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Five Years in the Philippines PDF Print E-mail


Question 1: Fr. Bernard, you recently celebrated the fifth anniversary of the Assumptionists' presence in the Philippines. Could you tell us a little about the celebration?

It was a really quite a simple celebration. We invited the entire Assumption Family present in Manila and Antipolo: the Religious of the Assumption who welcomed us here 5 years ago and whose help in getting us settled has been inestimable, sending us our first vocations, young men teaching in their schools…

Last Updated on Friday, 08 April 2011 11:18
Vatican Letter to Catholic Digest PDF Print E-mail

A letter from the Vatican in which Archbishop Fernando Filoni extends greetings from his Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI on Catholic Digest’s 75th Anniversary this year.

The "Fiches Croire" - a global future PDF Print E-mail

04_FaithMatters_ADuring the Papal audience on Wednesday April 6, 2011, a large delegation from Bayard Press, the Assumptionist-owned publication house,  lead by Father  André Antoni, A.A., a member of the Board of Directors, came to Rome to present to the Pope a publication of Bayard called “Fiches Croire," a real tool for the new evangelization that is so close to the heart of the current Holy Father.

In the United States "Fiches Croire" are called "Faith Matters" and are published by Bayard, Inc. Currently there 12 versions available: "The Bible: A treasure trove waiting to be discovers;" "Why should I go to confessions?" "Depression... How can I overcome it?" "Divorced: How do you rebuild your life?" "The Eucharist: A great mystery!" "I've lost my faith..." "How do you read the gospels?" " Living through the ordeal of illness;" "Face to face with suicide;" "Who is Jesus?" "Why do evil and suffering Exist?" "When we're shaken by death."

We asked Father André to talk to us about the project and its implementation.

Last Updated on Thursday, 07 April 2011 11:23
2011 - Dinh's Ordination - Photo Albums PDF Print E-mail

Dinh's Ordination - Photo Albums

Bro. Dinh's Ordination - Highlights
Dinh's Ordination - Chapel
Dinh's Ordination - Blessings
Dinh's Ordination - Reception
Dinh's First Mass with the Vietnamese Community

Last Updated on Monday, 04 April 2011 09:42
New Assumptionist Priest - Vo Tran Gia Dinh, A.A. PDF Print E-mail

Father Vo Tran Gia Dinh, A.A.The Chapel of the Holy Spirit at Assumption College in Worcester, MA was the scene of great joy and celebration on Saturday, April 2nd, as Brother Vo Tran Gia Dinh, A.A. was ordained to the priesthood. In the presence of his family, former seminary classmates from Australia and Vietnam, brother Assumptionists, students, colleagues, the extended family of Assumption and friends, Br. Dinh was called to ordination by his Provincial Fr. Marcel Poirier, A.A. and presented to Bishop Robert J. McManus, Bishop of Worcester, as the Rite of Ordination began.

The congregation responded with a acclamation of· great jubilation. In his homily, Bishop McManus addressed Br. Dinh and the congregation on the role of the priest as sharing in Christ’s priesthood as teacher, priest and shepherd for the service of God’s people and as celebrant of the sacraments, especially through Reconciliation and the Eucharist.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 April 2011 19:20
El Salvador Trip PDF Print E-mail

During Spring break this semester, I was part of a group of 14 people from the School of Theology and Ministry at Boston College that went on an Immersion trip to El Salvador.

Last Updated on Friday, 01 April 2011 09:40
Message from the Members of the Near Eastern Mission to the General Chapter 2011 PDF Print E-mail

ParticipantsFrom February 26 to March 6, members of the Assumption Family living and working in Eastern Europe (Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey, and Russia) and Israel held their annual meeting in Jerusalem. At the end of their session, which included a retreat and various workshops, they issued a message to the members of the general chapter scheduled to be held in Rome this coming May.

Meeting at St. Peter-in-Gallicantu (Jerusalem) from February 26 to--March 6 for our annual retreat and working session of the Near Eastern Mission, we, the brothers present, wished to address a message to the General Chapter of the Congregation to be held the month of May in Rome.

Last Updated on Thursday, 31 March 2011 12:01
Assumption’s Love of the Church: Second Assumption Family Reflection on the Charism PDF Print E-mail

Prof. Gianni La Bella and Rev. Richard Lamoureux, AAFebruary 4-7, 2011

Day One: Our Founders

At Due Pini, the General House of the Assumptionists in Rome, a workshop just ended, which brought together the five Congregations of the Assumption Family (with four representatives from each Congregation). It is the second gathering of this kind, dedicated to deepening reflection on the charism of our religious family. This year,  the theme was the love of the Church. 

Day of Prayer in Sturbridge PDF Print E-mail

FrPeterDay of Recollection for Those in Ministry at St Anne-St.Patrick Parish - an Assumptionist Parish in Strubridge, MA

A Lenten day of recollection for those in ministry took place recently in St. Anne/St. Patrick’s parish in Sturbridge, MA. The theme “Lord, Teach Us to Pray” was developed by the parish staff members and lay ministers who reached out to one another. The attendees of the day long event, which concluded with liturgy, were parish volunteers who represented areas of service which included: social outreach, grounds maintenance, hospitality, catechesis, liturgy, pro-life, finance/development, prayer groups and special events, just to mention a few.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 March 2011 16:56

We have entered Lent: a time of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. It is a time of spiritual renewal as well. For us, Africans, this year, we do so as we experience the particular reality of the northern half of our continent, Arab Africa, as we often call it.  Unprecedented events are taking place there and we all worry whether they will lead to lasting democratic changes or to a simple “cosmetic makeover” which will soon reveal the wrinkles that come with age.  Food for thought!

Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 March 2011 09:18
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