Special Events

    OLQP Holiday Craft Fair
    OLQP will be hosting a Craft Fair in the parish hall on Saturday, November 15, 2014 from 9:00am until 3:00pm. The cost is $20.00 for one table or $30.00 for two tables. 
    If you are interested in participating, please print out the registration form & waiver found by clicking the link below.  Fill in the required information and send both forms along with the payment to the address listed on the Registration Form no later than August 1, 2014.
    If you have any questions please contact Darnell Czaplicki at 414-545-1066
    Mark your calendar for our annual Packer Party on Sept. 28th at Noon. The Packers will be taking on the Bears.  It is game you won't want to miss...especially on a big screen!  There is no admission fee for this event.
    South 27th Street Construction Update
    Click on the link below for the most recent newsletter regarding the construction work on 27th Street 

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    Welcome to the website for Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Parish and School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  We are very pleased that you are interested in learning more about our parish and school. 

    Our Lady Queen of Peace or OLQP has been serving the families on the southside of Milwaukee for over sixty years.  Our parish is a prayerful community dedicated to helping those in need.  Our school is noted for its welcoming environment and dedicated staff.  Our school is a participant in the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program. 

    We hope that you will find this site very helpful.  However if you have further questions, please do not hesitate to call our parish office or school office at the following numbers:
          Parish Office:  414-672-0313 ext. 13
                              Monday thru Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm
          School Office:  414-672-6660
                              Monday thru Friday 8:00am to 3:00pm

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I’m Judy Weiss and I had the privilege of representing OLQP as the parish delegate for the Milwaukee Archdiocese Synod.
In talking with a number of people, it was clear a lot of people didn’t know exactly what the synod was all about.  Essentially a synod is a meeting and discussion of issues pertaining to the church. In our case, Archbishop Listecki called upon not only church leaders but the lay people of the church to discern on the priorities of the Catholic Church and how we will move forward in the next decade.
As the representative for our parish, it was my responsibility to take with me all the concerns and issues that were stated during our parish wide meetings last fall. Your responses were first taken to the district meetings, and then I took those results to the Synod.  At the weekend long Synod the main priorities which were discussed and discerned upon were: Liturgy, Cultural Diversity, Evangelization, Formation, Catholic Social Teaching, Marriage and Family, Stewardship, and Leadership.  For each of these priorities listed, there were several different approaches the church could take, and we were asked to decide which approach was most necessary and relevant. We first met in our small groups to ask for the Holy Spirit’s guidance and then discussed and voted on our top suggestions for the church.  After we came to an agreement we then met with the entire assembly to cast our votes.  Over the next few months, the Archbishop will be praying, reviewing and analyzing the results of the votes and suggestions shared at the Synod. He will then compose a document which will integrate all the priorities established.  
It was not only exciting but it was very invigorating to see so many Catholics who were passionate and so in love with our Church. The representation was diversified and parishes of all sizes were represented. I feel this is an exciting time for us.  The church will move forward in this next decade based on our input.  As the Archbishop proclaimed during the closing liturgy of the Synod, it is now time for us to renew, ignite and be excited. I am excited and I hope you share this same excitement.
With many thanks to Judy Weiss for saying “Yes” when asked to give of her time to represent our parish at the Synod.
The voting results and outcomes of the Synod are outlined and available at the following link:  

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    Join us as we celebrate the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick.
    All in attendance who are in need of the healing touch of Christ are invited to participate.  Our next celebration of this sacrament will be on Sunday, September 7, 2014 at the 8:30am liturgy.
    Our next Hospitality Sunday will be on September 28, 2014.
    Stop in the School Hall after the 8:30am or 10:30am Mass
    for coffee, donuts and conversation. New members and visitors are welcome.
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