Christ the Servant Parish at Our Lady of Peace Church

My prayer is that as you come to know us here at Christ the Servant, you will experience in our parish and school a welcoming family. We invite you to pray and celebrate with us, sharing in the enthusiasm and passion that comes with bringing the mission and ministry of Jesus to our acre of God’s world that we dedicate to Christ the Servant, Our Blessed Mother, Our Lady of Peace and to Saint Paul the Apostle to the Nations.

Msgr. Lewis F. Gaetano, D.Min.
Administrator and Pastor of Christ the Servant Parish

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What is the Promise of our Catholic Schools for the future learners and leaders of Holy Cross Academy? Our Lady of Peace: It's Time

It's Time 

    5/8/15 Announcement from Msgr. Gaetano for Holy Cross Academy
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    Our Lady of Peace collaboration with Walsh University 

    $24,000.00 Matching gift Offer to Holy Cross Academy at Our Lady Of Peace School. How Can you Help?

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    Our Holy Father Francis spoke on the recent attack in Paris, saying “the road of violence and hatred does not resolve humanity's problems. And using the name of God to justify this road is blasphemy."   Blasphemy is defined as the act of insulting or showing               contempt or lack of reverence for (a) God(s), to religious or holy persons or things, or toward something considered sacred or inviolable. We know that each person is the created in the image and likeness of God – a reflection of the God who loves unconditionally.   The murder of those in Paris and around the world by ISIS is the deliberate contempt for the human person in the name of God and of religion. It distorts religion (which means “to bind together”) into a hollow and meaningless ideology – rather than a reflection of the truth, beauty and goodness of God that is universally recognized as the ultimate reality we name “God.” The distortion of this image through violence is contrary to God’s dream for humanity.


    Please continue to keep those who were killed, the injured and especially their families and loved ones in your prayer. lgaetano


    Harlow Sweeney and Clyde McEwan were baptized November 21, 2015



    Jonathan and Zachary Sams celebrated First Eucharist on Saturday November 14, 2015. They are the sons of Ernest and Paula Sams


    Eleanor Katherine Quisno was baptized November 15, 2015. She is the daughter of Adam & Kristin Quisno





    Christ the Servant Parish
    833 - 39th Street NW
    Canton, Ohio 44709