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 A vibrant, welcoming parish family dedicated to growing disciples,
and making Church matter.

Weekly Mass Times:

Saturday - 5:00 p.m. (Vigil)
Sunday - 9:00 (livestreamed) & 11:00 a.m.

Tuesday - 4:00 p.m. &
Wednesday through Saturday 8:00 a.m.

Rosary: 7:30 a.m.

Inclement Weather Policy

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Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

We have been living through the challenges of the coronavirus for the past three years. In that time, we have faced lockdowns, quarantining, illnesses, deaths of loved ones and more. I bring to your attention that our Catholic Tradition holds that the length of time for the public ministry of Jesus was also three years. And look at all He accomplished in that amount of time!

Over the last three years, we have not only survived as a parish, but might I suggest we have flourished. These challenges, in a strange and mysterious way, have brought about the best in us, helping to define our parish as a vibrant, welcoming parish family dedicated to growing disciples and making Church matter.

The Passion of Christ was the definitive act of love in the life of our Lord. His courage and strength through his suffering is a model to us all. Just as the sacrifices of Lent pave the way to Easter, so too our strengths are born of our suffering. Keep Christ in mind this Lent as you endure occasional inconveniences and distress associated with this post-pandemic time. Rather than obstacles, these are opportunities to join your sufferings to His and thus personally participate in the redemptive act of Christ on the Cross. Saint Paul in his letter to the Colossians (1:24) wrote, “Even now I find my joy in the suffering I endure for you. In my own flesh I fill up what is lacking in the sufferings of Christ for the sake of His body, the church.” Remember that He is always beside you, helping you carry your cross. We have firm faith that the eternal joy promised to us in the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus also is prefigured right here and now in this life. It helps to see this life through the eyes of Faith.

“Let us not grow tired of doing good, for in due time we shall reap our harvest, if we do not give up. So then, while we have the opportunity, let us do good to all.” In his message for Lent last year, Pope Francis echoed these words of encouragement from Paul to the Galatians (6: 9-10), and they still hold true today for all of us.

Please take the opportunity during Lent to renew and refresh your relationship with God. We encourage you and your loved ones to gather with us by participating in the many spiritually uplifting and nourishing opportunities that will be taking place at our parish as you prepare your hearts and souls for the celebration of the Resurrection of Our Lord.

We look forward to seeing you as we approach the important liturgical celebrations of Lent and Easter. We assure you that you will be refreshed and renewed through your personal observances and participation with us as a parish family.

Devotedly Yours in Christ Jesus,

Monsignor Joseph P. Gentili

Deacon Robert F. Brady

Deacon Kenneth Omeke

Lent - 2023
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We have created a menu of Lenten offerings and activities to help you plan some special times and ways to deepen your experience of Christ’s journey to the Cross and Resurrection.

Click the button below for a list of suggestions from the traditional to some new ones. You get to choose a variety of ways to truly join the journey, your way!

Journey to the Cross - Prayer Challenge
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Join us on a 10-day journey through the story of  Christ’s passion. The journey starts on March 28. This series contains one text each day for 10 days. Each text will let you know which scripture verses to read (about a couple of paragraphs each day) and give you a question to reflect on through prayer and journaling.

Be sure to click the "Sign Me Up" button to be added to the list!

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Please join us for Mass, plus special events.

Our Masses are livestreamed - Tuesday to Sunday.

Our Lady of Guadalupe Church livestreams 9:00 a.m. Mass every Sunday morning, and weekdays Tuesday through Saturday. The livestreams are recorded for your convenience. Please feel free to share with your family and friends. We hope our livestream masses lift spirits, helping you feel the strength and love of the Lord.

We also offer livestreaming for events: marriages, baptisms, funerals, educational events and other special occasions. If you're interested in learning more, please contact the parish office.

You may contact us by calling: (267) 247-5374 or email us at with any questions.  



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There’s always something happening at OLG. Check out the following events.




(Fridays during Lent) 


Lenten Mission

Lenten Mission

Join now for Lent - 2023.

Prayer Challenge

Prayer Challenge

Join us on a 10-day journey through the story of Christ’s passion.

Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross

During Lent. Fridays at 6:30 p.m.

Holy Week

Holy Week

Schedule begins - Sunday, April 2, 2023.

CYO Spring Track

CYO Spring Track

2023 Registration ends March 19, 2023.

Join us.

Join us.

Friday, May 5, 2023.

One Family Day

One Family Day

Please join us June 4, for a day of faith, family and fun!

Monsignor Reports

Monsignor Reports

Stay up-to-date with current Catholic news from our Parish, and around the world.

Archbishop Perez

Archbishop Perez

Read his article now.



Children’s Choir and Teen Band are accepting members.

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Thinking about coming back to Mass?

Watch this video and discover how coming back to Mass at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church has enriched so many parishioners lives. We're looking forward to seeing you and celebrating the Body of Christ together soon!