Friday, March 23
Seven Last Words of Christ 7pm: Scripture, reflection, and song.
Thursday, March 29
-Morning Prayer 6:45am
-Mass of the Lord’s Supper 7pm
Friday, March 30
-Morning Prayer 6:45am
-Stations of the Cross 11:30am
-Tre Ore Noon-3pm silent prayer, reflection, and music devoted to the three hours Christ hung on the Cross.
-Good Friday Service 3pm & 7pm
Our sister parish project is with All Saints Parish in KC,KS. Our Mission: To share our faith, service and fellowship through the diversity of our culture. Located at 8th and Vermont Streets in Kansas City, Kansas, All Saints Parish has quite an interesting story to share from it’s one hundred and twenty-year-old history. The parish, originally named St. Joseph, was founded by immigrant families, primarily of Polish descent, who built their homes and lives around the worship, social, and educational opportunities within their church. Over the years, this hard working and dedicated community was able to add a parish rectory, thriving grade school, gathering hall for social activities, and even a bowling alley to their parish complex. Time, economic, and cultural changes altered the makeup and future of the St. Joseph community and its surrounding ethnic parishes. Eventually St. Benedict, St. Thomas, and St. Cyril & Methodius had to close their doors, and their parishioners were then welcomed into the surviving St. Joseph parish. This combined community was then renamed “All Saints Parish”. A statement from the church centennial celebration book is a testimony to the enduring faith and purpose of our sister parish. “Although the makeup of the community has changed over the years, the goals of the parish are timeless: that is to live according to the laws of God, and in doing so, gain everlasting happiness. Despite the fact that members may be old or young, natural born or immigrant, Polish or Hispanic, rich or poor, these goals are superior to all obstacles that may occasionally block our path.” Ascension parish is humbled and honored to pair with such an inspiring sister parish, and we look forward to sharing our faith, service and fellowship through the diversity of our cultures. Click here for All Saints web site
We are planning a “tamale dinner”and sale on April 21stfrom 5:30-7:30 pm. The tamales will be made fresh by the women from All Saints Parish. You can attend dinner that night in the Parish Hall. Adult dinners are $8 and kids $5. If you decide not to pre-order and not to go to dinner, you can pick up “take out tamales” while they last for $20/dozen from 5:30-7:30 that evening. Proceeds will go to the All Saints Youth group and church maintenance. To sign up to help put on the dinner (set up, serving and clean up.) please click here Adults and teens encouraged to volunteer!
PRE ORDER Take out Tamales
Pre-order deadline is April 17th. Must pre-pay! (can do by credit card or bring check to office) (Pre-order cost: $15/doz) Pick up pre-orders at Ascension: 10:30am – 1 pm on April 21st
Learn to make tamales! The “Sister Parish Ministry” is offering the adults of Ascension an opportunity to learn to make authentic, homemade TAMALES! Class will be taught by the women of All Saints, our sister parish. It will be conducted in the Parish Hall, April 21st, from 9-10:30 am. Everything provided, you just show up “hungry to learn!” Need to preregister, only have space for 30 lucky individuals. Sign up here