The Equality Act - Take Action!

Everyone deserves to be treated with respect and dignity. The so-called Equality Act, which is being voted on in the U.S. House of Representatives soon, in many ways does the opposite and needs to be opposed. Instead of respecting differences in beliefs about marriage and sexuality, the Equality Act would discriminate against people of faith.  Visit the USCCB Action Center, enter your information and an email will be sent on your behalf. To read more about the Equality Act visit


This Lent, take advantage of all that has to offer - The Search, Bible studies and talks, Personal Growth and Inspirational stories, Rosary, movies for children and adutls, and so much more!  Free and easy to sign-up - use St. Rose of Lima Parish to creat your account! Click here to browse what FORMED has to offer


Statement from Cardinal Dolan

(New York, NY) Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York, released a statement on December 16, on efforts in Congress to support schools during the Covid-19 pandemic, 'calling on the U.S. Congress, and New York State’s delegation, to treat all schoolchildren, staff and teachers equally in providing emergency funding in the fight against this insidious coronavirus.' Please click here to read.

Catholic Action Network Text Alerts

You now have the tools to make your voice heard to your elected officials right in the palm of your hand. The Catholic Action Network (CAN) can text critical advocacy alerts directly to your smartphone, with links to quickly send messages to your elected officials on urgent issues of the day. To sign up, just text the word CAN to 50457. You’ll immediately receive a one-time link to complete your registration, which is free. Please consider signing up today.

Remembering Loved Ones 2021

The Book for 2021 Remembering Loved Ones is available!  A monetary donation is used to cover the cost of various items used at our liturgies, while remembering or honoring a loved one in a special way.  For more information, click here; to order please use this fillable form or contact the rectory.


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