SUNDAY 8AM, 9:30AM, 11:15AM, 5:00PM
MONDAY 6:30AM and 9:00AM
TUESDAY 6:30AM and 9:00AM
WEDNESDAY 6:30AM and 8:05AM
THURSDAY 6:30AM and 9:00AM
FRIDAY 6:30AM and 9:00AM
SATURDAY 9:00AM, 5:00PM
Filipino Mass: Second Sundays 3:00pm in our Cana Center
Reconciliation: Saturday 3:30pm - 4:30pm
5100 W. Plano Parkway, Plano, TX. 75093
The hours are Monday through Friday 7am - 12noon
First Fridays of the month 7am—6pm
YOUR PRINCE OF PEACE LEGACY
Making a gift for the benefit of our Church after you are gone is a wonderful way to create a lasting legacy and ensure that the faith life you and your family have received will be there for generations to come.
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The sacraments of Christian initiation—Baptism, Confirmation, and the Eucharist—lay the foundations of every Christian life. (CCC 1212) The Church is called to enable the People of God, through proper catechesis, to become effective witnesses of the Gospel.
Catholics Returning Home is a series of 5 sessions designed to welcome those Catholics who have been away from the Church for some time. This program will update, inform, answer questions, and lovingly welcome back those who are seeking to return to their Catholic faith.
KIDCAT (children's process)
The Catholic Church welcomes children into the Faith through the same process it uses to welcome adults, the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA). At Prince of Peace, we call it KidCat.
BECOMING CATHOLIC (adult process)
The Catholic Church warmly welcomes new members and will provide appropriate spiritual formation to meet each person's needs. The ultimate goal of our process is to integrate the newly initiated into our vibrant faith community and help each person live a life of love and service to others.
ADULT SACRAMENTAL PREPARATION
Prince of Peace Catholic Community is offering a special opportunity for members of our community who may have been baptized Catholic and not been confirmed or baptized inanother faith tradition, have been regularly attending Mass, and who may be interested in becoming Catholic, or for Catholics who just want to know more about their faith.
The Outreach Ministry of Prince of Peace Catholic Community supports agencies, programs and faith community involvement with funding and services, which assist families and individuals who do not have the basic requirements in this world intended for all of us by God. We embark on this ministry in fulfillment of our parish mission "... using God's abundant gifts, we serve through worship, education and Christian service."
The church has, from its beginning, initiated children into its sacramental life. Parishes have devoted tremendous energy and resources to the development of their young members, and countless individuals have dedicated themselves to nurturing young Catholics. God has placed those most fit for the Kingdom in our hands. We have taken our charge seriously. Abuse strikes children of every age and social back-ground. Often it occurs in settings where children and youth completely trust in adults – in homes, schools, athletic programs, and most sadly, in Church.
In order to protect the children, youth, and vulnerable adults of our parish, Prince of Peace has taken positive steps to provide a safe and secure environment. Our “Family of Faith” program fulfills the diocesan requirements of the Safe Environment Program.
To minister to our children, youth, and vulnerable adults, all volunteers and employees must complete the following requirements:
- Complete the Screening form (link below)
- Be interviewed
- Have references checked
- Undergo criminal background check
- Complete the required annual training
- Sign the Acknowledgment Form from the Safe Environment policy
All steps must be completed before the individual will be permitted to work with children, youth, and vulnerable adults. All information will remain confidential.
When and where are the initial Safe Environment training sessions (Family of Faith) held?
JOHN PAUL II will host the following initial Safe Environment training sessions (registration is NOT required).
Please note: children under 18 are NOT permitted due to the adult content in this program:
SAFE ENVIRONMENT TRAINING“FAMILY OF FAITH” - JOHN PAUL II
DATE TIME DAY PRESENTER
May 1st at 7:00 p.m. (Tuesday Ginny
May 5th at 10:00 a.m. (Saturday) Pat
2018-2019 Calendar TBD
Pat Scott email@example.com
Kelly Jackson firstname.lastname@example.org
Kay Elliott email@example.com
Marilyn Hicks firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth Horsley email@example.com
Beckie Soto firstname.lastname@example.org
Ginny Milich email@example.com
Linda Sartor firstname.lastname@example.org
Jerry Waynant email@example.com
How do I UPDATE my training?
The Safe Environment program requires volunteers and employees to update their training every 12 months. Select the training module of your choice, complete and print the quiz and return it to the Safe Environment office at Prince of Peace in order to receive credit.
If you attend a training session or workshop on any topic related to safety, it might qualify as your training update. Some of these may be: internet dangers or internet safety, bullying, CPR, training on using a defibrillator, adult abuse, Boy Scouts, etc. Document your attendance by putting the name of the session, date, and a brief description. Turn the paper in to the Safe Environment office. Not sure if it qualifies? Call Kay in the Pastoral Center.
Exploitation of vulnerable adults wears many faces. So do the forces that help. Sometimes a caring neighbor sees the need and tries to help. Or a loving family member attempts to make a positive impact. Unfortunately, an increasing number of vulnerable adults go unnoticed. They may be confused, in pain, lacking strength or understanding, without power …. all alone.
If you suspect that a vulnerable adult may be the victim of exploitation, abuse, or neglect, call the Texas Abuse Hotline. 1-800-252-5400
Prince of Peace Director of Safe Environment Contact Information: