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May be an image of footwear and text that says 'Shoe Drive New or Gently Used Shoes Psalms 82:3 Defend the weak and the fatherless uphold the cause of he poor the oppressed. Rescue the veak and the needy deliver them from the hand of the wicked. Libera has 50% of its population under the age of 16. These children are the weak and fatherless. These children have NO shoes. Can't YOU spare one of yours? Do this in His name! Colossians 3:17 Whatever you do in word deed, do in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks through Him to God the Father. oyA ンンA'

Bring them to the Parish office at 305 W State St. Madison, IN. We will make sure they get to the appropriate person.

God Bless you and thank you for any assistance you can give.

We currently have sold 25%. THANK YOU! You can buy as many as you want or sell them for us!

Christmas Eve, December 24th

4:00 PM Most Sorrowful Mother of God

5:00 PM Children’s Choir at Prince of Peace

5:30 PM Prince of Peace Mass

7:00 PM Prince of Peace Choir

7:30 PM Prince of Peace Mass

(Broadcasted on Facebook)

9:00 PM Prince of Peace Choir

9:30 PM Prince of Peace Mass

Christmas Day, December 25th

9:00 AM Prince of Peace

(Cantor and organist)

Christmas Blessings,

Reverend Christopher A. Craig

The Prince of Peace Choir will begin practicing on Wed. Nov. 9th through Dec. 21 in preparation for the Advent and Christmas seasons. We take all voices from high school on up. COME JOIN US! WE NEED YOUR VOICE. Click the button above to sign up.

The Madison Performing Arts Foundation is pleased to present Will Herzog, violin, in recital on Sunday, November 13, at 7:00 p.m. at the Jefferson County Historical Center.  The concert is free and the public is warmly invited to attend.

The Memorial Mass for deceased members will occur on Tuesday, Nov. 8 at 5:30 PM at Prince of Peace. All knights are encouraged to attend.

Please join Prince of Peace, the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, and the world as we celebrate a Eucharistic Revival. This began in the summer of 2022 and concluded in 2025.

Prayer for Eucharistic Revival
Archdiocese of Indianapolis

Lord Jesus Christ,
In our pride…humble us
In our greed…free us
In our lust…fulfill us
In our envy…satisfy us
In our gluttony…feed us
In our wrath…release us
In our sloth…invigorate us
In our stubbornness…soften us
In our apathy…love us 
In our lukewarmness…impassion us 
In our neglect…turn toward us
In our deafness…call us
In our drifting…lead us
In our doubt…assure us
In our grief…infill us
In our sickness…heal us
In our frailty…strengthen us
In our darkness…find us
In our fear…encourage us
In our temptation…guard us
In our poverty…raise us
In our loneliness…befriend us
In our exhaustion…carry us
In our work…fashion us
In our sacrifice…renew us
In our pain…comfort us
Throughout our lives…animate us
When we sin…forgive us
When weakness conquers…overwhelm us
Through your death…perfect us
At our death…revive us into eternal life

Let us Pray
God our Father, it is through the perfect sacrifice of your Son that you offer to all abundance of new life in this present age.  We pray that where we experience loss in the life of Grace, you would pour out upon our Archdiocese the saving gifts conveyed through the most holy Body and Blood of your Son.  May His Eucharistic life consume us all and revive each of us into His one body and singular mission, welling up to eternal life.  We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you and Holy Spirit, God forever and ever. Amen.

The Fiber Ministry has been busy making afghans for the newly baptized. However, if you know of a family member that could use a prayer shawl or a lap blanket, please let the office know. Please watch the bulletin for their next meeting.