Mass Times 

Memorial Day Observance: The Eucharist will be celebrated for All Our Deceased Loved Ones, Parishioners and Benefactors at 8:00 am on Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, at Our Lady Queen of Peace.

Day Masses --

Monday -Friday: 7:30 AM * click here for Inclement weather policy

Saturday: 8:30 AM  ** click here for Inclement weather policy

Weekend Masses-- 

Saturday Vigil: 4:00 PM  

Sunday Mass: 8:00 AM  

                      10:00 AM Saint Margaret of Cortona

We are not yet passing the offertory baskets among the gathered community. Please continue to leave offering envelopes in the basket at the door. As always, your parish support is appreciated.

Join Us for Mass

As you are aware, the Dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and other Holy Days of Obligationwas lifted, effective the weekend of June 5/6, 2021. 

Exception continues - Those who have a serious reason, the sick and infirmed, as well as those with pre-existing conditions, those who are incapable of physically attending Mass, and those who care for someone who is immune-compromised are exempt from attending Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation.

[August 8, 2021]  The 2022 Mass Book is open.

The church teaches us that our prayers are invaluable to the living as well as those who have died.  We commend them to God’s mercy when we pray for them.  The living and the dead are helped not only by our daily prayers, but by the offering of masses in their names for the benefit of their souls.  Please contact the parish office to schedule a mass.

Suggested donations for Mass IntentionsBishop Scharfenberger approved the offering for Mass intention increase from $10.00 to $15.00 starting May 23, 2021. The Bishop has the sole responsibility of setting the suggested offering for Mass intentions for the Diocese of Albany. The last time the offering was increased was in 1985.

A page on the website of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops  - answers questions regarding the bishops' vote to approve drafting a document on the Eucharist during their spring general assembly June 16-18.  Click the Link Below to read that document.