Feed My Starving Children
Holy Rosary Advisory Board
o Adults needed to support our sister parish in south Minneapolis.
o Help parishioners and pastor, Fr. Jerry Stookey, O.P., with fundraising efforts and future ministry needs.
o Meetings vary.
HOLY ROSARY SISTER PARISH BRAINSTORMING MEETING
TUES., FEB. 26 (Rescheduled Date)
7:00 PM, ROOM A21 (lower level)
We welcome all parishioners to join this brainstorming session to generate fresh ideas and enhance our relationship with our sister parish, Holy Rosary in south Minneapolis. RSVP to Ed and Toni Egan at email@example.com or 952-935-6551.
St. Bartholomew and Holy Rosary/Santo Rosario, in the Phillips neighborhood of South Minneapolis, established a partnership in 1997. The partnership was founded on the principals of creating community, respecting distinct cultures, and fostering justice in the larger community. Holy Rosary/Santo Rosario Catholic Church has seen many transitions. Once a prosperous community on the outskirts of downtown, the church is now a mission parish in many ways. It's not so much a bastion or a fortress in the midst of a troubled neighborhood as it is a refuge and a haven for those in the neighborhood who come in need of love, security, and acceptance, as well as in need of a faithful encounter with a loving and merciful God.
Through the efforts and coordination of the Partnership, St. Bart's has offered vital help to Holy Rosary parish members and the Phillips neighborhood. A partial list of the programs the Partnership has been involved in establishing include:
Cinco de Mayo Mass at Holy Rosary involving St. Bart's School children;
BWCA trip with youth from both parishes;
A coat/blanket drive to keep Phillips children and adults warm in the winter;
Volunteer teachers for English as a Second Language (ESL) classes;
St. Bart's parishioners volunteering their time at Holy Rosary's spring and fall festivals;
And financial support from St. Bart's.
In: Local Outreach