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Fatima Devotions

The Fatima Devotions will be held on Sunday June 13th at 6PM.  Please note the time change from the bulletin.

Faith , Hope, and Healing

Thank you for celebrating Commitment Sunday with us this weekend. Your commitment to our parish through our Faith, Hope & Healing Program will continue to bring life to our community. If completing your Commitment Card was not possible at Mass, you may complete an electronic Commitment Card or you can mail your card to the church.    

     We ask you to please review this newsletter and prayerfully consider how you and your family can help Holy Rosary Parish by financially supporting our ministries, furthering our mission, and reinforcing our future.  All cards must be returned to the parish by Sunday June 13th. 

5th Annual Holy Rosary Parish Golf Tournament  will be held Sunday June 13th at Sand Springs Golf Course, Drums.  Registration is from 12-1PM.  Cost is $75 per golfer or $300 per team.  Italian Buffet following tournament .  To register or to be a  business sponsor of  the event, please call Rocco @ 570-436-1459. 

Christian Women 

 The Christian Women will have their first meeting since the pandemic on Monday June 21 at 6:30 PM in the Church hall.  New members are always welcome!

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The Faith, Hope, and Healing Commitment Card which you received gives you the opportunity to include your prayer intentions.  The returned cards will be placed on the altar and their intentions will be prayed for at all Masses.   We will also anonymously share some of the many intentions here so that you may prayer for them at any time.

This week we pray for the following:

-for those healing from sexual abuse

-for those experiencing vision problems

-for those suffering from the death of a child

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Use the link below to visit our secure online giving page where you can turn in your offering or make a one-time donation to support our parish. 

Our parish Masses will continue to be recorded  and/or livestreamed and posted here.   Previous Masses can be found on our Weekend Masses  page.

Lighthouse Catholic Media is now reopened.  Please feel free to visit the display of books, CDs, rosaries, DVDs and more, near the main entrance of the Church.

THE OFFICE WILL REOPEN WITH LIMITED HOURS on October 1st.  The office will also be closed on Fridays. In an effort to minimize personal contact, we kindly ask you to avoid  unnecessary visits to the parish office. Please call or e-mail us for any requests or questions.

Covid -19 Response Updated  5/14

Individuals who are fully vaccinated from COVID-19 are not required to wear masks while attending Mass or receiving Holy Communion. Fully vaccinated individuals are welcome to continue wearing masks at Mass if desired for personal protection and/or comfort.

 Individuals who have not been fully vaccinated must continue to wear masks while attending Mass. Individuals who are not fully vaccinated must wear a mask while receiving Holy Communion but may briefly remove the mask in order to consume the Sacred Host.  Fully vaccinated is considered to be two weeks after your final dose. 

  Mass will continue to be shared online.   We strongly urge those who may be most vulnerable to serious impacts of the disease to prayerfully consider their health before deciding to attend Mass.  

Read the text or watch the video as Bishop Bambera welcomes  us back to Mass and invites all others in good health to join with us.  

Read the updated guidance  for Mass attendance from the Diocese of Scranton .

Updated 5/14/21

Confession                     Updated  2/12  Beginning Saturday, August 15th Confession will  be offered from         3-4PM.  No appointment is necessary.     Masks must be worn.  Please follow direction of Ushers to be seated.   

Our Mission

We, the people of Holy Rosary Parish, are committed through our baptism to continue the ministry of Jesus Christ in our own times and place.  As God's family, we are committed to living the Gospel through the celebration of the Eucharist and the other sacraments, faithfully presenting and living the teachings of the Church, and to love as Jesus loved, especially in regard to the poor, the needy and the troubled.