Welcome to Holy Rosary - St. Richard Catholic Church

Our Parish Mission is to nourish our community through The Word and The Sacraments, embracing our diversity as we minister to the needs of others.
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Presidents' Day 02-17-2019
Welcome to Our ParishSecond Collections 02-17-2019 ADOM 02-17-2019

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Mass Schedule

Daily Mass in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel
Monday through Saturday
Morning Prayer: 7:30 AM
Mass: 8:00 AM

Tuesdays, 7:00 PM Spanish

Saturday Vigil:  5:00 PM

Sunday Masses:
7:00 AM
9:00 AM 
10:30 AM - Family Liturgy
12:30 PM - Spanish
5:00 PM - Youth Mass

SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION

Saturday 8:30 AM-10:00 AM/Bilingual, 1st Saturday of the Month,
Tuesday 6:15 PM - 6:45 PM, Bilingual, or by Appointment

ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT

Monday - Friday after the 8:00 AM Mass until 1:00 PM
in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel.  

MASS CELEBRANTS FOR THE FIFTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
FEBRUARY 16 AND 17, 2019

Saturday, 5:00 PM Fr. Frank

Sunday
7:00 AM Fr. Daniel
9:00 AM Fr. Daniel
10:30 AM Fr. Frank
12:30 PM Fr. Axe
5:00 PM Fr. Sullivan

Sympathy 02-17-2019
MSDHS 02-17-2019
St. Michael 02-03-2019
Volunteer 02-03-2019
Jubilee 01-20-2019

HRSR Jubilee 10-24-2018
Liturgical Ministers

Faith Formation Resources

Daily Mass Readings      Lecturas del Dia

Sunday Connection

Lectio Divina

Saint of the Day

 
New American Bible (Revised) Online  Catechism of the Catholic Church (USCCB) U.S. Catholic Catechism for Adults Catecismo Catolico de Los Estadios Unidos para los Adultos
Compendium on the Social Doctrine of the Church Compendio de la Doctrina Social de la Iglesia

3 Minute Prayer Retreat  Come Pray the Rosary Online
Sacred Space
Other Adult Faith Formation Resource

Stewardship

Stewardship

Blessed are you when people hate you,…exclude and insult you,
and denounce your name…on account of the Son of Man.
” (Luke 6:22)
All of us have been in situations when someone has made a negative comment or joke about God or our Catholic faith. How did you respond? Did you stay silent or pretend to go along with the crowd because you didn’t want to cause waves and then, later, you felt bad? Know that God is with you all the time, the Holy Spirit will put the right words in your mouth. Pray for the strength and courage to proclaim our faith to others, especially during uncomfortable situations. 
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Jesus calls us to be his disciples. Following Jesus is our vocation. It is a total way of life and requires our continuing conversion of mind and heart. 

As Jesus’s disciples, we are called to be Stewards of the many blessings, talents, gifts, and resources which the Lord has given to each us.  As baptized members of Christ’s Church, we are called to actively participate in the mission of the Church to bring the reign of God’s love, peace, joy, freedom, justice, mercy, forgiveness, compassion, healing, and salvation to our time and place, and especially to the poor and those in need.

In its simplest terms, Stewardship asks us to put God's priorities before our own. Good Stewards give the first portion of their gifts of time, talent, and material resources to the Lord's work in gratitude for the many blessings bestowed on us. This practice of giving of our "first fruits" incorporates the aspect of sacrificial giving.  God does not judge us by how much we give, but by how faithful we are in making the gift. Stewardship is a lifelong commitment to our Lord.
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