Weekend Slideshow


On Easter Sunday, we began our latest message series entitled Groundbreaking. The most groundbreaking event in history was Jesus’ resurrection from the dead. His life, death and resurrection changed everything. The resurrection proves that Jesus is who says he is and that he is the ultimate authority on life. It opened up access to a relationship with God and forgiveness of our sins and past failures. Then the Church was launched to bring this groundbreaking message to the world. In this series we will look at how Jesus’ resurrection and the early church broke new ground in the history of the world and how God desires the Church to do the same today so that just like the Acts of the Apostles, more and more people will be added to those who are being saved.

We will hear the message during the homily at Mass and continue to explore the message in our Small Groups. If you have been thinking about joining or starting a small group, this is the perfect time to do so. CLICK HERE to get more information about small groups here at Ascension.  You can also sign up after Mass at the Information Booth in the Family Center.


Effective June 2nd, the Sunday morning Mass times will change FROM 7:30, 9:00 and 10:30 am TO 8:00 and 10:00 am. We will have the Children’s Liturgy at the 10:00 am and 12:00 noon Masses. The Saturday Vigil Mass will remain at 4:30 pm and the Sunday evening Mass will remain at 7:00 pm.


 

Monday, May 20 – 6:45 to 9 pm

Join us for our final meeting of the year. It will be a special Ladies Night Out! We will let our creativity shine and enjoy sipping our favorite wine. Lite bites will also be served. All women of the parish are welcome. Seating is limited, so RSVP as soon as possible. Please contact Denise by phone or email at 954-551-8479 or denise@compmail.net.


Monday, May 27 – 10 am

Join us at Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Cemetery for the annual Memorial Day Mass. The cemetery is located at 10941 Southern Boulevard in Royal Palm Beach. Bishop Barbarito will be the main celebrant. All clergy, parishioners, and families of the Diocese of Palm Beach are invited to attend this Mass. This Mass is offered for all of those who have died in service to our country and for all of those who have served in the military. A light reception will follow. The mass will be held in the outdoor chapel.


July 19-21

We are taking 15 teenagers to the Steubenville conference this year! We are so excited to see how God will move in their lives. If you would like to sponsor a teen by committing to pray for them now through the conference, you can pick up a name card at the info booth or church office. If you would like to monetarily support a student, you can drop off your donation at the church office. The cost is $600 per student. This is a life changing event for our teens and we appreciate your support!


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.


If you can point and click with a mouse, you can be one of our technology volunteers! We need 4-6 people to train to run the slides during Mass. If you are interested, stop by the Info Booth after Mass to leave your name and number, or call Cindy at 561-654-6085.


Need help with processing the loss of a loved one? We are here to help. The Ascension Bereavement Group meets weekly on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 in the parish office chapel. The group discusses 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. We are beginning a new group on February 12th. Please consider giving the group 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 at 561-699-3553. Don’t go it alone. We are here for you.


The Missions ministry continues to collect travel size toiletries to make hygiene bags for the homeless. We are in great need of travel sized shaving cream, deodorant and dental floss. Collection bins are located in the Family Center next to the Information Booth and in the Chapel area of the Church. CLICK HERE if you are interested in finding out more about our Missions work here at Ascension.


In addition to our Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament on Thursday evenings, we also have Adoration, Monday through Friday 8 to 8:50 AM.  All are welcome.


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


Stop by our Information Booth in the Family Center. Our friendly volunteers are available to assist you after the Sunday morning Masses. Our mobile cart is available after the Saturday 4:30 pm Mass and the Sunday 7:00 pm Mass.


In mid-August, the REBUILT book will be available to purchase for just $3.00.  We are taking names to reserve a copy of the book at the Information Booth.  This is a special purchase offer and we were able to order 300 copies.  RESERVE YOUR COPY TODAY! Stop by the Information Booth or call the parish office at 561-997-5486.


Join us in the Holy Grounds Cafe, located in the Family Center, after Sunday Mass. We are open from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. We have a new menu and now offer iced tea, iced coffee and freshly baked bagels in addition to our usual variety of coffees and delicious pastries!