Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
External Celebration of Corpus Christi
Sunday, June 7th 2015
Due to the weather this year, the procession took place within the Chapel building and two altars were provided for the faithful to adore Our Lord and have Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, prior to the return to the main altar:
Blessed and praised every moment
Be the most holy and divine Sacrament.
- Benediction at the 3rd altar in the St. Francis Hall -
CHAPEL ALTAR FOR CHRISTMAS MIDNIGHT HOLY MASS
JUNE 12, 2011
CHAPEL ALTAR FOR PENTECOST SUNDAY
INTROIT OF THE MASS FOR PENTECOST SUNDAY
INCENSE BEING BLESSED AT OFFERTORY
COLONEL ROMAN GOLASH (retired)
--visits the Chapel
Recently the Chapel was honored with the presence of Colonel Roman Golash, (retired). The Colonel spoke and offered a power-point presentation so as to acquaint members of the Sodality and their friends with a history of the problems in the Middle East. A Question & Answer period followed. More than a few were surprised to learn of the level of persecution of Christians in the Middle East, especially the Copts who are ancient communities that reside in Egypt.
After his timely presentation and in appreciation for his dedicated efforts, Roman received several gifts from Fr. Brown the Chaplain of the Sodality of Our Lady. The several items presented were not only in appreciation for his visit and taking the time to provide an education on matters that impact the world, but also to encourage him in his work and efforts. Presented were a blessed Eastern Icon of Our Lord, and two books: one on the history of the Crusades written by a noted historian, and another which answered many old calumnies directed against the Catholic Church, especially her role in history.
We hope to have Colonel Roman
visit us again soon!
CHAPEL MAY CROWNING 2011
FRANCES "AUNT FRANCES"
CROWNS STATUE OF OUR LADY
ASSISTED BY MARIETTA
PROCESSION COMING BACK INTO VESTIBULE
EPISTLE SIDE VIEW
"DEUS MEUS ET OMNIA"
COMMUNION CLOTH BEING PREPARED
"ECCE AGNUS DEI"
"BLESSING OF PETS"
October 10, 2010
The "Blessing of Animals"
followed Holy Mass
( in the vestibule)
OUR CATHOLIC SPIRITUAL LIFE AT THE CHAPEL
October 3, 2010
Chapel Altar for Rosary
New Our Lady of Fatima statue made for Our Lady
of the Holy Rosary Chapel
(Ric Donnelly, Sodality member from Indiana donation)
Flowers came from the garden of Chapel members who live in Wisconsin and drive
over 2 hours to attend the
"Blessing of Roses"
for the sick followed Mass
Following Mass, Blessed Rose petals and Rosary pamphlets were distributed. Chapel members enjoyed a wonderful Cake that our organist
(Diane Milmont) provided for this occasion.
Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Chapel
Singing of Holy Gospel for the Feast of the
Assumption of Our Lady
Sung Mass on the Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady
"Blessing of Baptismal Water"
"May the power of the Holy Ghost come down into this full font"
This is the most solemn rite of the blessing. It is an impressive sign of Christ (the Easter Candle) through His Holy Spirit conferring the power of sanctifying to the baptismal water. Three times the rite is repeated, by way of emphasis. To underscore still more the sign of the Spirit's sanctifying operation, the priest (seen above) breathes three times upon the water, down the center, to the left and to the right (over the whole expanse of water) and sings: Totamque huis aquae substaniam, regenerandi fecundet effectu.
"And may He make the whole substance of this water pregnant with power to regenerate...Here may every stain of sin be washed away; here may that nature created to thine image and remade to its Maker's honor be cleansed from all its former squalor. May every man who enters this sacrament of regeneration be born again in a new
childhood of true innocence."
Who could fail to see the dogmatic significance of these prayers? Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Chapel defends the traditional Holy Mass and Rites of the Roman Catholic Church not merely for the sake of "tradition" but for the doctrine that is wonderfully contained in the prayers of the Liturgy of the Church. Catholic prayers always say something Catholic.
Easter Vigil Mass
Our Mother of Perpetual Help Shrine
FIRST HOLY COMMUNION
"Saint Joseph Day"
Blessing of Palms
First Saturday Mass
(May Altar to our Blessed Mother, 2010)
Our Lady of Guadalupe
Prayerful Silence in the House of God
CHAPEL EVENTS & HAPPENINGS
Bronson keeping guard!
Chapel cookout on the rectory lawn
Is the food ready yet?
Len Rumpsa (middle) recently passed away
Len Rumpsa (left) a wonderful friend of
Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Chapel
(please pray for the repose of his soul)
Marietta, Chapel Librarian
(leaving for the Philippines soon)
Remember Mass in the House Chapel?
Mass in the House Chapel
More to come....