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As part of God's family, we have all been given special and unique gifts.  Everything we are and everything we have has been freely given to us by our generous God.  As baptized Christians and stewards of God's gifts, we have a responsibility to use and share our special gifts out of love and gratitude in all aspects of our daily lives-at home, at work, in our community and in our parish.  Parish ministry is one way we can continue the mission and ministry of Jesus Christ and help bring about God's kingdom.

Here are just some of the Ministry opportunities here at Saint Rosalie's!  Click a category for specific ministries and details.  (Additions to this page will be ongoing.)

Liturgy and Prayer Religious Formation
Social Ministry Parish Life

Good deeds, whether in the parish or elsewhere, are considered ministry if the motivation is love and gratitude to God for all we have received.  We give praise and glory to God each time we use our gifts for the common good.  We are truly the hands and heart of Christ in today's world.  St. Teresa of Avila's words of the 16th century continue to be timely.  Let us pray:

Christ has no body now but yours.
No hands, no feet, on earth but yours.
Yours are the eyes through which He looks
compassion on this world.
Yours are the feet
with which He walks to do good.

Yours are the hands
with which He blesses all the world.
Yours are the hands, yours are the feet.
Yours are the eyes, you are His body.

Christ has no body now but yours.
No hands, no feet on earth but yours.
Yours are the eyes, through which He looks
compassion on this world.

Christ has no body now on earth but yours.
These are the words of St. Theresa of
Avila written in the 16th century.

Make St. Teresa's words your own now by praying a second time substituting the words “I” and “mine” instead of “you” and “yours.”  Pray and reflect on how God is calling you to share your own gifts through ministry.

Liturgy and Prayer

  • Altar Servers
  • Music Ministry
  • Usher
  • Eucharistic Minister
  • Lector

  • Worship Committee



  • Altar Servers-Our young boys and girls have an early choice to accept the call to share their gifts in service.  Altar Servers assist the priest at our liturgical ceremonies.  Training is offered each Fall for children as young as the 4th grade.  These hourly classes are held for six weeks and conclude with an investiture ceremony.
  • Music Ministry- Our talented music ministers help and encourage us to be actively and consciously involved in our Liturgical Celebration!  There are different choirs that you may participate in, each  with its own rehearsal time.  We are always ready to welcome new voices!
  • Lector-The Lector proclaims the Word of God at Mass. 
  • Usher-Ushers
  • Eucharistic Minister-Now referred to as
  • Worship Committee-Planning is an integral


Religious Formation

  • Catechist
  • Office Assistance
  • Adult Formation
  • Vacation Bible
  • St. Rosalie YOUth


  • Catechist-Ministry Description
  • Office Assistance-Ministry Description
  • St. Rosalie YOUth-Ministry Description
  • Adult Formation-Ministry Description
  • Vacation Bible-Ministry Description


Social Ministry

  • Food Pantry
  • Spanish Ministry
  • Elizabeth Ministry
  • Committee for the
    Common Good


  • Food Pantry-Ministry Description

  • Spanish Ministry-Ministry Description

  • Elizabeth Ministry-Ministry Description

  • Committee for Common Good-Ministry Description


Parish Life

  • Parish Council
  • Altar Rosary Society
  • Finance Council
  • Bulletin
  • Knights of Columbus


  • Parish Council-Ministry Description

  • Altar Rosary Society-Ministry Description

  • Knights of Columbus-Ministry Description

  • Finance Council-Ministry Description

  • Bulletin-Ministry Description


Monday: God Started it All!

On Monday we looked at the wonders of the EARTH!

We made flower pots, planted seeds and ate "cups of dirt" that we made ourselves. 

Tuesday: Twirlin' and Breezy!

On Tuesday we took a look at God's gift of WIND!

We made windsocks, experienced wind in parachutes and made wind-blown cotton candy.

Wednesday: Wacky-Under the Sea!

Wednesday we packed everything up and headed to ATLANTIS MARINE WORLD in Riverhead and explored the wonders of God's gift of WATER!
We saw sharks, touched Manta Rays and held sea stars and other wonderful creations of God!
Thursday: It's Too Hot!

Thursday were set on fire with God's love!  We looked at the gift of LIGHT and FIRE by making candle bookmarks and sun-catchers.
We then celebrated that
we are the light of the world! 
Friday: Fun and Frolic!

On Friday we celebrated that God holds the whole world in His hands.  It was too hot to go out, so we picnicked indoors, finished our giant banner and shared with our families the songs and dance we learned throughout the week!