424 S. Main Street North Wales, PA 19454

Upcoming Events


Sunday, February 25 at 5:30 p.m.  Dinner & Talk on the Beatitudes by Rev. Michael Mullan 

Rev. Michael MullanBring your family for an inspiring start to Lent.  The "Mini-Mission" night includes a casual (and delicious!) catered dinner followed by an excellent talk on the Beatitudes and how we can help others through Works of Mercy presented by guest speaker, Rev. Michael Mullan.  RSVP to make your family's dinner reservation ASAP by contacting the Parish office at 215-699-4617 or stroselima@srol.org 

Come, and bring a friend!



Please complete the survey by MARCH 5

St. Rose parish members, Click HERE to complete the survey


St. Rose is participating in an international survey on discipleship conducted by the Catholic Leadership Institute.  Please help by completing a 10-15 minute survey online. The survey can be accessed at www.disciplemakerindex.com from February 5-March 5, 2018, and will ask you to reflect on your own spiritual growth and enable you to provide feedback on what efforts the parish is doing to help you grow. All responses will be confidential and the parish will only receive information about the community as whole.  We are trying to get the highest response rate possible. This information will be invaluable to Msgr. Graham and our various ministries as we plan ahead and try to be the best disciples we can be. We will receive the results this spring/summer at which time we will share what we have learned with the entire parish. Thank you for helping with this important project! 


FOOD for CHRIST 2018  "Feed and Be Fed" 

Servings of Food collected in 2018 = 30,706! 

As a caring faith community, St. Rose Parish is undertaking a bold new initiative in 2018 to help END HUNGER in our COMMUNITY. Right now, 80,000 people in Montgomery County are hungry and struggle to put food on their table. 1/3 of them are children! Together, we can change this reality. Beginning in January, we are asking every member of our Parish family to help feed hungry families as Jesus has called us to do.   What can you do?

  • Each week, when you shop for your family, purchase one extra non-perishable food item to Feed those in need.
  • Bring food donations to Mass and place them in the donation bin in Church, and then Be Fed by the Word of God.

Food items most needed:

FEBRUARY: Cereal & Canned Fruit

MARCH: Canned Protein

(chicken, SPAM, salmon, beef stew, chicken & dumplings, etc.)

At every weekend Mass, we will be colecting non-perishable food items.  Our goal is to collect at least 80,000 servings of food — one serving for every hungry person in our community! We need your help to defeat hunger!  For more information click HERE 



Parish Trip - Friday, March 9  Bus departs at 5:30 pm

ONLY 5 spaces left!!! Don't miss the international, critically acclaimed musical and video surround experience of Christ's Passion, Death and resurrection and the coming of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost at St. John Bosco in Hatboro.  Trip cost $35 - includes bus transportation, box dinner and show ticket (preferred seating in front section!)  Reservations and information contact stroselima@srol.org   Learn more about this spectacular show at crossandlight.org 



Friday, March 9 at 7:30 p.m.- Splendor of Truth Room 

Free movie, popcorn & beverages.  To Be a Pilgrim, The Canterbury Way Follows Fathers Marcus Holden and Nicholas Schofield as they journey along the ancient pilgrimage route from London to Canterbury. Along the way they discover the story of Saint Thomas and various fascinating traditions. By retracing the journey of medieval pilgrims, the film reveals the Christian heritage of England.


LENT PASTA DINNER & Childrens Stations of the Cross 

Friday, March 23, 5:30-8:00 pm

Come enjoy a delicious Pasta Dinner (5:30-8 p.m. in the gym) that includes a kids Lenten craft and Childrens Stations of the Cross (7:00 p.m.).  Traditional Stations of the Cross will be at 7:30 p.m. in Church.



Saturday, March 24 from 8:30 a.m. to Noon

Jennifer HubbardWe are blessed to welcome Jennifer Hubbard as our guest speaker for an uplifting Women's Retreat Morning.  Ladies, join us for morning Mass, breakfast and a message about the mercy and hope God provides us, even in the face of unexpected life events.

Jennifer Hubbard is a mother who lost her 6-year-old daughter Catherine Violet Hubbard during the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. Since that day, Jennifer and her husband Matt have turned to their faith in their search for peace, and they found that God has provided them with the answers they needed. This retreat will make you think, and it will leave you joyful as the realization of God’s everyday presence unfolds. Bring your mom, sister, daughter, girlfriend, niece, aunt and the other wonderful women in your life! RSVP by March 17 to Jane Selner at jselner@srol.org or 215-699-4617.