15 PM @ St. Mary
  • Tuesday, Thursday 12:00 Noon @ SS Peter & Paul
  • Tuesday, Friday 7:30 PM @ St. Mary (Spanish)


Confessions following 5:15 daily Mass at both parishes (and before Spanish Masses at St. Mary)


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