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A dynamic and inspiring Catholic speaker will headline the upcoming Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown women's conference "Women Find Strength in Christ" on September 10, 2022, at Holy Name Parish in Ebensburg. Kelly Walquist, founder of WINE: Women in the New Evangelization, will be the keynote speaker. Also presenting will be Deanne Miller and Colleen Scariano, co-founders of SoulCore, a movement that nurtures a body and soul through prayer and core strengthening exercises. The conference includes Eucharistic Adoration, the Sacrament of Reconciliation, and lunch. The cost is only $10 per person. Please register online at dioceseaj.org or pick up a hard copy registration form at any parish and mail the form and a check to the diocese. The deadline for reservations is August 31.
Daily MassAs seen in this week's bulliten: http://stroselima.com/pdf/parish/2022/bulletin-07-31-2022.pdf
Daily Mass: This is a perfect way to renew our love for the Eucharist. For the next three years the Catholic Church in the United States is inviting every Catholic to participate in a Eucharistic Revival. This is essentially an invitation to deepen our love for Christ! Here are just a few of the reasons why DAILY MASS can be an important way to grow in our love for Christ in the Eucharist.
- Daily Mass gives a person 30 minutes of peace. Whether you're a stay-at-home parent or a 9-to-5er, a college student or a retired veteran, no matter your stage in life, you could probably use an extra half hour each day to recharge.
- Daily Mass moves the focus away from ourselves. Our busy schedules, our bills, our lives are always overrun with our problems. At Mass we can put first things first.
- Daily Mass is an Act of Faith, a moment of personal testimony. When life seems to be getting you down, and you can't see the forest for the trees, fix your gaze on Christ.
- Daily Mass can be your dedicated time for prayer. We want to pray daily, but life offers way too many distractions. Daily Mass gives you an appointed time to have a genuine encounter with Christ.
- Daily Mass is your opportunity for a genuine encounter with Christ. Don't we all need a friend to lean on? To talk to? To trust? Jesus is the friend to whom we can open our hearts!
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Prayer Requests / List
See the Sunday bulletin for a list of people to pray for. Our prayers help to bring God's healing grace upon them, and their family and friends. Please, pray for those listed. To submit your own prayer request or that of another, call Becky at the parish rectory at 814-944-8509. Please respect the person's right to privacy and secure permission before placing a name on the prayer list.
Communication — Flocknote
We invite you to register your email and cell phone at flocknote.com or you can text Rose to 84576. This will allow us to send you up to date information on changes within our parish.
You can also visit our parish website for any announcements.
I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things, and desire to receive you into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment receive you sacramentally,
come at least spiritually into my heart.
I embrace You as if You were already there
and unite myself wholly to You.
Never permit me to be separated from You.
Do You Need Help Or Can You Help?
Saint Vincent DePaul Society shares this information about assistance available for families with financial need.
If you need help getting groceries and the like, or if you can help parishioners in need, please contact the parish rectory at 814-944-8509 ... or ...
Visit the Saint Vincent DePaul Society of Saint Rose of Lima Parish website for more information!
Novena to St. Rocco Against Contagious Diseases
Prayed for Nine Days
O Great St. Rocco, deliver us,
we beseech thee, from contagious diseases.
Through thy intercession,
preserve our bodies from illness,
and our souls from the contagion of sin.
Obtain for us salubrious air, but,
above all, purity of heart.
Assist us to make good use of health,
to bear suffering with patience,
and, after thy example,
to live in the practice of penance and charity,
that we may one day enjoy the happiness
which thou has merited by thy virtues.
St. Rocco, pray for us – 3 times.
Child Abuse Prevention
- Reporting Child Abuse
- 5 Steps to Protecting Our Children™
- Ten Tips for Protecting Children and Offering Outreach to Victims/Survivors
- Novena for Protection and Healing from Abuse
Online giving to Saint Rose of Lima, via PayPal, is now available.
You do not need to create or have a PayPal account to donate.
If you're not able or interested in donating online via PayPal, visit our additional information page to learn of other ways you can financially help support our parish home.
And, if you don't have online access, contact the Rectory Office at 814-944-8509 to learn how you can help our parish home, financially-speaking or otherwise.
Saturday — 4:00 PM
Sunday — 8:00 AM, 10:30 AM
Monday — Friday - 8:30 AM
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Saturday — 12:00 Noon and after 4:00 PM Mass
Baptism of Infants and Young Children
Parents should contact the rectory well before an expected Baptism, before birth when possible, to prepare for and schedule baptisms. Call the Rectory Office at 814-944-8509 to learn more.
A two-year formal preparation begins when your child is enrolled in Religious Education, either while attending the Parochail School or Saint Rose of Lima Sunday School. Call the Rectory Office at 814-944-8509 to learn more.
First Holy Communion
A two-year formal preparation begins when your child is enrolled in Religious Education, either while attending Parochial School or Saint Rose of Lima Sunday School. Call the Rectory Office at 814-944-8509 to learn more.
Preparation begins in grade nine. Call the Rectory Office at 814-944-8509 to learn more.
Adults and older children considering a Religious Vocation may contact the Rectory at 814-944-8509.
Couples interested in celebrating the Sacrament of Matrimony must meet with a priest at least nine months before the proposed wedding date. Call the Rectory Office at 814-944-8509 to learn more.
Anointing of the Sick
Arrangements can be made by contacting the Rectory at 814-944-8509.
RCIA means Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults and Children. Christian Initiation is a spiritual journey of adults and children. It is a process by which uncatechized individuals and individuals Baptized in another Christian denomination learn about the Catholic Church. Catholic sponsors who are willing to share their faith experiences with new members and journey with them throughout the process are always needed. Those seeking to become Catholic may contact the Rectory at 814-944-8509.