Announcements from our bulletin of April 22, 2018



Rehearsals for First Eucharist Tuesday May 1st and Friday May 4th - 5:00 pm.

Meet in the Church hall at Our Lady of the Rosary.

First Eucharist - Sunday May 6th at 9:00 am Mass.


Our Lady of the Rosary students gathered to put their Faith into Action. They made 205 Rosaries that were donated to St. Luke’s Home.

Many Thanks to the Teachers and Parents who continue to support our program by Volunteering their time and talent.

1 Peter 4:10 “Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.


As a parish Our Lady of the Rosary has many of the resources necessary to manifest the love of God in our community.

However, no one person can or should do it all. Each of us as an individual has an important part in parish ministry. Learn more about the possibilities to serve, and then decide if you have the time and prompting by the Holy Spirit to participate in any of these

Ministries & Groups:

  • Volunteering in our Parish Office
  • Parish Leadership
  • Religious Education
  • Spiritual Life
  • Serving the Community
  • Liturgical Ministry

Call the office at (315) 724-0402.


Miraculous Medal Novena, Liturgy the Word, and Communion Service: Tuesdays at 7:00 pm.


The Rosary is recited every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7:10 am before Mass.

All are welcome.


In today’s first reading, Luke tells us about another speech Peter made to the Jewish crowds teaching them about Jesus’ Death and Resurrection. As he was speaking, the Jewish authorities arrested Peter, and John also, to interrogate them about the former healing of the man with the crippled feet.

Peter, without fear or hesitation from the anointing of the Holy Spirit, boldly told the authorities that the man was healed in Jesus’ name. He then continued to remind them that they, the leaders of the Jews, were the ones who tortured, crucified, and denied Jesus as their Messiah. To make his point about their selective ignorance that Jesus was/is the Messiah, Peter quotes an Old Testament prophecy. Psalm 118:22 , written over 1000 years prior to their current time says; “The stone the builders rejected has become the Cornerstone”! As religious leaders they should have known and acknowledged the hundreds of prophecies from their Torah about Jesus’ coming. Peter explained that spiritual as well as physical healing can be accomplished through Jesus, but they still did not listen. At the heart of this reading is the fact we need to read and know the Scriptures, especially that JESUS said HE is the ONLY way to eternal salvation and everlasting life. All we have to do is accept and receive the gift of salvation for which Jesus died. That acceptance and the gifts of the Holy Spirit will help us stand firm in our convictions when we are called on to be witnesses to our faith!


Today the Church throughout the world prays for vocations. Will you make a special effort to ask the Lord for more vocations to the priesthood and religious life? Pray for the priests who have ministered to you throughout your life, both living and dead.

Keep our parish priests in your prayers throughout the week.

Encourage your children, grandchildren, or other young people to consider a vocation as a priest or religious brother or sister.

Pray a rosary for more young men and women in our diocese to respond to God’s call.


Nate spent his Pastoral year of Seminary serving the Parishes of Rosary and Lourdes. He will enter his Diaconate ordained as a Transitional Deacon as of Saturday April 21st.

Please keep Nate in prayer as he enters his last year before full Ordination to the Priesthood.


April Is Child Abuse Prevention Month Reporting Suspected Abuse Takes Courage

When any adult in the faith community has reason to suspect that a child, young person, or vulnerable adult is being or has been abused, he or she has a moral (and often a legal) responsibility to report those suspicions to civil authorities. Reporting suspected abuse takes courage.

Adults who take a stand and make the call are often responsible for saving a child or vulnerable adult from terrible torment.

To report known or suspected abuse, call the civil authorities or contact Jacqueline Bressett, Director Safe Environment and Victim Assistance at 315-470-1465 for assistance.


Our own Sr. Lois Mary Paciello celebrates 70 years of service to God and Community.

Sunday April 29th, we will honor Sr. Lois as well as the memory of Sr. Elizabeth with a Mass of Thanksgiving at 11:15 am at Our Lady of Lourdes Church.

A light reception will follow Mass in the DePaul Room of the Seton Center.



The collection for April 8th
Offertory $6,258.80
Heat /Air Conditioning $1,129.90
Renovations $ 69.00
Total $7,457.70