Today's Gospel gives Peter all the prominence we Catholics usually do ascribe to that apostle. Even though it was "the beloved disciple" who recognized the Lord, Peter listened to him and acted on his insight, jumping into the sea to swim to Jesus. When Jesus told "them" to bring the fish they had just (miraculously) caught, it was Peter who went authoritatively to the boat and hauled the net ashore.
Peter's boat is tossing in pretty rough waters these days, to be sure. Maybe that is why my ears perked up the other day when at Mass the priest added an invocation at the prayer of the faithful concerning the Year for Priests and St. John Vianney. "Of course!" I said to myself, "It's the Pope's fault....for making this the Year for Priests. He should have known that the powers of hell would do all they could to discredit and discourage every priest in the Church." (Far be it from the enemy of mankind to seek to bring down only those within easy reach, who have already surrendered in some way to his twisted suggestions.)
All the more reason to spend these last just under three months of the Year for Priests in intense prayer for priests--and for priestly vocations.