Assumption Catholic Church Florian, Mn

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ASSUMPTION CATHOLIC CHURCH - FLORIAN

26932 - 390TH ST. NW - STRANDQUIST, MN 56758                

www.wiktel.net/assumption     ph: (218) 478-3578

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Fr. Luis Buitron, Pastor:  (218) 242-5689    lbuitron@wiktel.com

Parish Secretary:  Kelly Nordine   assumptionchurch@wiktel.com

If you or someone you know has been the victim of sexual misconduct on the part of a priest, deacon, or individual representing the Diocese of Crookston, its parishes, or its schools, your first call should be to law enforcement. In addition, the diocesan, Cindy Hulst, LSW, Victim Assistance Coordinator is available at 218-281-7895  (24-hour confidential number).

Mission Statement of Assumption Church – Florian

As disciples of the teachings of Jesus Christ we, as a Christian Community, focus our time, talent and treasure on sharing the Gospel of our Lord in Word and Deed.

Tri-Parish Weekend Mass Times August & September 2020

Assumption:  Saturday @ 7 pm;  St. Stephen's:  Sunday @ 8:30 am;  St. Rose:  Sunday @ 10:30 am

TRI-PARISH WEEKDAY MASS TIMES

St. Rose:  Tuesdays: Adoration 6:00 pm & Mass @ 7:00 pm;   St. Stephens: Wednesday's @ 8:30 am & Friday @ 8:30 am;  Assumption:  Thursdays @ 6:30 pm;

Assumption-Florian Parish Bulletin August 1, 2020

“Jesus said to them, 'There is no need for them to go away; give them some food yourselves’.” (Matthew 14:16) This is what Jesus said right before he fed the five thousand men. How often do we really place our trust in Jesus when the situation looks grim? With Jesus, no gift is too small or insignificant when offered with love. But, we have to do our part. We should trust that Jesus will provide all that we need. We need to believe that Jesus has a better plan in store for us.

Saturday, August 1 : @ 7 p.m.  Eighteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time

Mass Intention: Christine Dziengel By Sarah & Noah Novacek & Family

Lector: Julian Stusynski    Rosary:  Evald & Mary Kujava

Who will separate us from the love of Christ?  Will hardship, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?  (Romans 8:35)

Ponder:  What separates me from the love of God?

Prayer:  Lord,  your love and compassion are always with us in times of trouble.  Help me walk in solidarity with those who are suffering and show them your love and compassion.

Practice:  Today I will be faithful by being present to someone who is in pain.

Thursday, August 6 :  @ 6:30 p.m. Eighteenth Thursday of Ordinary Time

Mass Intention:  Loretta Borowicz By Raymond & Linda Borowicz

Lector:  Robert Safranski

[Jesus] said to them, "But who do you say that I am?"  (Matthew 16:15)

Ponder: Who am I?

Prayer:  Lord, you made us and we are yours.  Create a clean heart in me that I may rejoice always in being your creation.

Practice:  Today I will be faithful by remembering who I am.

Saturday, 8  : @ 7 p.m. Nineteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time

Mass Intention:  Tom Kazmierczak By Philip & Sarah Kuznia

Lector:  Trent Youngstrand     Rosary:  Mark & Becky Weber

And after [Jesus] had dismissed the crowds, he went up the mountain by himself to pray.  When evening came, he was there alone.  (Matthew 14:23)

Ponder:  When do I take time-outs to pray?

Prayer:  Lord,  you taught your disciples to pray. Help me cultivate the practices of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving.

Practice:  Today I will be faithful by taking a time-out for solitude and prayer.

 

Due to the State of MN Mandated Requirement of wearing masks in all public places.  Masks are required at Assumption starting Saturday July 25th, until further notice.  If for medical reason you cannot wear a mask, Father asks that you please stay home.  Please also to remember to social distance during mass, there are plenty of pews available.  Thank you.

 

Assumption - Florian Parish would like to offer our condolences to the family and friends of Donald Kathman of Argyle, who passed away Tuesday, July 28, 2020.  May He Rest In Peace.

 

We have an Offertory/donation box in the entry way of the church by the elevator.  You can drop off your offering envelopes or any donations in the lock box during the week. 

PRAYER LIST

Prayers for Healing:  Mike Adamski, Tom Gerszewski, Vernon Stusynski,

 Margaret Kasprowicz, Rita Hodny, Frances Kazmierczak, Kelsey Stenmark & Duane Hoeper

STEWARDSHIP COLLECTION

July 18, 2020 - Adult: $2596.00; Youth: $13.00; Retired Priests: $10.00; OND: $20.00;

Peter's Penance:  $79.00; Total: $2718.00; Cemetery Perpetual Care: $20.00

July 25, 2020 - Adult: $1270.00; Youth: $10.00; Plate: $20.00; Peters Pence: $20.00; Total: $1320.00

OTHER ITEMS & UPCOMING EVENTS

** The Assumption Ladies Group is in need of a Vice President for 2020. Please contact Cathy Kujawa.  And Group Two is in need of a Co-Leader for 2020.  Please contact Sarah Kuznia.

**First aid kit is located on the counter in the Sacristy.  Liquid glucose included in the kit for diabetic reaction.

**The Diocese of Crookston is on social media! Get up-to-date info regarding diocesan events and ministries on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram by following @DioCrookston!

**We are spreading the Good News! OND is now online!  Visit www.crookston.org/ond for local news stories, columns of commentary and photos from diocesan events.  Be sure to follow OND on Facebook and Twitter @ONDiocese to share the Good News!    

 

RELIGIOUS FORMATION    

RE TEACHERS NEEDED for the 2020-2021 RE year.   We Need a few volunteers for the RE classes. Please consider donating your time, even if you would only like to do part time teaching.  Please contact Amanda @218-791-6688 or by email amanda.j.kuznia@gmail.com. 

 

 Do Something Beautiful for God - The Essential Teachings of Mother Teresa

 

July 30 - Serve God joyfully.  Let there be no sadness in your life.  The only true sorrow is sin.

July 31 - Bring God to everyone you meet each day.  Humility always radiates the glory and greatness of God.  How wonderful are the ways of God who chose humility, smallness, helplessness, and poverty to prove His love to the world.  Do not be afraid to be humble, small, and helpless in order to prove your love for God and others.

August 1 - One day right in the beginning, we had no rice for dinner and then a lady came and brought rice.  She said she was coming back from the office "and something in me told me to go to Mother Teresa and bring her rice."  How beautiful it is when we listen to the Holy Spirit.

August 2 - If our life is without prayer, it is like a house without a foundation.

August 3 - The sound of your footsteps in search of souls to love should be like sweet music for Jesus.  Keep the thirst for souls ever burning in your hearts.

August 4 - Until you hear Jesus in the silence of your heart, you will not be able to hear Him saying, "I thirst" in the hearts of the poor…

August 5 - When a young woman of high caste comes and puts herself at the service of the poor, she is the protagonist of a revolution.  It is the greatest, the most difficult revolution - the revolution of love.

August 6 - Love is a fruit in season at all times, and within reach of every hand.  Anyone may gather it and no limit is set.