Welcome to our Parish!

We strive to build and maintain our family through the sharing of the Good News to all people, in order to leave our world more beautiful and faith filled than when we inherited it.


PUBLIC MASSES have RESUMED at limited capacity.
Masses will continue to be livestreamed for parishioners who need to continue to worship virtually.

Confirmation will be held on Saturday, May 15 at 4 p.m. The parish is invited to attend the Confirmation mass or watch via livestream on our Facebook page here.

Click here to watch our livestream mass at 10:30 a.m. every Sunday.

Mass from last Sunday: 

NEW OFFICE HOURS: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. You can also call the office and leave a voice message on other days as that will be accessed regularly. In case of an emergency, please contact Fr. Emmanuel.

Click here for guidelines for attending mass at Rosary Chapel.

Guidelines from the Diocese: Click here for English. Click here for Spanish.

Click here for Diocesan guidelines for attending events on parish property outside the liturgy. (English and Spanish)

Click here for Bishop Medley’s Statement on Racism and Civil Unrest

Click here the latest COVID-19 announcements from Bishop Medley

Our Lady of the Rosary

The purpose of the rosary is to help us meditate on the great mysteries of our salvation. Pius XII called it a compendium of the gospel. The main focus is on Jesus — his birth, life, death and resurrection. The Our Fathers remind us that Jesus’ Father is the initiator of salvation. The Hail Mary’s remind us to join with Mary in contemplating these mysteries. They also make us aware that Mary was and is intimately joined with her Son in all the mysteries of his earthly and heavenly existence. The Glorys remind us that the purpose of all life is the glory of the Trinity.


Father Emmanuel Udoh

Mass Times

Sunday: 10:30 a.m.


November - March: 4 p.m.

April - October: 6 p.m.