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10950 Main St. Clarence, NY 14031 

(716) 759-8554 

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MASS TIMES/HOURS

SATURDAY: 4:30pm               SUNDAY: 6:30, 8:00 and 10:00am

Monday: 8:00am Tuesday-Thursday: 6:30 & 8:00am, Friday: 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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Our Lady of Peace Church

10950 Main St. Clarence, NY 14031

Rectory - 716.759.8554

               

A Message from Fr. Walter

THIRD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Jesus calls the disciples near the beginning of his ministry. And he called them two by two, the brothers Simon and Andrew, and James and John. These were fishermen, in some ways the ancient equivalent of today’s highly skilled blue-collar workers. They worked with their hands, as even the “mending their nets” indicates. At the invitation of Jesus, they all leave behind their way of life to follow him. Modern calls to discipleship are scarcely so dramatic. But the imagery presented in Matthew’s Gospel speaks to us when we imagine putting away prior commitments that tend to disintegrate in the face of an invitation from Jesus. We may hear the same call to put aside the tedious, monotonous activities that mark our lives and enter into a new relationship with him. This relationship will ultimately lead to a putting away of our entire selves, a dying to ourselves, so that we might rise with him. And that is the paschal mystery. At this, the beginning of Jesus’ ministry, we hear the call to follow him to the point of forsaking our very selves. In so doing, we will be raised to new life with him.

Fr. Walt

 

 

 

 

Fr. Walt's Weekly Message

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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.

 

Formed

Formed is a Catholic online streaming service that provides movies, books, educational materials, documentaries, daily reflections, seasonal programs, lives of the saints, and so much more; all at no cost to our parishioners.

It is an amazing resource for our children, teens and adults that the Knights of Columbus and Holy Name members are proud to make available to everyone.

Many parishes throughout the country and in our own diocese, have made this program available to their communities and now we have it.

Use the links below to signup/view content.

formed.org/signup

formed.org

Weekly Bulletin

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New Organ

Click on picture above to see the video of the new organ being installed into the choir loft for Our Lady of Peace 100th Year of the Founding of our Parish.

Our sincere THANKS to the many parishioners who contributed to the organ drive!

Parish Mobile App

The WeConnect Parish App is available on Google's Play Store and the Apple App Store.

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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.

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

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.

Our Lady of Peace RC Church, 10950 Main St., Clarence NY 14031