Welcome Back to Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Parish
Masses celebrations in the Church are now open to the public
Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Parish is doing everything we can to prevent the spreading of the virus. Although we can’t guarantee that no one will contract the virus in the church, with your help, by following the guidelines below we can reduce the risk. To that end you are asked to:
• Stay home if:
o you feel ill or tired or achy
o you have a high temperature
o you have a cough
o you have lost your appetite
o you are short of breath
o you have excessive sputum
• Use hand sanitizer before entering the church
• Follow the guidance of the ushers and sit only where directed
• Exercise social distancing (6 feet or 2 meters) at all times
• Avoid touching your face
• Avoid touching others
• Listen carefully and follow the instructions of the presiding priest and ushers especially regarding the reception of Holy Communion and orderly exiting the church after Mass.
Please note that if you are sick or your health is compromised you are not obligated to attend Sunday Mass.
To be able to accommodate physical distancing precautions, the Church will be open to limited capacity on a first come/first served basis. Screening and public health protocols are in place. Face masks are recommended for all those over the age of three (3) as is checking your temperature before you leave home. Please stay home if you have a fever or are feeling unwell and seek medical attention.
SUNDAY MASS: Weekend Masses have resumed at Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Parish. Mass times are 5:00pm on Saturday and Sunday at 8:00am, 9:30am (in Italian) and 11:00am. We will follow the guidelines set by the Diocese of St. Catharines (Click Here). To be able to accommodate physical distancing precautions, the Church will be open to limited capacity on a first come/first served basis. Screening and public health protocols are in place. Face masks are recommended for all those over the age of three (3) as is checking your temperature before you leave home. Please stay home if you have a fever or are feeling unwell and seek medical attention.The Sunday Mass celebrations will be live-streamed from the Cathedral of St. Catherine of Alexandria at 11:30 am. Go to "Live-streamed Mass from the Cathedral" on www.saintcd.com or click here.
DAILY TV MASS: Daily Mass may be viewed on Vision TV: Sunday 8:00 am; Monday to Friday 8:00 am and 12:00 pm; Saturday 8:00 am and 9:30 am or on Salt & Light TV: Sunday 11:00 am and 10:30 pm; Monday to Saturday 6:30 am, 11:00 am, 3:00 pm and 10:30 pm. Please contact your television package provider to ensure that you have access to these channels.
READINGS OF THE DAY - Click here for daily Mass readings
For prayers in time of the Covid-19 pandemic - click here
HOPE, GRATITUDE AND SOLIDARITY: A Message to Canadians from Religious Leaders in Canada in response to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Click here
"As the country reopens, let the Holy Spirit inspire courage and understanding". Click here to read the entire message from Bishop Bergie.
As believers in God, Creator of Heaven and Earth, and believers in the Salvation revealed by Jesus Christ, the very existence of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Church is to be a living witness of God’s promises to human beings.
Monthly Pasta Supper
1st Thursday of every month
4:00 pm -
Eat-in or Take-out
Children (10 years and younger) $9.00
2nd Thursday of every month - provided by The Knights of Colombus
4:00 PM -
Eat-in or Take-out
$10.00 per person
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in the Adoration Chapel
The Adoration Chapel is closed until further notice.
Praying the Rosary
The Rosary is prayed Monday to Saturday
before morning Mass