Lenten and Easter Season Schedule

2019 LENTEN SEASON
The Season of Lent is a very special time of spiritual growth, a time of deepened conversion and great graces that support and encourage the development
of our relationship with the Lord.

Sacrament of Penance - Confessions

† Saturdays - 3:20 – 3:45p.m. Assumption Parish
† Saturdays - Confessions follow 5:45p.m. Mass Immaculate Conception Parish
† March 16th 10:00a.m. First Confessions (2nd graders & their families) Assumption Parish
† April 13th 10:00a.m. Late Lenten Confessions Assumption Parish ~ until all are heard
† April 14th Late Lenten Confessions following 11:15a.m. Mass Assumption Parish ~ until all are heard


 The Bible and Prayer ~ A Lenten Study

A 6-part Bible Study from Dr. Scott Hahn and the St. Paul Center presented at Assumption B.V.M 195 S Kankakee Street Coal City IL (Madonna Room)
Thursdays  March 7th - April 11th   9:30 AM-11:30 AM or 6:30 PM-8:30 PM  Presented by Judith Kaluzny   Registration Cost: $10.00
Information: Judith 815 325-8969 or the Parish Office 815 634-4171


 Stations of the Cross

† Fridays of Lent [March 8th through April 12th] 6:30p.m. Assumption Parish
† Tuesdays of Lent [March 12th through April 16th] 7:00p.m. Immaculate Conception Parish


 Shroud of Turin Encounter

† Sunday, March 17th 2:00p.m. Immaculate Conception Parish Call 815-739-9767 for tickets Followed by Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner in Fr. White Hall.


 Lenten Evening of Reflection by Reverend Burke Masters

† Thursday, April 11th Assumption Parish / 6:15p.m. Confessions/7:00p.m. Reflection & Benediction


 Palm Sunday of the Passion of Our Lord Holy Week Begins

† Saturday, April 13th 4:00p.m. Vigil Mass Assumption Parish / 5:45p.m. Vigil Mass I.C. Parish
† Sunday, April 14th 7:30a.m. Mass Assumption Parish 9:30a.m. Mass Immaculate Conception Parish / 11:15a.m. Mass Assumption Parish
† Living Stations of the Cross led by Parish Teens following 11:15a.m. Mass Berst Hall
† April 16th & 17th / 8:30a.m. Mass / Tuesday and Wednesday of Holy Week Assumption Parish


THE SACRED PASCHAL TRIDUUM OF THE PASSION AND RESURRECTION OF THE LORD

HOLY THURSDAY OF THE LORD’S SUPPER, April 18th

† 7:00p.m. Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper Assumption Parish Altar of Repose
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Mother of the Eucharist Chapel until 10:00 p.m.

GOOD FRIDAY OF THE PASSION OF THE LORD, April 19th Universal Day of Fast and Abstinence

† 12:00p.m. Living Stations In Honor of the Lord’s Suffering and Death Immaculate Conception Parish
† 3:00p.m. Celebration of the Lord’s Passion / Veneration of the Cross Assumption Parish
† 6:00p.m. Traditional Way of the Cross / Veneration of the Cross of Jesus Christ Assumption Parish

HOLY SATURDAY, April 20th Day of Prayer / Christ Crucified and Lying in the Tomb

† 12:00p.m. Blessing of Easter Foods / Assumption Parish & Immaculate Conception Parish

THE EASTER VIGIL IN THE HOLY NIGHT, April 20th

† 8:00p.m. MASS OF THE RESURRECTION OF THE LORD Assumption Parish

SOLEMNITY OF EASTER SUNDAY OF THE RESURRECTION OF THE LORD, April 21st

† 7:30a.m. MASS Assumption Parish
† 9:30a.m. MASS Immaculate Conception Parish
† 11:15a.m. MASS Assumption Parish

Easter, our most important liturgical observance as Catholics, is celebrated for fifty days, longer than any other feast in the calendar. The Great Fifty Days, as it is sometimes called, is observed as a single feast –from Easter Sunday to Pentecost Sunday. March 10, 2019 1st


Thank you for visiting Assumption Catholic Church! 

It is always a joy to have visitors to our congregation. If you are interested in learning more about the Roman Catholic Faith, and/or if you are Catholic and would like to become a parishioner, please call Father Noesen at the Parish office or click here to register online.

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish is part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Joliet in Illinois. First and foremost, we exist as a Catholic Parish to offer praise to Almighty God, to grow in holiness through our participation in the Sacramental life of the Church, most especially in our reception and worship of the Holy Eucharist, Jesus the Christ, and to pray for the salvation of our souls and for the whole world.

Our Catholic and Christian Faith motivates us to action through education, as well as active participation in the work of the Church through service to others. We proudly profess our faith in Jesus Christ as Roman Catholics with more than one billion Catholics worldwide, in union with our Bishop, The Most Reverend Daniel Conlon, and Francis, our Pope.

As Parishioners, the Body of Christ of Assumption Parish, celebrating our presence here in Coal City, Illinois since the year 1889, we stand today as part of a rich history ~ a rich Heritage of Faith that is Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish!

Come and join us in praise of God and in fellowship as we live for the Mission of Jesus Christ in His one, true, holy and apostolic Church. Give your heart to Jesus and He will give you Heaven!


Weekend Mass and Confession Schedule
Saturdays
3:20-3:45 PM
Confessions at Assumption Parish 
 
4:00 PM
Vigil Mass for Sunday at Assumption Parish 
 
5:45 PM
Vigil Mass for Sunday at Immaculate Conception Parish / Braidwood
Confessions at Immaculate Conception following Mass
 
Sunday Mass
7:30 AM
at Assumption Parish
 
9:30 AM
at Immaculate Conception Parish / Braidwood
 
11:15AM
at Assumption Parish
 
 
For Daily Rosary, Masses, Confessions and other Prayers Including Holy Days of Obligation, refer to Church Bulletin or call Parish Office.

 


Coming Events at Assumption Parish

Lenten Catholic Passover - April 17th

Lenten Catholic Passover

Immaculate Conception Fr. White Hall

You are invited to participate in our Catholic Passover experience on Wednesday, April 17th, 2019 at 6:30 PM.  We will explore the connection between the Jewish Passover meal, the Last Supper that Jesus shared with His Apostles, and how it relates to the Mass and the Holy Eucharist of today.

Please RSVP for this event by Tuesday April, 9th to Gale or Lee Roberts at [email protected] or (815)390-6048.

Note: There will be a sampling of food items shared at the Last Supper. Sub sandwiches will be available right after this event.

Parish Youth Group and Living Stations of the Cross

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Calling All Children for Easter Choir!

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CALLING ALL CHILDREN FOR EASTER CHOIR!!

It’s that time to start preparing your voices for the Easter Mass!!

All Children Preschool-High School with a love for singing for the Lord are called to join us for this year’s Children’s Choir! Practices alternate between Saturday afternoon and Sunday mornings attached to mass times in the Madonna Room where they will learn hymns and hand bell selections. Please add these practices to your calendar and join us Sunday, February 10th for the first practice. At this practice, parents will be required to sign a parish permission slip for your child to participate in children’s choir.

Looking forward to joyful noise for Jesus this Easter!
~Brittney Kaluzny, Matt Leman & Jon Micetich~
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FEB 10
8:45 - 9:25 AM 

FEB 16
3:00 - 3:45 PM

FEB 24
10:15 - 11:00 AM

MAR 2
3:00 - 3:45 PM

MAR 9
3:00 - 3:45 PM

MAR 17
10:15 - 11:00 AM

MAR 23
3:00 -3:45 PM

MAR 30
3:00 - 3:45 PM

 APR 7
8:45 - 9:25 AM

APR 14
10:15 - 11:00 AM

Easter Mass APR 21
11:15 AM Mass—arrive by 10:45 to warm up

Shroud Encounter at Immaculate Conception March 17th

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The 2019 CMAA is coming to your home!

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

Our 2019 Catholic Ministries Annual Appeal (CMAA) is now underway. Very soon, information about our CMAA will be coming to your home. As the pages unfold, so will the stories about real people, the challenges they have faced and how gifts to the CMAA have given them a sign of hope. You can also hear these personal testimonies in our new video, "Signs of Hope."

The CMAA is vital to the Diocese of Joliet, providing the critical resources needed to support the ministries that care for so many of our friends, neighbors and everyone in the community.

Please support the Catholic Ministries Annual Appeal this year. By becoming a sign of hope, we can work together to do the important work of God’s Church in the Diocese of Joliet.


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