May 2018 be a year of hope, of tolerance, of peace and joy for us, our families and our world!


Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church and School

4696 Notre Dame Lane
House Springs, MO.  63051
(636) 671-3062

 


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Hope for a New Year

At a Vespers service on New Year's Eve, Pope Francis spoke of hope for the coming year, hope embodied by the "Silent Majority." While the Pope's words were directed most specifically to life in Rome, his words speak to hope for a world that hungers for the common good.

Pope Francis suggested that the concerns of ordinary people are not necessarily reflected in the flamboyance of media coverage nor in the blustering of politicians, but in eloquence of those who serve their communities not in noisy words, but in quiet deeds. He mentioned with gratitude those who navigate the world of crumbling roads and failing infrastructures with patience and care, aware of others on the same roads, buses, trains and planes that they travel. He expressed praise for those who respect public places, who are attentive to the elderly, who offer a helping hand to people in stress and difficulty.

Pope Francis expressed his thanks to parents, teachers, and all educators who form children and teens to be good citizens, to be aware of and contribute to the good of all. He praised their efforts to engender in our young people a sense of belonging and ownership in our communities, who encourage them to be involved in the reality that surrounds them.

The Pope found real encouragement from those people who may face economic difficulty and hardship and still work quietly to make things better for everyone, without bitterness, without resentment, but with a simple sense of solidarity.

Looking back over 2017, Pope Francis observed that God had given us a year whole and healthy but humans once again used it up and wounded it. “Wars are the most flagrant sign of this persistent and absurd pride,” he said. “But so are the small and large offenses against life, against truth, against fraternity, that cause so many forms of human, social and environmental degradation.”



Electronic Giving Program

As a convenience to our parishioners, Our Lady Queen of Peace has establishing 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 in the parish office.


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