Adult Education Courses
Throughout the year, we offer opportunities for Adults to continue expanding their knowledge of our Faith.
Sunday Conversations - Short discussions hosted by Tom Griffin, following the 12pm Mass and located in the rectory meeting room. upcoming dates: May 22, 2022.
Let's learn about the life of Fr. Anthony Vincent Gallo - Declared venerable by St. John Paul II, join us as we hear from Fr. Gallo's newhews regarding his life story, as they share their experiences with us. Rectory meeting room, June 14, 2022, at 7:30 pm.
FAITH & ART - An Adult Faith Formation Presentation by Fr. Anthony Saliba, Tuesdays at 10 am & 7:30 pm in the rectory meeting room:
March 15, 22, 29 - click for details!
Sept. 7, 2021 - Our first presentation this year iwas by Fr. Joe McCann, Tuesday mornings at 10 am in the Rectory Meeting Room. This 4-part presentation, Five Words of Faith, will focus on the Creed, a prayer shared since the early centuries, and recited each Sunday in church. Read more!
Enjoy some family time and come closer to Jesus with FORMED, a wonderful website that has been called a "Catholic Netflix." St. Rose of Lima has purchased a subscription to FORMED, which has inspiring movies (including children's movies), video-based studies, audio talks, and e-books, to help you grow in your relationship with Jesus, and share your faith with others. Click here to register for FORMED! You can access the FORMED APP... on the Go! All the great Catholic content on FORMED, anywhere, anytime.
From the Rockville Centre Office of Faith Formation:
WHO ARE YOU AS CATHOLIC PARENTS:
YOU are the Primary Catechists of your children.
YOU want them to learn the faith.
YOU want them to learn to pray.
YOU want them to be active members in the Catholic Faith.
Video: Living the Gift: Passing on the Faith to Our Children
St. Rose Lending Library
Our library has approximately 3,000 volumes to choose from with a variety of books and DVD's for adults and children. Located in the narthex of the church, we are open for browsing and lending after the Sunday morning Masses.