You are InvitedCome and See!

Fr. Paul 3In the Gospel of John, 1:35-42, we are told of a story about two disciples who want to know where Jesus is staying. They are invited to “COME AND SEE.”  Who they find is the Messiah,  the One for whom they have been waiting.  Andrew, one of the disciples, goes and tells his brother the ‘good news’ and brings him to Jesus.  This essentially is everyone’s story:  those ‘who are looking and searching’ …  We, like Andrew, simply want to bring you to Jesus, The One for whom you are looking…”  In Christ,  Fr. Paul Gousse



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    Our first Holy Mass of Healing and Hope for 2018 will be held on Tuesday, January 16 at Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Church, Rochester.  Recitation of the rosary begins at 6:30 p.m. followed by Holy Mass at 7:00 and healing prayer with Fr. Paul Gousse and trained prayer teams. For more information or […]

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