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October 26th – Thirtieth Sunday In Ordinary Time

Do you receive the word of God with joy as the Thessalonians did? Their faith showed in their actions. They became models for other believers. The first reading tells us to put our faith into action. This passage is part of a long list of ordinances God commanded the Israelites to observe. God will judge…

October 19th – Twenty-Ninth Sunday In Ordinary Time

The first reading from the prophet Isaiah concerns the Persian King Cyrus, called the Lord’s “anointed.” Cyrus deserves this title because he ended the Babylonian captivity of the Jews. However, Isaiah reminds us that it was God who gave Cyrus his power. He may be a great king, but “I am the LORD and there…

October 12th – Twenty-Eighth Sunday In Ordinary Time

“On this mountain, the Lord of hosts / will provide for all peoples / a feast of rich food and choice wines” (Isaiah 25:6). That’s what Isaiah tells us today. God is putting together a huge party for “all peoples,” to “wipe away / the tears from every face” (Isaiah 25:8). And what does Jesus…

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Memorial Mass

All parishioners are invited to attend a Memorial Mass to commemorate all who have passed away this year from our Parish.  Thursday November 6, 2014 at 7pm At Assumption Parish – McEwan Campus A reception will be held  in the Rooney Lounge after Mass We look forward to having you join us to remember and…

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Reconciliation

Starting the weekend of November 8th The Sacrament of Reconciliation will relocate to the McEwan Campus of Assumption Parish. Saturdays from 3:45pm to 4:45pm.

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Sunday Missal On Sale!

The Sunday Missal will be each weekend before and after all masses. These will be sold at the church entrance. The cost is $5.00