This weekend throughout the Diocese of Evansville, the annual Catholic Parishes Campaign will be kicked off in local parishes. The proceeds of this campaign are essential to the support of our local church and the work of the diocese. In the weeks ahead, you will be given the opportunity to make pledge. My prayer is that each household will make some attempt to support this campaign. Our parish goal is $285,000. Many thanks for your prayerful consideration.
The next step in our reopening process will unfold this weekend. For those who still do not feel it safe to return to mass in person, you will now have the opportunity to receive the Eucharist curb-side. Hopefully, you have had access to the live stream Mass from Holy Rosary at 9 am on Sunday Morning or the 12:30 pm Spanish Mass live stream. I know others have found a mass on television. Starting this Sunday, you may come to Holy Rosary, entering the property at the stop light on South Green River Road. Take the drive around the School and pull up to the West Parish Hall entrance. Fr. Martin, Deacon Chris or I will meet you at the curb and distribute Communion. This will take place on Sunday mornings at 10:15 am.
For more information about how you can enrich your own Marian Devotion and prepare for this opportunity to consecrate yourself to the care of the Blessed Mother, please visit the diocesan website www.evdio.org/consecration
Link to our YouTube Channel: Holy Rosary Catholic Church EVV
Link to a Message about: The Catholic Parishes Campaign
Posted in Daily Mass - Live-streamed on 09/23/20
Tuesday Evening Mass September 22, 2020
Posted in Daily Mass - Live-streamed on 09/21/20
Monday Morning Mass September 21, 2020
Sunday, 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM and
a Mass in Spanish at 12:30 PM
Weekday Mass Times: M, W, TH, F at 8:00 AM
Tuesday at 6:00 PM,
Wednesday Mass in Spanish at 6:00 PM
"Consult not your fears but your hopes and your dreams. Think not about your frustrations, but about your unfulfilled potential. Concern yourself not with what you tried and failed in, but with what it is still possible for you to do." -Pope John XXIII