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** WE ARE CELEBRATING MASSES AT OUR NORMAL SCHEDULED TIMES. MASKS ARE TO BE WORN BY ALL WHO ATTEND MASS. SOCIAL DISTANCING PRACTICES ARE STILL IN EFFECT.**

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"Through the guidance of the Blessed Mother, we strive to help others to know, love and serve our God and each other."

Pastor's Corner: From the Desk of Fr. Dennis Schmidt...

Dear OLQP Family,

On behalf of our Parish I thank Archbishop Robert Carlson for his Leadership of our wonderful Archdiocese for the past 11 years.  He has provided us a great example for all by his pastoral leadership style and his dedication to the Church.

 I also want to say, Welcome to our New Archbishop Mitchell Rozanski!

 Archbishop Rozanski was installed as St. Louis’s 10th Archbishop on Tuesday, August 25th.   If you missed the streamed Installation Mass, you can still view it on Youtube.  To view click HERE

A little about Archbishop Mitchell Rozanski.  He was born in Baltimore, Maryland on August 6, 1958. He is the oldest of three sons born to Alfred and Jean Rozanski, both still living. His first brother Kenneth and his wife Lisa, have 2 daughters and a son. His youngest brother Albert and his wife Danielle have one son. All of the family members reside in Maryland. 

He was ordained to the priesthood by Archbishop William Borders on November 24, 1984. On July 3, 2004, Rozanski was appointed Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore. He was Ordained a bishop on August 24 of that same year. On June 19, 2014, Pope Francis named Rozanski the ninth bishop of the Diocese of Springfield (Massachusetts).[6] He was installed as such on August 12, 2014.  

Archbishop Rozanski selected the scripture passage "Serve The Lord With Gladness", from Psalm 100, for his own personal motto.  

In His initial address to the archdiocese, Archbishop Rozanski stressed his commitment to Christ’s (and Pope Francis’) call to serve the poor and disenfranchised by focusing on the Works of Mercy.  For these acts bring about the unique Joy that Jesus gives up.  A joy that continues to build and  strengthen the Church.

Please pray for Archbishop Mitchell Rozansk, as he takes on this new appointment.

For more information on Archbishop Mitchell Rozanski, please visit the Archdiocese website.

God Bless,

Fr. Dennis
Pastor

The Annual Catholic Appeal has resumed after a pause due to the regional shutdown with an invitation to make a gift that will help those in need; many who have been impacted by the Covid-19 outbreak in our archdiocese. Support of the Annual Catholic Appeal means thousands will find grace and mercy and have the resources they need.

As one Body, we make sacrifices for others, not because they are Catholic, but because We Are Catholic! Visit http://aca.archstl.org/ for more information. 

Many of you should have received a letter and pledge card from the Archdiocese.  You can return the card either to the Archdiocese or the parish.  If you did not receive a card, you can download a blank pledge card here.  

You can make your pledge online by clicking the "Donate Now" button on the ACA website: http://aca.archstl.org/.

 

DAILY MASS ONLINE

At this time, we invite you to view the online daily Mass from the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis.  Click Here for the daily Mass homepage.  

 

 

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OLQP Parish Ministries Highlight

After Weekend Masses
September 12th - 27th

In preparing to celebrate Stewardship Sunday on September 27th, we want to invite you to see just some ways our parishioners give their Time, Treasure and Talents to our parish community and others.

Over a three week period, about 18 or 20 ministries will be showcased in the parking lot immediately outside the church following the weekend masses. 

If you are looking for ways to become more involved in our parish community, please visit and see what we have to offer.  If you have a special knack or skill that you would like to share with our community, come on out and see which ministry or ministries can benefit from your assistance. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact John Bonsanti at john.bonsanti@olqpmo.org or call 636-671-0247.

Adult Faith Formation: Intro to Apologetics

You are invited to join us on Wednesdays this fall as we explore Catholic Apologetics.  

 Many individuals believe Faith & Reason do not go together.  But C.S. Lewis stated: “The Heart cannot celebrate what the mind rejects!”  For this truth, we must understand what our faith proclaims.

 In this workshop we will explore the basics of our faith using apologetics to explore  some of the following topics/questions.  What is Apologetics? What evidence outside scripture is there for God’s existance?  The divinity of Jesus. How can we talk about faith to people of other faiths or no-faith?

Workshops are all held on Wednesday evenings starting at 6:30pm in the Cafeteria starting September 23rd  and running until October 21st.

Cost is $15.00 for book

 If you are interested in registering, helping out or just curious for more information, please contact John Bonsanti at 636-671-0247 or john.bonsanti@olqpmo.org


Online Giving

As a convenience to our parishioners, Our Lady Queen of Peace has established a means for you to make payments and regular contributions online.  The service uses advanced encrypted security features, so that using the service is safe.  You will access this service by following the Online Payments link on the navigation bar.  This link will take you to the secure server where you can set up your account.  With your account, you can specify regular deductions from your bank account or charges to your credit card, or you can log on to make individual payments and contributions.  At any time, you can change your payment options or cancel use of the service.  There is no cost to you for this service.  If you have any questions, please contact Jan Schultheiss, Parish Bookkeeper, in the parish office (W-F 8am-5pm).


OLQP Cemeteries

To access interment records, make modifications, and locate sites, please click here.

To inquire about purchasing a plot for either the our cemeteries (House Springs or Brynesville), please contact the parish office at 636-671-3062.

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Victims of sexual abuse, in addition to contacting civil authorities, are asked to come forward in order to receive pastoral assistance. Report of abuse may be made to any Pastor or to:

Sandra Price, Executive Director

Office of Child & Youth Protection
314-792-7271
sandraprice@archstl.org

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Children's Division
Child Abuse Hotline:
1-800-392-3728

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Adult Abuse Hotline:
1-800-392-0210

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