.Welcome to Our Parish. 

First Penance: Tuesday, 3/26/2019 at 7 pm in the Church.

In addition to the 6:30 and 8:00 am week day Masses, the 12:05 pm Mass is added, Monday through Friday during Lent.

Confession – Tuesdays at 7:00 pm during Lent.

Stations of the Cross – Fridays at 7:00 pm during Lent.

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OLA Ushers Needed

Your help is needed at Mass!  Men, Women, Families and Youth are welcome. Please contact Vince Caprio, or the Ushers at your Mass, to let them know that you would like to join this vital Parish Ministry!

Phone: 610-644-3482 or email: capri1237@hotmail.com.

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OLA 2019 Mass Book

We have many open 2019 Mass Intentions and Vigil Lamps available throughout the year.  Please consider requesting a Mass Intention or a Vigil Lamp to be dedicated to your loved ones (living or deceased).  We are all in need of prayerful, spiritual support.  Contact either Marge Seedor or Rose Ann Westerfer in the Parish Office at 610-688-1178 or stop by to complete the requests.

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Change For Christ Water Jugs

During Lent, we are collecting alms for the Diocese of St. Thomas to assist with their needs. As a parish, we have generously collected for their needs over the past several years. Please pick up a purple cup and return each week to empty it in the jugs when you come to Mass.

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OLA 2019 Lenten Schedule



March 22, 2019

Feast Day of Saint Nicholas Owen



 



HELP.ORG

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

Rehab.Help.org is a community organization dedicated to empowering people suffering from substance abuse addiction with tools and resources to start their personal journey toward recovery. We create and publish comprehensive, unbiased, free web-based resources that have been featured and are referenced by many governmental agencies and organizations across the web.

The vast majority of people who need treatment for substance abuse do not seek it. Though there are many barriers that hinder people from getting the help they need, awareness is a significant factor. This can be in the form of lack of recognition or just not knowing the available avenues for help. So we created a comprehensive set of guides that provide information on many of the prevailing substance abuses that are affecting our communities today, various care options, and many free resources.  Below are examples of our top guides:

  • Guide to Alcohol Addiction
  • Guide to Heroin Addiction
  • Guide to Methamphetamine Addition
  • Guide to Cocaine Addiction

PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT:      

 www.rehap.help.org


OLA OUTREACH NEEDS YOUR HELP

Looking for a way to become more involved in our parish that won’t require a large time commitment?  Outreach is in need of drivers to deliver our frozen casseroles to Bethesda Project My Brother’s  House in Philadelphia.  With more drivers, the time commitment should be a couple of hours once a month or less. For more details, contact Vince Caprio, 610-644-3482.


WE ACCEPT:
– Men’s clothing, including new men’s underwear
– Bathroom toiletries
– Baby Items including formula, bottles, diapers, wipes & baby food.

We DO NOT ACCEPT:
– Electronics of any kind
– Luggage
– Women clothing
– Bedding
– Used baby furniture including strollers and car seats.


NEED HELP SEARCHING FOR A JOB?

The OLA Outreach Ministry can connect you with a service that provides free and confidential guidance to OLA parishioners on the content of your resume and your interviewing strategy. 

Send your resume and a brief cover letter explaining your goal, challenges and the best times to contact you to: OLAOUTREACHRESUME@gmail.com, OR, if you do not have email, send a print version of your resume and the cover letter to: Our Lady of the Assumption, OLA Outreach-Resume, 35 Old Eagle School Rd., Wayne, PA 19087.  Mark the envelope “CONFIDENTIAL”. 

If you have any questions that cannot be addressed via email, please contact Jim Glasgow at 610-329-5961 and leave a message.


Question of the Week

 

How can I imitate the woman at the well,
whose testimony about Jesus led others to
believe in Him?


BABY’S BREATH IN WAYNE

In need of formula, baby food, bottles, diapers & wipes
for its smallest clients.

Please drop off in the Parish Giving Room.


 OLA Poor Boxes

Outreach is an integral part of the Catholic community and our Mission. The money collected from our Poor Boxes, which are located in the Candle Room and in the Vestibule, is used for our Outreach Ministry.

Thank you for your support!


OLA Knitters Needed

Please knit/crochet a hat/scarf/baby blanket for the NICU at Bryn Mawr Hospital.  The drop off bin is in the Giving Room.

Thank you for your support!


In an effort to address the social needs of our Parish, the OLA Pastoral Council is providing the following information, which may be of help to those in need.  Listed are the programs and the local organizations or churches that provide services:

 

Catholic Human Services – Archdiocese of Philadelphia – 215-587-3903

  • Project Rachel Ministry – Post Abortion Healing
  • Domestic Abuse Support – Support for those in abusive relationships
  • Catholic Human Services

Stephen Ministry – A one-to-one lay caring ministry that provides high-quality, confidential, Christ-centered care to people who are hurting, going through a crisis, grieving or just having challenges coping with life’s daily stress:

Gethsemani Ministry – A Catholic faith-based approach to reduce the stigma association with addictions while raising awareness and providing a Catholic faith-based approach to recovery, healing and support to those in need:

  • St Norbert’s Parish, Paoli – 610-644-1655, Ext. 131
  • Norbert’s 12-Step Program – 610-640-0848
  • St Norbert Church

Hope in Christ, Support for Addiction  – The Archdiocese of Philadelphia offers a two-pronged response to the addiction crisis, which aims to attend to the needs of the whole person: body, mind and spirit:

Christ’s Healing Hands Ministry – A ministry for those affected by addiction:

Augustine’s Brothers – A Catholic-centered men’s support and accountability group for men who struggle with pornography, offering help with maintaining chastity and purity:

Divorce and Beyond – A Catholic program designed to help separated and divorced persons to gain perspective on their situation and begin anew.

Trinity Senior Transition – Educational programs about legal, real estate, financial and funeral planning for seniors and their family members/caregivers:

 

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