Please do not forget to contact Father regarding which Mass you plan to attend on Sundays! 

Father will continue to have two Masses on Sundays in order to accommodate all families.  Mass times will continue to be at 8:00am and 10:00am until further notice. 

First Holy Communions are scheduled for May 24th, 2020 during the 10:00am Mass.

Please pray for our communicants; Philomena Bird, Lily Webster, Rita Webster, and Magdalynn Martin. 

The Feast of the Ascension is Thursday, May 21st. Please remember that this is a Holy Day of Obligation and has the same requirements as a Sunday. 

Saint Philomena's Co-Op: For more information or to obtain the Registration Packets for the 2020-2021 school year, please see Sister Giovanna Marie. 

Most Holy Rosary is now participating in Amazon Smile! Head over to our "SUPPORT" tab on this website for more information! 


Sunday Catechism classes for children of the parish after each Sunday Mass. Please contact Sister Giovanna Marie, CMRI to sign up for classes.  

Please keep the sick and homebound in your prayers: Renee Simon, Joyce Clary, Marion Shane, and Lucille Grimm

~ The Brown Scapular ~

 “Many Catholics, even among those who wear the Brown Scapular, are not aware of the second part of the Blessed Virgin Mary’s promise, namely that the scapular will be “a safeguard in danger.” Apparently the dangers referred to are not only those of a spiritual nature, but temporal or physical as well. Again, let us look at a few examples that illustrate this. 

In the 1950’s in Germany a fire broke out in a residential neighborhood. One house after another caught on fire, to the point that within five hours 22 homes had burned to the ground. Only one remained untouched. Why? Because when the fire was approaching a member of that household took a Brown Scapular and fastened it to the front door of the house. The fire literally went around this house. People were amazed to see this one house standing untouched while 22 others around it were reduced to smoking rubble. 

In 1845 an English ship crossing the Atlantic Ocean was on the point of being sunk by a hurricane. A young Irishman on board, upon seeing the danger the ship was in, took off his Brown Scapular and threw it into the huge waves. Immediately the wind ceased and the waves became calm. Another wave washed the Brown Scapular back onto the deck. A Protestant minister and his wife who were present asked the young man what it was that he threw into the ocean. This was the beginning of their conversion to the Catholic Faith.” 

- Fr. James McGilloway, CMRI; “Wonders of the Brown Scapular”; 


“Whatever you do, think of the Glory of God as your main goal.” 

~Saint John Bosco 

"Begin with the end in mind" 

      Have you ever tried walking somewhere with your eyes closed?

How well did it work? 

      If you want to get somewhere, it's important to look where you're going! Where are you going in life? Where do you want to end up? 

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