Queen of Peace
Message From Bishop Kagan
on the Sunday Mass Obligation
The Sunday Mass Obligation will be reinstated February 20, 2021, please watch this video from Bishop Kagan on the Sunday Mass Obligation
Liturgy of the Word & Communion Service
During Lent, the deacons will be offering a Liturgy of the Word and Communion Service on Mondays at 12:10.
Station of the Cross
Fridays at 5:30
The Stations of the Cross will be prayed every Friday of Lent in the Church Sanctuary. Immediately following the Stations, the Divine Mercy Chaplet will be sung.
Lenten Penance Services
Lenten Penance Services at Queen of Peace:
Sunday, March 28 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm.
Tuesday, March 30 from 6:30pm to 8:00pm.
The Knights of Columbus Soup and Breadsticks to go will begin 2/26/2021 following the Divine Mercy Chaplet
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American Catholic History
Episode 84: Mary Edmonia Lewis
Mary Edmonia Lewis was a black Catholic woman who became a great sculptor. Tom and Noelle Crowe tells us that in order to overcome prejudice against her, she moved to Rome from the US early on and it wasn't
until recently that Lewis received recognition for her great art.
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Please Keep in your Prayers:
Sharissa Marco, Catherine Bahley, Jackie Kovash, Samantha Seiler, Brenna Booke, Lacey Muth, Marge Burwick, Jim Sullivan, Ron Bleth, Dolores Roy, Bertha Jahner, Hope Grosz, Cliff Davis, GladysRummel, Frances Bullinger, Alice Bezdicek, Rose Sickler, Marie Sickler, Suzi Bren, Ray Karsky, Albert Tormaschy, Katie Kautzman, Melinda Clark, Marilyn Kessel, Rick Weinand, Shaun Haugen, Matthew Jahner, Jeff Bezdicek and a special intention of the Adolph & Dorothy Kostelecky Family.