Welcome to Our Lady of Peace

We are a welcoming community centered in the Eucharist, striving to live and share the Good News and grow in discipleship with the Lord. We welcome anyone in the Innisfail area to join us in worship.

Mission Statement: “We, the Family of God in Our Lady of Peace Parish – a Eucharistic Community, exist to praise and serve our God by living our call to proclaim the Gospel.”

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Mass Times

Saturday: 5:00 PM
Sunday: 10:30 AM
Monday: No Masses
Tues – Fri: 9:00 AM

Confession Times

Before Weekday Masses
Saturday: 4:15 – 4:45
By Appointment

Office Hours

Monday: Closed
Tues – Fri: 9:30 – 2:00
First Reconciliation & First Eucharist 5th Session

First Reconciliation & First Eucharist 5th Session

The fifth session of First Reconciliation & First Eucharist classes will be following the 10:30 Mass on April 16 for all registered families. Parents are required to join their child for the sessions. Please bring a bagged lunch as the session...

Liturgy Volunteer Training Session

Liturgy Volunteer Training Session

Father Curtis will guide participants through procedures to align all volunteers to the same liturgical practices. Training is for current and new volunteers for Proclaimers, Eucharistic Ministers & Counters. February 11th from 10:30 followed...

Hour of Holy Adoration & Women’s Social

Hour of Holy Adoration & Women’s Social

March 23rd @ 7:00 pm. Please come and join your fellow parishioners for an hour of Holy Adoration, with worship music, a time for silent prayer, and a short scripture - reflection. Confession will be available during this time. Adoration will be...

Lenten Penitential Services

Lenten Penitential Services

LENTEN PENITENTIAL SERVICES: OLOP Innisfail: March 16th @ 7:00 pm St. Mary’s Red Deer: March 21st @ 7:00 pm St. Anne’s Trochu: March 22nd @ 7:00 pm St. Stephen’s Olds: March 24th @ 7:00 pm Sacred Heart Red Deer: March 29th @ 7:00...

CWL Meeting & Soup Sunday

CWL Meeting & Soup Sunday

All ladies of our parish are invited to our next meeting on March 15th @ 7:00pm in the hall. Soup Sunday, March 26 following Mass. All parishioners are invited. Free will offering appreciated.

Prayer to Our Lady of Peace

Most holy and immaculate Virgin, Mother of Jesus and our loving Mother, being his Mother, you shared in his universal kingship. The prophets and angels proclaimed him King of peace. With loving fervor in our hearts, we salute and honor you as Queen of peace.

We pray that your intercession may protect us and all people from hated and discord, and direct our hearts into the ways of peace and justice which your Son taught and exemplified. We ask your maternal care for our Holy Father who works to reconcile the nations in peace. We seek your guidance for our President and other leaders as they strive for world peace.

Glorious Queen of peace, grant us peace in our hearts, harmony in our families, and concord throughout the world. Immaculate Mother, as patroness of our beloved country, watch over us and protect us with your motherly love. Amen.

Our Lady of Peace Parish



In 1904, Father Henri Voisin and Paul Chauvin, priests of St. Marie de Tinchebray, took up residence in the old Innisfail Hotel. Father Voisin made visits on horseback over an area of approximately 25 miles radius, which included Red Deer and Olds.

Mass was celebrated in homes until the first church was built in 1905. It was dedicated and blessed by Bishop Emile Legal, MMI of St. Albert in honour of Louis, King of France on July 21, 1907. This building now converted to a dwelling stands at 4828 – 47th Street. Some families at that time had come directly from France. Sister Emile of St. Joseph’s convent in Red Deer is the daughter of Emile Hermany who built the church. Other families were the Leroughers and Becarts. Mrs. Margaret Wilson, (Nee St. Denis), was one of the original Innisfail families. She helped in the building and supplied many reminiscences of the early years.

January Devotion

The Most Holy Name of Jesus

The month of January is dedicated to the Holy Name of Jesus. “In the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of those that are in heaven, on earth and under the earth” (Phil 2:10). Christ’s name is chosen in heaven, and the Angel Gabriel announces it when he informs the Blessed Virgin of the incarnation: “Behold thou shalt conceive in thy womb and shalt bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name Jesus”. It is a name that has marvellous implications, for it means “saviour.” The very name bespeaks the magnitude of His mission, His infinite love, a love that will cause Him to offer Himself up for us.

The name of Jesus is the sweetest of all names, and He who bears it is most worthy of all love. He who calls Jesus his friend can be assured that this friend is the most devoted and unselfish of all friends.

Jesus is our all. In His name, we may pray to the Father with the assurance of being heard. In His name, the Church administers all her sacraments. In His name, she offers all her prayers and blesses homes, the fields, and the sick. In the name of Jesus she casts out evil spirits, and at the hour of our death bids us, “Go forth, Christian soul.” She assures us that whoever shall call upon this name will be saved. When our soul has departed this life to seek its eternal home, the Church asks in the name of Jesus, “Eternal rest give unto him, O Lord.”

— Benedict Baur, O.S.B.

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Parish Team

Father Curtis Berube

Father Curtis Berube

Father Curtis grew up in the Edmonton area, on an acreage near Beaumont, as the 2nd oldest of 11 children. He has 3 brothers and 7 sisters. After graduating high school in 2011, he began his priestly formation at St. Joseph Seminary in Edmonton in 2012. He completed his seminary studies in Philosophy and Theology over the course of 8 years.

He was ordained to the priesthood for the Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton on June 29th, 2020. In his first 2 years of priesthood, he served as Associate Pastor at St. Thomas More Parish in Edmonton and Holy Family Parish in St. Albert. As of July 13th, 2022, he has been appointed to serve as Pastor of Our Lady of Peace Parish.

Father Curtis feels blessed to be the Pastor of our wonderful parish. He looks forward to serving the people of the parish and being involved in the community in many different ways over the course of his ministry with us.

Angela Spiller

Administrative Assistance

Angela Spiller

Parish Council Chair

Sandy Kathan

Sascha von Hatten Parish Custodian


Sascha von Hatten

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Maintenance Team

Laurier Mainville

Maintenance Team

Patrick Doll

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Maintenance Team

George Rehman

Parish Contact Information

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(403) 226-3932

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4304 49th Ave, Innisfail, Alberta