Please pray for the repose of the soul of Archbishop Emeritus Raymond G. Hunthausen. Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul, and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.
Curious about the Catholic Faith? Thinking about joining or returning to the Church? Or just want to understand your Catholic family members better? "Inquiry" is an open forum to explore the Catholic Faith. A perfect starting point for anyone considering RCIA or Adult Confirmation. We meet every Tuesday evening at 6:30 in the Parish Office Basement Meeting Room. All are welcome! Invite a friend!
Holy Rosary Young Adults are hosting a day hike on Saturday, July 7! We'll meet for Mass in the Chapel at 8:35am, and then will hike the Cherry Creek Falls trail near Duvall. All are welcome! Click through for details!
On Thursday, our parish and school held a Eucharistic Procession for Corpus Christi. About 250 students plus adults followed Jesus through the streets of West Seattle. Even the local media came out to see it! Check out the story at Westside Seattle! (Photo by Patrick Robinson)
Holy Rosary's iconic Bell Tower, which can be heard and seen all over West Seattle, reminds us of God's presence in our midst. But the top 25' is unreinforced masonry and needs significant maintenance and repair. We have been working to accomplish this project and, after a brief stall, are back on track. Please click through for a full update on the Tower Project!
Join us for "Unlocking the Mystery of the Bible" - an eight-week overview of the Bible from beginning to end, starting Saturday April 14. We'll meet after the morning Mass, starting about 9:30am, in the Parish Center Reception Room. All are welcome!
We'll be reading "Jesus: A Pilgrimage" by James Martin, SJ, starting on Wednesday April 11. Our group meets after the morning Mass, usually starting about 9:30am in the Parish Center Reception Room. All are welcome!
Lent is a time for walking with Christ toward Jerusalem, where he will share our death so that we can share his divine life! Join us for Stations of the Cross, Adoration, and other devotions as we prepare to celebrate the heart of our Christian faith at Easter! Click through for a full schedule of events for Lent!
Enjoy an evening (Sat, Feb. 24th) with family-style served salad, crab pot of King Crab, seafood varietal, corn and potatoes, ending with dessert. All served literally on the table from the pot ready to dig into with your hands! Child main course option of corn dog or King Crab (must select one). Beer and wine available for purchase. Proceeds benefit Holy Rosary School. Adults – $40 / Seniors – $35 / Children (age 3-12) – $10 Saturday, Feb. 24th, seating will begin after the 5pm mass. Purchase tickets at https://holyrosaryws.org/kingcrabdinner-cc/
On February 7th, Bishop Mueggenborg came to our parish and Confirmed twenty-seven of our parishioners! In this sacrament, they were strengthened in the Holy Spirit and commissioned to bear witness to Christ in their words, actions, and relationships. We're delighted to welcome them to full membership in the Church!
The Intersection of Human Trafficking and the Contemporary Immigration Crisis How are these two worldwide issues linked? How can we support immigrant human trafficking survivors? This free event, presented by Elizabeth Murphy of the Intercommunity Peace and Justice Center in Seattle, promises to be an eye-opening learning experience depicting how human trafficking and the immigration crisis intersect. Come hear how we can stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters as a faith community. Sunday, January 14th | 12 p.m. (following Mass) | St. Leo’s Church – Bix Hall (710 S. 13th St., Tacoma)
We started a new Bible Study on the book of Exodus this January! We already have one group meeting Wednesday mornings. If you'd like to join the Wednesday group, or would like to start a new group at a different time, contact Robert King (email@example.com)!
Curious about Catholicism? We'll address your questions in an evening series dedicated to questions you ask! Our next session will be on Thursday, January 18th at 6:30pm. Drop your questions in the Question Boxes at the entrances to the Church!
A video by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) explains what we mean by the Immaculate Conception of Mary, and why we celebrate it. Masses for this Holy Day of Obligation on December 8 are at 8:35am and 7:00pm.
Sunday, December 3 9:30am to 1:30pm in the School Hall (Come after Mass or Drop in any time!) *Advent Crafts *Coffee, Donuts and More! *St. Vincent de Paul Food Drive *Advent Wreaths and Candles *Cards supporting NOEL House Women’s Shelters