Childrens Liturgy of the Word

Childrens Liturgy of the Word

Faith Formation
Once a month, our youngest children are invited to a special ministry during the Liturgy of the Word. Together, we read the Gospel and do an activity to make the stories come alive for preschoolers and young elementary school-aged children. If you would like to help with the children's liturgy, please reach out to us! Liturgy of the Word with Children A resource page for those who minister in the community by facilitating Children's Liturgy of the Word Childrens liturgy of the word Children's Liturgy of the Word | CatholicTV https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4i1BUN1zmgM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44SN5WaXsRs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ya82gJp6cf8 The Liturgy of the Word with Children is... Is a ritual for the proclamation of God’s Word with Children appropriate to their understanding. Is a moment of salvation in which the living God communicates life to God’s children…
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Resources

Resources

OUR PARISH
Contact us Local Diocese of Providence RI Catholic National America Magazine Commonweal Magazine Mass Times for Travel United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Word on Fire International Cross Catholic Outreach Vatican
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Calendar

Calendar

OUR PARISH
Mass Times Saturday: 4:00 PM Sunday: 8:00 AM 10:30 AM Mon-Fri 8:00 AM Confession Times Saturday: 3:00 PM to 3:30 PM OR by appointment      In order to hear your Confession you must wear a mask. Adoration Times Perpetual: Perpetual Adoration Chapel Today's Readings Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church Reading I  Gn 3:9-15, 20 Responsorial Psalm  87:1-2, 3 and 5, 6-7 Gospel  Jn 19:25-34 Previous Bulletins Mass Intentions Patron Saint Bulletin Annual Parrish Mission Warm Welcome Year of Faith Life Matters Christian Holidays Official Calendar https://www.calendarlabs.com/holidays/christian/2021 June Jun 10 Thursday Orthodox Ascension Jun 11 Friday Barnabas the Apostle Jun 20 Sunday Orthodox Pentecost Jun 24 Thursday Birth of John the Baptist Jun 29 Tuesday Peter and Paul Apostles July Jul 03 Saturday St Thomas the…
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Our Staff

Our Staff

OUR PARISH
As of June 30, 2021. Father Pierre Plante will retire as pastor of St. Catherine and St. Francis of Assisi parishes, and believes that merging his two congregations and their resources into SS. Rose and Clement Parish will serve to strengthen the overall Catholic presence in Warwick.  “Having one parish office will make administrative tasks run more efficiently and joining together volunteers in various parish ministries and activities will make a more vibrant parish with even greater outreach to the wider community in Warwick," Father Plante said. Father Andrew Messina, pastor of SS. Rose and Clement Parish, said he is looking forward to the integration of the three parishes. “We extend a very warm welcome to all who wish to join us. Working together, with the grace of Almighty God…
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Parish Registration

Parish Registration

OUR PARISH
To register for a parish Q: I tried to register at a parish, but the secretary told me that I can't since I live outside the boundaries of the parish. She told me what my real parish is supposed to be, based on where I live, but it's notorious for its guitar Masses and the priests' leftist social justice sermons, so I don't want to have anything to do with it! Am I really required to attend Mass at this horrible parish? — Maggie A: We Catholics in the U.S. tend to take it for granted that it is necessary to register ourselves and our families at a parish. It is routinely understood as a requirement if we want our children to attend the parish school, receive their first Holy…
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Saint Rose of Lima School

Saint Rose of Lima School

OUR PARISH
St. Rose of Lima School strives to develop a vital, nurturing, educational environment that meets the spiritual, academic, and developmental needs of its learners. There is an expectation of high academic achievement, personal morals, and Christian ethics. A strong Catholic atmosphere encourages our students to see Christ in the faces of others and to promote social justice. Our curriculum challenges teachers and explore and investigate their world without fear of making mistakes. Our goal is to provide the tools for our graduates to be successful in a global society and to meet the challenges of their future. The mission of Saint Rose of Lima School is to develop responsible, compassionate, life-long global learners and problem solvers who contribute their individual talents and live their faith. We are a community of…
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Holy Orders

Holy Orders

Sacraments
The Definition of the Sacrament of Holy Orders In the Sacrament of Holy Orders, or Ordination, the priest being ordained vows to lead other Catholics by bringing them the sacraments (especially the Eucharist), by proclaiming the Gospel, and by providing other means to holiness. Definition of Sacrament of holy orders, Loyola Press 322. What is the sacrament of Holy Orders? 1536 It is the sacrament through which the mission entrusted by Christ to his apostles continues to be exercised in the Church until the end of time. 323. Why is this sacrament called Holy Orders? 1537-1538 Orders designates an ecclesial body into which one enters by means of a special consecration (ordination). Through a special gift of the Holy Spirit, this sacrament enables the ordained to exercise a sacred power…
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Anointing of the sick

Anointing of the sick

Sacraments
  “For all who are sick, do not lose hope, especially when your suffering is at its worst. Christ is near you.” — Pope Francis "By the sacred anointing of the sick and the prayer of the priests the whole Church commends those who are ill to the suffering and glorified Lord, that he may raise them up and save them. And indeed she exhorts them to contribute to the good of the People of God by freely uniting themselves to the Passion and death of Christ." (CCC, 1499) If you or someone you know is ill and in need of anointing, please call the parish office at 401-739-0212. Introduction 376 The blessing of the sick by the ministers of the Church is a very ancient custom, having its origins…
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Confirmation

Confirmation

Sacraments
Just as Baptism gives new life, Eucharist nourishes life, and Reconciliation restores life when it is broken, Confirmation strengthens that life by the gifts of the Holy Spirit (cf. CCC 1285). It is about strengthening what God has given, and continues to give, to his sons and daughters (cf. CCC 1302-1303). The Sacrament of Confirmation is not the Catholic equivalent to the Jewish bar mitzvah. Confirmation is not a “coming of age” celebration. True, most young people are just beginning to pass into early adulthood when they receive the sacrament. But Confirmation is not about coming of age. Reception of the Sacrament of Confirmation does not mark the end of formal religious education. We never outgrow a need for a deeper knowledge and appreciation of our faith. The Sacrament of Confirmation is not a rite of passage, nor a graduation from religion…
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