Easter Mass Times

Easter Vigil: 8 pm

Easter Sunday: 7:30 am, 9:30 am, 11:30 am

There is no 6 pm Mass on Easter

There are no confessions before Easter Masses

Happy Easter! Alleluia!


Divine Mercy Novena and Devotion

Mary, Queen of Peace will celebrate Divine Mercy on Sunday April 28 from 2 to 4 p.m.

A novena begins on Good Friday, after the 3 p.m. service. The complete schedule is as follows: 

Friday April 19: After 3 p.m. service

Saturday April 20: 3 p.m.

Sunday April 21: After 11:30 Mass

Monday April 22-Saturday April 27: After 9 a.m. Mass


Take one step closer to God: May 8

Are you a-better-version-of-yourself today than you were yesterday? Last week? Last year? If you don’t know, or you really have to think about it, it’s time to change that.

Better Sunday is an hour-long event that will help you develop one real, practical habit to make the most of the opportunities God gives you to live the life He dreams for you.

Can a better Sunday truly lead to a better life? Come and see! 

Register now for our May 8 event, 7 p.m. in the church.


Knights of Columbus Easter Egg Hunt

The Knights of Columbus will host an Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday April 20 at Mary, Queen of Peace.

Find out more here.


Sign up for E-Giving!

Would you like to ensure that your offering is made on a regular basis? Our new online giving option allows you to manage your donations. If you already give electronically, sign up and we will update your information. Call the office at 985-202-0232 with any questions. Thank you and God bless!

Fasting and Abstinence


Fasting is to be observed on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday by all Catholics who are 18 years of age but not yet 59. Those who are bound to fast may take only one full meal. Two smaller meals are permitted if necessary to maintain strength according to each one’s needs, but eating solid foods between meals is not permitted. Abstinence from meat is to be observed by all Catholics 14 years or older on Ash Wednesday, Good Friday and on all Fridays of Lent. The determination of certain days as obligatory days of penance should not be understood as limiting the occasions for Christian penance.


The spirit of the season of Lent should be maintained throughout the weeks of Lent. The obligation to observe penitential days of the Church is a very important part of our spiritual life. Individual circumstances must be taken into account, but in general, people should seek to do more rather than less, since fast and abstinence on the days prescribed should be considered a minimal response to the Lord’s call to penance and conversion of life.

Traveling? Mass Times are at your fingertips

If you are traveling and want to find the nearest Catholic church near you with Mass times, just click here!

Are You New to Mary, Queen of Peace Catholic Church?

Welcome to Mary, Queen of Peace, where you are invited to encounter Jesus and discover the joy of experiencing and sharing His love. 

Here are a few things that might help you get connected. Always feel free to call the parish office at 985-626-6977 with any questions.

Register online

Set up online giving

Meet/contact the staff

Find out about Baptism

Find out about Funerals

Find Mass and Confession Times

Discover our FourTwelve youth group for high school and middle school

Connect with other young adults





Putting the Faith at your Fingertips

Want to learn more about the Catholic faith but don't have time to come to Mary, Queen of Peace Catholic Church for Bible study or faith formation programs? No worries! Mary, Queen of Peace is bringing the Catholic faith to you with formed.org. Parishioners are invited to log in and take a look at the many programs available - movies, faith formation programs, and much more. Click here, enter parish code 8R8EQN  and create your profile! Questions? Call the office at 985-202-0232.

My Own Church: Sign up here

To make your life easier, Mary, Queen of Peace invites you to register with My Own Church, which gives you access to your family information and your giving information. 

Click here for a how-to slideshow!

Meanwhile, if you have any questions, call Karen in the parish office: 985-202-0232 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Update on Fr. Ronnie

Fr Ronnie has chemo treatments at MD Anderson every 3 weeks.

Watch for updates here.

Fr. Ronnie Calkins, our former pastor, appreciates all of the love and support from Mary, Queen of Peace. 

Please continue to keep Fr. Ronnie in your prayers along this journey.

God bless.

Church Art and Environment

Find out about the artwork and more in our church by clicking here.