By Marie Nigro October 2, 2021 Despite the rain that just wouldn’t go away, our fourth annual Blessing of the Animals went ahead as planned. It started with Fr. Dan blessing pictures of six kitties that are dear to the heart of the writer of this blog post. Then … Benji arrived! Benji is Irene … Continue reading Blessing of the Animals
Homily from Sunday October 03rd – 27th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME “In 1981 -- Prince Charles got married-Liverpool was crowned soccer champions of Europe-Australia lost the Ashes Tournament-The Pope was shot” “In 2005 -- Prince Charles got married-Liverpool was crowned soccer champions of Europe-Australia lost the Ashes Tournament-The Pope died” “The next time Charles gets … Continue reading Insights from Fr. Dan – October 3, 2021
Homily from Sunday September 26th – 26th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME The Holy Spirit has gathered us here to ponder difficult questions. “Who belongs to Christ and who should be excluded”? Jesus offers a straight forward answer. “Anyone who is not against us is for us”. Jesus’ words deserve repeating. Anyone who is not against … Continue reading Insights from Fr. Dan: September 26
By Marie Nigro Come one, come all, come all creatures great and small to Holy Rosary's 4th Annual Blessing of the Animals! This fun and furry event will happen on Saturday, October 2nd at 2 p.m. on the side lawn of the parish. All animals welcome! Bring a photo of your beloved pet if you … Continue reading Bring your pets to church… yes, really!
Homily from Sunday September 19TH - 25TH Sunday in Ordinary Time As we continue our reflection on discipleship, today, we are concentrating on humility and it cautions against the destructive effects of pride, competition, and selfishness in the life of the Church, at our workplaces, home or even when we volunteer in a parish. When … Continue reading Insights from Deacon Mathew: September 19
Homily from Sunday September 12th - 2th Sunday in Ordinary Time WHO IS JESUS TO ME? Today’s Gospel focuses on: The identity of JesusThe prediction of the death and resurrection of Jesus” andTeaching on discipleship. All three aspects are intimately connected. Jesus today asks the most fundamental question to disciples “Who do you say that … Continue reading Insights from Deacon Mathew: September 12
There is a lot going on at Holy Rosary this fall! For more details, pick up a bulletin after Mass or view the bulletin online any time! Sept 19, Sunday - Outdoor Coffee Sunday, Garden Tour and Information on Laudato Si. (Weather permitting.) A socially distanced “Coffee Sunday Lite” – muffins, coffee, tea and cold … Continue reading Mark your calendars: what’s on this fall
Homily from Sunday September 04th & 05th - 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Since science and medicine cannot fully explain miracles, and because there is a miracle in today’s Gospel; I have a short explanation for the situation. A scientist was conversing with God and told Him blatantly, “you know God, we can transplant just … Continue reading Insights from Fr. Dan: September 4/5
Homily for August 28th/29th - 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time Back around 1990, there was a singing group called Milli Vanilli that caused a great music controversy. The duo of Rob & Fab had exploded onto the pop music scene. They had 6 big hits which included three number 1 songs. Then it was discovered … Continue reading Insights from Fr. Dan: August 28th/29th
This summer our property has undergone a rejuvenation due to the hard work of volunteers under Dennis Kam’s leadership. The flowers are in bloom and the property is looking much better. We appreciate you!