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5100 W. Plano Parkway      Plano, TX.  75093        972-380-2100

 

TRIDUUM AND EASTER SCHEDULE

Holy Thursday, April 13: 

7:00pm Mass of the Lord's Supper followed by Prayers in the Presence of the Blessed Sacrament until 10:00pm

Good Friday, April 14: 

Meditative Prayer During the Day, 3:00pm Stations of the Cross, 7:00pm celebration of the Lord's Passion with Distribution of Holy Communion

Holy Saturday, April 15:

  8:00pm Easter Vigil Mass followed by Reception in honor of New Initiates

Easter Sunday, April 16: 

7:00am, 8:30am, 10:30am, 12:30pm in the church and 10:40am in the Gym

 

mass times

SATURDAY 9:00AM, 5:00PM

SUNDAY 8AM, 9:30AM, 11:15AM, 5:00PM

MONDAY 6:30AM, 9:00AM

TUESDAY 6:30AM, 9:00AM

WEDNESDAY 6:30AM, 8:05AM (with school children)

THURSDAY 6:30AM, 9:00AM

FRIDAY 6:30AM, 9:00AM

Filipino Mass:  Second Sundays 3:00pm in our Cana Center

 

Reconciliation:  Saturday 3:30pm - 4:30pm

 

Eucharistic Adoration: 

Monday through Friday, 7 am - 9 am.

First Fridays 7:00am to 6:00pm

Each Holy Hour needs two adorers.  Consider spending an hour a week with Jesus.  All are welcome to worship. 

Become a scheduled adorer by signing up online at AdorationPro.


To register for events, classes, or to set up automatic payments for regular Sunday Offerings:


 

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ABOUT US

BECOMING CATHOLIC

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.  

 

RETURNING HOME

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.

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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. 

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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. 

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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.

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SACRAMENTS


 

Ministries

MUSIC MINISTRY

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YOUNG ADULTS

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PASTORAL CARE

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YOUTH MINISTRY (Grades 6 to 12)

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CHILDREN

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SISTER PARISH

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OUTREACH

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." 

outreach

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."