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People quarreled over Jesus and what he expected of them. What does he expect of you in your life?

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Ascension Middle School Ministry is in need of volunteers!
If you have a heart and patience for young people, please contact us. We have sewing and craft service projects planned for this summer and need adults willing to help just once or twice.

For more info, contact Mary Blucker at 254-1595 ext. 3069 or Jr.High Ministry.

The Old Testament Part Fifteen: Introduction to the Book of Psalms
Posted on August 21st, 2014

To open the Book of the Psalms is to open the door into the worship world of Jewish believers since 1,000 B.C. and Christian believers since the time of Christ. In the centuries before Christ, Jewish believers would sing the psalms as they made their way to Jerusalem for their annual religious festivals. Jesus and some of his disciples sang some of the same hymns as they left the upper room after their last supper together. Early Christians sang “psalms, hymns and spiritual songs” (Eph 5:19) in prison (Acts 16:25) and in other difficult times. Today in monasteries, convents and religious houses all over the world, monks, priests, religious sisters and brothers gather at certain times of the day and night to pray the psalms. In some parishes, lay men and women gather before morning Mass to pray the psalms, and individuals pray them in the quiet of their homes. “In turbulent times of history, when the foundations are shaking (Ps 11:3) and the world seems on the verge of chaos, many people testify that the psalms enable them to speak to God ‘out of the depths’ in company with the community of faith, visible and invisible, past and present, local and worldwide” (Berhard Anderson). We can say the Psalms have great staying power.

Donations Page Is Now Live
We are now accepting online donations via the Donations Page. Please contact our parish office if you are having any issues, (321) 254-1595.
posted April 24th, 2014

Sign-up forms for Perpetual Adoration are now available online!
Sign-Up Form for New Adorers
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Prefer to give electronically? The electronic giving form (PDF) is now available! Please fill out and return to the parish office, or simply drop into the collection basket.
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posted November 1st, 2011