“Holy Baptism is the basis of the whole Christian life, the gateway to life in the Spirit.” – CCC 1213
Baptism is the beginning of our journey through life with Christ and His Church. We learn from the example He set by being baptized (Matthew 3:13-17), and the commission He gave the apostles to baptize all nations (Matthew 28:18-19).
“In the spiritual life a man is sick on account of sin. For that reason he needs medicine so that he may be restored to health; and this grace is bestowed in the Sacrament of Penance.” – St. Thomas Aquinas
Weekly Reconciliation Time:
Wednesdays : 6:00pm- 7:00pm
Or by appointment
The Holy Eucharist
“If angels could be jealous of men, it would be for one reason: Holy Communion.” – St. Maximilian Kolbe
The Holy Eucharist, often called Communion, is the body, blood, soul and divinity of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We believe that He is truly present, and that this sacrament is not just a symbol.
At St. Rose, in accordance with the Diocese of Syracuse and the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church, reception of the Eucharist is available to all practicing Catholics or members of a faith in full communion with the Catholic Church, such as the Eastern (Byzantine) Catholic Church. Catholics begin receiving Holy Communion as early as second grade.
“The fruit of the Spirit is, love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control.” – Galatians 5:22-23
Confirmation is the final sacrament of Initiation and is the fulfillment of the promises made in Baptism. It is administered by the bishop (or in some case a priest) and this is done through the invocation of the Holy Spirit, the laying on of hands, and the anointing with chrism oils.
The love of a husband and wife is the force that welds society together.” – St. John Chrysostom
Matrimony, or marriage, is an unbreakable union between man and woman. Instituted by God, we believe that marriage is essential to life, family, culture and the world. Matrimony is administered by the bride and groom on one another, blessed by a priest or deacon, and witnessed by the Church.
Please fill out the request form below at least 6 months prior to your wedding. Once we receive the form, someone will contact you.
Marriage Request Form
Please fill out this form.
Anointing of the Sick
“For all who are sick, do not loose hope, especially when your suffering is at its worst. Christ is near you.” – Pope Francis
Anointing of the Sick is a healing sacrament of the Church. Anointing can be administered multiple times, often in response to serious illness or injury, as well as before major surgery. It is only administered by a priest.
If you know of someone who is Catholic and is either going into a serious surgery, is very ill, or close to death, and would like this Sacrament, please contact the Parish Office as soon as possible.
Sacramental Records Request
Common requests for sacramental records include:
- Baptismal Certificate
- First Communion
- Marriage Certificate
Sacramental Records Request Form
To request a copy of your sacramental records use the online form below.
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Saturday Vigil Mass
St. Margaret: 5:15 PM
St. Margaret: 9:15 AM
St. Rose: Monday - Saturday 9:00 AM
St. Margaret: Tuesday - Thursday 8:15 AM