Please pray for the repose of the soul of Deborah Whittaker, a long-time parishioner here at Prince of Peace. There will be a visitation at Oman Funeral Home on Monday, June 17th from 6:00pm to 7:30pm. The funeral Mass will be here on Tuesday, June 18th at 11:00am, immediately followed by a reception in the parish hall. Burial will take place at a later date at Albert G. Horton, Jr. Memorial Veterans Cemetery.

Eternal rest grant unto Deborah, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. May she rest in peace. Amen

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Daily Mass: Tuesday – Friday 9:00am, followed by the Holy Rosary at 9:45am. (Tuesday & Friday livestreamed)
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Gospel Reflection: Mark 4:26-34, Sunday, June 16, 2024.

In this week’s Gospel, Jesus compares the reign of God to a mustard seed. The Gospel teaches us that the smallest acts of kindness and generosity can yield great results. This means that even younger children have many opportunities to help build God’s kingdom. When seeds are planted into the ground, what happens over time? Right! They grow over time into a plant. In this week’s Gospel, Jesus tells a parable about mustard seeds to teach us about the Kingdom of God. The small acts of kindness that we do every day help build up God’s kingdom. The things we do to care for and help one another show our love and care. Jesus teaches us that our small acts, like tiny seeds, help God’s kingdom on earth grow. This week, try to perform at least 3 small acts of kindness.

Pope Francis:

The Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network is a pontifical work with the mission of mobilizing Catholics through prayer and action, in the face of the challenges confronting humanity and the mission of the Church. The prayer intention for June is: For Migrants fleeing their homes. In his prayer intention, Pope Francis says, “We pray that migrants fleeing from war or hunger, forced to undertake journeys full of danger and violence, find welcome and new opportunities in the countries that receive them. (Pope Francis). The full article with Vatican News and the New Pope Video.  

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