Assumption & Resurrection News
Spring has sprung -- and Easter continues!
The bloom of Spring in is the air as Winter's sleeping trees and plants come back to life. I hope you are filled with new life as well. It was a beautiful Easter celebration in our churches. Now it is time to see the Resurrected Christ in the fields, forests and marketplaces. May we keep our eyes and hearts open to see Him there, calling us to new life!
Take time to view the video at the bottom of this page. It's worth your attention and will make you proud to be Catholic!
The Easter Season is a traditional time for our young people to make their First Communion and our teens be Confirmed.
Both of our parishes will celebrate First Communions next weekend and Confirmation on May 22 at Sacred Heart Cathedral.
Please be welcoming to the extra guests that visit us for First Communion weekend!
Sacraments at Resurrection:
Our First Communion Celebration is May 6 at 5:00 with Father Sergio. We have sweet small group of 10.
On May 22, 9 of our teens will receive the Sacrament of Confirmation.
Sacraments at Assumption:
We have 65 children celebrating their First Holy Communion this spring.
69 of our teens will receive the Sacrament of Confirmation.
Please keep all our young people in your prayers.
At the Church of the
End of our School of Religion Year--
Next week, May 8, 9 and 10 will be our last week of classes for grades 1 through 5. We will celebrate the year'sr end with our traditional May Crowning of the Blessed Mother during all class sessions. Parents are welcome to attend.
Book discussion: Women Deacons -
Essays with Answers (ed. Phyllis Zagano) May 3, 1-2:30 pm
JustFaith Immigration Series
begins May 3. Meet from 5:30-8:00 pm for supper & a speaker presentation. Contact Deni (
) to RSVP.
Teen Speaker: Justin Fatica
May 7, 7:30 to 9. All high schoolers and families are welcome to this high energy presentation.
We welcome RAIHN guests
, May 20-28. Volunteers are always needed, Visit
to learn more, and contact Sue Owens at 734-5085 to offer your help.
Making summer plans for your children?
Save the dates for Vacation Bible School (mornings August 8-12) and COTA Kids’ Camp (mornings, August 14-18).
At the Church of the
Religious Education at Resurrection draws to a close for 2016-17:
The last day of classes for grades 6-12 is April 30. Last day for grades K-5 is May 10.
Men’s Night Out
Friday, May 12 from 7-9 pm at the Triphammer Beirwerks in the village (111 Parce Ave #3A-1) Bring $5 for pizza. All men are welcome; no registration necessary. Come to socialize and talk about Adult Faith Enrichment ideas that could be hosted at Resurrection. Contact Cathy & Greg Reitz for more info at firstname.lastname@example.org or 223-5500 or
The first DYK Breakfas
t at Resurrection
May 13, 10:00-11:30 am in our Emmaus Hall. The DYK (Did You Know) Breakfast is an initiative of our leadership development program which seeks to share more information about our parish ministries and invite more people into the leadership of our parish. Please contact Sandy Ciaccia ((315) 986-1638 or email@example.com) to make a reservation.
Spring Weeding & Cleaning
May 21, 11:30 am to 2:30 pm--All are invited to help out. We especially encourage families with teens.
A Prayer for the Easter Season
Lord of Easter's Promise,
I live in faith of the Resurrection,
But such is the nature of my faith
That so much of me remains entombed. break open the tomb.
Where I've buried my compassion, break open the tomb.
Where I've buried my sense of mercy, break open the tomb.
Where I've buried my humility, break open the tomb.
Where I've buried my humanity, break open the tomb.
Where I've buried my love for my Heavenly Father, break open the tomb.
Where I've buried my sense of joy, break open the tomb.
Where I've buried my willingness to forgive, break open the tomb.
Lord, in you I've found a Savior no grave can withstand.
Help me to roll away this stone and find the miracle of new life
That I may live more fully in your saving grace.
From Catholic Relief Services
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Sent by ED Palumbos on Friday, April 28 at 10:00AM