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Bulletin Sponsors Needed!

First, thank you to each of our present advertisers and for renewing their ads thereby supporting the parish. It is through their generosity that the bulletin is offered free to the community and read by hundreds of people each weekend and is available online. This is an opportunity to secure a space to promote your business to our parishioners or a space in Memory of a loved one. For more information on placing an ad or in memory of a loved one, go to Fellow parishioners can also support the bulletin by supporting the advertisers and letting them know how they learned about the company in question. Thank you again to all our advertisers!


Coming from different backgrounds and from across the area, we gather to worship and glorify God with the reverent celebration of the Mass, the sacraments, and the venerable traditions of our Catholic faith. Faithful to the Magisterium and our love of God and neighbor, we strive to live and spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We gratefully return to God all that He has given us by using our gifts and talents to build up His Church, support our parish family, and welcome all who yearn for Christ.

Holy Rosary Parish was founded by the Dominican Friars in 1913 when they were invited by Bishop Nicholas A. Gallagher to serve the needs of 125 families living in what was then Houston’s south side.


Catechist Trainings

Saturday, September 21 (half day ), Central and Northwest Deanery Catechist Day fea­turing childhood (grades 1-6) curriculum. This event will take place at St. Mary of the Purification from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Coffee at 9:30. Lunch available. Register on the Cvent section of . For questions or more information, please contact Eileen Hubbard

Together in Holiness Marriage Conference

The conference will take place on Sat., Sept. 28, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at two loca­tions: St. Theresa, 115 7th St, Sugar Land, and Sts. Simon and Jude, 26777 Glen Loch Dr., The Woodlands. The 5th annual Together in Holiness conference is presented by The St. John Paul II Foundation, in collaboration with the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. This event includes dynamic presentations, Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, and the Sacra­ment of Reconciliation. Featured speakers are Den. Harold Burke-Sivers and Most Rev. Joseph E. Strickland. Breakout sessions at each location will discuss living the vocation of marriage as a growing family or as empty-nesters. On-site childcare is available (2-12yrs), pre-registration required. Cost is $59 per couple or $35 for an individual. An early bird discount is available until Aug. 5. Scholarships are also available. For more information, please visit or email Houston coordinators at

Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA collection

Service members train together to prepare to support the mission. They identify with their unit and find purpose in protecting and defending our na­tion. The return home, however, frequently finds one grappling with multiple losses: loss of mission, peers, and the operational tempo of deployment, to name a few. So much is done to prepare men and women to serve their mis­sion in the military, the same should be done as they reintegrate after deploy­ments. The ecclesial family should embrace and remind service members that they are not alone in their struggle to re-acclimate to life at home. Please do­ nate generously to continue the mission to promote peace and bring God's healing through the sacraments to service members and their families.

The collection will take place the weekend of September 28-29.

Faith Formation Classes

Registration for children's faith formation classes is now open. Morning classes are from 9:30- 10:45. Afternoon classes are from 1:30-2:45. Classes begin Sunday, September 8. Registration forms are available at forms.



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