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The Ascension of Christ - Lorenzo Monaco, from an antiphonary, 1410

The Week of Rogation Sunday at All Saints

May 10, Rogation Monday
  12:15 p.m. - Low Mass

May 11, Rogation Tuesday
  7 a.m. - Men's Group
  12:15 p.m. - Low Mass

May 12, Rogation Wednesday
(Comm. Ss. Nereus, Achilleus, Domitilla & Pancras, Mm.) 
12:15 p.m. - Low Mass

May 13Ascension Day
  5:30 p.m. - Outdoor Mass

May 14, Of the Octave 
(Comm. St. Pachomius, Abt & St. Boniface, M.) (see below)
 12:15 p.m. - Low Mass

May 15, Of the Octave 
   9 a.m. - Confirmation Class
   5 p.m. - Mass

May 16, Sunday after Ascension
   9 a.m. - Mass & Livestream
  10:30 a.m. & 12 p.m. - Mass
Ascension Day Outdoor Mass

Please join us for an outdoor Mass on the Feast of the Ascension on Thursday, May 13, at 5:30 p.m. (weather permitting!). Parishioners are invited to pack their own picnic dinner and eat on the lawn after.
All Saints Men's Group

Men of the parish are invited to attend the weekly Men's Group at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays in the Undercroft. The group meets for a light breakfast, study led by Fr. Dan, and prayer.
Episcopal Visit on May 30

Mark your calendars! Bishop Chad Jones will visit us on Trinity Sunday, May 30, for confirmations. If you wish to be confirmed, please let Fr. Sean know asap.

Sermons for Rogation Sunday

Audio and text for Fr. Glenn's sermon can be found on our website, as well as Fr. Sean's sermon.
Saints Bio: St. Boniface

Wynfrith, nicknamed Boniface (“good deeds”), was born around 680 near Crediton in Devonshire, England. When he was five, he listened to some monks who were staying at his father’s house. They had returned from a mission to the pagans on the continent, and Boniface was so impressed by them that he resolved to follow their example. Although his father had intended him for a secular career, he gave way to his son’s entreaties and sent him at the age of seven to a monastery school. He eventually became director of the school at Nursling, in Winchester, where he wrote the first Latin grammar in England, and gave lectures that were widely copied and circulated. At thirty, he was ordained and set out to preach in Friesland (overlaps with modern Holland), whence he was soon expelled because of war between its heathen king and Charles Martel of France. Boniface, after a brief withdrawal, went into Hesse and Bavaria, having secured the support of the Pope and of Charles Martel for his work there. In Hesse, in the presence of a large crowd of pagans, he cut down the Sacred Oak of Geismar, a tree of immense age and girth, sacred to the god Thor. It is said that after only a few blows of his axe, the tree tottered and crashed to the ground, breaking into four pieces and revealing itself to be rotted away within. It was the beginning of a highly successful missionary effort, and the planting of a vigorous Christian church in Germany, where Boniface was eventually consecrated bishop. He asked the Christian Saxons of England to support his work among their kinsmen on the continent, and they responded with money, books, supplies, and above all, with a steady supply of monks to assist him in teaching and preaching. (From Biographical Sketches, J.E. Kiefer)

And they continued stedfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers. Acts 2:42

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3889 Ivy Road
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
(434) 979-2842

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