Queen of Peace

I'm New to Queen of Peace, Kew Gardens, Queens. Where Do I Start?


We are a Roman Catholic parish made up of all age groups with a passion for living a journey of faith and telling the story of God's redeeming love. 
Our worship is rooted in the Apostolic Church, our preaching is relevant, and our ministries will help you grow closer to our Savior Jesus Christ. 
We can’t wait to meet you!

Welcome! We are a parish of many cultures striving to provide a spiritual home for a diverse community.

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Finding Queen of Peace

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Confession Times

Confessions are heard every Saturday from 4:00-4:45PM, and anytime by appointment.

Novenas & Rosary

After 8:30 Mass: Mon. - Miraculous Medal;Tues. - St. Anthony;Wed. - St. Jude;Thurs. - St. Ann;Fri. - Sacred Heart;Sat. - Queen of Peace

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena: Wednesdays at Noon

Mass Times

Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:00PM

Sunday: 8:30AM & 11:00AM 

Monday-Saturday: 8:30AM

Misa en español todos los viernes

Office Hours

Monday to Friday:9:00AM TO 12:00PM, 1:00PM TO 4:00PM

Office closed Saturday & Sunday

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Mass: What to Expect

The central Catholic act of worship is attending the Mass, or Divine Liturgy. The Mass is divided into two parts: the Liturgy of the Word, and the Liturgy of the Eucharist. 

During the first part, the priest leads us in prayer and songs, praising God, thanking Him, and asking Him for forgiveness. We hear Scripture readings, the priest gives a talk, and then we all pronounce the core principles of our faith. 

In the second part, the priest says the blessing, transforming bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Christ. We all say the "Our Father" prayer, and then receive communion. Finally, there is a closing prayer and final blessing.

Why go to mass? Sacraments

A Letter from Monsignor Michael

Welcome! We are a parish of many cultures striving to provide a spiritual home for a diverse community.