Welcome to the new Holy Rosary Church website! We are a vibrant parish over 100 years young. Ours is a diverse Catholic community of generations, experiencing the living God and reflecting our faith through action with one another. Holy Rosary is a joyful Eucharistic congregation with all of our worship, ministries, and activities flowing from and toward communion with Jesus Christ. We are a welcoming, reconciling parish of saints and sinners seeking to be formed more fully as disciples of Our Savior. As a result, we embrace the sacred mission the Lord entrusted to us by proclaiming the Gospel with our words and the integrity with which we lead our lives. To further that goal, we’ve created a dynamic online presence especially for you. This website is the place where “faith and life” meet. We not only offer you great Catholic content, we offer information for your “everyday life” needs. Come join us, won’t you? Whether you are from far away or just around the corner, you are always welcome to be a part of our faith community.
You asked for more – and we heard you! Not only will you continue to find general Holy Rosary Parish information, you will also see timely updates about our events as well as a wonderful selection of articles by popular Catholic authors such as Bishop Robert Barron on topics relevant to Catholicism today. News articles are constantly being added as well, so we encourage you to click on the "Parish Life" tab above and then click on the articles link.
We are also pleased to provide links to many fine Catholic resources. The expanded and improved Holy Rosary Parish website provides an even greater assortment of links to various Catholic sources, thereby allowing you to stay informed about our beloved Catholic Church’s news, beliefs, and traditions. All you have to do is click on the "Resources" tab at the top right of this page, and then click to access the correlating text. We thank you for your patience, and look forward to continuing to provide you with Holy Rosary Parish information and news.
"Lent is a new beginning, a path leading to the certain goal of Easter, Christ's victory over death. This season urgently calls us to conversion. Christians are asked to return to God "with all their hearts" (Joel 2:12), to refuse to settle for mediocrity, and to grow in friendship with the Lord.
"Jesus is the faithful friend who never abandons us. Even when we sin, he patiently awaits our return; by that patient expectation, he shows us his readiness to forgive."
--- Pope Francis 2017