Who is Jesus?

Wise man, enlightened moral teacher, or God our Savior? Many people have opinions about who Jesus is. But what did Jesus say about His own identity? Who did He reveal Himself to be? The answer will change your life!

Find out more about Jesus

Become A Catholic

Is Christ calling you into the Catholic Church? What does the Catholic Church actually believe? What does it mean to be a disciple of Christ? If you are interested in exploring the answers to these questions, we'd like to help.

Become a Catholic
Friday
Jul072017

Calendar Worksheet

Please download the Calendar Worksheet to submit dates for the use of Parish Facilities for 2017-2018 year. Please sumbit your dates by July 24, 2017 to Mary McKenzie at the Parish Office. For questions please call 847-437-0403 or marymckenzie@qotr.org.

Download the worksheet here.

Wednesday
Jul082015

Know Someone Who Wants to Become Catholic?

Come and See!

 

 

"Philip found Nathanael, and said to him, ‘We have found him of whom Moses in the law and also the prophets wrote, Jesus of Nazareth, the son of Joseph.’ Nathanael said to him, ‘Can anything good come out of Nazareth?’ Philip said to him, ‘Come and see.’” (John 45-46)

 

Are you:

  • Someone who is searching for more meaning in life?
  • A seeker who wishes to inquire into the Catholic Faith?
  • A baptized Catholic who has never received First Communion or Confirmation?
  • A Confirmed Catholic who is ready to explore your faith anew?

 

 

Then Join Us!


  
Christ calls each of us to a deeper relationship with both Him and His Church. This journey of discipleship begins at baptism and continues throughout our lives. Becoming a Catholic and living as a disciple in communion with the Church is not simply like joining a club or being an active member of a civic organization. Rather, it is an experience of sharing in the very supernatural life of God in the midst of the human community. United with Christ by our participation in the sacraments, we give witness to the merciful love of the Father through lives characterized by self-sacrifice and fruitfulness in the power of the Holy Spirit.

  The Church recognizes the importance of this journey of discipleship and strives to provide formation that is equal to the dignity of Christ’s call. So join us as we explore the Person of Jesus Christ—His claims, His promises, and His Church—together. You don’t have to commit to the whole RCIA process to attend these sessions. No pressure or expectations—just a group of men and women searching for the Lord in an atmosphere that is relaxed and respectful.

We Meet:

Tuesday evenings from September 15th through March 22nd.
7:00 – 9:00 PM in the West Meeting Room of the Ministry Center. Encounter Sessions will be in the Church.

All Are Welcome:

God created you for love, and He longs to pour the fullness of His Divine Life into you so that you might live an abundant, fulfilled life on Earth and spend Eternity with Him in Heaven. If you have questions about God and His promises, about His Church—or if you are interested in deepening your own life in Christ, please consider joining us.

Contact Fr. Dave or Fr. Mike at the Parish Office (847-437-0403) to sign up.

Monday
Dec102012

Wednesday Confessions 6-7 PM

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is a powerful channel of God's mercy and forgiveness. As we journey together in this Advent Season, we invite you to prepare your hearts to receive Christ by celebrating this Sacrament. If you are trapped in patterns of behavior that are hurtful, if you are burdened by guilt and shame, if you are struggling with your relationship with God, or if it's been some time since you've been to the Sacrament of Reconciliation, won't you please come and receive God's forgiveness in this sacrament?

Queen of the Rosary Parish has recently added Confession times every Wednesday from 6 to 7 PM in the Church. These are in addition to our Saturday Confessions at 4:30 PM.

If neither of these times can work for you or your family, please call the Parish Office and schedule an appointment for the Sacrament of Reconciliation with Fr. Ed or Fr. Mike.

To learn more about the Sacrament of Reconciliation, click here.