Assumption Catholic Church Florian, Mn
ASSUMPTION CATHOLIC CHURCH - FLORIAN
26932 - 390TH ST. NW - STRANDQUIST, MN 56758
www.wiktel.net/assumption ph: (218) 478-3578
Fr. Luis Buitron, Pastor: (218) 242-5689 firstname.lastname@example.org
Parish Secretary: Kelly Nordine email@example.com
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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 @ 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 & Friday @ 5:00 pm; 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 October 17, 2021
“For the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many.” (Mark 10:45) If you held a mirror up to your life, would it reflect God’s love and mercy? If you are struggling with this, try changing your attitude from “I want more” to “thank you God for everything you have given me, I have enough to share”. This change in perspective will bring you joy through service to others. Pray daily to become less self-centered and to become more God-centered.
Thursday October 14, 2021: @ 6 pm Mass
Responsorial Psalm: With the Lord there is Mercy, and fullness of redemption.
Sunday October 17, 2021: @ 10:30 am Twenty-Ninth Sunday of Ordinary Time
Mass Intention: For the Tri-Parish Communities of Assumption, St. Rose & St. Stephen’s
Lector: Trent Youngstrand Rosary: Jonathan & Rachel Pearson
[Jesus said to them] “You know that among the Gentiles those whom they recognize as their rulers lord it over them, and their great ones are tyrants over them. But it is not so among you; but whoever wishes to become great among you must be your servant, and whoever wishes to be first among you must be slave of all. For the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life a ransom for many.” (Mark 10:42B-45)
Ponder: What do I need to control and manipulate others?
Prayer: Lord, I am grateful for your gift of humility. Gave me a humble heart so that I may imitate your compassionate ways with all people.
Practice: With a grateful heart I will think about the needs of others before my own.
Wednesday October 20, 2021: MEA Weekend NO Religion
Thursday October 21, 2021: @ 6 pm Mass
Mass Intention: For William Borowicz by Ted & Juliet Rogus
Lector: Julian Stusynski
Responsorial Psalm: Blessed are they who hope in the Lord.
“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!” (Luke 12:49-50)
Ponder: What is my passion in life?
Prayer: Lord, I am grateful for the gift of your unconditional love. Kindle in me the fire of your love and help me to share it with all people.
Practice: With a grateful heart I will do everything with deep love.
Sunday, October 24, 2021: @ 8:30 am Thirtieth Sunday of Ordinary Time
Mass Intention: For Roger & Adele Guthrie by Richard & Veronica Knoll
Lector: Catherine Budziszewski Rosary: Rob & Jeanne Clausen
Mass on October 24th will be at 8:30 am due to St. Rose having their Fall Bazaar in Argyle that Sunday.
Assumption Church – Florian would like to offer our condolences to the family and friends of Adeline Borowicz who passed away this past week. May she rest in peace.
Prayers for Healing: Mike Adamski, Tom Gerszewski, Vernon Stusynski, Margaret Kasprowicz, Angie Adamski
October 10, 2021 - Adult: $1235.00; Youth: $16.00; Plate: $50.00; Seminarian Ed: $10.00; Total: $1311.00
OTHER ITEMS & UPCOMING EVENTS
**First aid kit is located on the counter in the Sacristy. Liquid glucose 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 2021. Please contact Cathy Kujawa. Group Two needs a Co-Leader for 2021. Please contact Sarah Kuznia.
**Cantor – Assumption – Florian is looking for volunteers who are interested in learning to use the recorder on the organ and sing for church. If interested, please contact the parish office at 478-3578
**Parish Council – Assumption of Florian is looking for new council members. If interested, please call the parish office 478-3578.
**Fall Festival – St. Rose of Lime Catholic Church – Argyle is having their Turkey & Ham Dinner on Sunday Oct. 24th from 12-5pm. Polka Mass is at 10:30 am. Adults -$15 Kids - $6. Come join us for the Fall Festival.
**2021 Public Square Rosary Crusade – Please join us in praying for our nation on Saturday, October 16th at 12 noon, at the Kurz Memorial Park in Argyle. Please contact Patricia Crummy @ 218-230-4991 for more information.
**Assumption Church Fall Potluck Dinner – Sunday October 31, 2021 after 10:30 mass. Free will offering. Group 3 in charge.
**Thank you - Thank you to Sarah Kuznia & Sarah Kazmierczak for cleaning and planting new shrubs/bushes SW corner outside of church. Also thank you to all who have brought flowers, pumpkins, gourds to decorate the church for mass and our visitors. It all helps to keep our church beautiful for all to see. Donalda.
Do Something Beautiful for God – The Essential Teachings of Mother Teresa
October 15 – Suffering is an inevitable part of life. When suffering comes to us, let us accept it with a smile. This is one of the greatest gifts God has given us: the courage to accept with a smile whatever He gives, whatever He allows whatever He takes.
October 16 – If you were to die today, what would others say about you? What was in you that was beautiful, that was Christlike, that helped others to pray better? Face yourself, with Jesus at your side, and do not be satisfied with just any answer. Go deep into the question. Examine your life.
October 17 – When we realize that we are all sinners needing forgiveness, it will be easier for us to forgive others. We have to be forgiven in order to be able to forgive. If I do not understand this, it will be very hard for me to say, “I forgive you” to anyone.
October 18 – Material riches and spiritual riches can both choke you if you do not use them fairly. For not even God can put anything in a heart that is already full. One day there springs up the desire for money and for all that money can provide: superfluous luxury. Eating fine meals, the finest clothes, luxury homes, expensive vacations. These things are trifles. One desire leads to another, and then we begin to think that we need these things. The result is uncontrollable dissatisfaction. Let us live simply and remain as empty as possible so that God can fill us up.
October 19 – Life is an adventure, dare it.
October 20 – If we were truly humble, nothing would change us-neither praise nor discouragement. If someone were to criticize us, we would not feel discouraged. If someone would praise us, we also would not feel proud.
October 21 – Bring love into your homes. If you truly love God, start loving your son or your daughter and your spouse. And the elderly, where are they? In nursing homes! Why are they not with you? And where is the retarded child? In an institution! Why is he not with you? That child is a gift from God.