Queen of Peace Catholic Church

LOVING GOD, LOVING OTHERS & MAKING DISCIPLES

Contact Info

102 4th Street
Cloquet, MN 55720
P: 218-879-6793
F: 218-879-8930

Creed Night and Family Faith Formation for 2014/2015

Information for this upcoming year's Family Faith Formation and Creed Night programs including online registration and a calendar for the year can be found at the link below. May this year be a time to grow in our faith and strengthen our relationship with Jesus Christ. 

Creed Night and Family Faith Formation Info Page

Queen of Peace Parish is a community of the Christian faithful that gather together for the Sunday celebration of the Eucharist. The parish initiates the Christian people into the ordinary expression of the liturgical life: it gathers them together in this celebration; it teaches Christ’s saving doctrine; it practices the charity of the Lord in good works and love of God and neighbor.

Queen of Peace Parish has been a defined community since July of 1989 when two previous parishes (St. Casimir’s and Our Lady of Sacred Heart) were merged. It is part of the Diocese of Duluth under the pastoral authority of Bishop Paul Sirba.

There are many ministries and activities in our parish and you are welcome to join in! Given their variety and number, there are many opportunities for spiritual growth, fellowship and service. We hope that you find a way to be included in the life of Queen of Peace.

Welcome, and God bless you!

2013/2014 Year End Financial Report

Finance Report

Mass Times

Saturday 5:00 pm (Confessions 4:00 pm)
Sunday 9:30 am
Sunday 8:00 am at Holy Family

Weekday Masses Mon - Thur 7:30 a.m.
Friday (School days) - 9:30 a.m.

Office Hours

Monday -Thursday 9:00 -12:00 & 12:30-3:00
Friday - 9:00 -12:30

Events

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