St. Rose Catholic Church – Argyle, Mn


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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-

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:


If you or someone you know has been the victim of sexual misconduct on the part of a priest, deacon, or individual representing the Diocese of Crookston, its parishes, or its schools, your first call should be to law enforcement. In addition, the diocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator is available at 218-281-7895 (24-hour confidential number).



Jesse Sundby , Paul Bergeron and Larry Riopelle, Brent Riopelle

     Judy Adolphson, Darel Nelson- (Trustees)

PASTORAL COUNCIL: Wayne Feuillerat Mark Hendrickson, Lisa Sorenson, Jenna Grabowska, Kari Rivard

Funeral Luncheon Planner- Melanie Nelson 218-201-1478

**Knights of Columbus members: If you have insurance questions, please contact Joe Caouette at 320-485-2202.    


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.




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

Marshall & Beverly Fulks, Larry Sabol, Arlene Robertson,  Carol Novacek, Marjorie Kasprowicz, Geraldine Topka, Kelly Tweiten, Steve Novak




December 10, 2023
2nd Sunday of Advent

"Prepare the way of the Lord..." - MARK 1:3

We are all called to live a holy life.  We are all called to invite others to live holy lives.  Living a stewardship lifestyle, being grateful and generous with our gifts, puts us on the path to holiness and is an example for others to be holy, too.  We are responsible not only for our own lives, but for the lives of others as well.  How are you helping others get to Heaven?



Collections: Nov. 26th- $1,131.00 Thanksgiving $155.00, Dec. 3rd $591.00


Tri-Parish Mass Schedule for      Dec     2023

Saturday at 5:00 PM. -St Rose Church

Sunday at 8:30 AM – Assumption

Sunday at 10:30 AM. – St. Stephen’s

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

Wed. & Fri. at 8:30AM, St. Stephen’s Church

Thursday Mass at 6:00PM— Assumption



Tuesday, Dec. 12

Adoration 4:00PM , Mass 5:00PM

+Mary St. Germain


Saturday, Dec. 16, Mass 5:00PM

+Florence Johnson

By Don & Gail Yutrzenka


Lector:  Terry

Servers: Jake, Carsen

Eucharistic Ministers: Heidi, Jill A.




Dec. 23rd Christmas program at 5:00PM Mass.





Parishioners:  Please pick up your My Daily Visitor Advent Booklet.  This handy, approachable booklet helps you to set aside time each day for Scripture-focused reflection and prayer amid the typical busyness of life in the weeks before Christmas.   The booklet is located on the back table. 




The Community "Giving Tree" is set up at the Argyle Mall.  The gifts will be given to the residents of the Marshall County Group Home located in Argyle.  There are many gift requests that can be purchased locally (such as snacks and personal care items).  Anyone can participate!  Just select a tag and gift request, purchase the gift, and return the tag and unwrapped gift to Shear Designs or St. Rose Church by Saturday, December 16.  If you have any questions, please contact Jill Adolphson.



*Tri-Parish Penance Service at St. Stephen’s on December 13 at 7:30 p.m.

*Masses for the Fourth Sunday of Advent:

December 23 – Mass at St. Rose at   5:00 p.m.

December 24 – Mass at Assumption at 8:30 a.m.;

Mass at St. Stephen’s at 10:30 a.m.

*Christmas Eve:

December 24 – Mass at Assumption at 11:00 p.m.

*Christmas Day (Monday)

December 25 – Mass at St. Stephen’s at 8:30 a.m.;

Mass at St. Rose at 10:30 a.m.

 Star of the North Eucharistic Congress - save the dates May 17-19, 2024    Bishop Andrew Cozzens of the Diocese of Crookston, and Bishop Daniel J. Felton of the Diocese of Duluth welcome you to the Star of the North Eucharistic Congress, May 17 and 18, at the Sanford Center in Bemidji, MN.  The Congress is a collaboration between the Diocese of Crookston and the Diocese of Duluth.  It precedes the May 19 Pentecost Mass and commencement of the Marian Route of the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage at the headwaters of the great Mississippi River in Itasca State Park.  Join Bishops and pilgrims from across Minnesota, the Dakotas and Wisconsin, as we gather to celebrate and glorify Jesus in the Holy Eucharist.  The Star of the North Eucharistic Congress will inspire pilgrims to increase their devotion in the Eucharist while learning ways to share the many graces of this great Sacrament through powerful talks and witness testimonies, panels, fellowship, praise and worship, Mass, adoration, confession, and a Eucharistic Procession.  The Star of the North Eucharistic Congress is for the entire family.  All are welcome!  Register Today!  To learn more about the Star of the North Eucharistic Congress, and to register, visit