Catholic Youth Organization (CYO)
CYO is open to fourth through 12th graders who are members of Holy Rosary Parish, attend Sacred Heart School, or are enrolled in Religious Education Classes. The purpose of CYO is to teach leadership, responsibility, and good sportsmanship, and to develop a sympathetic understanding of others. Activities include arts, crafts, declamation, cheerleading, volleyball, basketball, softball, baseball, and track.
Coffee and Donuts
This group provides coffee and donuts and an opportunity to socialize with one another following the10:00 AM
Contact: Lois Miller
This committee meets to collate/prepare for bulk mailing the newsletter on a monthly basis, as well as other parish mailings throughout the year.
Contact: Christine Lichman at 610-373-5579 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Parish Council meets once a month and advises the pastor on matters regarding community outreach, education, finance, prayer, liturgy, social activities, and all other business that impacts the parish.
Holy Rosary hosts the Soup Kitchen at Kennedy House twice a year. If you would like to volunteer contact Frank Urso at email@example.com or at 610-831-5350. Volunteers are always needed.
This committee meets as needed in the months prior to the parish picnic, which is based on a family reunion model. Meetings occur during the month of March, April, and May, and the picnic is usually held on the Sunday a Sunday in August closes to the Assumption.
Contact: ChrisLichman or Linetter Razzano
The mission of the Respect Life Committee is to promote a respect for life and to defend it, from conception to death. Respect Life supports Lifeline, Catholic Charities, and Mary’s Shelter.
Contact: Frances Schroeder
Holy Rosary/Sacred Heart Seniors
Seniors meet the first Monday of the month at 1:30 p.m. in the Wachter Room. Social, educational, and cultural programs are planned to promote friendship and fellowship. Membership is open to anyone age 50 or older.
Holy Rosary Spaghetti Dinner
Our Spaghetti Dinner is held on a Wednesday in October closes to the Feast of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary and is held at Victor Emmanuel Club
Knights of Columbus
Monsignor Borenmann Council #16066 of Holy Rosary & Sacred Heart Parishes.
The Knights of Columbus Monsignor Bornemann Council was founded in October 2014 and membership is open to all practicing Catholic male adults, aged 18 and over, who wish to serve their parish and community. Meetings are the third Thursday of the month. Visit our website bornknights.org to see more about our activities. For information Contact Rob Santoro at 484-869-45654.