Mass Times and Locations

Prince of Peace 413 East 2nd  Madison, IN   St. Patrick Chapel 301 West State St   

Most Sorrowful Mother of God            591 Ferry St, Vevay, IN

Monday, Prayer and Communion Service, Noon, St. Patrick Chapel

Tuesday, 5:30 PM Prince of Peace

Wed-Fri, Noon St. Patrick

Saturday: 4:00 Most Sorrowful Mother of God    6:00 Prince of Peace

Sunday, 8:00, 10:00 (Broadcasted Live on Facebook) and Noon (Hispanic) St. Patrick Chapel 

St. Patrick Chapel open daily Mon-Fri for individual prayer. 

First Friday Mass is at 7:00 AM at St. Patrick Chapel

Welcome to Prince of Peace Catholic Church

Most Sorrowful Mother of God

& Saint Patrick Chapel


Steeple for the People Update: This campaign has ended. We want to thank everyone that gave to this campaign allowing us to "build today for tomorrow".

Some have continued to give and  Fr. Chris has asked that these monies go to the building fund. St. Patrick Chapel and the Catholic Community Center are in need. St. Patrick Chapel needs a new roof and the CCC's new windows and flooring. (for starters). If you would be interested in giving to the building fund, you may drop a check off at the office, the lockbox, collection basket, or via Acceptiva, click here. We greatly appreciate all that you do for Prince of Peace. 


  If you would like to watch previously broadcasted Masses, please click the Facebook Logo. 


  Click Here to read a letter from Archbishop Thompson and view videos released from the Archdiocese. 
Roman Catholic Province of Indianapolis Lifting of the Dispensation from the Obligation of Mass Effective 11 June 2021
The celebration of the Eucharist at Mass is the source and summit of our life and mission as Catholics. As of March 2020, due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, all Roman Catholics throughout the entire Province of Indianapolis, which comprises all five dioceses of Indiana, have been dispensed from the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation. However, with the decrease of cases in our state, the widespread availability of vaccines, and following the guidance of public health officials, we are now able to safely accommodate more parishioners for Masses.
Therefore, effective June 11, the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, the general dispensation from the obligation to attend Mass is hereby lifted throughout the state of Indiana.
Except for the unique situations as described below, those who are otherwise healthy are obliged to return to Sunday Mass by the weekend of June 12-13, 2021:
• Those who are seriously ill, exhibit flu-like symptoms and/or may have a contagious disease (including quarantine due to exposure).
• Those who are unable to attend Mass through no fault of their own (e.g. transportation issue).
• Those who are homebound and/or incapacitated due to age, infirmity, and/or medical restrictions.
• Those who have compromised health conditions and/or at high risk of contracting the virus.
• Those who are caretakers of persons who are sick or of persons at high risk of serious illness if they contract the Covid virus.
If you have any questions about any specific needs, concerns, or protocols, you are advised to contact your parish directly.
Your pastor, who has the authority to dispense in individual cases, may be helpful in addressing individual fears and concerns.
The obligation to attend Mass is a joyful one, reflecting the very character of who we are as Catholics.
Effective Immediately: the wearing of face-covering is strongly encouraged at Liturgical celebrations in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis until further notice.  

Most  Sorrowful Mother of God has reopened with Saturday, 4 PM Mass.

Prince of Peace Masses continues with 6 PM on Saturday, 8 AM, and 10 AM on Sunday.

The Noon Hispanic Mass has resumed at St. Patrick Chapel on Sunday.


The future of 10 AM broadcasts is being discussed. If anyone is interested in assisting with this, please let MaryRose know at the parish office.  812-265-4166


Broadcasted Masses: 10:00 AM from the Prince of Peace Facebook and Youtube pages See links below


Reconciliation:  Prince of Peace from 5:15-5:45 Saturdays or by appointment with father by calling the parish office: 812-265-4166 Ext 241. 


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Parish Communication: Please help us to stay in better communication: Get the latest announcements! JOIN Evangelus by texting popeace to 55321 or the URL you will be asked to make a profile. You can get notifications by Text or Email. Thank you in advance!

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Facebook is updated daily for announcements, daily gospel reading, and reflection from Word on Fire, and Saint of the Day from  Click Here


We want to thank those who have continued to contribute and have signed up for online giving. We have an amazing parish family. God Bless you! 

Weekly Contributions (green envelopes) and/or any correspondence for parish office or schools can be made by doing one of the following.

  • Weekly Mass collection
  • We have installed a LOCKED drop box on the outside of the Catholic Community Center for your convenience. It is checked daily before dark. The locked box is being used for any information you want to securely give to the parish staff. 
  • You may give online by clicking Giving at the top of the page, and following the directions. If you have any issues, please call Beth at 812-265-4166 ext 237. Please leave a message if she does not answer and she will get back to you. 
  • You may mail it to 305 West State St Madison, IN 47250


Saint of the Day! Click Here

CLICK HERE Choose Video on the left side of the Prince of Peace Catholic Church page (remember our page has the Holy Spirit picture as the profile picture ) and then click the video you want to watch. If you want to watch a LIVE video, be on the page a few minutes before the scheduled mass and wait. You may have to refresh the page, however, you should be able to watch it. 

CLICK HERE  Masses that have occurred will be uploaded. 



Want a link to Spiritual Communion? Click Here to listen to Donna Cori Gibson sing the Spiritual Communion.


Weblinks:  links to important information concerning bulletins and online masses

Parish Contributions: You may mail your envelopes to 305  West State St, Madison, IN 47250. You can give online by Clicking HERE. You can make a one-time gift or you can set reoccurring giving. Please consider this.