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The Sacrament of Baptism (NOT during Lent) First Sunday of the Month 12:10 pm Contact Sr. Felicia Bertaina, MC for preparation and further details at 361-5126 ext 255

First Reconciliation & Communion This is a two year program and normally begins in the First Grade. Contact Cheryl Sokolowski for preparation and further details at 361-5126 ext 258

Confirmation This is a two year program and normally begins in the Seventh Grade. Contact Cheryl Sokolowski for preparation and further details at 361-5126 ext 258

 

Faith Formation Sacrament page LINK

 

Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults(RCIA) & Children (RCIC)

  • Becoming Catholic or
  • Completing sacraments
  • Initiation for an adult Catholic

Contact Sr. Felicia Bertaina at 361-5126 ext 255

 

RCIA/RCIC page LINK

 

Matrimony Six-month preparation required. Contact Fr. Tony Pelak for preparation and further details at ext 201

  • Love Following Upon Love – A Marriage Preparation Program LINK
  • Wedding Guideline Information LINK
  • Wedding Ceremony Information LINK
  • Wedding Ceremony Readings LINK
  • Wedding Program Guide (Mass) LINK
  • Wedding Program Guide (Service) LINK

Anointing of the Sick Contact Fr. Tony Pelak for further details at ext 201

 

Funerals

  • Funeral Ceremony Planning Sheet LINK
  • Funeral Readings LINK
  • Funeral Music Selections LINK

WELCOME TO THE LITURGICAL MINISTRIES PAGE
Below you will find the Liturgical Ministries schedules.
Thank you for your continued commitment to these ministries.

ALTAR SERVERS
Scheduling Contact:
Colleen Hall

Altar Server Schedule:

May 23 through July 5

Altar Serving Instructions Link


GREETERS
Contact: Opportunity Available

Greeters Schedule:
Please volunteer as you can


LECTORS & EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS
Contact: Mary Ann Hurst 863-0834

Lectors Schedule:

June 1 through July 14, 2019

Eucharistic Ministers Schedule:

July 11 through August 23


CHILDREN’S LITURGY OF THE WORD
Contact: Artisha O’Rourke 363-2013

Schedule

CLOW Instructions


WORSHIP SCREEN TECH
Contact: Lori Jacob 361-5126 ext 230

Worship Screen Tech Schedule:

NURSERY SCHEDULE

Contact:  Stephanie Stachowiak, Nursery Coordinator

885-7490 or [email protected]

Adult Schedule

Student Schedule (edit)

Our beautiful Stations of the Cross were designed and hand sewn by our parishioners in preparation for the opening of the new church on October 31, 1987. (edit)

First Station: Pilate condemns Jesus to death

First Station: Pilate condemns Jesus to death

sewn by Sr. Maria Dina Puddu MC (edit)
Second Station: Jesus takes up his cross

Second Station: Jesus takes up his cross

sewn by Mary Anne Schnieder (edit)
Third Station: Jesus falls the first time

Third Station: Jesus falls the first time

sewn by Eileen Schmuker (edit)
Fourth Station: Jesus meets his Mother

Fourth Station: Jesus meets his Mother

sewn by Aggie Zemke (edit)
Fifth Station: Simon helps carry the cross

Fifth Station: Simon helps carry the cross

sewn by Maxine Scott & Barb Obetts(edit)
Sixth Station: Veronica wipes Jesus' face

Sixth Station: Veronica wipes Jesus’ face

sewn by Marija & Daina Pastars (edit)
Seventh Station: Jesus falls the second time

Seventh Station: Jesus falls the second time

sewn by Betty Carpenter (edit)
Eighth Station: Jesus meets the weeping women

Eighth Station: Jesus meets the weeping women

sewn by Elizabeth Skeins (edit)
Ninth Station: Jesus falls the third time

Ninth Station: Jesus falls the third time

sewn by Cecelia Pyard (edit)
Tenth Station: Jesus is stripped

Tenth Station: Jesus is stripped

sewn by Alice Karasiewicz (edit)
Eleventh Station: Jesus is nailed to the cross

Eleventh Station: Jesus is nailed to the cross

sewn by Theresa Dempsey (edit)
Twelfth Station: Jesus dies on the cross

Twelfth Station: Jesus dies on the cross

sewn by Jeanne Van Kammen (edit)
Thirteenth Station: Jesus body is taken down

Thirteenth Station: Jesus body is taken down

sewn by Judy Markee (edit)
Fourteenth Station: Jesus is buried

Fourteenth Station: Jesus is buried

sewn by Marie & Mary Wisnewski (edit)
Fifteenth Station: Resurrection

Fifteenth Station: Resurrection

sewn by Lisa Wisnewski Nawrocki (edit)

 Healing

“As Jesus was leaving Jericho with His disciples and a sizable crowd, there was a blind beggar Bartimaeus (Son of Timaeus) sitting by the roadside. On hearing that it was Jesus of Nazareth, he began to call out: ‘Jesus, Son of David, have pity on me!’…Jesus asked him: ‘What do you want me to do for you?’ ‘Rabboni,’ the blind man said, ‘I want to see?… Jesus said in reply, ‘Be on your way! Your faith has healed you.’ Immediately he received his sight.” (Mk 10: 46-52)

“Jesus said: ‘Come to me, all you who are weary and find life burdensome and I will refresh you. Take my yoke upon your shoulders and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble of heart. Your souls will find rest, for my yoke is easy and my burden light.’” (Mt 11: 25-30)

If you look around, you’d see someone you know in your families or your neighborhood would need God’s healing grace due to some kind of illness or old age. None of us could look at those suffering friends or neighbors without feeling their pains. If there’s one last wish we’d want Jesus do for us, it’d be to get rid of all the pain and suffering in our world. On behalf of Assumption Parish and Staff, I’d like to extend our prayers and best wishes to you and all the sick and suffering members in your families and our parish. May Jesus, the aged-old physician and miracle worker, bring you and all of your sick and suffering members this healing grace and peace.

If you’d like to participate in our monthly Healing Mass and the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick, please come to our 1stSaturday 5:30 PM Mass of each month and stay after Mass for the celebration of that Sacrament with your families and friends, which last about 10 minutes. Don’t forget to contact our Parish Prayer Line for additional prayers and support. In the meantime, let’s keep one another in prayer.

In Christ’s healing grace and prayer,

Fr. Peter Vu

Healing Mass pictures (edit)

Wedding Anniversary

“God said: ‘Let us make human in our image, after our likeness?…God created human in God’s image; in the divine image God created human; male and female God created them…God blessed them, saying: ‘Be fertile and multiply; fill the earth and subdue it’…God looked at everything God had made, and God found it very good.”    (Gn 1: 26-31)

“Happy the husband of a good wife, twice-lengthened are his days; a worthy wife brings joy to her husband, peaceful and full his life. A good wife is a generous gift bestowed upon him who fears the Lord; be he rich or poor his heart is content, and a smile is every on his face.”  (Sir 26: 1-4)

On behalf of Assumption Parish and Staff, I’d like to congratulate you and extend our best wishes and prayers to these couples on their Wedding Anniversaries. Their unconditional and continuous love for each other show us God’s ever presence in our midst and encourages us all to persevere in good times and in bad, in sickness and in health. May the good Lord bless them and their families with many more happy years ahead.

If you would like to celebrate your Wedding Anniversary, please call the Parish Rectory office before second Sunday of your Anniversary month so that we can have the 11:00 AM Mass on that Sunday offered for you with a little reception offered after Mass in the Church Activity Center for your families and friends. In the meantime, let’s keep on loving one another.

In Christ’s love and prayers,

Fr. Peter Vu

Monthly Marriage Anniversary Pictures with names and number of marriage years.

June 2014

July-August 2014

October 2014

November 2014

January 2015

May 2015

June 2015 (edit)