1601 North Tennessee Boulevard, Murfreesboro, TN 37130(615) 893-1843 • (615) 895-1150 (fax)Hours | M-F 8:00 - 12:00 & 1:00 - 4:00
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Bautizos - CeciliaMatrimonio - Lupita y Jesus Cruz
Mission Statement: The Formation Office of St. Rose of Lima exists to assist the parishioners in the evangelization of people of all ages through Christ's merciful love.
We, at Saint Rose of Lima, strive to provide the Young Church an opportunity to build community with not only the local congregation of believers, but also strive to create an awareness and vision of unity with the whole Universal Church. Our goal is to empower discipleship; encourage participation in the life, mission, and work of the Catholic Church; and to foster personal and spiritual growth of each young person. Here at St. Rose of Lima, we dare the Young Church to strive for sainthood.
Ministerios - Luis Adonay Lopez
Our mission is to assist Saint Rose Parishioners and those in the community having financial difficulties.
Small receivers (with earpieces or a lanyard for T-coil enabled hearing aids) feed sound to you directly from our sound system.
The Saint Rose Food Pantry is available to assist Saint Rose Parishioners and those in our community having difficulty providing food for their families.
Please bring any new or gently worn coats to the Jo Call Room through Sun, Nov 4.
Please take a look at our calendar of events for 40 Days for Life.
Perhaps you're interested in learning how Scripture, prayer, Benedictine wisdom or art can enhance your spirituality.
The Weekend Backpack Ministry would like to thank all of the St. Rose parishioners for their gifts of food items to fill Weekend Backpack bags for 32 children from food-insufficient homes in a Rutherford County Elementary and High School.
Saturdays 6:15-8:00am beginning Sat, Sep 22
Sundays that PSR meets from 9:45-10:45am in Meeting Room 119.
Bishop Spalding invites everyone to a panel discussion taking place in several churches around the Diocese.
A column by Fr. Joe Fessenden on the history of the Mass and what’s going on when we do what we do as Catholics.