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FOCUS - STUDENT LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 2020 PDF Print E-mail

Fr. Ronald Sibugan, A.A. who serves as a Campus Minister at Assumption College along with Fr. Richard Lamoreaux, A.A., Vice President for Mission and Paul Covino, Director of Campus Ministry participated with students at SLS20 in Phoenix, Arizona, a gathering for young Catholics from around the country.

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Last Updated on Friday, 10 January 2020 12:43
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JUBILEE INTENTION FOR JANUARY PDF Print E-mail

"As we celebrate this Jubilee Year, we ask you to join us in prayer through our monthly intentions."

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MARY, THE HOLY MOTHER OF GOD PDF Print E-mail

MARY, THE HOLY MOTHER OF GOD, pray for us...

 

Father in heaven, we rejoice in proclaiming the blessed ever-Virgin Mary Mother of your Son and Mother of the Church, through Christ our Lord. Amen.

(Feast Day Liturgy, Prayer After Communion)

 
Christmas: The Remedy for a Disenchanted World PDF Print E-mail

Reflections from Fr. Dennis Gallagher, Provincial of the Assumptionists North American Province

Nativity

Some of you of a certain age may remember Peggy Lee, the songstress who belted out “Fever,” but also a rather sad song, entitled “Is that all there is?” In that second song, she relates a series of experiences in her life – watching her house burn down as a child, her first visit to the circus, and her first falling in love – and after each one she concludes, “Is that all there is, my friend, is that all there is?” If so, she says, "let’s keep on dancing and bring out the booze." It’s a song of disenchantment, of world-weariness. The world always comes up short in delivering the goods. It always leaves us wanting more. In the face of life’s failure to satisfy our heart’s desire, we’re left with bringing out the booze.

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ANOTHER WISH FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASON PDF Print E-mail

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"He is born and is ready to begin a new life at your side. He will make but one demand of you; that your gaze pass from the crib to your own heart. Will you offer your heart to this little Child, to this your God who had become man to save you?"
- Venerable Emmanuel d'Alzon, Founder of the Augustinians of the Assumption

Last Updated on Friday, 27 December 2019 11:41
 
Advent 2019 - « A joy that no one can take from you », with Fr. Edouard Shatov PDF Print E-mail

Fr. Edouard Shatov, A.A.

Last Updated on Thursday, 26 December 2019 15:08
 
2019 CHRISTMAS MESSAGE PDF Print E-mail

2019 CHRISTMAS MESSAGE

A Christmas Message from Fr. Dennis Gallagher, A.A., Provincial Superior of the North American Province.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 December 2019 11:56
 
BRO. DANIELE CELEBRATES THE POSADAS WITH THE LATINO COMMUNITY AT ST. COLUMBKILLE'S PARISH PDF Print E-mail

BRO. DANIELE CELEBRATES THE POSADAS WITH THE LATINO COMMUNITY AT ST. COLUMBKILLE'S PARISH

Last Updated on Monday, 23 December 2019 00:38
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OLD ENGLISH ROAD HOSTS A CHRISTMAS PARTY FOR THE ASSUMPTION FAMILY PDF Print E-mail

Christmas Party

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 December 2019 10:24
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FESTIVAL OF LESSONS AND CAROLS PDF Print E-mail

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The Chapel of the Holy Spirit was the recent site for the Festival of Lessons and Carol, a cherished holiday tradition at the college. It drew its inspiration this year from the recent Vatican Synod on the Amazon and the care of creation. The music was led by the Chapel Music Ministry and the readings were proclaimed in several languages by various members of the Assumption community of students, faculty, staff and administrators. The presider was Fr. Ron Sibugan, A.A.

 
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