Ministry Schedule (SB)

Mass Times

Holy Rosary
Sat 5:00 PM
Sun 10:00 AM
 

Spanish Language Mass 5 PM Second Sunday of each Month

St. Bridget
Sun 8:00 AM

See the bulletin for daily Mass details

 

Reconciliation

Saturday

4:00-4:30 PM
Holy Rosary

Sunday
7:30 AM
St. Bridget

Other times by appointment.

 

Adoration Schedule

Eucharistic Adoration (HR)
First Sunday of the Month 2-4:00 PM
 

Vision

Holy Rosary Parish strives to be a welcoming faith family that inspires Gospel values lived in the Catholic Tradition.

Mission

Holy Rosary Parish strives to be good stewards of God's love in our families and in the greater community. 

Holy Rosary is designated by the letters HR, St. Bridget is designated by the letters SB.

Saturday, October 21st

Reconciliation (HR) • 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Mass (HR) • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Sunday, October 22nd

Reconciliation (SB) • 7:30am - 8:30am
Mass (SB) • 8:00am - 9:00am
Mass (HR) • 10:00am - 11:00am
Confirmation Class -PC Library • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Monday, October 23rd

St. John of Capistrano
Communion Service Marian • 7:15am
Bible Study -PC Library • 9:30am - 10:30am
Tuesday, October 24th

St. Anthony Mary Claret
Mass - Marian • 7:15am - 7:45am
Morning MOMS Group -Trish Koch's home • 8:00am - 9:00am
Wednesday, October 25th

Mass - Marian Residence • 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Eucharistic Miracles Display

There is still time to view the Eucharistic Miracles display that is located in the lyceum at 9th and Big Horn Ave.  This exhibit features 40 beautiful panels that highlight some of the most powerful Eucharistic miracles of the world.  The panels feature both graphic and written depictions of the miracles.  The hours are Friday and Saturday from 4-8pm and on Sunday from 9am-3pm.  Please take time to see this wonderful display!

Feast of St. Francis

The Feast of St. Francis was recognized by the Blessing of the Pets on Wednesday, Oct. 4th at 3:30 at St. Joseph's park across from St. Agnes.  Fr. Tim Stoner read a blessing and then blessed each animal with Holy Water.  There was a german shepherd, two blue heelers, basset hound, border collie, yellow lab, black lab and several other smaller dogs and a black cat.  

 

 

Totus Tuus 2017 - Holy Rosary

We had a great week of Totus Tuus.  First through eighth grade students met Mon. - Fri.  The high school group met Sun. - Thurs.  We had a really good turn out and the youth learned a lot about our Catholic faith along with a lot of fun!  Check out the picture.

2017 First Eucharist

Seventeen young people received First Eucharist at Holy Rosary Church on Sunday at a special 2:00pm mass.  Front row, L to R,: David Sloggett, Trini Trejo, 2nd row, Paz Cody, Hadley Shrewsbury, Brylee Rasmussen, Emily Johnston, Ande Girard, Nyeli Bauer, Kenley Jelinek, Elizabeth Wenzel, 3rd row, Donna LeMunyan, altar server, Anden Weingart, Asher Saka, Christian Valdez, Abigail LeMunyan, Kiki Adams, Gabriel Busch, Cooper Hicks, Morgan LeMunyan, altar server, 4th row, Pam Cyza, St. Agnes catechist, Fr. Tim Stoner, Fr. Roy Pasala, Samantha Montgomery, catechist, Bridget Johnston, catechist, Noreen Placek, Director of Religious Education.  (Photo by Just Shoot Me Photographics)

2017 Graduating Class



“Holy Rosary 2017 Senior Graduates” 
Fr. Rayappa Pasala, Associate Pastor front middle,  Front L to R, Katie Failor, Peyton Stoike, Elizabeth Rivera, Elizabeth Johnston, Anna Adam, Kathleen Trussel, Elora Bleisch.  Top L to R Ty Redecker, Gage Rolls, Trevor Ridenour, Lane Lauder, Brody Brennan, Tyler Adamson

Stewardship Council Active at Holy Rosary

The Stewardship Council has been busy with this year's Stewardship Renewal.  The theme of "We Are God's Hands" was chosen.  The idea of a banner with the congregation holding out their hands was discussed and with the generous donation from Just Shoot Me Photographics, it became a reality.  The idea of stewardship was started with a Stewardship Prayer being read for about a month before we conducted the renewal weekends.  A witness talk was given by Larry Snyder at all of the masses and the Here I Am Booklets were positioned in the pews for people to see all the areas of ministry that require volunteers to be successful.  The following Sunday the Time, Talent, and Treasure brochures were put in the pews for people to fill out at the beginning of Mass and brought up at the time of the offering.  The Time, Talent and Treasure brochures were tabulated and reports were created for each ministry.  The reports were mailed to each of the heads of the ministry to contact any new people who were interested in the ministry and provide training so as to get them involved.

      These are pictures of the Stewardship Council members (Roger Applegarth and Dale Collins) hanging the "We Are God's Hands" banner in the church with the help of Gretchen Rischling.

Holy Rosary Missions Projects

The missions collection means more than just Haiti.  Yes, they are distributed on the international level such as Haiti, but we also give to reputable national organizations (Heifers.org) that help the needy, as pictured below.  At the local levels, we help with immediate needs found in the community.  One example is the green wheelbarrow at the church entrance.  The contents are given weekly to the "Just Neighbors" organization.  Your generosity reaches many avenues for the needy.  Please click on the link to see the certificate of appreciation the parish has received.

  Missions Collection

Holy Rosary has a Faith Formation Website!

Holy Rosary Faith Formation program is excited to announce the launch of a new website dedicated to parents and children of our faith formation program.  We are here to help parents educate their children in the ways of the Catholic Church.  Please check out the link and if you have any suggestions, please contact the faith formation office at 762-2830.  www.holyrosaryalliance.weebly.com

Holy Rosary on Twitter!

Holy Rosary is now on Twitter.  Please follow us at HolyRosaryAllia.

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults

We will begin RCIA sessions the second Thursday in September.  Are you seeking a deeper relationship with God?  Do you wish to learn more about the Catholic Church?  Do you wish to become Catholic?  Contact Ellen at the parish center for more information.

Minute Meditations

  • Saint Francis spent almost half of his life on and in the mountains, and the other half he spent on the road entering and leaving cities. As Jesus walked up the mountain to pray, then descended and moved among the people, so did Francis and the early brothers, discovering, contemplating, and sanctifying new places, as they continued to walk beyond their own history, as do we...

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