Virtual Mother’s Day Rose Sale

Month of Mary

As the nation struggles in the midst of the corona virus pandemic, the Bishops throughout the United States reconsecrated the country to Mary. In our observance of this Marian month, we call on our Blessed Mother to protect and guide us in our troubles.

Mother's Day Rose Sale

Over the last 24 years, the diocesan Respect Life office and hundreds of volunteers have recognized the sacrifices of our own mothers through the Mother’s Day Rose Sale. It provides much needed funds to our local crisis pregnancy centers. Although all pregnancies should be a celebration of new life, many are not.

We know the challenges can be immense for women in difficult pregnancies who are poor, unmarried and young. With the current pandemic crisis, many pregnant women are even more physically, emotionally and financially vulnerable.

Unfortunately the rose sale was not possible this year, but in response, we are initiating a virtual Mother’s Day Rose Sale throughout the month of May where you have an opportunity to virtually honor mothers with a donation to your local center.  

Submit Name of Loved One

Throughout the month of May, we will be honoring our mothers.  In return for your donation, you may send us the name of a loved one (loved ones) that you would like us to hold up in prayer.

That person will be spiritually prayed for during the intention of one of our upcoming Masses celebrated by Rev. Stephen Porter. Thank you for keeping our annual Mother’s Day Rose Sale alive in spirit as we navigate through this difficult time in our country. 

Email us your intentions to:

Respect&Care@sbdiocese.org


 




“Motherhood is a woman's vocation. It is an eternal vocation...We must do everything in order that children, the family and society may see in her that dignity that Christ saw.”

Pope St. John Paul II