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.
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
By Deacon Mathew We have been partaking in a journey of repentance, fasting, and reflection over the last several weeks of Lent. This journey will come to an end next Sunday with celebration of Our Lord’s Resurrection. The church describes the events leading up to Jesus’ death on Good Friday as the “Passion of Christ”. … Continue reading Holy Week: Week of Passion and Resurrection
Pope Francis will lead the Consecration of Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary on Friday, 25 March – the Solemnity of the Annunciation – in St Peter’s Basilica beginning at 5 pm Rome time (Noon, EST). The Act of Consecration will begin at approximately 6:30 pm Rome time (1:30pm, EST). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2fUsZwnt-uM The … Continue reading Consecration of Ukraine and Russia
An act of faith requires three actions: to believe, to know, and to trust. The author of the Letter to the Hebrews defines faith this way: "The assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen." Although we have not seen Jesus Christ in the flesh, we believe, know, and trust that He … Continue reading Deepening My Relationship with Christ: How Do I Do It?
Archbishop Marcel's Lenten Message The Church will begin the forty holy days of Lent on March 2nd, a day when we will not only be marked with ashes but invited to seriously enter into an attitude of conversion. How will we live the next few weeks leading up to Christ's ultimate sacrifice on the cross and his … Continue reading A Lent of Great Importance
By Susan Munn and Marie Nigro Marie Nigro, one of the parish's Synod facilitators, filmed this video to share her excitement about the Synod. It was even featured in the archdiocese's weekly email! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YE81pydQwMQ Holy Rosary's Synod discussions are beginning this week. During this Synod, we are trying to figure out where the Holy Spirit … Continue reading The Synod is starting!
Daylight Savings Time ends - Sunday, 2 AM / Clocks go back 1 hour. Remember our food drive - Bring healthy food items. Winter clothing needed. Pick-up Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes - $10 for shipping costs. Return Dates - Nov 13 & 14 and Nov 20 & 21. Saturday Vigil Mass now starts at 4:30 … Continue reading November news and reminders
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
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!