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Paróquia Sagrado Coração de Jesus, Santa Rosa, RS
Brazil

A Paróquia Sagrado Coração de Jesus pertencia a Diocese de Uruguaiana e seu primeiro Pároco foi o Padre Hermenegildo Gambertti. No ano de 1930 foi construída a primeira igreja, toda ela em madeira de lei, retirada da mata da antiga estrada para Tuparendi. A primeira igreja estava localizada ao lado do Colégio Santa Rosa de Lima.

A construção da nova igreja matriz iniciou em 1942, toda ela construída com materiais doados pelos fiéis. O relógio foi doado por Alfredo Leandro Carlson e os vitrais foram fabricados artesanalmente na Bélgica.

Diversos sacerdotes passaram pela paróquia, entre eles destaca-se o Padre Thiago Luiz Kreutz, que permaneceu como Pároco por 28 anos, entre 1931 até novembro de 1959.

Atualmente o Pároco da Paróquia Sagrado Coração de Jesus é o Padre Roque André Zaro que juntamente com o Padre Alcido Kaizer, Vigário Paroquial, coordenam 19 igrejas espalhadas pelo município, das quais 10 estão localizadas no interior e 09 dentro da área urbana de Santa Rosa.

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Taken: 06/01/2012
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