St. Rose Catholic Church – Argyle, Mn

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Bulletin Contact:       stroser@wiktel.com  

Assumption Bulletin    assumptionchurch@wiktel.com

St Stephens Bulletin    ststephens@wiktel.com

ST. ROSE CHURCH

 

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 Information

-St. Rose Church, 501 West 3rd Street, PO Box 277

Argyle,MN  56713

Office Hours:  Monday - Thursday  (8:00AM-2:30PM)

 (The Office is closed Fridays, Holy Days and Holidays)

Parish Office- 437-6341  email- stroser@wiktel.com

Pastor:  Fr. Luis Buitron   Cell # 1-218-242-5689 

Email: lbuitron@wiktel.com

 

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

 

FINANCE COUNCIL:

Jesse Sundby , Paul Bergeron and Larry Riopelle, Brent Riopelle

     Heidi Carlson and Nevin Lubarski- (Trustees)

PASTORAL COUNCILWayne Feuillerat , Mary Chwialkowski, Dawn LaBine, Paula Osowski

  Knights of Columbus Insurance The Field Agent for this area is  Field agent is Sean Osowski , 701-360-0770, Email address is sean.osowski@kofc.org

 SACRAMENTAL LIFE:

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? Or moved out on your own? Once you graduate you are not under your parent’s household registry. Please call (437-6341) or stop by the parish office to register.

 

PRAYER LIST

Please include in your prayers the following people who are need of prayers & healing:

 Geraldine Topka, Dan Gajeski, Bob Kasprowicz, Kelly Tweiten,   Steve Deschene, Don Pawlowski, Steve Novak and all those affected by the Covid-19 virus.

 

STEWARDSHIP OF TREASURE   

April 4, 2021
Easter Sunday

“Think of what is above, not of what is on earth.”  - COLOSSIANS 3:2

On this day we thank God for His Son, Jesus, who died, rose and opened the gates of heaven for us.  We celebrate and sing “Alleluia.”  Let’s try to keep the joy of this Easter season in our hearts throughout the year!  Pray daily and listen for how God is calling each of us to joyfully use our gifts to fulfill His salvation plan.

 Sunday Offertory----

 

3-21-- $1,229.00  Catholic Relief --$70.00

 

 

****NEEDED EACH WEEK- $2,427.00****

Automatic Deposits for February- $3,020.00      

       BAZAAR BUDGET-   $16,000.00

RECEIVED-           - $9.663.00

REMAINING- 3-24-21  $6,337.00

Tri-Parish Mass Schedule for     April, May & June, 2021

Saturday at 5:00 PM. – Assumption

Sunday at 8:30 AM – St. Stephen’s

Sunday at 10:30 AM. – St. Rose

Tuesday Mass at 5:00 PM, Adoration 4PM — St. Rose

Wednesday at 8:30AM and Friday Mass at 5:00PM -St .Stephens

Thursday Mass at 6:00PM— Assumption **Mass Change - Mass will be on Sunday April 25th @ 8:30 am in Florian due to the Stephen Argyle Prom on Saturday April 24th. St. Stephen's will have the 5pm mass on Saturday April 24th.

DUE TO COVID-19 CORONAVIRUS

Masks are REQUIRED to wear.

·         There will be no food served at St. Rose Church until further notice. 

·         Bulletins can be viewed online at wiktel.net/strose/

·         Official Statements by Bishop Michael Hoeppner can be viewed at www.crookston.org, click on News & Media, then click Official Statements.

  Here at St. Rose we will continue to use masks according to MN Emergency Executive Order 20-81.and social distancing of six feet or more for those not sharing a household. 

·         Father Luis is available to hear confessions in the church main.  Please call Father Luis at (218)242-5689 for an appointment.

·         Father Luis is available to anoint the sick.  Please call Father Luis.

     During the Mass we can offer the sign of peace by a wave, a nod, etc. -- no hand shaking.  Please greet each other without touching.

·         Father Luis will continue to be the only person distributing communion.

ST. ROSE CHURCH              MASS SCHEDULE               Masses will be said with a maximum limit of 85 attendees. 

.Tuesday, May 6th

Adoration 4:00PM, NO MASS

 

 

Sunday, April 11, Mass 10:30AM

FOR THE PEOPLE

Lector- Charles

**ATTENTION FOR RECEIVING HOLY COMMUNION **     Musicians are to receive Communion first, then parishioners sitting on the Tabernacle side go next.  And then parishioners sitting on the Baptismal Font side proceed next.  And the parishioners who would like Fr. Luis, please raise your hand so Fr. Luis can see you.

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

 

OTHER ITEMS AND

FUTURE EVENTS

CARE OF ALTAR LINENS

APRIL DIANE ADOLPHSON

 

 Offering Envelopes--- ONE check made out for weekly offerings (pink envelope) can be made for one or more envelopes.  Special Collection offering needs to be a separate check in envelope for collection.

 

DAA-  Where there is faith, there is hope!  This is the theme for the 2021 DAA Appeal.  Our overall goal for this year is $900,000 and our parish individual goal is $13,067.00. We have received $3,075.00 and remaining is $9.992.00.  With 17 donors. (3-4-21)  Please pick up your envelopes for donations on the table in the back of the church.

 

Catholics at the Capitol — April 15   On Mission for Life and Dignity!  Join Catholics from across the state to transform our state into a culture that defends life and dignity.  Be formed in the faith, beginning the day with Mass at the Cathedral of St. Paul.  Be informed on the issues, as we hear from inspiring speakers like international pro-life advocate Obianuju Ekeocha and Archbishop José Gomez of Los Angeles the President of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.  And be sent on mission, joining a Eucharistic procession from the cathedral to the State Capitol before meeting with your legislators to advocate for life and dignity!  The big day is April 15, but registration closes March 31.  Visit catholicsatthecapitol.org to learn more and secure your spot.  Together, we can protect life and dignity!  If you are interested in attending Catholics at the Capitol, please contact Bob Noel, Formator for Discipleship in the Diocese of Crookston at bnoel@crookston.org.

 

Esto Vir! is a vocation camp for young men entering their sophomore year of high school through young adulthood. This camp is an opportunity for those men who may be open to the priesthood to come together and spend some days in community with each other and the seminarians of the diocese.  The camp includes games, lakeside recreation, Mass, prayer, food, and fellowship.  Camp Dates: July 7-9, 2021 (Wednesday–Friday)  Registration deadline:  Monday, June 21, 2021  Location:  Sand Hill Lake Bible Camp (Fosston, MN)  Cost: FREE!  For more information: www.crookston.org/estovir