WELCOME TO

OUR LADY OF PEACE


WEEKEND MASSES

SATURDAY: 5 PM

SUNDAY: 9 & 11 AM



A NEIGHBORHOOD CATHOLIC CHURCH IN MINNEAPOLIS, MN

A MESSAGE FROM OUR PASTOR


ABOUT US

We would love for you to take a second and take a look into who we are. We feel that the better you get to know us the more comfortable you will feel while you visit. Give us a look and feel free to let us know if you have any questions. Thanks so much for visiting us today!


Mass Times 

Saturday: 5:00 PM

Sunday: 9 & 11 AM

Monday-Wednesday & Friday: 8:15 AM



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Confession and Adoration Times

Confession

Saturday: 3:00 - 4:00 pm


Adoration

First Friday of the Month: 9 am - 7 pm



If you have any questions feel free to give us a shout!





WHO WE ARE

Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church and School is a neighborhood parish serving the Lake Nokomis and Diamond Lake communities. Whether you are searching for a new church, a rebirth into the Catholic faith, a school rooted in Catholic tradition and academic excellence, or simply want to worship with us. You're invited to take a closer look.


Family at Catholic Church

ANNE N.

We were lovingly invited into serving in a number of ways that fit our gifts and ability to give. Through faith formation and relationships, our children have grown to know their Catholic faith, be generous with their gifts and most especially grow in the relationship with God."


Recent Blog Posts

There are some hilarious memes on the internet of cats shoving their bodies into spaces they don't belong in; boxes, vases, fish tanks, sinks, you name it: if they fit in it, they will sit in it. If you don't know what I'm talking about I wholeheartedly encourage you to google "if I fits I sits" and look through the images. You'll be laughing until your sides hurt.

There have been various sources of confusion and consternation when it comes to the Holy Eucharist lately. Some of them I’ve written about here in my column. There’s the general concern with the low percentage of Catholics who believe that Jesus is really present in this great sacrament. There was a debate over whether or not to identify certain politicians as those who should not be admitted to Holy Communion. In the midst of it all, Pope Francis changed the church’s policy on how and when the Extraordinary Form (sometimes known as the pre-Vatican II Mass) can be used. 

“There is a boy here who has five barley loaves and two fish; but what good are these for so many?” (John 6:9)

 

Can you imagine the apprehension that the boy must have felt, clutching some food, and suddenly being thrust in front of Jesus?  Andrew’s question makes sense, what good is this amount of food when it comes to feeding so many. But he is also thinking as man thinks, not as God thinks.

There was a reading that I heard at Mass one Sunday when I was in high school, and for whatever reason, it really stuck with me. The verse says, “I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other! So, because you are lukewarm—neither hot nor cold—I am about to spit you out of my mouth.” I didn’t necessarily know what I liked about this verse, or why it struck a chord with me, but it’s a verse I still find myself reflecting on every so often.