We will celebrate our parish’s “Festival of Ministries” next weekend, Oct. 3 and 4, after all masses in the parish hall. You will have an opportunity to visit with representatives from many of our parish’s ministries and organizations and learn how you might become more involved. Light refreshments will be served after the 5pm mass that weekend, and donuts and coffee after all Sunday masses. Also, all registered parishioners will receive a letter in the mail soon including a stewardship pamphlet and prayer card. Please share this information with each member of your household. If you do not receive the mailing, please contact the parish office. The Intention Card Collection will take place during all the masses on Oct. 10-11, when our priests will invite you to place your completed intention card in a special basket (or you may return it at any time by Oct. 30th in the offertory collection or to the parish office). Over these next few weeks, we invite you to spend some time in prayer and reflection, listening for how God is calling you "Build My Church" through Prayer, Participation and Generosity at our parish.
St. Rose Philippine Duchesne is a very active, involved family with many lay volunteers donating their time and talents to the life of this parish. Thanks to their efforts, there is something for everyone at St. Rose. We offer a wide variety of parish programs for every age group and every interest - children, youth, adult, liturgical and outreach. Our Liturgical Ministries also provide an opportunity for involvement in worship, from serving the Altar to raising your voice in song.
Outreach is a substantial part of our parish life. We are involved in many programs including the Society for St. Vincent De Paul, Pro Life, Helping Hands, and many more.
There is something for everyone at St. Rose Philippine Duchesne and your participation is both welcomed and encouraged!
Passing on our faith and traditions is imperative to the formation and catechesis of our little ones.
Our parish has a vibrant youth ministry -" Isaiah 64" for Fifth through Seventh Grade and "Romans 8 Fellowship" for Eighth through Twelfth Grade.
Our Catholic faith is so rich, so deep that we need to continue to grow, learn and strengthen our spirituality. It takes perseverance to strive for holiness. Our parish community is here to build eachother up in the faith.
There are so many ways to be involved in the celebratation of the Mass. See which ways you can help our parish glorify God.
As the Catholic church is possibly the most charitable organization in the world, our parish should be no different. See how you can reach out to those in need and "be Christ to others".
Our parish has many recreational, functional and social organizations that you can be a part of.