St. Rose Catholic Church – Argyle, Mn
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MISSION STATEMENT OF
ST. ROSE CATHOLIC CHURCH
We the community of St. Rose are believers in Jesus Christ; striving to proclaim His Gospel in word and in good deed. Through worship, evangelization, formation and service we invite our brothers and sisters to know the Lord.
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday (8:00AM-2:30PM)
(The Office is closed Fridays, Holy Days and Holidays)
Parish Office- 437-6341 email-
Pastor: Fr. Luis Buitron Cell # 1-218-242-5689
Parish Coordinator: Lori Gruhot 437-6341
RE Youth Coordinator- Dawn Hoeper 437-6341
St. Rose bulletin is online at: wiktel.net/strose/
DIOCESAN VICTIM ASSISTANCE COORDINATOR:
Cindy Hulst- 1-218-281-7895
Lein Schiller, Tim Rivard , Mason Sundby and Jesse Sundby
Heidi Carlson and Nevin Lubarski- (Trustees)
PASTORAL COUNCIL: Melanie Nelson, Paula Osowski,
Pat Crummy , Dawn LaBine and Denise St. Germain.
Knights of Columbus Insurance The Field Agent for this area is James Suda. For questions about Knights of Columbus insurance, you can reach him at (701)430-0604 or
Reconciliation- Sacrament of Reconciliation (confession) Before Saturday evening Mass: 4:30 to: 5:00PM. Before Sunday 8:30AM Mass: from 8:00 to 8:30AM. --or by Appointment
Infant Baptism- Catechetical Class is required; please contact Fr. Luis
Marriage- all Catholics who have made a decision to enter into marriage must see a priest six months before the proposed wedding date. If a Catholic is contemplating marriage to a non-Catholic, the Catholic must still contact a priest to fulfill the requirements of the Catholic Church for the marriage to be validly recognized by the Church.
Anointing of the Sick: Please call Fr. Luis especially before surgery or serious illness.
Shut-ins- If you know anyone who cannot come to Church, or would appreciate a pastoral visit please let the office or Fr Luis know so a visit can be scheduled.
New to our area? Please call (437-6341) or stop by the parish office to register.
PRAYERS FOR THE SICK
Please include in your prayers the following people who are need of prayers & healing:
George Kasprick, Harold Harris, Morris Loranger,
Candy Keller, Fay Kuznia,
Kelly Tweiten, Voni Larson
(To add or remove a name, please call the Parish Office. Names will be removed after four weeks You may call and request an additional four weeks.)
STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE
November 18, 2018 - 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
“And then they will see the Son of Man coming in the clouds with great power and glory.” MARK 13:26
We will all have that day when we are standing before God and our life is played out like a movie. When this happens and God asks each of us, “What have you done with the gifts that I have given you?” How will you respond?
Sunday Offertory -
November 11, 2018
Adult- 42 $2,155.50
Student- 2 $2.00
Loose Plate- $ 73.00
Automatic Deposits for October- $3,420.00
TODAY, our second collection will be for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development. Over 43 million people in the United States live in poverty. This collection supports programs to empower people to identify and address the obstacles they face as they work to bring permanent and positive change to their communities. Learn more about the Catholic Campaign for Human Development at www.usccb.org/cchd/collection
MASS SCHEDULES: Nov. - Dec.
SATURDAYS: St. Stephen’s Church at 5:00PM (Rosary 4:30PM)
WEDNESDAYS: Mass at 8:30AM
FRIDAYS: Tamarac 10:30AM
SUNDAYS: St. Rose Church 8:30AM,
TUESDAYS: Adoration 6:00PM, Mass 7:00PM
SUNDAYS: Assumption Church 10:30AM
THURSDAYS: Mass 7:00PM
**No Thursday Mass at Assumption-Florian on November 22nd & 29th.
ST. ROSE CHURCH
Tuesday, November 20
By Helen Plencer Family
Thursday, Nov. 22, Mass 9:00AM
Servers: Ellie, Josie R, Kinzie
Communion Ministers: Richard ©, Jill A.
Greeters/Gifts: Jeff & Liz Anderson
Sunday, November 25, Mass 8:30AM
Servers: Jake, Hunter, Grace
Communion Ministers: Judy A.( ©), Loren
Greeters/Gifts: Paul & Penny Bergeron and family
Nov. 21- NO RE
RE- Nov. 28
OTHER ITEMS AND
CARE OF ALTAR LINENS
NOVEMBER: HOLLY DESCHENE
BIBLE STUDY- The Book of James will be the focus of this Fall’s Bible Study. Fall Bible Study will meet on Wed., Nov. 28 December 5, 12 at 7:00PM., at Argyle Senior Center. Any questions call Helen 218-201-0328. ALL ARE WELCOME
Book of Remembrance During the month of November you are invited to inscribe the names of your friends and loved ones in our Book of Remembrance. They will be remembered at Mass and in our prayers throughout the month.
The Knights of Columbus will have their reading for deceased members followed by a pancake breakfast at St Rose Church on Sunday November 25 at the 8:30 Mass
Fr. Vincent Miller will be offering a monthly Friday evening course on Ignatian Spirituality at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Crookston. Based on the Discernment of Spirits and Ignatian spiritual practices, the course is open to adults from the Diocese of Crookston. Each class will run from 6:30 – 9:00 pm and will be held on the following dates: 12/14, 2/8/19, 3/8, 4/26 & 5/10. To register for this free course please call the Chancery at 218-281-4533. This course is part of the Deacon Formation program but, as in previous years, this class is open to all.
St. Mary’s Mission Appeal Please keep in prayer the 2018 St. Mary’s Mission Appeal which will be taken up on Nov. 24 and 25, the weekend after Thanksgiving. Our gifts to the Appeal are especially meaningful this year after the loss of the parish building. Providing some additional financial security helps Father Jerry carve out time from his fundraising schedule to invest in plans for the new parish building and school. Please take a few minutes to view the NEW St. Mary’s Mission Appeal Video at www.crookston.org/smma. You’ll be glad you did!
St. Stephen's Ladies Aid Christmas Bake Sale Saturday, December 1, Beginning at 9:00 a.m.(Coffee, cider and goodies will be served.)