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2010 Associate Missionaries of the Assumption Volunteers PDF Print E-mail

2010 Associate Missionaries of the Assumption Volunteers On Thursday, August 19th, 9 individuals arrived in Worcester from all over the country, from as near as Newton Square, Worcester and as far as Minnetonka, Minnesota.  What they had in common was their desire to give one year of their lives in service to the poor as Associate Missionaries of the Assumption (AMA's).  After learning more about the Assumption, taking on new cultures in order to look more closely at entering into a new culture, after studying Myers-Briggs personality types, and engaging in team building at a nearby Y camp, after looking at the Theology of Mission, and reflecting on the big transition on which they are about to embark, they seemed ready to leave for their sites.

Last Updated on Sunday, 29 August 2010 03:08
Lourdes, A Marian City dear to Fr. d'Alzon PDF Print E-mail

Lourdes, A Marian City dear to Fr. d'AlzonThis year again, for the 137th time, men and women religious of the Assumption accompanied thousands of pilgrims to celebrate the feast of the Assumption in Lourdes, among whom there were some 900 sick or handicapped participants. A more than 100-year-old tradition, the National Pilgrimage continues to draw crowds to the feet of the Virgin of Massabielle, to the school of the humble visionary, Bernadette.

Since 1873, the date of the first pilgrimage to Lourdes organized by the Assumptionists, this annual rendez-vous has taken place except during the two World Wars. But to what may we attribute this attachment, so long-standing and so persevering, to the great Marian city, Our Lady of Lourdes?

Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 August 2010 19:06
2010 Summer Newsletter PDF Print E-mail

2010 Summer Newsletter “Our little family” is the way that Father d’Alzon used to refer to the Assumptionists of his time.  From our earliest days, this family has included both vowed religious and lay people … and that vision continues today.  The religious are at the center of this reality but they make little or no sense alone.  Called by God, with Father d’Alzon as our Guide, we all become Assumptionists and together we devote our lives and energy to the Assumptionist mission.  We are partners for God’s Kingdom! 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 August 2010 20:28
Some good news from Bulgaria PDF Print E-mail

Kamen Vitchev, Pavel Djidjov and Josaphat ChichkovRehabilitation by the Bulgarian Parliament of those condemned during the trial of 1952.

Wednesday, the 28th of July 2010, will remain a historic date in the Bulgarian Catholic church and for our Assumptionist family. On this day, the Bulgarian Parliament passed a decree correcting and completing the law that rehabilitates politically and civically those victimized by the repression. This was the initiative of Lacezar Roshev, Catholic deputy of the north of Bulgaria, in the context of the parliamentary commission responsible for human rights, religious confessions, and the requests and complaints lodged by private citizens.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 August 2010 20:22
Assumptionist Family Gathering - Bicentennial Celebration PDF Print E-mail

Assumptionist Family Gathering - Bicentennial CelebrationOn Saturday, August 14th, over 200 members of the Assumptionist Family, religious and lay, gathered in the Hagan Campus Center at Assumption College in Worcester to celebrate the Bicentennial of the Birth of Fr. Emmanuel d'Alzon.  During the festive luncheon old friendships were renewed and new acquaintances were made through the sharing of memories and stories of the past and new hopes and dreams for the future.

Last Updated on Monday, 06 September 2010 08:39
Cassadaga Reunion 2010 PDF Print E-mail

Cassadaga Reunion 2010On Sunday, August 15, some 25 alumni, staff, and friends of Our Lady of Lourdes Seminary gathered in Worcester, Massachusetts, to mark the 50th anniversary of the establishment (1960-2010) of this Assumptionist minor seminary located in Cassadaga, New York, about 60 miles southwest of Buffalo. The meeting was held at Augustine House, next to the campus of Assumption College.

Last Updated on Sunday, 15 August 2010 17:52
The Feast of the Assumption PDF Print E-mail

AssumptionMARY, on the day of your triumph may you cast down a motherly love on those of your children who are still struggling…

Emmanuel d’Alzon
Founder of the Augustinians of the Assumption

Last Updated on Sunday, 15 August 2010 15:41
You Don't Know Jack... about the Assumption PDF Print E-mail

With the Feast of the Assumption approaching on August 15th, Paulist priest, Fr. Jack Collins, CSP, was sent out into New York City to find out the Assumption IQ of citizens on the street. The first of many ventures of Jack hitting the streets...

Last Updated on Saturday, 14 August 2010 17:18
Vows Renewal - Philippines PDF Print E-mail

Vows RenewalThe Assumptionist Philippine Delegation is happy to tell you that Brothers Eduardo Molina, Joseph Macalanggan and Blair Paulus Nuyda renewed their religious vows.

Last Updated on Sunday, 15 August 2010 17:44
Beginning on Sunday, July 18th and ending on Monday, July 26th, the annual Novena to Saint Anne will take place at St. Anne's Shrine in Fiskdale, MA. Throughout these nine days of prayer and reflection in honor of St. Anne, the theme of "To Whom Shall We Go?" (Jn. 7:68) will be developed. Pilgrims of all faiths generations and cultures are invited to celebrate, pray and rejoice together. The novena will include rosary processions, Masses, opportunities for confessions, an anointing service and guest celebrants/homilists.
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Last Updated on Thursday, 12 August 2010 10:14
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