22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Dear St. Rose of Lima Family,
Please make sure to scroll all the way down this Flocknote to see what is happening at St. Rose of Lima and to watch our incoming 7th graders video about their Kingdom Projects. Lots to share!
This Sunday, August 30th our 10 AM Mass will be held outside (weather permitting). We hope you can join us for a beautiful celebration of the Mass held in our parking lot. Remember to BYOC(bring your own chair)
If you are part of the vulnerable population or just don't feel safe returning to Mass just yet, we encourage you to remain home and celebrate with us online. The obligation to attend Mass has been suspended until December 31.
Our recorded Sunday Mass will air on Northborough Cable on Tuesdays at 11 a.m. Verizon - Channel 31 and Charter - Channel 191
Live-streaming - did you know we are now live-streaming our 5:00 PM Saturday Mass through our Facebook page? You don't need to have a Facebook account to be able to join us. Just go to
. At the top of the page click on the Facebook icon. You will be prompted to sign into your Facebook page or to sign up for an account just click not now. We try and go live about 5 minutes before Mass begins.
Please find the link to this weekend's Mass and bulletin below.
Link for Mass
Message from Fr. Jim
Reminder - Faith not Fear Prayer Service - August 30 @ 7 PM
Blessing of Backpacks - September 13 @ 10 AM
Partners in Charity - Over Our Goal - Thank you!!
Community Meals Curbside Pick Up
Link for Bulletin
Faith not Fear Prayer Service
Sunday, August 30th at 7:00PM
We invite you to an evening of hope and prayer to end the Pandemic. Music, scripture, and prayer will be included in our service which will take place in the St. Rose of Lima parking lot (bring your own chairs)
Mark Your Calendar
Backpack Blessing Mass
Sunday, September 13th at 10:00 AM
Celebrate the new school year and bring your backpack to Mass for a special blessing. Everyone will also receive a tag to put on their backpack.
Before the pandemic closed everything down our then 6th graders were given $10 for their Kingdom Project and tasked with making the world or their community a better place. The Kingdom Project is based on the parable of talents. Below is the video link to their awesome projects!!
Kingdom Project Video
For more information and resources go to
on Sunday, August 30 at 7:30AM