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  • Location

    Our parish is located at:
    90 Third St. (New Dorp, S.I.)
    Staten Island, NY 10306
    Ph. (718) 351-1093,(718) 351 - 1372 
    Fax: (718) 351-1784
    website: olqpchurch.org
    email: olqpchurch@verizon.net

     

  • Return to Mass at Our Lady Queen of Peace and Our Lady of Lourdes!

    Attendance at each individual Mass is limited to no more than 25% of our church’s occupancy, approximately 80 people.
    The Mass schedule at Our Lady Queen of Peace beginning Monday, June 22 is as follows:
    - Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays – 8 am
    - Saturday 4 pm
    - Sundays – 7 am, 9 am, and 11 am
    The Mass schedule at Our Lady of Lourdes beginning Sunday, June 28th is as follows:
    - Sundays at 10 am 
    Enter through parking lot door only and exit through the other doors. Thank you for your understanding and paying attention to ushers and caring for everyone!
    This schedule will allow social distancing and time allowed for cleaning after each Mass.
    Use of face masks are mandatory until further notice.

    THE SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK It was announced this morning that the City of New York – “East Side, West Side, all around the town” – will be prepared to reopen on Monday, June 22, allowing for Phase II. Not only will parish offices in the Bronx, Manhattan and Staten Island be open to the public on Monday, but they may also resume weekday Mass, baptisms, weddings and funerals at 25% of the capacity of the church provided that physical distancing and other guidelines are followed. All precautions must be taken (wearing of masks, maintaining a six-foot distance, no physical contact except for communion, frequent washing of hands, and sanitizing surfaces). During this pandemic, our first priority has been the safety of the clergy and people, and self-care of all ministers. The second priority is to resume in-person worship.
    In addition, Sunday Mass with supervised attendance will be permitted on June 28. Speak first-hand with priest-friends in the mid-Hudson counties who will be happy to share their experiences with you.
    Recall that entry to churches will be through one door only but several emergency exit doors will be available. A greeter will be present to count the faithful as they enter. Strict cutoff will be when 25% of the church capacity is reached. This did not turn out to be an issue because attendance was low in most churches on the first day back.
    The final level and our ultimate goal, ADNY Level V will see us resuming our full parish Mass schedule and sacramental activity.