St. Rose Catholic Church – Argyle, Mn


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We the community of St. Rose are believers in Jesus Christ; striving to proclaim His Gospel in word and in good deed.  Through worship, evangelization, formation and service we invite our brothers and sisters to know the Lord.


Office Information

-St. Rose Church, 501 West 3rd Street, PO Box 277

Argyle,,MN  56713

Office Hours:  Monday - Thursday  (8:00AM-2:30PM)

 (The Office is closed Fridays, Holy Days and Holidays)

Parish Office- 437-6341  email-

Pastor:  Fr. Luis Buitron   Cell # 1-218-242-5689 



Parish Coordinator: Lori Gruhot 437-6341

RE Youth Coordinator-  Dawn Hoeper 437-6341

St. Rose bulletin is online at:


If you or someone you know has been the victim of sexual misconduct on the part of a priest, deacon, or individual representing the Diocese of Crookston, its parishes, or its schools, your first call should be to law enforcement. In addition, the diocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator is available at 218-281-7895 (24-hour confidential number).



Jesse Sundby , Paul Bergeron and Larry Riopelle, Brent Riopelle

     Judy Adolphson, Darel Nelson- (Trustees)

PASTORAL COUNCIL: Wayne Feuillerat Conrad Lubarski, Mark Hendrickson, Lisa Sorenson, Jenna Grabowska, Kari Rivard

Funeral Luncheon Planner- Melanie Nelson 218-201-1478


Knights of Columbus Insurance The Field Agent for this area is  Field agent is James Suda, 701-430-0604.  Email address is


Reconciliation- Sacrament of Reconciliation (confession) Before Saturday evening Mass: 4:30 to: 5:00PM.  Before Sunday 8:30AM Mass: from 8:00 to 8:30AM. --or by Appointment

Infant Baptism- Catechetical Class is required; please contact Fr. Luis

Marriage- all Catholics who have made a decision to enter into marriage must see a priest six months before the proposed wedding date.  If a Catholic is contemplating marriage to a non-Catholic, the Catholic must still contact a priest to fulfill the requirements of the Catholic Church for the marriage to be validly recognized by the Church.

Anointing of the Sick:  Please call Fr. Luis especially before surgery or serious illness.

Shut-ins-   If you know anyone who cannot come to Church, or would appreciate a pastoral visit please let the office or Fr Luis know so a visit can be scheduled.



Please include in your prayers the following people who are need of prayers & healing:

Dennis & Shirley Rousseau, Arlene Robertson,  Scott Hebert, Carol Novecek, Marjorie Kasprowicz, Geraldine Topka, Kelly Tweiten, Steve Novak



January 8, 2023

Epiphany of the Lord

“Then they opened their treasures and offered him gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh.” Matthew 2:11

The image of the Magi kneeling before the infant Jesus and opening their treasure chests for Him is an image that we should all try to follow each day.In gratitude for all that we have been given, we are called to generously share all of our gifts, not just the ones we pick and choose.God wants us to be generous with everything, but especially that one thing that means the most to you.


Offertories : December 25 $1,773.00, Christmas $2,819.00



Tri-Parish Mass Schedule for      Jan. – Feb. – March 2023

Saturday at 5:00 PM. ST. ROSE CURCH

Sunday at 8:30 AM – Assumption Church

Sunday at 10:30 AM. – St. Stephen’s Church

Tuesday Mass at 5:00 PM, Adoration 4PM — St. Rose Church

Wed, & Fridays at 8:30AM, St. Stephen’s Church

Thursday Mass at 6:00PM— Assumption





Tuesday, January 10

Adoration 4:00PM—5:00PM MASS

+Brian Benson

By Marshall & Beverly Fulks


Saturday, January 14,

Mass 5:00PM

+Harvey & + Irene Rud

By Loren & Diane Adolphson

Servers:  Jake, Jocelyn

Lector:  Charles

Eucharistic Ministers:

Heidi, Janelle







Thank you to everyone in our community who purchased a gift (or more) for the Group Home residents this Christmas!!  The Community Giving Tree was another successful holiday activity because of generous community members!  The gifts brought lots of smiles to the residents.  The Community Giving Tree was sponsored by the Catholic Daughters organization; a special thanks to the "elves" who helped with gift ideas.  



Natural Family Planning Introductory Session   The Crookston Diocese welcomes all couples to a free Natural Family Planning Introductory Session presented by Laura Golden, FCP and Sarah McKeown, CFCP.  Couples will begin to learn the Creighton model and will be provided with the responsible parenthood instructions for achieving pregnancy, avoiding pregnancy, and monitoring fertility and cycles.  Laura and Sarah will also provide you with real solutions to problems such as infertility, PMS, miscarriages, reproductive health concerns, and more.  For any questions with registering please feel free to email  Join Us for a Free Natural Family Planning Introductory Session   When:  January 10 from 7:30-8:30pm   Where:  Online Zoom Register:


   Cursillo 2023   Where two or three meet together in my name, I shall be there with them.  Matthew 18:20.  Cursillo is a three-day learning, sharing and inspirational experience of living in a Christian community.  During the three days of a Cursillo weekend a person not only hears inspiring talks on what it really means to be a Christian, but actually experiences the joy of building and being part of a genuine Christian community.  Spring Cursillo Weekends:  Men’s — February 23-26, 2023, and Women’s — March 23-26, 2023.  For more information visit Crookston Diocese Cursillo page at or reach out to Stephen Wegscheid, Mike Wavra, Mike DeMars or Tom Schaefer.


National Eucharist Congress:  July 17-21, 2024 — Reserve tickets now!  As part of the three-year Eucharistic Revival, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops will be holding a National Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis, IN, on July 17-21, 2024.  This event, primarily held at Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis, will feature times of adoration, speakers, prayer, and the celebration of Mass.  The Diocese of Crookston was able to secure 250 tickets and the Diocesan Eucharistic Revival Committee is asking pastors to indicate how many tickets they wish to reserve for their parishioners by January 31st.  If you wish to attend, please let your pastor know.  The cost of each ticket is $200, and participants will have additional costs for accommodations (we have not been given hotel rates), meals and transportation.  A link to the National Eucharistic website information about the Congress is here: