Bringing Faith to the Community Since 1951
We are a Catholic faith community who believes in God - Father, Son and Holy Spirit - and who follows Christ's teaching of love and service. As a parish founded by immigrants, we recognize that we continue to be a multi-ethnic parish. We welcome everyone by ministering to their various needs and provide all with the opportunity to grow intellectually in Christ.
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Mary, Mother of the Unborn
A sacred and comforting place of prayer for loved ones of new-born children, expecting couples, adoptive parents and children with special needs.
Under the direction of then Reverend Ronald Marino, Mary Mother of the Unborn Chapel was dedicated on March 5th, 1989. Our parish is the only parish in the Diocese which has this devotion to Mary, under this title. The "baby chapel" has been a real blessing for hundreds of couples who have visited it.
Our Chapel of Mary, Mother of the Unborn, has been the subject of many magazine articles here in the USA, in Italy and in Canada. You can help to promote this powerful devotion by your invitation to others.
St. Joseph Chapel & Columbarium
Situated in the lower level of the Basilica of Regina Pacis, St. Joseph Chapel and Columbarium contains the final resting place for the cremated remains of Catholics and their relatives.
The Chapel of St. Joseph is surrounded by beautiful etched glass representations of Saints whom the Catholic Church has honored for their holiness. Near the Statue of St. Joseph, patron Saint of a peaceful death, is a fountain of peacefully flowing water, symbolizing the Sacrament of Baptism through which believers receive the gift of eternal life.
The Columbarium area contains two prayer chapels for honoring and remembering those who have died, and whose remains are buried elsewhere. Lighted glass plaques, Cenotaphs, list the names of individuals and families who have been or will be buried in other cemeteries, so that a remembrance of the whole family can be located in one place.
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“For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him might not perish but might have eternal life.”