We are Catholics of North East Dayton organized in four parishes, supporting one another in the worship of God, growth in the life He calls us to, and service to the neighbors He has given us. You will find on this site information about Our Lady of the Rosary Parish, serving the area north and east of the Mad and Miami Rivers to Huber Heights and the Greene County line. Located within this area are three ethnic parishes and you can link to them here to learn more about them: St. Adalbert for the Polish community, Holy Cross Lithuanian, and St. Stephen Hungarian. Our Lady of the Rosary School also has a site which you can access from this page. Go there and look around. You will find information useful and interesting to students and prospective students alike. Pay us a visit in person. I think you’ll like what you find. Give thanks to the Lord for He is good, His mercy endures forever!

OLR: Parish and School

Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church was organized in 1888 and was the first Catholic Church established in Old North Dayton. While it was never identified as an “ethnic parish” those who launched the parish were German. Our Lady of the Rosary parish currently serves Catholics of any ethnic origin living the geographic area north and east of the Mad and Miami Rivers to Huber Heights and the Greene County line. The first church building, which now houses part of the school, was built in 1888. The present building, designed by architect W. L. Jaekle, was erected in 1918.

Our Lady of the Rosary School has served thousands of children from the local area since it first opened in 1888. Today, while open to Catholic and non Catholic children alike, it’s mission continues as a vibrant educational ministry of Our Lady of the Rosary parish, committed to challenging our students to grow in faith, Christian service, and academic excellence within a caring Christian environment.

Our Lady of the Rosary Parish detailed history–click here

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