Saturday: 4:15 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am & 10:30 am
Daily Mass: Wednesday & Thursday: 6:30 am
During this time Sacrament of Penance is by appointment only.
Wanted! Maintenance Supervisor Assistant (part-time);
- Monday-Friday 10 am to 3 pm to start
- Experience with proper handling of maintenance, janitorial, and snow removal equipment
- Minimum HS Diploma or equivalent
- Preferred 2-3 years experience
- Archdiocese background check required
Email completed job application to: [email protected]
Our joyful obligation of Sunday Mass: In this new video, Archbishop Listecki reflects on and gives an update regarding the dispensation from the obligation of Sunday Mass which ends on September 14, 2020.
"We become sons and daughters of the same God when we share one bread, and hopefully soon, one cup."
Click on the picture to view: See You at Mass Video
A Note from our Associate Pastor
We have just passed our parish feast day on October 7th for Our Lady of the Holy Rosary, but are able to celebrate it this weekend together at Mass. The rosary is the most powerful weapons we have. Fr. James Alberione, SSP says the rosary is highly effective. It has been used against heresies and vice, many sinners have converted to God, and the rosary has been a defense against the devil.
In wheeling this great weapon of spiritual power, it is good to reflect on how to recite the rosary. If we have been saying the rosary for years sometimes it is easy to get caught in the routine and we may not be putting our heart into is as we should.
Fr. James also gives three ways on how one should recite the Rosary:
With faith. Not every Rosary obtains the graces for which it is recited, because the required dispositions are lacking. In speaking of prayer. St. Augustine said that when it is not answered it is because it is offered by someone in sin, it is offered without true devotion, and it is offered to request things unnecessary for eternal salvation. Let us recite the Rosary with faith, meditating the mysteries well and asking for graces that are useful for our souls.
With a determined resolution to reform our lives. Therefore, let us learn the virtues of Jesus and Mary: humility, poverty, love of God, mortification, purity, detachment from the goods of this world and love for heavenly things. “Seek the things that are above… Mind the things that are above.” (Col. 3:1-2).
With devotion. Let us consider well the meaning of the Our Father and the Hail Mary. If possible, we should recite the Rosary in church and on our knees. However, it may be recited anywhere.
Just reflecting on these three points can help us to refocus and sharpen our intentions and motives is saying the rosary with greater devotion and zeal. May we as a parish be great promoters of the rosary. By praying the rosary with great devotions, the ills of the world we are dealing with may go away and that we grow in holiness and brings others to know Jesus and Mary in their own lives as well.
Fr. Joseph Lappe, MIC
Effective August 1st
Please be advised, due to Governor Evers new order, face coverings will now be required at Holy Masses at Holy Rosary Parish. Click on the link below to review this order in detail.
Staff (click on name for contact information)
Director of Religious Education & Youth Ministry
Director of Liturgical Music