WATCH A LIVESTREAM OF OUR  SUNDAY 11 AM MASS HERE!  If you are looking for our YouTube channel on your tv it is StRobertAdaSRN


This is an overview of what to expect when weekend Masses begin on May 30/31.

Note: Sign-Up Genius will be activated on Sunday, May 24 for making reservations to attend the weekend Mass on May 30/31. The signup will be updated weekly. Signups are not necessary for weekday Mass attendance.

Full instructions for music, responses, etc. for the weekend Masses will be sent to your phone when you text the word Roberts to the number 616-200-6070 OR call the number and press 1. The program will be sent by text directly to your phone.


Eucharistic Chapel 101 – Learn about the Eucharistic Chapel:  What’s in there and why.


Fr. Len and Fr. Stephen answer a few questions…be sure to watch to the end!


We struck oil – holy oil, that is!


Staying Connected

As we continue being safe at home, we invite you to stay connected with our St. Robert’s faith community in prayer.

Divine Mercy Chaplet – 10:00 a.m. on Mondays, May 4, 11, 18

Connect online:

Meeting ID: 940 8538 3672, Password: 024447

Connect by phone:

1 646 876 9923, Meeting ID: 940 8538 3672,

Password: 024447

May is Mary’s Month!  Join us in praying the  Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary – 12:00 p.m. on Wednesdays, May 6, 13, 20, 27

Connect online:

Meeting ID: 916 2199 7968, Password: 349802

Connect by phone:

1 646 876 9923, Meeting ID: 916 2199 7968,

Password: 349802

Pray on your own: How to Pray the Rosary,


Twelve-Minute tour with Fr. Len!


An Easter Celebration – featuring the St. Robert of Newminster Easter Choir

Alleluia! Alleluia!  Featuring the St. Robert of Newminster Choir






eBreviary has created the following temporary web page offering a printable prayer PDF for the current hour every day.!OpenDatabase

Here is a QR code which will point to the page referenced above.




A message from Fr. Len:

May the peace of Christ be with you,

“Bless me Father, for I have sinned. I missed Mass on Sunday.”
There are two ways that phrase can me taken. To miss something can mean an opportunity lost: “I just missed the bus.” Or “I was sick and missed a few days of work.” The missing may be your fault or beyond your control.

But there is a second way to understand missing Mass. To miss can mean: To long for…” We missed having you with us at Christmas dinner.” Or, ” I so miss holding you in my arms.”

I hope you “miss Mass.” During these days when we can’t be together around the Lord’s table, I pray that you are longing for the day when you can return.

Please know that we are still one in the Lord. Priests are still allowed to celebrate Mass privately. Fr. Stephen and I pray for you and with you. Make these days holy in their own special way. Through e-mail and other media, we will continue to stay in touch.

We miss you.

You are welcome to listen to the Guided Meditation for the 4th Sunday of Lent which I recorded.




Our food pantries need our help more than ever! The church building is open until 5 pm during the week, all day on Saturday, and on Sunday from 12:30 pm to 7:30 pm.  People can still drop food off! There are designated areas in the Gathering Space.  Along with the usual donated item suggestions, the pantries contacted us asking for kid-specific items since they are home:

Spaghetti Noodles
Spaghetti Sauce
Canned Tuna/Chicken
Drink boxes
Chicken soup
Canned pasta
Mac n cheese
Kid friendly snacks
Kid friendly cereal
Peanut Butter
Goldfish crackers
Toilet Paper
Hand Sanitizer
Dish Soap (not dishwasher detergent)
Laundry Detergent
Diapers size 4,5,6

Many blessings to you – part of “church” is taking care of those less fortunate. We are all family.