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

Prayers in this week of challenge.

This certainly is a week that we need to pray.
It was in 1908, that the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity started and it is still celebrated annually around the world between Jan. 18 and Jan. 25.
 Those eight days form an “octave” from the Confession of St. Peter to the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul. This year’s theme is from the Gospel of St. John, “Abide in my love… you shall bear much fruit.”
“We live in a time of great suffering and hardship, when we have experienced the pain of being physically distant from one another during moments of joy and suffering,” said Cardinal Blase J. Cupich, archbishop of Chicago.
The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity reminds us that divisions within the Body of Christ similarly put distance among Christians and hamper our ability to bring Christ’s love to the world. It is my hope that this annual week of prayer can remind us of the importance of unity, so we might bear great fruit in a world desperately in need of peace and healing.”
We certainly need to pray for healing of our country with all of unrested that  we have seen in our country.  In this week of prayer, we need to pray for elected President.  We know he talked about being Pro-life, but at the same time he is pro-abortion.  We need to believe that our prayers will make a difference.
This week we will have a Mass for all Life on Friday, Jan. 22nd at 7:00 PM. Please join us.
In the 2nd reading this Sunday from St. Paul in which he reminds us, “Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit within you.” So, we see ourselves as temples of the Holy Spirit and so is everyone else.  So, we need to pray for each other.  Yes, we are in need of healing as a people and as a country.
You can also join us on Wednesday for all day adoration.  Closing prayers at 7:30pm.  Please join us.  Now more than ever we need to pray for our President and our county and our church.

Our Lady Queen of Peace, pray for us!

Fr. Dennis

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Pro-Life Mass

Friday, January 22nd, 7pm

Join us for a Roe v. Wade Memorial Mass on Friday, January 22nd at 7pm.  We will be praying for the end to abortion, healing for those involved in abortion and increased respect for all human life.

The Rosary and Benediction will follow the Mass, which commemorates the 48th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision which legalized abortion on Jan. 22, 1973.

On Friday, January 29th, Catholics and others in the pro-life community will unite in prayer and March on Washington D.C. for the millions of unborn children lost and countless parents and families harmed by abortion, for healing and forgiveness of those involved in abortion, and an increased respect for all human life.  (see below for information on how to view the march)

For more information, contact John Bonsanti.

Pre-School 21-22 Registration & Tours

Starting Jan. 24th

The OLQP Preschool will begin the registration process for the 2021-2022 school year the last week of January. Due to COVID we will not have a regular Open House. Instead, we ask that if you are interested in our program please email Julie Waggoner at prek@olqpmo.org to schedule a tour and receive the proper paperwork necessary to enroll your child. Current 3 year olds already attending our program will have registration forms sent home the last week in January. 

Please feel free to contact us if you have any further questions.

March for Life Watch Party

Friday, January 29th, 11am - 4pm in Cafeteria

On January 29th, 2021, Pro-Lifers will be marching in Washington, DC, just as we have for the past 47 years. Despite this difficult year, our hope is that the in-person march will be as strong and enthusiastic as ever.

However, since our local community will not be travelling to show our support for the movement, OLQP will host a "Watch Party" of the March for Life event.  Get ready to for some amazing pro-life speakers, behind the scenes interviews, and exclusive content on January 29th, 2021!

We will social distance in the cafeteria. Feel free to bring your own lunch or snacks for the day. 

If you are not able to make it to OLQP to watch the event with us here is the link to watch on your own: https://p2a.co/hXckLJ4.  EWTN also typically braodcasts the march on their channel.

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