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Welcome to Queen of Peace Roman Catholic Community in Sarnia Ontario, Canada.

Under pastoral care of the Michaelite Fathers.

Weekday Masses (Public Masses and Services are Suspended) Because some people may be sick, have a compromised immune system, or feel uncomfortable returning to church, the dispensation of the obligation for Sunday Mass remains in effect until further notice.

 

From Sep 29, 2020 - September 2021 we begin the celebration of the Jubilee Year (100 years of the reception of the Michaelite Fathers).

 

 

 

 

Weekend Masses

 

(Public Masses and Services are Suspended) 

 

Because some people may be sick, have a compromised immune system, or feel uncomfortable returning to church, the dispensation of the obligation for Sunday Mass remains in effect until further notice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mailing Address

 

566 Rosedale Ave, Sarnia ON
N7V 1Z4

 

Phone 519 337-7943

 

Fax 519 491-1831

 

E-Mail qofpeace@dol.ca

 

Weekday Masses

Public masses are suspended

 

Divine Mercy Chaplet

* There will be no divine mercy during COVID-19

COVID-19 UPDATE FROM BISHOP FABBRO (Update #16)

In light of the newest restrictions, lock-down and state of emergency declared by the Premier of Ontario, we are once again forced to curtail services offered in our churches. While we long for a return to fuller celebrations of our faith, we recognize the need to be vigilant and to care for the common good, so that we can be doing all in our power to stem the tide of the virus. 

 The following directives come into effect on Thursday, 14 January, until further notice. 

Celebrations in Churches  

 Churches are once again to be closed to the public except for Wedding services and Funeral services. In both cases, no celebration of the Mass is allowed, but only a Liturgy of the Word. Ten people only are allowed to be present, which includes the presider.  

There are to be no public Masses. Parishes are encouraged, if possible, to record or livestream Masses for their parishioners. Only those required to produce the recording or livestreaming may be present:  priest-presider, deacon, reader, two musicians (instrumentalist and cantor), and a recording technician if necessary. No other persons are permitted to attend in person. Face masks must always be worn by all during the recording or livestreaming, including the priest, except for receiving Holy Communion.  

Baptism, Confirmation, and the Anointing of the Sick may be celebrated only in cases of danger of death. Confessions may be heard by appointment only. 

 Offices and Church Buildings 

Only essential work that cannot be done outside of the workplace is allowed to take place in offices or church buildings. Staff must have permission from their supervisor before entering an office or church building. All other work is expected to be done from home. 

 Safety Measures 

 All of the above implies the necessary vigilance is in place, in following prescribed and mandatory safety measures, including hand sanitization, use of personal protective equipment (e.g., masks), and self-screening procedures before coming onto church property.  

 Most Rev. Ronald P. Fabbro, C.S.B.

Bishop of London

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    About Us

    Queen of Peace parish is called by Jesus Christ to know, love and serve Him.  Our mission is to be a welcoming Catholic community by living our faith more fully, sharing our faith freely, and transforming our world through Christ by the power of the Holy Spirit.

     

    The foundation of our parish is strengthened through worship and the sacraments and to serve all in the name of Christ Jesus by building a community of mutual respect.

    We strive to deepen our relationship with Christ and to meet the needs of others through a variety of ministries that include evangelization, education, spiritual enrichment and service in our community.

    Guided by the example of Jesus Christ, we seek to do small things well for the glory of God and to support one another in all things.

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