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September 28th – Twenty-Sixth Sunday In Ordinary Time

Spiritual teachers tend to repeat themselves, and to repeat other teachers. Maybe there really aren’t that many different truths to tell. Just a lot of slow, sleepy human beings—like us—who need to hear the basics over and over. Consider today’s readings. People complain that God isn’t “fair,” and Ezekiel answers that God is more than…

September 21st – Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

In today’s opening reading, Isaiah urges us to “seek the LORD” who is “near” and can be “found” (Isaiah55:6). Then Isaiah says God’s ways are as high above our ways “as the heavens are above the earth” (Isaiah 55:9). So we search, not because God is hiding, but because our tendencies are so different from…

September 14th – Exaltation of the Holy Cross

In today’s Gospel, Jesus reminds Nicodemus how Moses had “lifted up the serpent in the desert.” Then Jesus says, “So must the Son of Man be lifted up, that all who believe may have eternal life in him.” The evangelist clearly saw this “lifting up” of Jesus to mean his crucifixion. That “lifting up” of…

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Save The Date!

Come join Fr. Don and other members of our community in preparing our new Sunday home on McEwan Ave for occupancy by Assumption Parish. We need lots of willing hands and hearts. The “bee” will run from 9am and 3pm on Saturday October 18th and lunch prepared by Chef Peter St. Amour will be provided….


Join The Choir!

Assumption parish is looking for three Soprano and three Alto singers for the 9:00am and 11:00am Choir with Peter St. Amour. Please call the rectory if you are interested.


Catechism Programs

Registration will be held September 29th from 6:00pm-7:30pm.   This registration is for First Communion and Confirmation.   If your child is needing preparation for either of these sacraments please register at Holy Name of Mary. Stay tuned for more programs that will be available later in the year.