I Give Catholic

iGiveCatholic – December 1, 2020

This year’s special online campaign is “Streaming,” as we seek to pay ourselves back for the livestreaming equipment we installed in May and continue to enhance today. What started out with a parishioner on a cell phone streaming via his Verizon account to our Facebook page became three cameras and an AV system that today streams through a new Internet service provider hired in June. It also streams to a screen in the basement of the church, increasing our capacity as we continue to social distance. The components are:

  1. A stationary camera in the center at the rear of the church focused on the altar - $1,499.00
  2. Two tilt and pan cameras on either side about 30’ and 45’ in front of the altar, respectively - $4,024.19 each
  3. Two spotlights illuminating the front of the altar - $1,385.49 each
  4. A 9-port switch with 4 Power-Over-Internet ports for the cameras - $944.38
  5. A network video recorder - $5,525.00
  6. An HD Streamer and SD Recorder - $1,499.99
  7. Two iPad Pro controllers, one for controlling the camera and one of eight shots and the other for setting up the next shot - $990.00 each.
  8. A laptop computer to monitor the Facebook feed and comments, transfer the edited mass to our web site, and in the future, contain any graphics we create - $549.00
  9. A 32’ LCD television for real-time monitoring - $104.00

The total cost of the project to date has been $30,539.07, which includes labor for installation.

When we installed the new sound system several years ago, it was with the intent that it be able to be enhanced to livestream video and sound to parishioners who were unable to be present, including the homebound, those in assisted living, people vacationing, and even serve as an evangelization tool. We never dreamed it would become a critical need for our church to maintain engagement as a result of a pandemic. We are very pleased with the feedback we have received from parishioners, as well as non-parishioners here and across the United States. If you are among those who have come to appreciate our online masses and other presentations, please help us restore our reserves so that we may be prepared for future emergencies.


Mass Guide and Parish Office Information

For a "Cheat Sheet" you can print or follow in your phone click here.  It has Mass prayers, Mission Statement, Lyrics for Adoration etc.  

The parish office is open!  The front door is locked, but we are here and the phone is answered 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 9:00 a.m.-Noon on Friday.  We are currently not open for drop in business.  If you need to see someone on staff, please call the office at 913-432-4616 to make an appointment.  Ring the bell when you arrive and we will come let you in for your meeting.  Thank You!


Livestreams from Queen of the Holy Rosary

We are live streaming our Masses, providing the opportunity to see the parish Mass live. This will take place on our Facebook Page. Afterward, they will be posted here on our website.

Holy Mass - Wednesday of the Thirty-fourth Week in Ordinary Time - November 25, 2020




Reservations are not needed for weekend masses at Queen of the Holy Rosary.

Let's All Continue to Support One Another!

Please send your prayer petitions for Fr. Bill to include in his upcoming masses.

You can make your regular Sunday financial offering by:
1) Visiting queenoftheholyrosary.weshareonline.org/
2) Text QHR to 1-800-950-9952 and follow the prompts
3) Mail your offering to Queen of the Holy Rosary, 7023 West 71st Street, Overland Park, KS 66204
Remember, the weekend of October 25th is the opportunity to bring your Stewardship Commitment cards to church, mail them to the parish office, or complete them online: http://sgiz.mobi/s3/Queen-of-the-Holy-Rosary


Important Updates on the Resumption of Public Masses at Queen of the Holy Rosary

Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas - Safety Protocols for Resuming Public Worship in Midst of Ongoing Pandemic

Archbishop Joseph Naumann talks about the new safety protocol directives on how public Masses may now resume, effective 5/9/20.

Michael Podrebarac, Director of the Office for Liturgy and Sacramental Life for the Archdiocese of KC in Kansas, discusses the new protocols for returning to Mass



Stay Informed and Faith Resources

 Download Our Parish App for up to date information:

Our Parish App brings you a better mobile experience, while keeping you connected and informed. View our bulletins, daily readings, Mass times, and much more. Choose to receive important information and you’ll always stay up-to-date.  You will also get instant notification of urgent  messages, cancellations, and special events at the parish.  

To download the app, please visit the Apple Store, or for Android users Google Play and search for our “WeConnect Parish App”. Or you can also download it directly;

IPhone Users Text: ParishApp1 to 555888  Android Users Text – ParishApp2 to 555888

If you have any questions about the App, please contact Cathy in the Parish Office at  913-432-4616.

TO Watch Mass on TV   https://www.ewtn.com/tv/watch-live/united-states

Holy Family School of Faith Daily Rosary Meditation

My Faith Walk

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Parish Newsletter

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Mass Times

Weekend Mass
Saturday:1st Saturday 8:15 a.m.
4:00 p.m. (Fulfills Sunday Obligation)
7:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m.

Daily Mass Monday - Friday: 8:15 a.m.

Ministry Schedules

School of Religion Classes

For Weekly Lessons go click here:

Fiat for the Future

To read the case study for the Fiat for the Future Capital Campaign click here

Office Hours

8:30-5:00 Monday - Thursday
8:30-Noon Friday

Parish Boundaries

To see a map of our Parish Boundaries click here


For Churches and Mass times where you are traveling click here

To Register in the Parish

To register in the Parish, stop at the Information Station after Mass or at the Parish Office during the week.  Registering for on-line giving does not automatically register you in the Parish.

First Saturday Street Ministry


Due to concerns about the COVID-19 Virus, the 1st Saturday Street Ministry has been suspended until further notice.  We will update the site when we have new information.  


On the first Saturday of each month, QHR parishioners help the Sisters and Friars feed the poor in KCKS and KCMO physically and spiritually.  Parishioners supply the food and prepare 80- sack meals.  You are invited to participate in the street ministry by helping to distribute meals and pray with people on the streets.



The items on the above link need to be delivered to QHR (SE corner) between 1:15  and 1:30 p.m. on the first Saturday of each month.  These items are needed to create sack meals which include 2 sandwiches, fruit, chips and bottled water.  Anyone who would like to participate is welcome.  Even if the sign up slots are full, you may still participate.  Meet us in the SE parking lot by 1:1:30 or join us at 3:00 at the Poor of Jesus Christ Franciscan Sisters' home.

The sisters are also especially in need of help EVERY Tuesday and Saturday at 3:00.  Meet them at their home 2226 Troup Ave, KCKS (next to Blessed Sacrament).