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January 25th – Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

In today’s first reading, Jonah, sent by God to warn the people, storms through Nineveh, frightening the citizens out of their wits. It works! They repent before Jonah makes his way through a third of the city, and God sees “by their actions” how they have turned from evil. Then we hear Paul telling the…

January 18th – Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

Today’s Gospel story of John and his disciples seeing and following Jesus sounds so simple and casual, it’s easy to miss the significant acts of faith that are made. John points to Jesus: “Look,” he says, “there is the Lamb of God.” John’s faith in Jesus is evident, so evident that John’s disciples immediately leave…

January 11th – The Baptism of the Lord

When new sod is put in, it needs constant saturation with water. Landscapers say that this “knits” the sod to the soil. The same when a branch is grafted onto a tree: the poultice that joins them at the splice must be kept wet at all times. Water is the stuff that binds the very…

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Little Black Books For Lent

Lent, the journey to Jerusalem will begin on Ash Wednesday, February 18, 2015.  As we approach this Holy Season and to help us prepare our hearts and minds for the journey, our Parish is inviting you to spend some quiet time with the Lord by purchasing “The Little Black Book” for Lent.  These “6 minute”…


A Message From The Society Of Saint Vincent de Paul

At this time the Holy Name of Mary Conference would like to thank our biggest benefactors, the parishioners of Assumption Parish. Your generosity is appreciated very much by the local Vincentians and especially by our West Windsor neighbours who needed help in the past year. We received a total of $26,346.72 in donations. During the…


The Catholic’s Divorce Survival Guide 12 week journey begins on January 28, 2015 at 7pm in Rosary Hall. Cost is $25 per person includes a “Personal Survival Guide”, refreshments and all materials for 12 weeks. Find comfort and counsel consistent with Catholic teachings. Contact Rose Marie Ruston at 519-967-1782