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St. Rose of Lima Parish  Torrington


St. Anthony Parish
Guernsey


St. Leo Parish
Lusk

 

St. Rose of Lima Parish Mission Statement
As we gather to celebrate the Holy Eucharist, let us become one with each other in Jesus Christ.

Mass Signup link for 12/5 and 12/6

Sign up here for Our Lady of Guadalupe Mass on Saturday, 12/12/20, at 8:30am

 NOVENA TO OUR LADY OF THE MIRACULOUS MEDAL | EWTN Religious Catalogue

Current Masses

Saturday:
St. Anthony   4:00 pm
St. Rose        4:00 pm

Sunday:
St. Leo         11:30 am
St. Rose       7:00, 9:00 & 10:30 am
St. Anthony  5:00 pm

Daily Mass:
St. Rose  8:30 am
St. Anthony  
  • Mon - Fri 8am
St. Leo
   not currently scheduled

Confession

St. Rose

Confessions are heard 15 minutes before each daily Mass and from 11:30—1:00 on Saturdays.  Confessions are held in the confessional where you can go face to face or behind the screen.  You must wear a mask.  No reservation is necessary.

 


FLOCKNOTE

St Rose uses Flocknote to keep you current on church events and allows us to reach you at a moment's notice via text or email. PLEASE sign up (below) if you haven't already.

 


Steubenville Conferences to Host Advent “Night of Hope”

STEUBENVILLE, OHIO—On December 12, the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Franciscan University of Steubenville will host its second “Night of Hope” adult conference. The night of prayer, worship, and empowerment will be livestreamed from Finnegan Fieldhouse from 7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m. EST. There is no charge for this online event.

“Night of Hope” includes a keynote presentation titled “Mary, Spouse of the Spirit.” Mary Bielski, national conference speaker and youth minister, will speak about the Blessed Mother as a model for openness, humility, and radical receptivity.

Dr. Bob Rice will lead worship. Father Dave Pivonka, TOR, president of Franciscan University of Steubenville, will lead a time of Eucharistic adoration.

Other presenters include Peter Herbeck, vice president of Renewal Ministries, and Mark Joseph, vice president for Outreach and Evangelization at Franciscan University.

“Our country, not unlike our world, is experiencing trying times, where many are in a place of despair,” said Joseph. “Night of Hope, where people get to experience the saving love of Jesus Christ, can help to eliminate that despair, remove the fear, and provide hope for them and their families.”

"Following our first Night of Hope in July with over 44,000 online participants, we received an overwhelming response of requests to host another,” said Joseph. “We realized just how much people hunger for hope and immediately set to work planning our next Night of Hope."

For a full schedule, registration, and to view the livestreamed event, visit steubenvilleconferences.com/night-of-hope.

Upcoming Events

Full Calendar of Events

 


Our Lady of Guadalupe Celebration Guidelines

From Fr. Ray

We have just received guidelines for the celebration of Our Lady of Guadalupe. As you know, this year Our Lady of Guadalupe falls on a Saturday, which has some restrictions in itself.  Due to the restrictions that are in place for the virus, we will not have the early morning singing celebration this year. We will not be allowed to have a Mariachi group present this year.  We can have one cantor with an accompanist for the Mass.  We will not be able to have a procession or dancers like we have had in the past for the Mass.  There will be no gatherings after the Mass as we have been accustomed to have for the meal.  Seating will be limited so you will need to reserve your spot using FlockNote otherwise you may call the office.  We are limited to 50 who can attend, and we will allow only 10 walk-ins.

These restrictions will certainly make this year’s celebration rather different for us, but I am sure that Mary will bless us for our obedience and make this year’s celebration a grace filled one even for those who could not attend.


Catholic Faith On-Demand         Formed is a website and app that is available for all parishioners of the Tri-Parishes and has; bible studies, faith formation programs, Catholic videos and audiobooks.  To log-in, go to formed.org. Click the sign up button. Type in 82240 and choose St. Rose. Then type in your name and e-mail address.   Enjoy  the great content provided by the Knights of Columbus!



 If you receive a text message appearing to be Fr. Ray asking for money it is spam, please do not respond. Fr. Ray will not ask for money in this manner.



 

 

 

Current Mass Protocol

· You need a reservation.  Please use the link above to reserve your seat(s).

· Everyone must wear a mask.

· Enter through the front doors, exit the side doors.

· As you enter the church, your hands will be sprayed with disinfectant.

· Open seating, but to maintain distancing sit in a numbered space.

· Be on time: doors are locked 5 minutes after Mass begins.

· There may be music but there is no congregational singing.

· Remain in your seat for Communion on Sat/Sun.

· As you leave the pew, put the kneeler down.

· Exit the church right after Mass so volunteers can disinfect the church in a timely fashion.

· Praise God that we are able to attend this celebration!

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


 
     
     

 

 

 

 


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