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 Time October, November, December

Assumption:  Sunday @ 8:30 am;  St. Stephen's:  Sunday @ 10:30 am;  St. Rose:  Saturday @ 5 pm

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 September 26, 2020

"Do nothing out of selfishness; rather, humbly regard others as more important than yourselves..." (Philippians 2:3) Pride and ego are hard things to control. We see how others act or dress and think we are superior to them. We idolize our own self-image. But, if we truly believe everything is a gift from God, we recognize all the people that God has put into our lives as gifts! We are grateful for how they enrich our lives. Pray every day for the people in your life: your family, your friends, and those who make you angry.

Saturday, September 26  : @ 7 p.m.  Twenty-sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time

Mass Intention:  For Gertrude Staloch By Matt & Gerri Kuznia

Lector:  Tom Rogus    Rosary:  Evald and Mary Kujava

Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility regard others as better than yourselves.  Let each of you look not to your own interests, but to the interests of others.  (Philippians 2:3-4)

Ponder: When do I act from selfish ambition or conceit?

Prayer: Lord, I am grateful for your example of humble service toward others.  Help me to be a humble and loving person toward all people.

Practice: With a grateful heart I will serve others' needs before my own.

Thursday, October 1  :  @ 6:30 p.m. Twenty-sixth Thursday of Ordinary Time

Mass Intention: For Maggie Kostrzewski By Irene Nowacki

Lector:  Robert Safranski

After this the Lord appointed seventy others and sent them on ahead of him in pairs to every town and place where he himself intended to go.  He said to them, "The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore ask the lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest."  (Luke 10:1-2)

Ponder: What does it mean to be a Christian in the World?

Prayer: Lord, I am grateful for your life and ministry. Help me to be more faithful in doing God's work.

Practice: With a grateful heart I will get involved in a worthy cause.

Sunday, October 4 : @ 8:30 a.m.  Twenty-seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time

Mass Intention: For Ludwig Stusynski By Ken & Rita Hodny & Family

Lector:  Kenneth Stusynski  Rosary:  Mark & Becky Weber

[Jesus said to them] "Therefore I tell you, the kingdom of God will be taken away from you and given to a people that produces the fruits of the kingdom."  (Matthew 22:43)

Ponder: What fruits do I cultivate with my words, actions, and behaviors?

Prayer: Lord, I am grateful for your vineyard of love.  Remove my shortcomings that I may cultivate your gifts of compassion and peace.

Practice: With a grateful heart I will bring healing to a divisive situation.

October Birthdays

*Mike Kuznia 3rd*  *Wyman Hjelle 8th*  *Frances Kazmierczak  10th*

*Brooke Clausen 10th*  *Janice Borowicz  11th

*Jack Wawrzyniak 11th*  *Denise Grandstrand  15th

*Randal Kostrzewski 16th*  *Bromley Holmstrom  16th*  *Ryker Jalowiec 17th*

*Philip Kuznia 17th* *Emma Blazejewski 18th*  *Brekken Bring 18th

*Caitlyn Stusynski 18th*  *Jean Safranski 25th

*David Pietruszewski 25th*  *Janice Pietruszewski 30th*  

*Bernadine Abel 31st*  *Arnie Kuznia 31st*

 

October  Anniversaries

*Greg & Sheryl Lubarski 1st*

*Larry & Charlene Kuznia 2nd  *Robert & Jeanne Clausen 10th*

*John & Edwardine Szklarski 11th  *Tom & Venita Rogus 13th*

*Edmond & Janice Borowicz 18*  *Gayle & Annette Kuznia 20th*

*Julian & Linda Stusynski 21st* *Evald & Mary Kujava 23rd*

 *John & Denise Grandstrand 27th* *Jim & Ione Kuznia 28th*

 

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. 

October - November - December mass schedule -  St. Rose - Saturday @ 5 pm, Florian - Sunday @ 8:30 am & St. Stephen - Sunday @ 10:30 am

*Announcing the Public Square Rosary Crusade - Join the 2020 Public Square Rosary Crusade Today!  What: The Holy Rosary, Where: Lions Park - Argyle, When: Saturday, October 10 @ 12 noon.  For more information, contact: Patricia Crummy @ 218-230-4991. There is a poster on the back bulletin board.

*Our DAA Goal is $10,359.00. We have raised $9,945.00 from 43 Donors which is 96% of our Goal.  We are $414.00 away from meeting our Goal. If you would like to donate our summer DAA envelopes are in the back of the church. Thank you and God Bless.

PRAYER LIST

Prayers for Healing:  Mike AdamskiTom Gerszewski, Vernon Stusynski,

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

RELIGIOUS FORMATION    

RE TEACHERS NEEDED for the 2020-2021 RE year.   We Need a few volunteers to help teach grades 3-4 (4 Students) and Grade 5 (6 students). 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

 

September 25 - No matter how tired you are, no matter how physically exhausting your life may be, make it a priority to care for someone in need.  What greater joy can there be?

September 26 -  I believe God loves the world through us-through you and me.

September 27 - God created us to love and be loved, and so we hunger for chances to love and be loved.  The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread.

September 28 - Everything starts with prayer.  Everything good thing we do flows from prayer.  Ask God to fill you with His love so you can take His love out into the world and share it with others.  We talk about prayer at church, but are we praying?  It is easy to talk about the poor, but talking about the poor is not the same as talking to the poor. It is  easy to talk about prayer, but talking about prayer is not the same as sitting down in a quiet place and talking to God.

September 29 - Living a Christian life provides for the growth of faith. There have been many saints who have gone before to guide us, but I like the ones who are simple, like St. Therese of Lisieux. I chose her as my namesake because she did ordinary things with extraordinary love.

September 30 - Death is the most decisive moment in human life.  It is like our coronation: to die in peace with God.

October 1 - If we really want to love, we must learn to forgive.