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Entries for September 2020

Blessing of the Animals - Oct. 4

Posted on September 22, 2020 in: General News

Father John will celebrate the Feast Day of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals, by blessing family pets! Join him at 12 pm Sunday, Oct. 4 outside the front of church for the Blessing of the Pets! Bring your dogs, cats, rabbit, hamsters, fish and any other animal you would like blessed. This event is weather dependent and will last about 15 minutes. 

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Beginning Sept. 20 during the 10:30 am Mass every Sunday, children from kindergarten to second grade are invited to come forward and head to the Msgr. O’Toole Room for a special children’s liturgy. Father will call them forward during Mass for a special blessing when it is time for them to exit. This is a great way to get the children interested in attending Mass each week and hearing the Gospel in a kid friendly way. We are always looking for help with this special ministry. If you are interested, contact Alicia Albus at aaalbus@yahoo.com

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Buy Christmas Wreaths NOW!

Posted on September 08, 2020 in: General News

DEADLINE TO PURCHASE: Monday, Sept. 28 Wreaths will be delivered Nov. 28  See below for description and click here to purchase! Proceeds support the Class of 2021 at Mary Queen of Peace School, their events and their charitable activites. 

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We Need Your Help!

Posted on September 04, 2020 in: General News

Are you looking for ways to serve the parish community? Do you enjoy being around teens filled with excitement? We need your help! Mary Queen of Peace Youth Ministry is in need of volunteers to assist in regular programming. This includes Sunday Life Night, Wednesday Summit, and other events such as retreats. If you are interested, please contact Chris Grote, our Director of Youth Minisrty, at youthministry@mqpwg.org

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Due to unforeseen circumstances, Father Bob Lampert, Ph.D' talk about the Second Vatican Council is CANCELED for this Wednesday. We will let you know if/when it is rescehduled.

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