9183 Broadview Road
Broadview Heights, OH 44147
Rectory (440) 526-1177
School (440) 526-4877
ASSUMPTION ALTAR & ROSARY
34th ANNUAL 'HOLIDAY TREASURES CRAFT FAIR'
SATURDAY - OCTOBER 25, 2014
8:30a.m. – 3:00p.m.
FREE ADMISSION – HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE
Come and start your Christmas shopping early by attending the Assumption Altar & Rosary 33rd Annual Craft Fair. We have many different types of vendors from Jewelry, Purses, Crocheted Kitchen Towels, Memory Boards even Fleece for your dogs.
You can sit back and enjoy a delicious homemade lunch that the Alter & Rosary ladies have prepared and listen to the holiday music. Don’t forget to purchase our tastey homemade bakery. yummmmm
Bring your kids to the Craft Fair
We will have 'Magic Mike' - he will be making balloon figures and a 'Magic Show'.
One of our vendors, Brian Becker, will be spinning tops.
For more information call Nancy or Rosie at 440 526-5216
BOY SCOUT TROOP 810
Our 12TH Annual…
RIGATONI & MEATBALL DINNER
Wednesday, November 5th
Assumption Family Center, 9183 Broadview Road
from 4:00 -7:00pm (Carry-out available)
Menu: Rigatoni, Meatballs, Bread, Salad, Dessert, Coffee/Tea
Also available: Water or pop for $1.00
Adult Dinner: $8 ~~ Senior & Children: $6
Tickets can be purchased through the Boy Scouts after Masses or
Renee 440 526-6074 or Judy 330 659-4315
Let us serve you a delicious dinner prepared by the families & Boys of Boy Scout Troop 810
Boy Scout - Rigatoni Dinner
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ANOINTING OF THE SICK
The Anointing of the Sick Mass will be October 26 at the 12:15 Mass.
CYO / BOOSTERS
CYO / BOOSTERS
For CYO forms click 'Full Detailed Calendar' above
For more information e-mail email@example.com or call Gerry at 440 659-7322
Garden of Memories
Garden of Memories
Assumption Registration Form
Assumption Church Registration Form
Holiday Treasures Craft Fair
Today is Mission Sunday, where we pray for the success of the worldwide missionary endeavors of the Church. When we think of mission lands, we usually think of third world countries. The sad fact of the matter is, some of the countries that once were loyal and true to the Christian Faith are now among the most secular in the world. It shocked me to read that the Czech Republic, once 90% Christian is now the most secular country in the world, with only 30% of its citizens professing belief in God. Certainly we can say that Communism had done its work well there.
The Church in her document on the Missionary Activity of the Church Ad Gentes, states that the Church is by her very nature missionary. This Church is you and me—all of us. As a parish of Assumption, we send missionaries to Haiti and accomplish great things there in the Gospel’s name. It can’t stop there, however. All of us have to do our part to spread the Gospel by the way we live and the good example we give to others. Each of us has our part to do to make Christ known and loved in the world. Let’s make the resolution to extend ourselves whenever possible to make Christ’s kingdom visible.
There are envelopes at the ends of the pews for the second collection today. Please be generous in your support of the missionaries throughout the world. Your support is one of the ways you can perform missionary work from a distance. Most importantly, pray for the missions. At the academy a few years ago, Ms. Setele, the computer teacher, taught the children about the mission rosary, where each decade is a different color that denotes a part of the world. Each student received a mission rosary and it was prayed in the classroom for mission awareness. This would be a good idea for all of us to make this a part of our daily prayer, especially during October, the month of the rosary.
May God bless you for all you do to support the missions, whether it be the Hands and Hearts of Haiti, or the missions throughout the world.