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Our Lady’s Guild of Prince of Peace installs new officers

Posted 4/25/22

Father David Ostler, Pastor of Prince of Peace Parish in Sun City West, installed the new officers of Our Lady’s Guild for the 2022-23 year.

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OFFICERS

Our Lady’s Guild of Prince of Peace installs new officers

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Father David Ostler, Pastor of Prince of Peace Parish in Sun City West, installed the new officers of Our Lady’s Guild for the 2022-23 year.

The guild is only one year old but has made great strides to serve the parish and especially the ladies of the parish. During the first year, the guild established a “Focus on Jesus” group that included spiritual book studies, several trips to local spiritual and charitable destinations and a one-woman play about St. Mary Magdalen.

The guild established Ladies Night Out, a monthly social gathering focused on having fun and providing an opportunity for ladies to get acquainted, and started a prayer shawl ministry; in just two months, ladies produced 65 prayer shawls for a local care center.

The guild also sponsors weekly coffee and donuts gatherings after Sunday masses to encourage fellowship within the parish.

The new officers will be working during the summer to plan for the coming year. 

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