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Today on the Calendar

Tuesday of the Twenty-Second Week of Ordinary Time

Diocese of Syracuse, New York

Todays Saints || Today’s Readings

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Mass Schedule changed for Sat 8/30 & Sun 8/31
- Only 2 (two) Masses will be celebrated this weekend.
4:00 PM at Our Lady of Peace Sat 8/30
10:30 AM at Saint Cecilia's Sun 8/31. A farewell reception for our pastor will follow each Mass.
Mass Schedule
    Saturday - Vigil Masses
  • 4:00 PM • St. Cecilia
  • 5:15 PM • Our Lady of Peace
    Sunday Masses
  • 8:30 AM • Our Lady of Peace
  • 10:30 AM • St. Cecilia
WEEKDAY MASSES - 8:00 a.m.
Tuesday & Thursday @ Our Lady of Peace
Wednesday & Friday @ St. Cecilia Church Mass will be celebrated in the Chapel, unless attendance exceeds capacity.

 Our Lady of Peace Book Club is reading:

The Shadow of His Wings

by Fr. Gereon Karl Goldmann, OFM.

They will meet in the Fr. Fetcho Room to discuss the book on

Tuesday▪ September 9 ▪ 6:30 PM

All are welcome to participate and are encouraged to bring religious themed book titles for future discussions.

The Biggest Winner!

Help raise money to send our young people to Steubenville 2015! Deacon Ken Money and Mr. Anthony Bove have pledged to lose 30 lbs. by December 31st and they are looking for sponsors.

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Are you missing the point?

For many modern Catholics, Mass has become more of a habit and a social gathering than an expression of genuine conviction. Have you lost the wonder, the sense of mystery and power that is the Catholic Mass? Read More . . .

Important Parish Community Information Night

Where: Our Lady of Peace
When: Thursday, Sep 4, 2014 at 6:00PM
Who: All parishioners of Our Lady of Peace & St Cecilia's parishes
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faith formation

Teaching the Catholic Faith to our children is our primary responsibility as Catholic parents.

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Youth Group

“To live is to change, and to be perfect is to have changed often” - Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman

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