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A Welcome Message from Our Pastor

During the Easter Vigil when we heard, “He is going before you to Galilee; there you will see him, as he told you. Then they went out and fled from the tomb, seized with trembling and bewilderment. They said nothing to anyone, for they were afraid.” We now fast forward to Mark’s account of the ascension of the Lord.  “After He spoke to them, He was taken up into heaven and took His seat at the right hand of God. But they went forth and preached everywhere, while the Lord worked with them and confirmed the word through accompanying signs.” This creates quite a stark contrast from the fear and uncertainty that the disciples felt on Easter Sunday to witnessing the Lord’s ascension and having the courage to immediately get to work proclaiming God’s Kingdom. Somewhere in between Easter Sunday and the Ascension, the disciples must have come to a new insight as to what it means to be a follower of Christ. During that time our Lord appeared to them several times, they had many opportunities to share their memories of Jesus and the words he spoke to them, and finally, they recognized Him in the breaking of the bread. They began to realize that the Lord was truly with them always and that gave them great courage to go out and be His laborers in the field.  They also realized that they were not alone in all of this, but that together, they formed the Church and that the faith they shared in Christ gave them strength. I think this is an important lesson for all of us to remember that we are called to be together in this Church and to work together as we proclaim our faith in the Lord.

This Sunday and next week keep our young parishioners in your prayers as some of them will be receiving the great Sacrament of Confirmation and the gifts of the Spirit. May they have the courage to be bold witnesses to their faith in the Lord.

~ Fr. Tony

Campaign Corner

Thank you for your generous support of the Our Shepherds—Our Future Capital Campaign. The Campaign is a great opportunity for us to take care of essential needs of our diocese. Please review the campaign materials, pray about your response and continue to spread the positive message about this important effort! In light of the pandemic we ask that you review the campaign material and pray about your response.

 Stewardship creates a spirituality that deepens our relationship with Jesus. Stewardship involves intentional, planned and proportionate giving of our time, talent and treasure.

Pray With Us

Eucharistic Adoration: Thursday, 10:30 AM – Friday, 8:00 AM in the Church

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Chaplet of Divine Mercy3:00 PM every Friday in the Chapel

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Rosary: 5:00 PM Saturday, 8:30 AM, 10:30 AM and 5:00 PM Sunday (recited before Mass)

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Stations of The Cross: Click HERE to pray The Stations at Assumption Parish!

Rocky Railway Vacation Bible Camp 2021

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Schedule for This Week

Assumption Masses are recorded LIVE and can be watched on Facebook at or on Vimeo at

Friday, May 21                                          

11:30 AM Mass

Mass Intention: For the repose of the soul of  Gloria Rasch

3:00 PM: Divine Mercy Chaplet in the Chapel

Saturday, May 22                    

4:00 PM: Reconciliation in the Chapel

5:00 PM: Rosary

5:30 PM Mass         

Mass Intention: For the repose of the souls of  Rob Kruse  & The Deceased Members of our Parish


Sunday, May 23                      

8:30 AM: Rosary

9:00 AM Mass

Mass Intention: For the repose of the souls of  Sr. Christopher David Rizzon, Cecelia Pyard, Bill Kaleta

10:30 AM: Rosary

11:00 AM Mass

Mass Intention: For the repose of the souls of  Margaret Ann Harris, Alex Penny, Alex Borgia

5:00 PM: Rosary

5:30 PM Mass 

Mass Intention: For the repose of the Holy Souls

6:30 PM: Elevate Praise Night

Monday, May 24

9:00 AM Mass

Mass Intention: For the repose of the soul of Sharon Luce and for the Intentions of Sue Spruit

6:00 PM – Reconciliation in the Chapel

Tuesday, May 25 – No Mass


Wednesday, May 26

5:30 PM Mass

Mass Intention: For the repose of the soul of Sr. Christopher David Rizzon

6:00 PM – Reconciliation in the Chapel

Thursday, May 27 – No Mass

 10:30 AM: Eucharistic Adoration through 8:00 AM Friday


Friday, May 28  (Rectory Closed for Memorial Weekend)                         

11:30 AM Mass

Mass Intention: For the repose of the soul of  Gloria Rasch

3:00 PM: Divine Mercy Chaplet in the Chapel


 All Masses will be LIVE-STREAMED on Facebook and Vimeo for those who are unable to attend Mass in person.

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