We are creating a photo directory to help build community, put names to faces, and commemorate our parish's 75th anniversary! Photographers will be at the church on November 1, 2,3 and 5. Every family that participates will get a FREE copy of the directory and a free 8x10 portrait! You will also have the option to … Continue reading Say cheese: participate in our photo directory!
By Ellen, with some photos by Marie Nigro Our parish recently celebrated its 75th anniversary! Despite having to move the events inside due to the rain, a good time was had by all! And stay tuned: we have even more photos to share, and we’re also planning a slideshow of Holy Rosary history. Announcing our … Continue reading Holy Rosary’s 75th anniversary in photos
Homily from Sunday June 12th 2022: Most Holy Trinity Sunday Today we celebrate Trinity Sunday – The God who is expressed in various ways. This expression, or Doctrine as we call it, puts into words the Christian experience of God as shown by Christ. It is not possible to understand and encompass God – but … Continue reading Insights from Fr. Dan: June 12, 2022
Our parish is celebrating its 75th anniversary! You are invited to join us for Mass at 10 a.m. on June 12, followed by a reception. To help with our planning, please RSVP by clicking here.
Homily from Sunday June 05th 2022: Pentecost Sunday We’ve all been taught that it’s dangerous to play with fire. When I was a little boy of 5 or 6 - I had those kitchen matches with the big red tops and you’d run the match over the long strip to get them to burst into … Continue reading Insights from Fr. Dan: June 5, 2022
Homily from Sunday May 08th 2022: 4th Sunday of Easter We tend to idealize the role of a shepherd and his sheep. What we seem to overlook is that the flock has to endure winter, disease and wolves. For all that, they need a really good shepherd to care for them so that the sheep … Continue reading Insights from Fr. Dan: May 8, 2022
Homily from Sunday May 01st 2022: 3rd Sunday of Easter Today the Gospel shows that Jesus asks for, and then eats some baked fish. All this touching, and eating has but one purpose: to remind us, that when Jesus rose from the dead, his new life included the body he had all along. But the … Continue reading Insights from Fr. Dan: May 1, 2022
Homily from Sunday April 24th 2022: 2nd Sunday of Easter (Divine Mercy) None of the circumstances outside of that locked room in today’s Gospel reading changed after the apostles received the peace that Jesus offered them. They still had to face the same situation they faced before He entered the locked room. They still had … Continue reading Insights from Fr. Dan: April 24, 2022
By Brian Buckley After a two-year hiatus the Circle of Friends resumed its practice of an annual outing to a sugar bush during maple syrup season. On March 26 approximately 25 friends and associates visited Fortune Farms, a family owned and operated sugar bush just outside Almonte. The owners greeted us with their usual warm … Continue reading Circle of Friends Sugar Bush Visit
Homily from Sunday April 17th, 2022: Easter Sunday The Resurrection means that the stone that separated the human race from God, the stone that stood like a wall was rolled away and now in Jesus Christ. The way to the Father is once more wide-open. If we devalue the truth of Easter into simply a … Continue reading Insights from Fr. Dan: Easter 2022