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Welcome to Assumption!

‘Back to basics’ is a cry we hear all the time and today we hear it in the readings. For all the vast amount of ink spilled throughout the millennia on interpreting the law and the scriptures, it all comes down to these two simple commandments: love God and your neighbor as yourself. And, these two commandments are really one – love.

This coming month of November begins with two special feast days in the Church and ends with a national celebration of thankfulness. November 1st is the Feast of All Saints with the very next day being All Souls Day. All Saints Day is a time for all of us to take some joy in the belief that God does give us very good people who, by their example, show us how to live faithful lives. Some of these people live such heroic lives of faith that the universal Church recognizes their example and proclaims them to be Canonized Saints. Personally, I am sure each one of us can name at least one individual that we have known in our own lives who helped to light the spark of faith within us. These people may not be “canonized ”, but we can be thankful God gave them to us for a time to help us in our own faith journey. We can also have confidence that these people have a special place within God’s own heart of love. Join us for mass on Monday November 1st at 9:00am or 5:30pm, and on Tuesday November 2nd at 9:00am.

During the month of November please feel free to add any names of those who have died and you wish to pray for to the book of remembrance located in the Narthex. This is a good practice because it reminds us of our duty to assist those who have died with our prayers and to support those who mourn their loss.

Fr. Tony Pelak

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Schedule for This Week

Monday, October 25

7:00 AM Mass 

Mass Intention: For the intentions of Chris & Kim Cruickshank

Tuesday, October 26 – No Mass

Wednesday, October 27

5:30 PM

Mass Intention: For the repose of the soul of Madonna Waeltermann

6:00 PM – Reconciliation in the Confessional

Thursday, October 28

9:00 AM

Mass Intention: For the Forgotten Souls in Purgatory

9:30 AM: Eucharistic Adoration through 8:00 AM Friday

Friday, October 29                                            

9:00 AM Mass

Mass Intention: For the repose of the soul of Ben Looks, Jr.

3:00 PM: Divine Mercy Chaplet in the Chapel

Saturday, October 30      

4:00 PM: Reconciliation in the Chapel

5:00 PM: Rosary

5:30 PM Mass 

Mass Intention: For the repose of the souls of Nancy Marculis, Robert Lynn Masters, Daniel Pelak and for a Happy & Holy marriage for Scott Aschwege & Karen Herrara-Rosario.

Sunday, October 31 

8:30 AM: Rosary

9:00 AM Mass

Mass Intention: For the repose of the souls of Thomas Scheidel, Chuck Frodl, Arlene Pitsch

10:30 AM: Rosary

11:00 AM Mass

Mass Intention: For the repose of the souls of the Deceased Members of Assumption Parish

5:00 PM: Rosary

5:30 PM Mass 

Mass Intention: For the repose of the souls of Mitchell & Gerard Poulias

Monday, November 1 – All Saints Day

9:00 AM Mass
5:30 PM Mass

Mass Intentions: For all the Saints

Tuesday, November 2 – All Souls’ Day

9:00 AM Mass

Mass Intentions: For all the Holy Souls

  The 5:30 PM Wednesday Mass, the 9:00 AM Thursday Mass, the 5:30 PM Saturday Mass and the 9:00 AM Sunday Mass will be LIVE-STREAMED on Facebook and Vimeo.

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6369 Belmont Ave, NE
Belmont, MI 49306

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6390 Belmont Ave, NE
Belmont, MI 49306

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Enlightened by the Holy Spirit, we, the parish of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, commit to know, love and worship the Lord Jesus Christ. With Mary, our mother and model, we will proclaim the gospel, serve others and welcome all to the family of God.

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