Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Parish was built in 1955 with the first Mass celebrated Christmas Eve of 1955.

The first Pastor was The Most Rev. O. L. Kaufman, who, with the Bishop’s approval, selected the name of our parish.

At this time, we have over 400 families registered at

Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Parish.

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Upcoming Events

Thanksgiving Break - There is no faith formation classes Wednesday, Nov. 23rd and Sunday, Nov. 27th for the Thanksgiving weekend as we spend time with our families and friends. We do encourage and invite all our families to attend the Thanksgiving liturgy on Wednesday, Nov. 23 at 7:00 pm to thank God for all the gifts that he has given us! May you have a very blessed Thanksgiving!


3rd-4th-5th Family workshop - Join us Wednesday, Nov. 30 from 6:30 to 8:00 in Kaufman Hall, (regular class time). All students will need to have a parent with them for the session as we prepare for the season of Advent. This year we will discover the family tree of Jesus - "The Jesse Tree.” The Advent Journey is a rich tradition filled with stories that we need to share with our families.


Family Advent Workshop is Sunday, Dec. 4th for students in the Sunday morning program ages 3/4yr old's thru 2nd grade. There will be parent-led learning centers set up in Kaufman Hall from 9:00am to 10:00am (regular class time.) The Knights of Columbus are cooking and the whole family is invited to have breakfast during the event. What a great way to create a memory and start the Advent season with your family!








Daily Mass: On Tuesday, Nov. 29, we will resume having daily Mass in the Adoration Chapel, except for First Friday's. Because of the number that we get on those days we will be in the Church. Thank you.


Corporal Works of Mercy Parish Project - The Adult faith committee would like to invite the parish families to be intentional this Advent season and help those in need in our community and beyond Mills County. We will be working on three of specific works in Advent and then we will continue our efforts during Lent. Our first corporal work of Mercy will be to feed the hungry. Please bring food in on Sunday, December 3rd to the worship space at the liturgy that you will be attending. There are many folks that bring food regularly on the first Sunday of the month and we thank you… but we challenge everyone to make a donation of food this Advent Season.

Thank you for the support of this project.