Pope John XXIII Elementary School serves the surrounding community by offering a complete educational experience for students in preschool through the sixth grade. We are located on the Prince of Peace Catholic School campus in Madison, Indiana. W...
Pope John XXIII Elementary School serves the surrounding community by offering a complete educational experience for students in preschool through the sixth grade. We are located on the Prince of Peace Catholic School campus in Madison, Indiana. W...Read more: Pope John> >
Welcome to our redesign website project. It is a work in progress and you will see changes frequently as we continue to move pages and articles from the old design to the new.
Clicking the Read More below for the Weekend Mass Times
Weekend Mass Times
Saturday: 4:00 p.m. Most Sorrowful Mother of God (Vevay)
6:00 p.m. Prince of Peace (Bilingual)
Sunday: 8:00 a.m. Prince of Peace
10:00 a.m. Prince of Peace
7:00 p.m. Hanover College (During school year)
Daily Masses varry from week to week. They are published in the preceding weekend bulletin accessible by clicking here.
We hope you fine this new look easier to use and more helpful when you are looking for something specific about our Prince of Peace Parish and Prince of Peace Schools. Any questions should be directed to the parish office either by email: parishoffice@popeace or phone:812.265.4166 ext. 0
Pope John XXIII Elementary School serves the surrounding community by offering a complete educational experience for students in preschool through the sixth grade. We are located on the Prince of Peace Catholic School campus in Madison, Indiana. While we are proud of our Catholic identity and are affiliated with the Prince of Peace Catholic Church, we welcome families from all faiths.
We have had great success in all academic areas while maintaining a safe and welcoming Christian environment for our faculty, staff, families, and students. We are proud of what we do here. We are proud of the family environment that we offer and we hope that you take a moment to learn more about us.
Please feel free to contact the schools for more information or a tour. Click on the school name or go to the top menu bar to navigate to the school's website.
Rhine River Pilgrimage
You are invited to join the Prince of Peace Choir on this Pilgrimage on Rhine River
Families and friends are welcomed,
you don’t need to be a choir singer to participate in the Pilgrimage.
more info online at:choir.popeace.org
online registration at:ctscentr.al/prince-of-peace
CLICK HERE for Steeple for the People
Available is the Brochure about the campaign, the video about the campaign and all the reports that led us to the campaign.
Most of the answers to your questions about Steeple for the People are addressed here.
The Prince of Peace Choir
is pleased to announce the release of their new CD
I Will Sing and Make Music
Copies are available at the church entrances
or at the Catholic Community Center
Click here to listen to a sample "Surely the Presence..."
Father Hilary George Adam Meny
January 21, 1915 - October 7, 2016
On October 7, 2016, Father Hilary George Adam Meny, beloved uncle, great-uncle, great-great uncle, and pastor, was gently lifted up to Heaven, after a wonderful Life of 101+ years here on earth.
Born on January 21, 1915, to Bernard and Catherine (Emmert) Meny, Hilary grew up in Haubstadt, Indiana. After attending grade school at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School, Hilary attended St. Meinrad Seminary. On May 14, 1940, he was ordained to the Holy Priesthood by the Most Reverend Joseph E. Ritter, and celebrated his First Mass at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church on May 19, 1940
Fr. Meny’s first priestly assignment took him to St. Philip Neri Parish Indianapolis, where he served as a junior assistant until 1947. After this, Fr. Meny served at St. Joe Hill Parish in Clark County and at St. Vincent de Paul Parish in Bedford.
In 1949, Fr. Meny was named pastor of St. Patrick’s Church in Madison, Indiana, where he lovingly served for over 40 years. While pastor at St. Patrick’s, Fr. Meny was instrumental in establishing Shawe Memorial Catholic High School, where he served as superintendant and Pope John XXIII Catholic Grade School. During his tenure at St. Patrick’s, he also served the parish of the Most Sorrowful Mother of God Church in Vevay, Indiana.
Father Hillary Meny's 100th Birthday Cellebration
Click the above link to see the whole gallery of pictures. Then click on a picture to see it larger.
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