Holy Rosary School will celebrate a special Mass of Thanksgiving on Friday, November 20 at 8.45am. (No 7.45am Mass.)
On November 21-22, a representative of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul will be speaking at all the weekend Masses.
Thanksgiving Day Mass will be at 9am.
The First Sunday of Advent will be celebrated on November 28-29. All Masses will begin with the Blessing of the Advent Wreath.
The church is open for prayer from 7am to 6pm during the week.
Saturdays, 3:30pm to 4:30pm or by appointment
takes place on the first Friday of the month, beginning after morning Mass, and concluding with Benediction at 4pm.
on the first Saturday of the month at 7.45am in the church, to pray for those who have recently passed away, and to offer the Sacrament of the Sick for those who wish to be anointed.
Fr. Dunstan Epalaat, visiting priest from Kenya, leading the singing of the Lamb of God during morning Mass, summer 2012
Celebrating the Liturgy
The celebration of the Liturgy is, and must be, the heart of every parish's life. Above all else, the celebration of the Liturgy is the reason for our existence. Even if a parish offers no other ministries or activities, it must still gather to celebrate Mass, especially on the Lord's Day.
We are eagerly drawn together by our love of God and gratitude for our redemption in Christ and all our blessings. Everything we do as a parish and as individual Catholic Christians must point us toward our celebration of the Mass and the Sacraments.
The Mass and the Sacraments give us the spiritual strength we need to live as fruitful branches on the Vine that is Jesus Christ until we gather again for worship. It is a wonderful "circular" rythm of life for every faithful disciple of Jesus.
Patrick Barredo, Pastoral Associate
(contact for all areas of Liturgy except Music)
Paul Dolejsi, Pastoral Associate for Music
(adult ensembles, teens and children)
Bob Ingalls, Choir Director