Christ the Servant Parish at Our Lady of Peace Church
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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
Do you want to become holy? Yes? or No?
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$24,000.00 Matching gift Offer to Holy Cross Academy at Our Lady Of Peace School. How Can you Help?
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Christ the Servant Parish is a proud supporter of Catholic Education and is the site of Holy Cross Academy at Our Lady of Peace Campus. Please click here to view our website and learn more about the school and how a Catholic Education would benefit your child.
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The first of our Lenten Fish Fries!
Christ the Servant Lenten Fish Fry; Commentary
What an absolutely wonderful event it was last evening. Everyone was so complimentary of the food and the service. The men in the kitchen, on the lines and helping on the floor never stopped. Our kids did an outstanding job, always with a smile on their faces and are always unfailingly gracious to our guests. The Alumni that returned made such an added impact, and the people just seemed to not only like the meal, but the sense of community that is generated. I was looking at the five year results – WOW! It is like a well-oiled machine that just keeps getting better and better.
Now with all that being said. The most important aspect is that it shows what can happen when everyone works together for a common cause, and even more when you add our faith dimension to it, it becomes miraculous. Just imagine if we had this similar effort for our schools? Common Cause + Faith = we would have 1000 kids at Saint Thomas Aquinas; another 1000 at Central Catholic High School; and our grade schools would have a waiting list. It would be miraculous.
The Men's Club Kitchen making it all happen in a timely manner!
Veda and Tanna making Pierogies.
The Continual Cleaning.
All the People. 834 Dinners sold! Most ever for the first week!
Bishop Murry and Christ the Servant Parish celebrate the Sacrament of Confirmation with our 8th Grade students.
Rory Renner was Baptized into the Church on February 22, 2014.
Catholic Schools Week is an annual celebration of Catholic education.