Parish Outreach

Parish Outreach Coordinators

Sr. Carol Radosti and Ann Hedgis
Phone: 516.798.4954

Parish Social Ministry

Through Parish Social Ministry the faith community is called to live out the gospel and to proclaim how we can grow in love with God and neighbor. It is a ministry of relationship, direct services to those in need, empowerment, advocacy, organizing, socialization and global awareness.

Respect Life

Our Mission is to promote respect for all human life from conception to natural death, as a gift from God, worthy of protection. As a parish family, we strive to accomplish this through Prayer, Education, Advocacy, Care and Encouragement. Meetings are held once a month – check the bulletin for dates and times or call the parish Rectory office.

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My Club

My Club is for meeting new people – connecting and reconnecting women of the Massapequas back into the community! Members are typically 55+. My Club usually meets the last Tuesday of every month – call Diana for more information at 516.799.5154.


Some of the support groups we offer: for the widowed (Sunshine Social Group); for grief recovery after substance passing (Grasp); and for people or families who are experiencing a suicide of a loved one (A Place for Hope), but there are many types of loss. If you have lost a loved one and these support groups do not meet your need, please call us. While we may not have the appropriate group here at St. Rose, we may be able to help direct you to a support group outside the parish that might better meet your needs.

Ministry of Consolation

This ministry offers an opportunity to be a quiet presence and support to persons and families who have lost a loved one. Contact Barbara at

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Other Groups

  • Alcoholics Anonymous
  • The Ad Hoc Committee
  • Alanon
  • Nursing Home Visitors
  • Retired Friends

Donate to St. Rose of Lima Parish

Due to the faithfulness and sacrifice you have shown by your contributions to St. Rose of Lima Parish, we have been able to maintain the essential ministries which make St. Rose a vital center of Catholic Spirituality, both in prayer and in ministering to those in need.