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

Cardinal O' Malley, Archbishop Lori to Senate: Oppose Bill That Attacks Religious Freedom Read more                                                                     

Rebuilding The Bridge: African American Affairs’ 50th Anniversary Initiative  

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50 Years Ago...

50 years ago…The first episode of the game show Jeopardy aired and Freedom Summer brought 1000 activists by bus to Mississippi to help African Americans exercise their rights and duties as citizens.  What’s the winning question today?  

50 years ago…The Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party formed to challenge the all-white official Democratic party.  Its delegates attended the Democratic National Convention in Atlantic City NJ, until they were forcibly removed.  Is the right to vote secure today?

50 years ago…Baby boomers enjoyed watching Bewitched, The Addams Family, Gilligan’s Island and The Man from U.N.C.L.E.  On television they also watched police dogs, fire hoses and billy clubs beat back their fellow citizens seeking the right to vote and equal opportunity for employment, housing and education.  Which made a bigger impact on your life?

The African American Affairs’ 50th Anniversary Initiative provides a platform for probing the impact of this historic moment on African American Catholics, the Church and U.S. society today.  For a quick look back, view the Catholic News Service video, Equality for All:  Catholic Reflections on the Civil Rights Act.  

More food for thought is available in America Magazine.  See the July 7-14, 2014 issue (Reference Vol. 211 No. 1; Whole No. 5055).  Read reflections of African American Catholics on the theme, “Black and Catholic:  On Race, Faith and Freedom.”  Share your own reflections on USCCB Facebook and Twitter

 

New Leadership at Our Lady of Peace -07/09/2014

Msgr. Lewis Gaetano is pleased to announce the appointment of Mrs. Christine Vince as the new Principal Leader at Our Lady of Peace. Welcome Mrs. Vince! Read more here

$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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We welcome in Baptism Gianna Lynn McGrath. 

 

 

We welcome in Baptism Alina Rose Kraft.

 

 

We welcome in Baptism Emmett Joseph Kauffman.

 

 

Hand carved from a Sandalwood Tree, a native tree of India's forest region, this is presented to visiting dignitaries. 

 

We welcome in Baptism Clement Zechariah Schafer

 

  

Parishioner Arlene Kessler  turns 91 Click here to read more



 

 


 

 

Monsignor Gaetano in Uruguay 

First Communion  May 4, 2014




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