Welcome to Our Lady of Peace!

10950 Main St. Clarence, NY 14031 

(716) 759-8554 

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Mass is livestreamed Sundays at 10am; Mon, Wed, and Thur at 8am

Mass Times/Hours

Saturday: 4:30pm

Sunday: 6:30, 8:00 and 10:00am

Mon: 8:00am Tue-Thur: 6:30 & 8:00am, Fri: 6:30am

Confessions: Sat 3:30-4:00pm, and on request

Eucharistic Adoration:Wed 8:30am-6:00pm

Rectory Office hours: Mon-Thur 8:30am-2:30pm, Fri 9:00am-noon

                                       

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Scholarship for High School Seniors

The OLP Holy Name and Altar and Rosary Societies are offering $500 scholarships for two high school seniors planning to attend a two or four year college or trade school upon graduation.

Applicants must be a member of Our Lady of Peace Parish, have received the Sacrament of Confirmation and complete the attached application. Applications must be returned by Monday, May 2nd, 2022.

 

Scholarship Application

OUR LADY OF PEACE

100TH ANNIVERSARY

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FAMILY WEEKEND, JUNE 10-12TH

 

****Friday, June 10th****

6:00 PM

5K Run/Walk

 

Click here to for more information and registration

****Saturday June 11th****

Ice Cream Social

following the 4:30 Mass

in the Parish Center

****Sunday June 12th****

Chicken Barbecue and Field Day

 following the 10:00 Mass

in the Pavilion and field behind the Church

 

 

 

From the desk of Fr. Walter

MAY 22, 2022

SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER 

In the Last Supper discourse of John’s Gospel Jesus carefully prepares the disciples for the time when he will no longer be with them in the way they are used to. His physical presence in the human body they are accustomed to might be gone, but he wants them to know in no uncertain terms that he will still dwell with them through his word, his peace, and the Holy Spirit.

We live in the time of waiting – the time after Jesus’ ascension to the Father but before the fulfillment of the kingdom of God. In this time of waiting and building the kingdom of God Jesus reassures us as well that he will dwell with us always, even when we can’t see him.

Our lives as disciples require that we cultivate these gifts of the Lord. That we love his word with our whole heart, mind, soul, and self. That we take time to experience and receive Jesus’ peace so that we might share it with others. That we know the Holy Spirit through prayer and worship. The first Easter season when Jesus appeared to his disciples after his resurrection was a time of joy and a time of transition. Jesus knew his disciples would need time to integrate this new reality. And so it is with us. We have experienced the great fast of Lent, the solemnity of the Holy Triduum and the overwhelming joy of Easter. Now we are given time to integrate these new spiritual insights into our own life before we return to the routine rhythm of Ordinary Time. How will your life be different after encountering Jesus in his word, peace, and Spirit anew?

 

Fr. Walt's Weekly Video Message

 

Youth Ministry 

Sundays at the Barn

Sunday June 12th

Chicken BBQ and Field Day

SUNDAYS AFTER THE 10:00 MASS UNTIL 12:30

All Youth, grades 6-12, are encouraged to come to the Barn for
Prayer, Service, Food And FUN!!

Questions? E-mail Karen Abt, [email protected]

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Saturday Mass & Fun Nights

Saturday May 14th...join the rest of our Parish Family in watching the movie "Fatima" 

Every third Saturday, we will attend the 4:30 Mass, 
assisting with ushering and lectoring.
After Mass…Dinner & Movie/Fun night in the Parish Center or Barn!!!

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St. Stanislaus and the Broadway Market

 

 

Eucharistic Adoration

Every Wednesday, from 8:30am-6:00pm, in the Church

O Come Let Us Adore Him!!

The Catechism quotes Pope John Paul II: "The Church and the world have a great need for Eucharistic worship. Jesus awaits us in this sacrament of love. Let us not refuse the time to go to meet him in adoration, in contemplation full of faith, and open to making amends for the serious offenses and crimes of the world. Let our adoration never cease." (CCC, 1380)

Consider signing up for an hour to pray before the Blessed Sacrament.  Adorers are always welcome to stop in and spend time with our Lord.

 

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Parish Mobile App

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You can easily receive messages; check the calendar, bulletins, daily readings; and make donations through the App. The App links to our Parish website.

Once you have downloaded the app, select Our Lady of Peace Parish. From the menu, go to Message Settings and toggle the switch to green to receive notifications from our Parish.

Road to Renewal

The Diocese has embarked on a journey to optimize more fully parish and diocesan resources, and, importantly, increase the reach and impact of our varied ministries throughout Western New York.  See the Road to Renewal website for more information.

Update from December 3, 2021:

Greetings from Our Pastor, Fr. Walt 

I send warm greetings to you. I am Father Walter Szczesny, the Pastor of Our Lady of Peace Parish. I invite you to discover and explore our Parish website. I hope you will find it informative and interesting. 

     I also invite you to discover the vibrant Liturgical and Ministerial life of our parish. Perhaps you can see yourself becoming involved in our mission to imitate Christ as we are attentive to the needs of others. My door is always open should you have questions or wish to dialogue on your faith journey.

     May God continue to bless you and your family,

       - Fr. Walter Szczesny

 

Sunday Obligation

The obligation to attend Holy Mass on the Lord’s Day is a sacred one. Anyone who is frail or at risk due to advanced age or medical conditions is always excused from this obligation.

However, those who are healthy and not at great risk, the presumption of the faithful should be that, unless they are at an enhanced risk, sick, or caring for others who are at risk or sick, are obligated to attend Sunday Mass.  

Click here to read the full Statement on a Return to Sunday Mass by the Roman Catholic Bishopsof the Upstate New York Dioceses of Buffalo, Ogdensburg, Rochester and Syracuse

Connect! Sunday Reflection

Sunday Reflection for April 24th

The Divine Mercy of Jesus

Weekly reading

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