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    Holy Rosary Church has been serving the Eastchester Community of the Northeast Bronx since 1925.  We invite all Catholics to participate fully in our spiritual and community life..  

    Whether you are a registered parishioner or a visitor looking for a spiritual home, we hope that the information on this website will be helpful to you.  Please join us in our celebration of the Eucharist and other special parish events throughout the year.  

    If you are new to the parish, please introduce yourself after Mass and register at the Parish Office.  If you have moved recently, please notify the Parish Office of your new address.

    "You always have a home at Holy Rosary!"
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    Answers to Week #10. 
    Category was "King David"

    Week #11 
    Category: LENT

  • FORMed

    Holy Rosary parishioners have access to FORMED, a website with many excellent Catholic resources on adult faith formation, sacramental preparation, Bible studies, and materials for children.  The website also contains a library of electronic books, audios, and movies.  
    Sign up now and explore!
    Go to http://formed.org, and use the parish code 44PCJW when you create an account.  (It is free and you get more content when you use the parish code.)  

    Catholic Apostolate for those who have family members with same sex attraction. A new website has been created to help the faithful who are searching for information about Encourage, the Church’s teachings on same sex attraction and spiritual support: www.encourageny.com

  • Mass in the extraordinary Form on FebRuary 25, 1PM

    The next EF Mass will be celebrated on the Second Sunday of Lent, February 25 at 1PM.  Fr. Matthew Reiman from St. Francis Xavier Parish in the Bronx will be the celebrant. The schola will sing music by Tallis and Byrd. 

    Parking is available.  The church is also accessible by public transit. 

  • lent 2018

    Lent is a holy season in our church’s year. It is holy because it calls us in a special way to holiness and encourages us to adopt holy habits of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. 
    All the Fridays of Lent are days of abstinence - Catholics above the age of 14 are obliged to abstain from meat on the days of abstinence. Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are days of both fast and abstinence. 

  • Bp. Barron's Lent Reflections

    • Friends, once again our Gospel today is taken from Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. It is one of the most puzzling texts in the New Testament. It speaks of loving our enemies. Not tolerating them, or...
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