Assumption Catholic Church Florian, Mn
ASSUMPTION CATHOLIC CHURCH - FLORIAN
26932 - 390TH ST. NW - STRANDQUIST, MN 56758
www.wiktel.net/assumption ph: (218) 478-3578
Facebook Page: Assumption Church Florian
Fr. Luis Buitron, Pastor: (218) 242-5689 email@example.com
Parish Secretary: Kelly Nordine firstname.lastname@example.org
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 Time August & Sept
Assumption: Sunday @ 10:30 am; St. Stephen's: Saturday @ 5:00 pm; St. Rose: Sunday @ 8:30 am
TRI-PARISH WEEKDAY MASS TIMES
St. Rose: Tuesdays: Adoration 4:00 pm & Mass @ 5:00 pm; St. Stephens: Wednesday's @ 8:30 am
Assumption: Thursdays @ 6:00 pm.
Reconciliation: before Saturday 5:00 pm Mass: 4:30-5:00 pm.; before Sunday 8:30 am Mass: 8:00-8:30 am; no Reconciliation before 10:30 am Mass, or by Appointment (call Fr. Luis).
Prayer Request Book is on a table in the back of the church by the Holy Water.
Assumption-Florian Parish Bulletin August 14, 2022
“Do you think
I have come to give you peace on Earth? No, I tell you, but rather
Luke 12:51 Many of us like to play it safe, not cause waves with our family and friends, especially when it comes to politics and religion. We don’t want to cause any turmoil. However, many times this is at the expense of the truth. The truth being Jesus Christ. Too many people are misguided because they rely on their own limited human ability to reason and are not allowing faith in God to guide them. Form your conscience; take a stance for life, marriage and religious liberty.
Thursday, August 11, 2022: @ 6:00 pm Mass
Mass Intention: For Adeline Borowicz by Mark & Becky Weber
Lector: Tom Rogus Eucharistic Minister: Kenneth Stusynski
Sunday August 14, 2022: @ 10:30 am Mass Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Lunch is served downstairs after mass. All is welcome.
Lector: Alana Kuznia Rosary: Larry & Ann Dziengel
Eucharistic Minister: Larry & Ann Dziengel Altar Servers: Quinten Nordine, Taylin & Brayla Rogus
“I came to bring fire to the earth, and how I wish it were already kindled! I have a baptism with which to be baptized, and what stress I am under until it is completed! Do you think that I have come to bring peace to the earth? No, I tell you, but rather division!” (Luke12:49-51)
Ponder: What is my purpose?
Prayer: Lord, you send us your spirit to renew the face of the earth. Filled with your love, help me make a difference.
Practice: Today I will be faithful by being true to my heart.
Thursday, August 18, 2022: @ 6:00 pm mass
“The kingdom of heaven may be compared to a king who gave a wedding banquet for his son. He sent his slaves to call those who had been invited to the wedding banquet, but they would not come.” (Matthew 22:2-3)
Ponder: How do I respond to God's invitation of friendship?
Prayer: Lord, you invite us to be with you in the kingdom of heaven. Open my heart to accept your offer of forgiveness and peace.
Practice: Today I will be faithful by reexamining my relationship with God.
Sunday, August 21, 2022: @ 10:30 am Mass Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time
Mass Intention: For the Tri-Parish Communities of Assumption, St Rose, and St. Stephen’s
Lector: Jonathan Pearson Rosary: John & Denise Grandstrand
Eucharistic Minister: John & Denise Grandstrand Altar Servers: Ada, Cale & Rhett Pearson
Joe Rogus, Philip Rogus, Jason Rominski, & Robert Safranski
Leonard Stusynski, Vernon Stusynski, Alen Szczepanski, & Mark Szklarski
Prayers for Healing: Mike Adamski, Tom Gerszewski, Vernon Stusynski, Margaret Kasprowicz, Rosalia Stusynski, Char Vecellio, Julian Stusynski, Evald Kujava, Mark Stephens
August 7, 2022 - Adult: $2242.00; Youth: $10.00; Plate: $66.00; Total: $2318.00; Repair Fund: $400.00
The repair fund donation is in memory of Edmund and Janice Borowicz. Thank you to all who have donated in their memory.
OTHER ITEMS & UPCOMING EVENTS
**First aid kit is located on the counter in the Sacristy. White icing is included in the kit for diabetic reaction.
**Knight of Columbus – The Knight of Columbus Insurance Field Agent for this area is James Suda – 701-430-0604, email Jim.Suda@kofc.org
**The Assumption Ladies Group needs a Vice President for 2022. Please contact Cathy Kujawa. Group Two needs a Co-Leader for 2022. Please contact Sarah Kuznia. We are in need of all officers for the 2023 year. Please consider volunteering your time to help the ladies.
**Altar Servers – If your child is interested in Altar serving, please let Father Luis or Kelly know. We need some more Altar Servers to help out. Thank you.
**Council Members – We need two new council members. If interested, please let Father or Kelly know. Thank you.
**THE VATICAN UNVEILED: An Exploration of Legacies -The event of this decade is finally here, you have heard about it, now it’s time to experience the largest Papal Artifacts Collection outside of Rome! Father Richard Kunst will be unveiling his curated collection August 19-21, 2022, at the DECC (Duluth, MN). This is the closest that most people will ever get to the Vatican or to meet a Pope. General Exhibit hours are Friday - 9:00 am. - 5:00 pm. Saturday - 9:00 am. - 5:00 pm. Sunday 10:00 am. - 4:00 pm.
Early bird tickets available now at www.VaticanUnveiled.com or call 218-724-6201. $20/person, $18/senior, $50 family. Group discounts are also available. Formal VIP events including a private tour are also planned for Friday evening at the DECC with Mark Hall-Patton from the TV Show, Pawn Stars and Saturday at the Kitchi Gammi Club for sponsors. We are currently seeking volunteers, sponsors, and supporters for this fundraising event where all proceeds will benefit Stella Maris Academy and Star of the North Maternity Home. If you are interested in supporting the event in some way, please send us an email at: email@example.com.
**Cursillos at the Mount!!!-Come be one of the first to experience a retreat at the Mount St. Benedict Monastery in Crookston. The Cursillo retreats will be held there starting this fall! The Women’s weekend will be held September 22 – 25, 2022 and the Men’s retreat is October 27 – 30, 2022. Experiencing Cursillo surrounded by the beautiful, Catholic setting of the Mount will surely provide an opportunity for you to grow deeper in your Catholic faith and your relationship with Christ. If you are interested in attending the retreat, please contact your parish office. If you have any questions, please let us know or contact Brandy Pelzel at firstname.lastname@example.org, Len Vonasek at email@example.com, or Fr. Bill DeCrans in Bemidji. Thank you.
**Lunch After Mass – Sandwiches and chips with root beer floats will be served after 10:30 am mass on August 14, 2022 for the Feast of the Assumption. Everyone is Welcome. Group 3 will be in charge of bring the food, serving, and cleaning up.
Do Something Beautiful for God – The Essential Teachings of Mother Teresa
August 12 – Sacrifice, surrender, and suffering are not popular topics today. Our culture makes us believe that we can have it all, that we should demand our rights, that with the right technology all pain and problems can be overcome. That is not my attitude toward sacrifice.
August 13 – God told us, “Love your neighbor as yourself.” So first I am to love myself rightly, and then to love my neighbor like that. But how can I love myself unless I accept myself as God has made me? Those who deny that beautiful differences between men and women are not accepting themselves as God has made them, and so cannot accept and love their neighbor. They will only bring division, unhappiness, and destruction of peace to the world.
August 14 – I am convinced that today's youth are more generous than those of times past. Our youth are better prepared and more willing to sacrifice to serve others.
August 15 – Don't come to prayer looking for extraordinary experiences. Come to visit your great friend Jesus, always present and waiting for you in the tabernacle. This is the friendship that strengthens us to fulfill our day-to-day ordinary duties with extraordinary love and devotion.
August 16 – If you are successful, you will win some false friends and true enemies: Succeed anyway.
August 17 – Stay where you are. Find your own Calcutta. Find the sick, the suffering, and the lonely right where you are-in your own homes and in your own families, in your workplaces and in your schools.
August 18 – It is much easier to conquer a country than to conquer ourselves. Every act of disobedience weakens my spiritual life. It is like a wound letting out every drop of one's blood. Nothing can cause havoc in our spiritual live as quickly as disobedience.