Holy Rosary Church in Jersey City plans to cool down the August heat with a five-day splash of summer fun known as La Festa Italiana 2022. Starting Wednesday, Aug. 10, and running through Sunday, Aug. 14, from 5 pm-to-1l pm each night, the neighborhood surrounding Holy Rosary Church on 6th & Brunswick Streets will be a fun-filled block party of vendors selling a diversity of delicious dishes and dynamic dance bands playing Top-40 hits that promise families and friends fabulous memories to last a lifetime.
The following Fridays Lenten Schedule featuring Stations of the Cross, Sunday Lenten Film Retreats and Holy Rosary Parish Annual St. Joseph Dinner for Sunday March 19th, 2017 this month.
Please check the ad below for times and events.
Holy Rosary Parish is located at 344 Sixth Street in Historic Downtown Jersey City 201-795-0120 and welcomes all new members to the community and former parishioners to come celebrate the Lenten and Easter Season at Holy Rosary.
Founded in 1885, Holy Rosary Church is the oldest Italian Roman Catholic Church in the state of New Jersey. It’s congregation now reflects the growing “tapestry of nations” that makes up the demographics of downtown Jersey City.
See our Easter Mass Schedule on this website
To view the Holy Rosary Church website visit http://www.holyrosarychurch.com/
• 🕇 LENT 🕇
Daily Lenten Meditation & Activities:
Tuesday, March 7th
“Our Father…” (Matthew 6:9)
• Mass ~ 8:30am
• Lenten Bible Study
ALL Are Welcome!
7:30pm ~ Parish Center
(Weekly One Hour Meeting Until April 11th)
Wednesday, March 8th
“God saw by their actions how they turned from their evil way.” (Jonah 3:10)
• Mass ~ 8:30am
• Deanery Mass ~ 7:30pm
Joseph W. Cardinal Tobin, C.Ss.R.. D.D ~ Celebrant
Our Lady of Czestochowa Church
120 Sussex Street, JC
(JERSEY CITY) On Saturday, Oct. 12 at 1 pm, Jersey City will honor its rich Italian heritage when the Columbus Day Parade kicks off on 6th Street & Newark Avenue and marches east to Jersey Avenue and then south to City Hall.
This year’s event, re-established by the Dante Alighieri Society of Jersey City marks the 5th year the Columbus Day Parade will take place in one of Jersey City’s most established Italian-American neighborhoods that includes Holy Rosary Church, the oldest Italian parish in New Jersey. Nicholas J. Grillo, President of the and a congregant at Holy Rosary Church says the parade this year is bigger and better than ever.