This weekend Fr. Clarke and Deacon Oberto will be introducing a program called Faith, Hope & Healing Program. In addition to this announcement, you will receive a newsletter explaining what this is in more detail. 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. Our community spent the last several months responding to the historical crisis in so many ways and the Deacon and myself are so proud to be part of our parish community. After prayerfully reviewing the information provide, next Sunday May 16th will be Commitment Sunday. We invite everyone to join together and participate in supporting our parish’s future. We ask that all faithful parishioners complete a Commitment Card.
This card will be included in the newsletter mailing for you to:
* mail to the church using the pre-addressed envelope included in this mailing.
* or bring your card to Mass next Sunday.
*or use the link to the right to complete an electronic Commitment Card.
The back of the Commitment Card has a place for you to include any prayer intentions you wish to share. We welcome all intentions which will be placed on the Altar and prayed over during Mass. Our goal is 100% participation! Thank you for your generosity and support of Holy Rosary Church!
Ways to Give
Thank you for supporting Holy Rosary. Your gift helps us to continue to share the teachings of the Church, supports faith formation within the Parish, offers tuition assistance for students attending parochial schools and helps with the general upkeep of our parish buildings and grounds.
We offer three convenient ways to give.
!. At Mass- Parishioners receive envelopes bi-annually and can return them during Mass
2. By Mail- Envelopes or donations can be mailed to the Parish Office
Holy Rosary Church
240 S Poplar Street
Hazleton PA 18201
3. Online- Parishioners or Visitors are welcome to use our secure online donation form anytime
Estate Planning and IRA Charitable Giving opportunities are meaningful ways to provide financial support to your parish. If you are 70½ or older and have a traditional individual retirement account, you can make a gift directly from your IRA. You may also want to consider setting up an estate giving plan which can provide benefits to your family and, at the same time, support your parish and other charitable organizations. Contact the Parish Office for more information.