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THE PARISH OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 2019

IN OBSERVANCE OF MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY


Welcome to Prince of Peace Catholic Church.  We are located in the Great Bridge section of Chesapeake, Virginia, part of the greater Hampton Roads area.  Our Pastor is Father Romeo Jazmin. Whether you are looking for a new church home, seeking Christian fellowship, or merely researching the Roman Catholic faith, this site will provide you with information on the many diverse programs here at Prince of Peace. To find out what’s going on in the Parish right now, please view the Parish Calendar.

VISION

We are a community of Faith, Living in Love according to the Gospel Message of Jesus Christ, who is the “Prince of Peace”. Responding in service to the signs of the times, we wait in joyful Hope for the coming of the Kingdom of God.

GOALS

Therefore, be it resolved that we will:

Gather, as a Church, to celebrate and worship. Our surroundings reflect the gifts that God has given us and help create a warm and welcoming atmosphere to which all are invited to join in the celebration.

Be a community that recognizes all of its members as unique individuals with a commitment to a common faith. In that faith we come together to share ourselves in fellowship and offer one another the mutual support that family provides.

Provide the opportunity for everyone in the community to grow in knowledge and understanding of our God, our faith and our church.

Recognize our responsibility to our sisters and brothers who are in need: physical, emotional or spiritual; in response to these needs we commit our resources.

Share the richness of our Catholic tradition with other faiths through prayer, worship, study, ministry and hospitality.
Father, this is our mission and our pledge to You, through Your Son, Jesus Christ, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one Lord forever and ever. Amen.

Questions of the Week

Question of the Week
2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
January 19th (#64)
Jesus, the Son of God
Adults: We witness to Christ as John did, by living lives full of generosity, forgiveness, and mercy toward others. When do you find it most difficult to do this?

Youths: Who has surprised you by doing something kind for you when you did not expect it?

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