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March 22nd – Fifth Sunday of Lent

When the prophet Jeremiah coined the term “new covenant” he was actually doing something quite radical. For the Jewish people, there was only one covenant, the one made between the Lord God and Israel through Moses at Mount Sinai. For Jeremiah to suggest that God would somehow supersede the covenant with a new one would…

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VIDEO: Gods Dream For You

“Everyone knows something about God, but when we really encounter God, most of us discover that he is not like we thought. You may know about God, but now it’s time to get to know God. And you may discover that much of what you thought you knew was wrong.” Check out the video here.

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Treasures From Our Traditions

As we approach Holy Week, the creative juices of the ancient church of Jerusalem begin to shape our journey. In old Jerusalem at this season of the year, the attempt was made to recall the events leading up to Christ’s passion. Those attempts were based not only on time, with celebrations of events as close…

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Holy Week

The CD is the 13th release for our own Greg Mailloux & his choir. Professionally recorded, the music of this CD, it is hoped, will help you prepare for Easter as you relive the events of Holy Week. And it’s a FREE gift to you! Go to mailloux.yolasite.com/assumption.php

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Pasta Dinner

The Assumption Parish Mission Club is sponsoring a pasta dinner in the Church Hall on Saturday April 25th, 2015 at 6:30pm. Tickets are $10 for Adults, $5 for Children between 6 and 12, and free for Children under 5. Tickets will be available after all masses.

How Does The Ambassador Bridge Affect You?

Transport Canada has requested that Assumption Parish provide comments regarding the proposed expansion of the Ambassador Bridge. In order to truly reflect the feelings of the neighbourhood, we ask that you tell us how the expanded bridge would affect you and the neighbourhood where you live. Please send comments before the end of March by…