St. Peter Parish



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The World says

If you have love in your life it can make up for a great many things you lack. If you don't have it, no matter what else there is, it's not enough.

Ann Landers

The Bible says

Do not forget My teaching, but keep My commands in your heart, for they will prolong your life many years and bring you prosperity. Let love and faithfulness never leave you.

Proverbs 3:1-3

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I will not take for granted the things closest to my heart. I will cherish them as I would my lifefor without them life is meaningless.

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St. Peter Parish

St. Peter Parish is located at Commonwealth Ave., the biggest road in the Philippines.

Acting upon the pastoral needs of the People of God, and with the recommendation of the College of Consultors and the Archdiocesan Office for Research and Development (AORD), hereby establish, by virtue of this Decree, the Parish of St.Peter, New Capitol Estates,Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City.

The Parish is bound by
Batasan Road in the North, Tandang Sora in the South and Commonwealth Avenue in the West

St. Peter Parish began in 1993 upon her formal erection as a parish like a mustard seed, with no parish church and even without the site for which to build the church.

Equipped only with faith the size of a mustard seed, her first Parish Priest, Rev. Fr. Gerardo R. Tapiador and the First Parish Council were able to acquire the site in 1994 on an installment basis.

Construction of the church began in 1995 and the level of the main church was adequately completed in 1999. His eminence, (+)Jaime L. Cardinal Sin, DD, Archbishop of Manila, formally dedicated the Church and consecrated her altar on August 15, 1999.The feast day is on February 22.

Parish Priest

Rev. Fr. Antonio Labiao Jr.