Saint Mary of The Assumption

Catholic Church



Holy Orders

     Vocations Office of the Diocese of

        Toledo

     Rev. Msgr. Charles E. Singler, D.Min.,

          csingler@toledodiocese.org

​         419-244-6711


Baptism

     Request the Baptism of a child


          Baptisms may be celebrated during or

          after any weekend Mass.  Instructions

          for parents having their first child

          baptized are held the first Thursday of

          each month at 6:30 PM.

​               Call 419-238-3079



     Request the Baptism of

     an adult

          RCIA is the normal path to initiation into

          the Catholic Church

               Call 419-238-3079

          

Confirmation

     Confirmation of Children is usually

     celebrated in Junior High with previous

     years of preparation.  If your child was not

     confirmed for any reason,

     call 419-238-3079.

          August Letter

          March Letter


​     Confirmation of Adults is usually celebrated

     after study and preparation.  The rite is

     celebrated at Rosary Cathedral, Toledo.  

     Call 419-238-3079

     Sacraments are the means and form for the transformation of our lives, to live a life of holiness, to be holy as God created us to be.   Although there should be "sacramental" times all throughout each day, we celebrate seven as a whole Church. Each of the seven sacraments is visible or sensibly perceptible.  However, the Sacraments are not just signs or symbols.  They manifest beyond the visible.  They are real, bringing about what they say.


     For instance, in Baptism, we see, hear, and feel flowing water and hear the words of Baptism.  In the Eucharist we take God's creation of wheat and grapes and we contribute our human stamp on them as they are made into bread and wine, and then we offer back to God.  We recall our story as we hear it in the Scriptures and we experience the words of Jesus at the Last Supper as he blesses, breaks and shares his Body and Blood and tells his followers to do this, all of this, and make memory.  

     The reception of the Sacraments commits us to live a Christ-like life.  It is more than just a social obligation, "going through the motions" of attending Mass on Sunday and going to confession once or twice a year.  Each day is meant to be lived, drawing upon the grace we have received, to most closely enter into union with Christ, whose name we bear as Christians.

Eucharist

​     First Communion

          First Communion is usually celebrated in

          the second grade after preparation in the

          first and second grade.  For older

          children, call 419-238-3079.

​              August Letter or School orientation

​              September Letter

               January Letter  

​               First Communion Banner Diagram

​               April Letter

Reconciliation

     Times of confessions


     6:30 PM Tuesday

     3:00-3:30 PM Saturday

     By appointment

​          


​     First Reconciliation

          First Reconciliation is usually celebrated in

          the second grade after preparation in the

          first and second grade.  For older children,

          call 419-238-3079.

​              August Letter or School orientation

               September Letter

               January Letter

Matrimony

​     Contact the parish at least six 

         months prior to your proposed

          wedding date to begin

          preparation

     Engaged Couples

          Conference

Anointing of the Sick

     Communal Anointing of the Sick

​          is held three times a year

     Individual Anointing at any time

​         Call 419-238-3979