Parish News


Some New changes EFFECTIVE this fall:

Starting Saturdays beginning October 2021 – CONFESSIONS:  8:30am-9:30am and 3-3:45pm and  Wednesdays evenings 6pm-6:30pm or by appointment.   

Starting November 2021 – BAPTISMS:  1:15pm (limit to 5 babies) and 2:15pm (private)


Sacred Relics at OLOPP on September 23rd

Our Lady of Peace Parish presents a teaching of Sacred Relics on Thursday, Sept. 23rd at 6:30pm in the Church.  Followed by exposition of the relics in Assumption Hall.  Please see the bulletin for more details.


Fr Sanjai Devis, V.C. will be installed as Pastor here at OLOPP by Bishop Dennis Sullivan on Saturday, September 25th at the 4pm Mass.  Overflow seating will be available in Marian Hall.  this Mass will also be live-streamed and can be viewed live or watched afterwards on our facebook page. 



Padre Pio Prayer Group

“Love Our Lady!  Recite the Rosary!  May the blessed Mother of God reign sovereign over your heart…. I always pray for the sick.  Everyday I say a Holy Rosary for them”.

Padre Pio prayer service, rosary and healing prayers with the first class relic of Padre Pio will be starting up again on the 2nd Tuesday of the month 6pm to 7pm in the Church.  All are welcome to attend!              Tuesday, October 12th come join us!


We would like to thank all who are currently using Parish Giving and would like to invite those who aren’t.  Join the many who have already signed up to On-Line Parish Giving.  You can visit our parish website: and click on the Parish Giving logo – it will direct you to the secured page to sign up – it’s free!  Save the hassle from writing those weekly donation checks.  Directions are easy to follow or you can call (866) 307-7140.  When you sign up, you can use a credit or debit card or automatic checking account withdrawals.  It’s that easy!  For those who like to get points using their credit cares – this is another way to get those points!  Thank You to those who are using Parish Giving and for those of you who might consider using irrelevant 

Breaking Break Missalettes – Anyone who would like a “Breaking Bread 2021 Missalette” – please call or stop by the Parish Office.  The cost is $10.00/each.

Hearing Assistance Available
We are equipped with a hearing assistance system.  They are located at the elevators  you may use your own earplugs or if your hearing aids have a “T” setting you may use the lanyard.  You may sit anywhere in the church including the cry room.  For assistance just ask one of the ushers.

House of Charity – Bishop’s Annual Appeal

Our goal here at OLOPP is $188,900.00; we have raised $139,689.96 to date, which is from 453 families.  Please remember all pledges must be paid in order for the Parish to receive back 10%.  We are at 73.9% of our parish goal.  Please make your sacrificial gift to help continue the mission of the church here in the Diocese of Camden.  With a parish of more than 4,400 families, we still need a lot of gifts to make our parish goal!  If you have not made a donation, Pledge Cards are at the side doors of the Church and in the Parish Center. Thank you all for your Generosity.  May God Bless YOU!!!

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