Welcome to Saint Rose of Lima
Dear friends in Christ,
Welcome to the parish website for Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Saint Rose is a vibrant Catholic parish with over 2,000 registered families and a great preschool and school, thus serving the spiritual growth of people of all ages. Our purpose is to know, love, and serve the Lord Jesus Christ, and to proclaim his love to the world.
We hope that this website serves as a valuable resource for you to inform you of the many wonderful aspects of our life of faith here at Saint Rose. Please take some time to explore the many great things that we do at this church and ask the Lord to guide you in how you can be more involved in serving him by serving one another. We pray that the Lord bless you and those that you love and that He grant you peace in this life and eternal happiness in the life to come.
Nov 15, 2019: 7:00pm - 9:00pm (weekly)
Grupo de Oracion, tiene su servicio todos los viernes de 7:00pm a 9:00pm Tenemos: Alabanzas, predica, refleccion y Oracion por todo las necesidades Dios te espera con los brazos abiertos.
Nov 15, 2019: 7:00pm (weekly)
Renovación Carismática tiene sus reuniones en la Iglesia todos los viernes a las 7:00.
Nov 16, 2019: 6:30am (weekly)
Saturdays at 6:30am in the Jo Call Room
Nov 16, 2019: 9:00am
When: Sat Nov 16 beginning at 9:00am.
Where: The Sisters’ Convent; suggest meeting in front of the Jo Call Room to carpool. Parking by Convent is limited.
Nov 17, 2019: 5:00pm
The Rite of Acceptance and Welcoming will be celebrated at the 5:00pm Mass, Sun, Nov 17.
Are you interested in listening again to one of Father's homilies?. Listen to Homilies Now
I Look Forward to the Resurrection of the Dead11-10-2019Fr. John Sims Baker
We say this every Sunday at Mass in the Nicene Creed. What are we "looking forward" to? Resurrection means that when Jesus comes again at the end of the world, He will raise our bodies to be reunited with our souls forever. Jesus rose from the dead in his body. He promises that we will too. It is a radical idea. We see in the Gospel today that the Sadducees did not believe in the resurrection of the dead. It was one of the things that separated them from the Pharisees. When St. Paul was addressing the scholars of Athens, they listened to him respectfully until he taught about the resurrection of the dead. This most fundamental truth of our faith seems to many people too good to be true.
But it is true. It is the cornerstone of our faith that Jesus rose from the dead in the flesh. This is the resurrection that we look forward to when Jesus comes again. Death occurs when the body is separated from the soul. When the soul departs the body, the body dies. The soul is immortal, but after death it is deprived of the body. What does it mean to be a human being without a body? I really cannot imagine. Everything that we have ever known or experienced has come to us through our bodies, including eternal life in the waters of baptism and the food of the Eucharist. God somehow provides the soul an existence without the body, but even the souls of the saints eagerly await the resurrection of the dead.READ MORE
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Do you know anyone who needs a Thanksgiving Meal?
The St. Rose Food Pantry can provide food items necessary to prepare a Thanksgiving meal for anyone in the parish community who is having difficulty providing for his/her family.
Please call the church office by Mon, Nov 18, at 615-893-1843 if you or anyone you know needs help with food items needed for a Thanksgiving meal.