Church Services Weekend Liturgy:
Mass of Anticipation: 5:45 PM Holy Rosary
Sunday Masses: 10:30 AM Holy Rosary
(Children's Liturgy of the Word takes place during the 10:30 AM Mass for children ages 4-10.)
Mon. 8:00 AM - Holy Rosary
Tue. 8:00 AM - Holy Rosary
Wed. 8:00 AM - Mass At St. Johns
Thu. 8:00 AM - Holy Rosary
Fri. 8:00 AM - Mass at St. Johns
Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Saturday 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM and by appointment
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament:
Thursday before First Friday from
6:30 - 7:30PM at St. John the Baptist
Communion for the home bound:
call Joe 459-1326
John Wedzikowski, Maintenance
Director Of Faith Formation
Rev. John B Jacquel, Pastor
Rev. Mr. Frank Lombardo, Deacon
Rev. Mr. Fred Keck, Deacon Assistant
Marilyn Mead, Finance Office Assistant
Annette Kruszewski, Office Support
Mary Fran Kalkhof, Music Minister, Choir
Patricia Marshall, Music Minister, Christos
Computer Support - CUE
Office Phone: 456-4254
Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Parish is a community of Christians alive in the Sacraments and guided by the Holy Spirit, called by our God to be brothers and sisters, people in every way responsible for, accountable to, and supporting of one another. As such, we aspire to embody Christ through reconciliation, education, and by public witness in order to become an ever-clearer sign of the reign of God, to our city, our nation, and to all the world.
For your convenience you can download the church bulletin from this web site. While on vacation you can still keep up at what is happening in our parish. You can download church bulletins here
Whom to blame for ommissions or corrections. Contact Lou Cioccio.
Check the Classes page - Photography Classes
Cost: $5 for Holy Rosary, St John the Baptist parishoners and members of Computer Users of Erie. Others that are not members is $10. Proceeds benefit the Dancing on the Roof fund.
Google Calendar, iPhone,Android, Mac or Windows computer look at new link for Liturgical Holydays!
See this link on which ones to download SJB or HRC inset. There was some confusion.