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In the Church’s Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick, through the ministry of the priest, it is Jesus, through the Holy Spirit, who touches the sick to heal them from sin and sometimes even from physical ailment. The Rite of Anointing tells us there is no need to wait until a person is at the point of death to receive the Sacrament. Therefore, to better assist you, we ask that you call the parish office at 561-997-5486 prior to going into the hospital for a priest to anoint you.



Stay Informed!

Click here for important information regarding resuming public Mass at Ascension.


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If you have never had the opportunity to attend a First Friday Encounter, now is the time! You can experience online from the comfort of your home. Please join our Ascension worship team and share this inspirational service with your family and friends.


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Mission Volunteers – If you are interested in supporting the missions work here at Ascension, you can contact our missions team via Email at  missions@accboca.net.

CLICK HERE if you would like to find out more about Missions at Ascension and we will be glad to contact you.


Thank you for your generous donations! We still need small travel size items for hygiene bags that we make for the homeless, especially disposable razors and travel size deodorant.


We would like to train about 25 new volunteers to prepare for Holy Week and Easter. Please pray about how you can serve. CLICK HERE to complete a Ministry Interest Form and we will be glad to contact you and provide additional information.


Need help with processing the loss of a loved one?
We are here to help. We discuss many aspects of grief and provides tools and support to help an individual deal with the process of grief through the Harvesting Of Tears program. The program is facilitated by your parish nurse, Barbara Bzura, RN MSN. Please consider giving the us a try … many parishioners have been through the program and were happy that they did. There is no pressure to speak or share, and it is completely confidential. Please register with the office or call Barb Bzura RN MSN at 561-997-5486. Don’t go it alone. We are here for you.


Rescheduled – Fall 2021

Highlights include:

  • Barcelona
  • La Sagrada Familia
  • Carcassonne
  • Grotto of Massabielle
  • Lourdes
  • Cathedral of Burgos
  • Monastery of Santa María Real de las Huelgas
  • Fatima
  • Aljustrel Valinhos
  • Evening Candlelight Processions
  • Daily Mass

Contact the parish office at 561-997-5486 for additional information on this exciting travel opportunity.


The REBUILT book is available to purchase for just $3.00.  If you are actively involved in a ministry or mission it is FREE! Stop by the Information Booth or call the parish office at 561-997-5486 to get your copy today.These are the basic ideas in the Rebuilt model:

  • It is orthodox in the Catholic faith,
  • Dynamic and creative in the commitment to the New Evangelization, 
  • Changing the consumer culture,
  • Reaching the lost – the unchurched, the de-churched, those away or hurt by the church,
  • Making disciples, and
  • Message and mission that matter.

With our parish mission statement: Love God, Love Others, Make Disciples we have been developing programs and processes based on the Rebuilt model.  Many of our parish ministry leaders have attended REBUILT conferences or visited  Nativity in Maryland. Through our week-end ministries and  our missions partners,  we are striving to be a parish of vision.  We want each and every parishioner to be a part of this vision; to understand and be involved in making Ascension a parish of outreach and hospitality.


Protection of Children and Young People

The Catholic Diocese of Palm Beach is committed to the safety and protection of all children and vulnerable adults in its care. Victims of abuse by Church personnel are encouraged to contact the Diocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator to begin necessary emotional, psychological and spiritual healing. The Diocese of Palm Beach Victim Assistance Coordinator, Lorraine Sabatella, can be reached at 561-801-0999. The diocesan Office of Safe Environments provides safety resources, guidance, education and training to its employees, all Church personnel and volunteers. Parents and other caregivers are also encouraged to attend these trainings that emphasize prevention.

For more information on Diocesan policies and procedures for reporting abuse, safety education programs and resources, as well as to view the USCCB Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People, please go to www.diocesepb.org/safe-environments.


Watch the Diocese’s TV Mass

The Diocese of Palm Beach’s weekly Sunday morning Mass for the homebound no longer airs at 9:00-9:30 a.m. It airs on CW34 WTVX and at its new time— 10:30-11:30 a.m. The time change is due to a programming change by CW34.

The CW34 channel can be found on the following cable systems:

  • On Comcast, you will find CW34 on Channels 4 & 435 HD
  • On AT&T/U-Verse, you will find CW34 on Channels 4 & 1004 HD
  • On Direct TV & DISH Network, you will find CW34 on Channel 4
  • On Hometown Cable Plus, you find CW34 on Channels 4 & 304
  • On Digital Antennas, you find CW34 on the Over-Air-Channel 34.1

Please visit www.diocesepb.org/videos to hear the weekly homilies.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have questions about the change, please contact the diocese’s Office of Communications at 561-775-9529 or visit www.diocesepb.org/tv-mass.


There is a new faith-based radio station in Palm Beach County. Turn your dial to 98.3 FM, the Catholic Voice of the Palm Beaches. The station can also be listened to via the internet through the station’s website and mobile app. Programming is from EWTN but the stations will be adding local programming very soon. Listen live at 98.3 FM or www.WPBVRadio.com. You will be blessed!


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