Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Despite Rainy Mother's Day; Roses for Our Lady May Crowning A Success

                                                 (Photo Courtesy of Roses for Our Lady)

The Mother's Day weather sure was disappointing, but the show still went on for Roses for Our Lady as they held Milwaukee's largest May Crowning event indoors at St. Vincent Pallotti church on 54th and Bluemound Rd in Milwaukee. The beautiful ceremony, presided by Fr. Timothy Kitzke, Pastor of Three Holy Women parish and co-presided by Fr. James Kubicki and Fr. Paul Schneider, was attended by 300 people from all over the city. Marian hymns were sung by the Andress Sisters as first communicants knelt and crowned a statue of the Blessed Mother.

                                                   (Photo Courtesy of Roses for Our Lady)

Roses for Our Lady posted pictures, thanked all those who attended the May Crowning and for their support with a message on their Facebook page.

Via Roses for Our Lady:

Thank you to all who attended our May Crowning event yesterday afternoon! Despite rain forcing us to move the ceremony indoors, we had a packed church, beautiful music sung by the Andress Sisters and an overwhelming amount of support!
We are incredibly grateful to all who came out to show their love for the Blessed Mother and to honor her accordingly!
Please do consider attending our monthly holy hours every second Sunday of the month at St. Francis de Sales Seminary to continue our devotion to Mary!
All the information can be found on our website rosesforourlady.org
If you didn't get a chance to donate and would like to, you can make a donation using the PayPal link on our website as well.
God Bless You!

                                                   (Photo Courtesy of Roses for Our Lady)

Roses for Our Lady continues to hold monthly holy hours for vocations at St. Francis de Sales Seminary at 2pm. There next holy hour will be presided by Fr. Matthew Widder, pastor of Holy Name and St. Clement parishes in Sheboygan, WI. 

                                                   (Photo Courtesy of Roses for Our Lady)

For more information about Roses for Our Lady, their events, board members or to make a donation please visit rosesforourlady.org. You can also like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter. Please continue supporting their mission with your prayers.

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