Welcome to Santa Rosa Catholic Church

Welcome to Santa Rosa de Lima, a Catholic Christian parish and school that strives to serve the community with love. The power of the Holy Spirit has manifested within us calling us to explore the fullness of our faith. If you are new to the area you may find out more about us below.

Mass Schedule

ENGLISH MASSES

Sunday: 9:30am and 5:30pm (LIFE TEEN)
Monday: 7:00pm

MISAS EN ESPAÑOL

Diario: 6:30am
Martes - Viernes: 7:00pm
Sábado: 6:30am y 6:30pm
Domingo: 6:30am, 8:00am, 11:00am, 12:30pm, 2:00pm, 3:30pm (Misa de Niños), y 7:30pm (Misa de Jóvenes Adultos)

Adoration Confessions

The Weekly Bulletin

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This Week's Bulletin

Mar
21

Religious Education Congress

Thursday, March 21, 2019
Mar
15

Marriage Encounter

Friday, March 15, 2019
Feb
18

President’s Day

Monday, February 18, 2019
Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

“Put out into deep water and lower your nets for a catch” Lk 5:4

Isaiah describes how God called him to be a prophet. In a vision, Isaiah has “seen” the Lord on a magnificent throne in the Temple. Glowing angels called seraphim hover above the throne, and the Temple shakes with their praise. Isaiah is overcome with the reality of his own sinfulness and God’s holiness. He protests that he cannot be a prophet because of his “unclean lips.” But an angel purifies his lips with a glowing coal from the altar. This is a sign that Isaiah is now completely worthy to speak for God. Cleansed of his sin, Isaiah answers the Lord’s call by saying, “Here I am, send me!” / Isaiah 6:1-2a, 3-8 

Often when we want to convince others of an important truth, we point to the testimony of the experts who believe that same truth. Paul wants to be sure that the Christians of Corinth believe in the resurrection of Jesus. If they fail to grasp that central truth, their faith will be without meaning. So Paul lines up all the important “experts,” or witnesses, from Peter (Cephas) on down to himself. Paul is probably the most convincing witness of all, because Christ himself converted Paul from being a persecutor of Christians to a zealous apostle. / 1 Cor. 15:1-11 or 15:3-8 

The disciples were fishing and caught nothing. But then, Jesus comes and asks them to lower the net for a catch one more time. Even though Simon is convinced that there are no fish available, he tells Jesus, “At your command, I will lower the nets.” His trust is rewarded not only by a huge catch of fish, but by Jesus’ call to become a disciple. Peter, James, and John, overwhelmed by the presence of Jesus, drop everything and follow Him. / Luke 5:1-11 

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Reflection Question

Who inspires you to “leave everything” and follow Jesus? 

How the Archdioceses of Los Angeles promotes protections of children… 

Each of our 287 parishes and schools has a safeguard the Children Committee and all adults who work with or around children are require undergoing VIRTUS abuse prevention training and must submit to background checks and screening. All year round throughout the Archdiocese. In fact, literally tens of thousands of our adult Catholics have been certified during the past ten years. 

Services for Deacon Jesus Villegas 

The Lord has called one of his dear servants home, Deacon Jesus Villegas.If you would like to give your last farewell to him, services will be at Guardian Angel Church at 10919 Norris Ave, Pacoima, CA 91331. 

Rosary: Friday, February 22 at 6:00 PM

Mass: Saturday, February 23 at 10:00 AM 

Readings for the Week

  • Sunday Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
    IS 6:1-2A, 3-8; PS 138:1-2, 2-3, 4-5, 7-8; 1 COR 15:1-11; LK 5:1-11;
  • Monday Monday of the Fifth Week in Ordinary Time
    GN1:1-19; PS 104:1-2A, 5-6, 10 AND 12, 24 AND 35C; MK 6:53-56;
  • Tuesday Tuesday of the Fifth Week in Ordinary Time
    GN 1:20—2:4A; PS 8:4-5, 6-7, 8-9; MK 7:1-13;
  • Wednesday Wednesday of the Fifth Week in Ordinary Time
    GN 2:4B-9, 15-17; PS 104:1-2A, 27-28, 29BC-30; MK 7:14-23;
  • Thursday Memorial of Saints Cyril, Monk, and Methodius, Bishop
    GN 2:18-25; PS 128:1-2, 3, 4-5; MK 7:24-30;
  • Friday Friday of the Fifth Week in Ordinary Time
    GN 3:1-8; PS 32:1-2, 5, 6, 7; MK 7:31-37;
  • Saturday Saturday of the Fifth Week in Ordinary Time
    GN 3:9-24; PS 90:2, 3-4ABC, 5-6, 12-13; MK 8:1-10;

“Jesus asks us to produce just one work of art, which is possible for everyone: that of our own life.”

Saints & Special Observances

  • sunday
    5th Sunday in Ordinary Time;
  • monday
    Monday, 5th week in Ordinary Time; Our Lady of Lourdes;
  • tuesday
    Tuesday, 5th week in Ordinary Time;
  • wednesday
    Wednesday, 5th week in Ordinary Time;
  • thursday
    Saints Cyril, monk, and Methodius, bishop;
  • friday
    Friday, 5th week in Ordinary Time;
  • saturday
    Saturday, 5th week in Ordinary Time; The Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Saturday;

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