Welcome to Prince of Peace Catholic Church!
A Community united in faith, bringing God’s love to the world.
Every parishioner experience God´s love by means of the liturgy and sacraments, ministry participation, prayer, and parish family life in such a way that he or she cannot but help but become joyful and a missionary of Jesus Christ and his Gospel.
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We all struggle, but together we strive towards the goal of faithfulness in the Catholic faith so that we may grow closer to God and to each other.
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Meet our pastor, Father Rodolfo Caballero
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Welcome to Prince of Peace Catholic Church! New Parishioners enable our community to grow and remain the active parish it has been over the years. There are many ministries and organizations at Prince of Peace which are here to be involved with your faith.
Just like family, the Church is there to be of service to you. Of course, you are also invited to join a ministry or organization. It is a beautiful way to get to know parishioners as well as reaching out in loving service to others.I encourage you to fill out the parish registration form and the stewardship/commitment form.
You can fill our a registration form here on our website, or you may come in to our parish office to fill one out.Once again, welcome to Prince of Peace Catholic Church, and thank you for your interest in becoming a part of the parish family. Do not hesitate to contact me if I can be of assistance to you or your family.
I remain sincerely yours in the priesthood of Jesus,
Father Rodolfo Caballero
What to expect when coming to Mass at Prince of Peace Catholic Church
At Prince of Peace, we come to Mass to thank and worship our Lord for all His blessings, and to pray for our loved ones, each other, and our community. To show reverence to our Lord, who is present in the Eucharist in the tabernacle, we ask the parishioners to keep a mode of silent prayer, and to be courteous to those around who may be in silent prayer.
We also ask to be on time when coming to this important meeting with our Lord.
About 5-7 minutes before Mass, we pray a decade of the rosary, listen to some parish wide announcements, then begin Mass promptly at the scheduled time.
Mass consists of two parts; the Liturgy of the Word and the Liturgy of the Eucharist. During the Liturgy of the Word, we read from the Old Testament, then we sing a Psalm, and we read from the New Testament. The deacon, or Father, then read the Gospel reading for the day, followed by a homily.
Since the reception of Holy Communion is a confirmation of belief in the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist and the Body of Christ, we ask all non-Catholics and those unable to receive communion to join in silent prayer. You are welcomed to approach for a blessing by crossing your arms over your chest.
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register for rcia (Rite of Christian Initiation for adults)
The best way to get to know more about what the Catholic Church believes and subsequently what we believe as a community is to join our RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) program. It is not only the program whereby people can enter into the Church but it is also a low pressure way to learn more about the Catholic faith in depth.
Do you have questions about our Catholic faith, or would you like to join our RCIA program?
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We are praying for you.