Announcements contained within the bulletins — because of their advanced publication dates — may be inconsistent with this page. When in doubt, refer to the information as it appears below.
The Giving Tree: The giving tree for the children of Edgewater will be in the Church the weekend of December 5-6. Please feel free to take a tag, remembering to write your name, phone number and tag number on the paper by the tree. Kindly place your purchased UNWRAPPED gifts under the tree no later than Sunday, December 13th.
Religious Education (CCD): Classes began on October 18, 2020. Please see the CCD page of this website for information on registration for the 2020-2021 school year.
Support the Parish: We have now made it possible to support the Church of the Holy Rosary through OneParish Online Giving. Registering is quick and easy. Click HERE for details.
Sunday Bulletins: Copies of the Sunday bulletins are available on this website. However, if you find it more convenient, you can now sign up to have the bulletin delivered directly to your email inbox. Click HERE to either access the bulletin on this website, or to subscribe for weekly bulletins via email.
Adoration: Adoration is held in the Church every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12:00 to 3:00PM. Adoration concludes with recitation of the Divine Mercy.
Parish Center: The Cardinal has also instructed the closing of Parish Offices until further notice. The Holy Rosary Parish email is being monitored remotely. You may send an email to email@example.com and you will receive a response within 24 hours. Please refer to this website frequently for updates.
Food Pantry: The Holy Rosary Food Pantry is NOW open the last Tuesday of the month from 11 AM to 12 Noon. The food pantry is located in the church hall, accessible at 56 Undercliff Avenue. For donations to the food pantry, click HERE.
Feeding the Homeless: In adherence to the Archdiocese guidelines, Holy Rosary’s food pantry is closed until further notice.
Click HERE for Archdiocese of Newark Reopening Directives
The Archdiocese of Newark announced on September 1, 2020 that the attendance limit for its 212 churches in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, and Union counties has increased. Based on the latest New Jersey public official guidelines, the number of faithful now permitted indoors for public liturgies and Baptisms, weddings and funerals has increased to 150 participants or 25 percent of the church’s capacity, whichever is lower. The guidelines remain in place to ensure the safety and well-being of the faithful. To read the full statement, click HERE.
The Archdiocese has updated it’s directives regarding Catholic Cemeteries effective June 19th. Please click HERE for details.
For messages from Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin, C.Ss.R., please click HERE.