• Holy Week: "I have given you an example."
      Holy Thursday at OLPH
      Good Friday, Via Crucis
      OLPH Choir
      OLPH Choir
      Painting the fence at OLPH - see the albums
      Easter Vigil
    • Welcome to our parish

      A parish should be a community where people can find it a little easier to be salt for the earth and light for the world.

      A parish should be a place where the parishioners, be they families or individuals, help each other to know Jesus Christ, put his teaching into practice, celebrate his presence among us in the Mass and the sacraments, and make people feel like they belong.  

      (Read more at  "About Us: Welcome")


    • Parish Life
      The Incredulity of Saint Thomas  by Caravaggio (1601-1602).  The painting is located in the Sanssouci Palace, Potsdam, Berlin, Germany.

      The Redemptorist Community, Sisters of St. Joseph, parish staff and pastoral council of Our Lady of Perpetual Help extend to you and your loved ones our wishes for a Most Blessed Easter Season!
      We congratulate the 56 adults of our parish community who were fully initiated into the Body of Christ at the Easter Vigil. We pray that they will continue to enrich our parish community with their many gifts.

      Birthday Celebration 

      The Chinese Community is celebrating  Father Norman Bennett’s 70th Birthday. The Chinese count your birthday from conception. Seventy years of age is magical. The Chinese Mass on Sunday, April 27, will be at 11:45 AM. Dinner at Imperial Golden Palace at 618 62nd Street at 2 PM. Tickets are $60 each or $550 for a table of ten and are available in the rectory. All are welcome to join the fun.

               Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help

       Every Wednesday at 6:45 am, at 8:45 am and 12:10 pm

      Confessions after the 8:45 and 12:10 novenas

      Click on “Ministries” to learn more.

           Click on the image for OLPH School


          Religious Education Program                                 
                   for young people

        Sunday mornings in the OLPH School building
       Classes: 8:45 to 10 am for grades 1 thru 6
       Classes: 11:30 to 12:45 for grades 7 thru 12.
      Click on “Formation” to learn more.


    • Community Outreach

           A website for our community, resources and lots of things:
      Click the image to go to www.olphonline.org       
    • News