Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord

“This is my Body that is given up for you. Do this in memory of me.” Luke 22 14-19

 Today we celebrate Palm Sunday or Sunday of the Lord’s Passion. From the first centuries of the Church, Christians have carried palm branches in joyful processions. On this day, we sing or shout “Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord” as the crowd that followed Jesus to Jerusalem at the beginning of what we now call Holy Week. This year we hear the story of the passion of the Gospel of Luke. It tells a touching story of Jesus, who comforts the “good thief” and forgives those who nailed him to the Cross. / Luke 22:14–23:56 

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Reflection Question

In what way do we help people who suffer today?

Easter Lillies

The Church needs donations: Easter Iilies or white flowers to celebrate for the Resurrection of the Lord. For flowers to be fresher please bring them by Friday of Holy week to the church or in the parish office. Thank you for your donations! 

Income Tax Statement

If you need a report of your donations to Santa Rosa Church during 2018 you may either request it by phone or in person at the parish office. 

Sacraments for Adults

Adults who are still missing the Sacraments of Baptism, First Communion (Eucharist) & Confirmation go to the Parish Office for more information. 

No Soliciting

No person has our authorization to solicit any type of contributions, which includes people outside the church. If you are approached by anyone please refer them to the parish office. Thank you for your attention. 

There are parking spaces reserved for CLERGY. Please do not park there unless you ARE clergy! 

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