Dear Holy Rosary Parishioners, here are a few announcements:
1. Nativity Scene Update: I have decided to order the Nativity scene this week. Three more pieces still need to be donated. Thank you so much for participating. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.
$95 Mary Yolanda G$95 Joseph Marita Y$95 Baby Jesus Bernina V$115 Shepherd 1 Fr. Scott $18 Sheep Seated Pat M$18 Sheep Standing Pat M$18 Sheep Head Bent Pat M $115 Donkey Johanna B$200 Standing Camel Pat M$225 Seated Camel Pat M$120 King Balthazar Eric and Dawn W$45 Two Dogs Eric and Dawn W $120 Kneeling Angel Dianna and Michael S $120 King Malchior Janet and Tom$120 King Gaspar Janet and Tom
$115 Shepherd 2 Available
$115 Ox Standing Available
$115 Ox Seated Available
2. Thank you: Thanks to Pat Durbin for extending my entry way steps so that I can attach a storm door. Thanks to Angie who has been working long hours to close the fiscal year books. Your sharing of time and talent is a great gift to Holy Rosary.
3. Rosary: The next rosary our community will pray together will take place after Mass the first Sunday of September. We will pray for all our generous benefactors.
4. Priest Retreat: I will be in Anchorage for a priest retreat from Tuesday Sep 2 to Friday Sep 5.
5. Storm Windows: I have six storm windows that I need to sell. They are Pella storm windows, 30 inches wide by 46 inches high ($250 Each). They are brand new, never used and are currently being stored in the old church. Please let me know if you would like to purchase one or know anyone who would.
6. Gospel: Suffering is spiritual graduate class on learning how to love. All three readings will give us insight on suffering and love.
7. Rock and Statue: I am still trying to get the 2000 to 3000 pound rock moved from Horizon to Holy Rosary. If you have any ideas, let me know. The Fatima Statue is here. After consulting with Nora Harder, Bobbie at Horizon, and Angela Clark, we have decided to put it on the grass in front of the church.
Click Home Page to see new pictures of the Holy Rosary flowers. Take care, God bless, and enjoy the sunshine…Fr. Scott