WELCOME TO

OUR LADY OF PEACE

A NEIGHBORHOOD CATHOLIC CHURCH IN MINNEAPOLIS, MN

SATURDAYS AT 5 PM • SUNDAYS AT 9 AM & 11 AM | 5426 12TH AVENUE S, MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55417

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ABOUT US

We would love for you to take a second and take a look into who we are. We feel that the better you get to know us the more comfortable you will feel while you visit. Give us a look and feel free to let us know if you have any questions. Thanks so much for visiting us today!


Mass Times 

Saturday: 5:00 PM

Sunday: 9 & 11 AM

Monday-Wednesday & Friday: 8:15 AM



Want to come to Mass but can't make it to church? Click here to watch our Sunday Mass wherever you are!



Confession and Adoration Times

Confession

Saturday: 3:00 - 4:00 pm


Adoration

First Friday of the Month: 9 am - 7 pm



If you have any questions feel free to give us a shout!





WHO WE ARE

Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church and School is a neighborhood parish serving the Lake Nokomis and Diamond Lake communities. Whether you are searching for a new church, a rebirth into the Catholic faith, a school rooted in Catholic tradition and academic excellence, or simply want to worship with us. You're invited to take a closer look.


Family at Catholic Church

ANNE N.

We were lovingly invited into serving in a number of ways that fit our gifts and ability to give. Through faith formation and relationships, our children have grown to know their Catholic faith, be generous with their gifts and most especially grow in the relationship with God."


Recent Blog Posts

I grew up in a predominantly Catholic small town in Upstate New York; I share this only to say that before going to college I hadn't had anyone really question me on the finer points of Catholicism. I had people in high school ask me the "normal" teenage questions: "How do you know that God exists?" "If God exists why does he let bad things happen?" etc. But once I got to college I had people asking me things like, "Why do Catholics believe that they're actually eating Jesus' Body and Blood?" "Why do Catholics worship saints?" "Why do you have to go to confession?" "Why do you have  to go to Mass every Sunday (even if you are also going to a different church, too)?" "Why do Catholics believe you can buy your way into heaven?" "What's the deal with Mary? Why do Catholics worship her like God?"
 

My younger sister is a photographer who continually amazes me by seeing details I tend to pass right over. Recently, she visited Our Lady of Peace and I gave her a brief tour. 

 

Just outside of Door 4, she stopped me: “Wait!”

In the Month of November, we remember our beloved dead in a special way: by praying that they may have eternal life with Christ.

 

Please join us in praying for these members of our community. 

A few weeks ago when Deacon John gave a homily at Mass he shared an image of a parent and child that, for him, represented the child-like relationship that God wants us to have with him. Deacon John then encouraged us to come up with our own image. 

 

I have a 20-month-old toddler, so I have no shortage of images of child-parent relationships, but there is one from a year ago that has always clung to me.