Our Lady of Peace Parish in Geneva, NY

St. Francis deSales Church
130 Exchange Street, Geneva, NY 14456

St. John's Chapel
630 South Main Street, Geneva, NY 14456

St. Stephen Church
48 Pulteney Street, Geneva, NY 14456

Our Lady of Peace Parish, Geneva, NY
Phone: 315-789-0930    Fax: 315-781-1985      gourladyofpeace@dor.org    Facebook

Parish News

The Family Zone Newsletter
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Offertory donations via EFT
For now the easiest way to make your offertory donation electronically is by signing up for Automatic Donations (Electronic Funds Transfer). This can be started, stopped, or changed quickly and easily by contacting Rebecca in the parish office at 315-789-0930 or by e-mail. Please click here to download the form. The form and e-mail to Rebecca.pizzirusso@dor.org, drop off at the office or mail to the office at 130 Exchange Street, Geneva, NY 14456. Thank you.

The Office of Evangelization and Catechesis has provided some resources for families to continue Faith Formation during these difficult times.
- Click here to read (.pdf)

Creating a Safe Environment Newsletters

SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM:
Call for a pre-baptismal interview with a priest.

SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE:
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Couples should contact a priest at least nine months in advance of their date. A year or more notice is advisable to secure the church and time desired. If one of the couple is divorced, a church annulment will be required. Circumstances
of the prior marriage determine whether or not an annulment might be possible. Consult a priest at least a year in advance.

SACRAMENT OF HOLY ORDERS:
Please visit the Diocesan website at http://www.dor.org/index.cfm/vocations/

SACRAMENT OF ANOINTING THE SICK:
In an emergency, any time.
At other times by appointment.

SICK AND SHUT-INS:
Please call the rectory immediately so that they may be visited. Call 789-0930.

Volunteer Code of Conduct for Adults:
English Version | Spanish Version

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Parish Bulletin
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Minister's List
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Mass Schedule


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St. Stephens
Saturday: 8:00 a.m.
Sunday: 7:30 and 10:30 a.m.
4:30 p.m. HWS (St. John Chapel)

St. Francis
Saturday evening: 4:30 p.m.
Sunday: 9 a.m.
Noon: Spanish Mass

Daily: Monday-Saturday:
Masses at Our Lady of Peace Chapel
at 7:00 a.m. & 12:10 p.m.

Sacrament of Reconciliation
At OLP Chapel - 11:45 a.m. - Noon (M-F)
At SF - 3:30 - 4:15 p.m. on Saturday

RECORDED/LIVE DAILY MASSES
The link below will take you to a daily Mass from our Mass Chapel. It is our effort to reach out to each of you and let you know we are indeed praying for you at Mass each day. Stay well, shelter inside, and be nice to one another. The Lord is with us and very proud of what we are doing!
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   Pastoral Staff


Father Thomas P. Mull
Pastor - 315-789-0930 ext 106

Father Carlos Sanchez
Parochial Vicar, 315-789-0930 ext 113

Dr. Lorraine Williams
Principal - 315-789-1828

Donald Cass
Faith Formation Coordinator - 315-781-2624

Mary Olsen
Catechetical Leader - 315-781-2624

Christine Sauter
Director of Music Ministries - 315-789-0930

Ronald Trunzo
Pastoral Musician -315-789-0930

Rebecca Pizzirusso
Regional Finance Director - 315-789-0930 ext 112

Marie Milligan
Social Ministry Coord. - 315-789-0930 ext 107

Betty DiFederico
Cemetery Admin. - 315-789-0930 ext 108

Tom Scherer
Chair, Pastoral Council - 315-789-0930

Dorothy Kalina
Martha Ministry Coordinator, 315-789- 0930

Hermana Kay Schwenzer RSM
Hispanic Pastoral Minister
kschwenzer2@aol.com, 315-277-0302

St. Francis - St. Stephen School
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St. Mary's & St. Patrick's Cemeteries
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Diocese of Rochester Website
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Our Lady of Peace Parish
Family Resource List (.pdf)


Mission Statement
We profess our belief that Christ sent His Spirit to bestow gifts on His followers according to their part in carrying out His mission. We are committed to be visible signs to each other, and to our community, of Christ’s Presence among us: Proclaiming and evangelizing the Gospel, witnessing to God’s love according to the Roman Catholic Church’s teaching; ministering to the needs of all; and, fostering the spiritual life and growth among parishioners.



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