Dear Friends,
As the State of Indiana moves to a further opening up, we to at Holy Rosary Parish will take the next step toward a little normalcy.  On July 5th  we will return to the former Sunday Mass Schedule: Saturday Vigil 4:30 PM, Sunday 7:30 AM, 9 AM, 11AM & 12:30 PM Spanish Mass.  We will continue to maintain social distancing and encourage participants to wear face asks.  We also will discourage congregating before and following Mass.  Note also on Monday July 6th, we will be moving to an altered Week Day Mass schedule.  Monday 8 AM, Tuesday 6 PM, Wednesday 8AM and 6 PM Spanish Mass, Thursday 8 AM and Friday 8 AM.  The Parish Office will also open to the public starting Monday July 6th.  We will still avoid larger gatherings and ask that you limit visits as much as possible. This will be our start of opening the office but it will be a while before we resume the former level of activity......... One final thought; I know that many folks do not yet feel comfortable mixing in the public.  Please know that Bishop Siegel has suspended the obligation to attend mass on Sunday and Holy Days until August 15th.  No one is required to attend yet.  
Christ’s peace, 
Fr. Bernie

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Monday Morning Mass August 3, 2020

Sunday Morning Mass August 2, 2020

Friday Morning Mass July 31, 2020

Office Hours

The Parish Office is closed to the public until further notice due to the Corona virus.

Mass Times

Weekend Mass Times: Saturday, 4:30 PM,
Sunday, 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM and
a Mass in Spanish at 1:00 PM

Weekday Mass Times: M, W, TH, F at 7:30 AM
Tuesday at 6:00 PM,
Wednesday Mass in Spanish at 6:00 PM

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