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Gratitude Jan 27, 2021

Fourth Sunday In Ordinary Time

Sometimes it is enough of a challenge running one church but Our Lady of the Rosary parish has eight distinct, vibrant faith communities.  Sometimes when we turn up for Mass we take it all for granted and forget that each week a lot goes on behind the scenes in each of our communities.  From the cleaning of our churches, coordinating our rosters and the many of our fellow parishioners who volunteer to be musicians, sacristans, those who quietly look after the flowers, altar linin, maintenance and compliance – this weekend a grateful parish says thank you.  You are the mortar that holds together our Parish Family

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