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Thank you for visiting our parish website.  At OLP we wish to extend to friends and neighbors and to visitors and strangers a warm and sincere welcome.  For more than sixty years the Catholic faithful have gathered here in worship and fellowship under the patronage of Our Lady to fulfill the Lord’s mission to His faithful people.  As you visit our website, we hope that you not only discover the information you seek, but you are drawn by our invitation to join us.

If you are visitors to our area, we are honored by your presence at the Eucharist.  If you are a resident searching for a home church, we hope that you will allow us to open our doors to you that you may find a place of faith and friendship.  Please feel free to contact us at any time. 

In the loving care of Our Lady,
Father Rick Schilli, Pastor

Mass Schedule

Daily Mass
Mon. Tues. Thur. Fri.
7:30 am
8 am during school year

4:30 pm

Sunday Mass
8:30 am, 11:00 am, 5:30 pm

Saturday 3:00 – 4:00 pm
Or by appointment with Father Schilli

Our Mission

Guided by the Word of God and the redeeming love shown for us by Jesus, our parish is committed to the Providential Care of God, and the Patronage of Mary, Our Lady of Divine Providence, through prayer, worship, the Sacraments, and joyful service to the needs of others.

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Totus Tuus Summer Program July 8-12
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Protecting God's Children

The Archdiocese of St. Louis provides the sexual abuse prevention program "Protecting God's Children" to parishes, schools, and archdiocesan agencies at no cost.  Click the Image below to learn more.