Saint Rose of Lima Parish ∙ Savannah, MO
"Apart from the Cross, there is no other ladder by which we may get to heaven."
-St. Rose of Lima
Sunday - 10:30am
Monday - 8:00am
Tuesday - 6:00pm
Wednesday - Noon
Thursday - 6:00pm
Friday - 8:00am
Saturday - 5:00pm
500 Terry Francois Street, San Francisco, CA 94158
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WELCOME TO THE PARISH
St. Rose of Lima is a cohesive family-oriented intergenerational parish with a strong sense of community enriched by a tradition of Benedictine and Franciscan spirituality.
Our parish life is centered around the Eucharist where all are welcomed and encouraged to actively participated in worship and to proclaim the Word as witnesses of God's love.
Committed to the vision of Vatican II we honor and support the leadership and ministry of the faith.
We encourage learning at every level and pledge ourselves to a vibrant religious education program, focus on the youth, growth in adult formation, Christian stewardship, and the works of peace and justice within and beyond our parish boundaries.
Serving the Savannah Missouri area since 1858. Our parish has a rich history spanning many generations and several church buildings. Click below for our history and to get to know our parish today.
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
Our Lord has called us to go out to the world and make disciples of all nations. There are many needs in our community which we meet to the best of our ability. Click below to learn what you can do to be part of this divine mission.
The Most Holy Sacraments are the center of our our lives as Catholics. Visible signs that teach us of the invisible grace God gives us in our lives. Click below to learn about the Sacraments and how we live them out in our lives in this community.
St. Patrick Parish Mission
I fear nothing, because of the promises of Heaven; for I have cast myself into the hands of Almighty God, who reigns everywhere.
-Confessions of St. Patrick