Monday – Friday
7:00 & 9:00 AM

9:00 AM

5:00 PM (Vigil Mass)

8:30 AM
10:00 AM
11:30 AM
1:00 PM (Spanish)

Divine Mercy Devotion:
1st Sunday @ 3:00 PM

Cebuano Mass:
1st Sunday @ 5:00 PM

Tagalog Mass:
2nd Sunday @ 5:00 PM


Rev. Anacleto S. Asebias, Jr.

Rev. Kyrian C. Echekwu
Parochial Vicar

Sr. Mary Genevieve Ofori-Atta, H.D.R.
Director of Religious Education

Peter Roland
Music Director

Terry Guevara
Parish Secretary

Romulo Quiblat
Parish Council Chair

Maryann Nepomuceno
Parish Finance Chair

Fernando Velazquez
Maria San Pedro
Parish Trustees

Weekly Bulletin:

Latest Bulletin


Saturday, May 21st

5:00 PM Alberto Marquez H.

Sunday, May 22nd
8:30 AM Mariah Charmane Santos (L)
10:00 AM Pedrita Geomo Tomodos
11:30 AM In Honor of Our Lady of Fatima
1:00 PM Eliana Tlachino (L) & Josefina Tlachino (L) Ruth Flores & Otoniel Botero Socorro Castillo & Taurino Diaz Jovita Torres

Monday, May 23rd
7:00 AM Jiafei Chen (L)
9:00 AM Anthony & Silvia DiVito

Tuesday, May 24th
7:00 AM People of the Parish
9:00 AM Luis Fernandez

Wednesday, May 25th – St. Bede the Venerable, Priest and Doctor of the Church; St. Gregory VII, Pope; St. Mary Magdalene de’Pazzi, Virgin
7:00 AM Jialing Chen (L)
9:00 AM Elmira, Gloria & all Deceased Members of the Tanoy Family
7:00 PM Irma Chua

Thursday, May 26th – The Ascension of the Lord
7:00 AM Jasmin Chen (L)
9:00 AM Catalina Buenviaje
7:00 PM Humberto Ochoa

Friday, May 27th – St. Augustine of Canterbury, Bishop

7:00 AM Ernesto C. Maranan (L)
9:00 AM Emmet (L) & Rebecca Navarro (L)
7:00 PM Triduum Mass

Saturday, May 28th
9:00 AM Chao-Chih Chen (L) An-Chi Chen (L) Yi-Chia Chen (L) Ming-Hua Chen (L) Hsin Yu Chen (L)


1st Collection – $5,119.00
2nd Collection – $1,763.00

Upcoming Collections

May 1st – Fuel Offering
May 8th – Faith Formation
May 15th – Church Maintenance
May 22nd – Youth Ministry
May 26th – Ascension of the Lord
May 29th – Upkeep of Rectory & Grounds

Please pray for the sick
of our parish:

Rosa Tan, Philomena O’Connor, Ann Pryor, Carmen Moredo, Tony Alialy, Sandra P. Carvajal. Julissa Martinez, Luis Arnulfo, Elizabeth Yee, Elie Fornilda, Jose Reynel Vigoya, Joel Rivera, Sursatti Shaw, Gloria Patricia Rios, Harold, Diego y Kennedy Gomez, Elisa Marquina, Maria Daulo, Jose M. Rosado, Karla Nicole Paredes, Romelia Arenas, Rubiela Arenas, Carmen Wilson, Enrique Soto, Eduardo D. Soto, Teresita, Evangeline & Victoria Danseco, Nazarette Serion, Greta Tasayco.

Please call the rectory, 718-335-2626, (or e-mail to notify us of any names that should remain or be added. The name(s) will remain on the Sick List for (4) weeks unless otherwise informed.


Empowered by the Holy Spirit, we, the people of Ascension, strive to be united in Christ through worship and prayer, grow in Christ through God’s word and the sacraments, and serve Christ in one another by sharing time, talent and treasure.



20 May 2022 0 Comment SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER – MAY 22, 2022
Dear Ascension Family, First of all, I would like to congratulate the children of our Religious Education Program who had their first confession as well as...


On May 26, Thursday, is the Feast of the Ascension of the Lord. It is a Holy Day of Obligation. The schedule of Masses is as follows: Wednesday, May 25th, Vigil Mass at 7:00 p.m., Thursday, May 26th, 7:00 a.m., 9:00a.m., and 7:00 p.m.. On May 26th , Thursday, we also begin the Triduum to celebrate the feast of the Ascension as our parish patronal feast. The activities of the Triduum are: recitation of the Rosary at 6:30 p.m. followed by a Mass at 7:00 p.m.

Diocesan Pilgrimage: Oberammergau The Passion Play | Visits to: Wurzburg, Rothenburg, Rebensburg, Passau, Salzburg & Munich | May 14 – 23, 2022 Bishop Octavio Cisnersos, Spiritual Director | Rev. Frank Schwarz, Chaplain | For a free brochure call Peters Way Tours 516-605-1551

Diocesan Pilgrimage: World Meeting of Families | Rome, Visits to Assisi, Siena & Florence | Join Pope Francis, The Office of Family Life And the Diocese of Brooklyn | June 20 – 30, 2022 | For a brochure call Regina Tours 1-800- Catholi(c ) x 232

St. Adalbert Catholic Academy is holding a Bazaar from Friday, May 13 – Sunday, May 15. Hours are Friday and Saturday 6:00 PM-11:00 PM and Sunday 12:30 PM-6:30 PM. There will be rides, games, food and drinks and fun for the whole family!


The 2022 Annual Catholic Appeal supports the mission of our parish and the daily work of the Church in Brooklyn and Queens in ways no one parish can accomplish alone by supporting the following ministries:

Catholic Youth Ministry Initiative, Catholic Charities; Hospital, College and Prison Chaplains; Diocesan Vocations Office; Catholic Migration Services; Office of Faith Formation; Bishop Mugavero Residence for infirmed clergy; Futures in Education Scholarship Foundation Once we exceed our goal, we will then receive 100% of all funds raised above this figure directly back to our parish for operations and improvements. Donations for this year are being accepted. Donate at Annual Catholic or text ACA to 917-336-1255.

Summary Report as of May 16, 2022
Goal: $51,617
Pledged: $18,113.00
Received: $14,408.00

To donate on-line: annual-catholic-appeal/

Checks can be made out directly to:

Annual Catholic Appeal
Diocese of Brooklyn P.O. Box 310
Kensington, CT 06037-0310

Remember, that no gift is too small. Thank you Kensington, CT 06037-0310


St. Bernardine of Siena
May 20

Born at Massa, Italy, in 1380, Bernardine was orphaned at an early age and raised by a pious aunt who loved him as a son. As a teenager, he became a member of the Confraternity of Our Lady and often served the sick in hospitals. When the plague broke out in 1400, Bernardine, who was then 20 years old, took charge of an entire hospital and, with the help of other young men, took care of the sick during the four months that the epidemic lasted. Some of his companions died. Miraculously, he survived.

In 1402, at the age of 22 he entered the Franciscan Order. He was ordained two years later. Then for the next 12 years or so, he lived mostly in solitude, study and prayer, preaching only occasionally. Then in 1417 he felt that God was calling him to launch a career of preaching and he started his new career at Milan. Soon his eloquence and zeal attracted enormous congregations. At first he was hampered in his delivery by hoarseness and inability to make himself heard, but afterwards his voice became clear and penetrating. He would preach for several hours on a day. In large cities he often had to preach from an open-air pulpit because no church could contain the people who crowded to hear him. He denounced the prevalent vices and then set up the “bonfire of the vanities” into which people would throw all their extravagances such as paintings, cosmetics and today we would add cell phones, CDs and DVDs.

He kindled popular fervor by spreading devotion to the Holy Name of Jesus using the symbol “IHS” with rays radiating from it. Some say the “IHS” stands for the first three letters of Jesus’ name in Greek. Others say it is an acronym for Iesus Hominum Salvator (Jesus Savior of men). He would hold up this symbol at the end of his sermon and people would venerate it. It was through the influence of St. Bernardine of Siena that the name Jesus was added to the “Hail Mary” prayer.

He was given the gift of physical healing. But the spiritual healing of human hearts and souls was his most important gift. Over the years he was offered three times to become a bishop, but each time he refused with the excuse that, if he were confined to one diocese, he would no longer to able to serve so many people.

Bernardine calls us to reflect on the name of Jesus – a name of great power and peace. He called the name of Jesus the refuge of sinners, banner of the warrior, medicine of the ailing, comfort of the suffering, help of the weak, joy of the believer and glory of the saints. Rather than uttering it in a moment of exasperation, this holy Name is one we should speak quietly and reverently. It can change our life.


May 22 – May 28

Altar Bread and Wine
has been donated in Loving Memory for:

Carol Kochta

Sanctuary Lamp
will burn in Loving Memory for:
Hector Remache

Altar Flowers
is donated for:
please contact the Rectory Office to request a flower memorial)

Altar Candles
will burn in Loving Memory for:
Elmira, Gloria and All Deceased
Members of the Tanoy Family

Paschal Candle
will burn in Loving Memory for:
Joventino & Angeles Maranan
Requested by Maranan Family

Memorials are available, kindly contact Rectory Office.


El Sacramento del Bautismo

Tenemos Bautismo en español el tercer sábado del mes a las 11:00 a.m. La clase pre-bautismal será el sábado antes del bautismo a las 9:00 a.m. Se requiere inscripción previa para la clase y el Bautismo, lo menos con un mes de anticipación. Llamar a la oficina parroquial para más información y para los requisitos de los padrinos.

Clases de Educación Religiosas Para Adultos

Para información sobre bautizo Católico, o, si necesita el Sacramento de Confirmación o Comunión, favor de llamar a la Oficina Parroquial. Para atención en español, llamar al 718-335- 2626, en el horario de día de lunes a viernes.

Clases De Educación Religiosa

La clases de Educación Religiosa toman lugar los domingos de 8:45 a.m. a 11:00 a.m. de septiembre a mayo. Para inscribir a su niño, favor de llamar a la Oficina Parroquial al 718-335-2626, Ext. 13 para hacer un cita. Puede inscribir su niño en nuestro sitio web: Para información en Español sobre Educación Religiosa ó servir de voluntario en el programa, favor de llamar a la Oficina Parroquial al 718-335- 2626 durante el horario de día.

Campaña Católica Anual Del 2022

Responder en Fe, Esperanza & Caridad La meta de nuestra Iglesia Asunción es $51,617. Después de sobrepasar nuestra meta, recibiremos 100% de los fondos recaudados por encima de esta cifra directamente para nuestra parroquia. Estamos aceptando donaciones para este año. Haga su donación hoy en Annual Catholic o envié un texto con las siglas ACA al 917-336-1255. Para donar en línea: https:// annual-catholic-appeal/ Envié su cheque directamente a: Annual Catholic Appeal, Diocese of Brooklyn P.O. Box 310 Kensington, CT 06037-0310. Recuerden que cualquier cantidad será aceptada. Gracias.

Registro Parroquial

Si asiste a esta Iglesia le sugerimos que se regístrese como miembro de nuestra parroquia. Formularios de inscripción están disponibles en la oficina parroquial. Los sobres de donación vienen con registro y utilizándolos nos permiten darle un informe de sus contribuciones para fines impositivos. Tener su nombre en nuestros registros es la única manera que tenemos de certificar que usted es un católico practicante, ya que tenemos que hacer para personas que se les pide que sirvan de patrocinadores (padrinos) de bautismo o confirmación.

Campaña Católica Anual Del 2022

Responder en Fe, Esperanza & Caridad La meta de nuestra Iglesia Asunción es $51,617. Después de sobrepasar nuestra meta, recibiremos 100% de los fondos recaudados por encima de esta cifra directamente para nuestra parroquia. Estamos aceptando donaciones para este año. Haga su donación hoy en Annual Catholic o envié un texto con las siglas ACA al 917-336-1255. Para donar en línea: https:// annual-catholic-appeal/ Envié su cheque directamente a: Annual Catholic Appeal, Diocese of Brooklyn P.O. Box 310 Kensington, CT 06037-0310. Recuerden que cualquier cantidad será aceptada. Gracias.

Peregrinajes Diocesanos

Alemania | Oberammergau La Pasión del Señor Visite: Wurzburg, Rothenburg, Rebensburg, Passau, Salzburg & Munich | mayo 14 – 23, 2022 El Obispo Octavio Cisneros, Director Espiritual | Rev. Frank Schwarz, Capellán | Para más información llamar Peters Way Tours 516-605-1551 Reunión de Familias Mundial | Roma, Asísi, Siena y Florencia | El Papa Francisco y la Oficina de Vida y Familia de la Diócesis de Brooklyn | junio 20 – 30, 2022 | Para más información llamar a Regina Tours 1-800-Catholi(c ) x 232

San Adalbert Academia Católica

La Academia Católica de San Adalbert tendrán una venta benéfica el viernes 13 de mayo al domingo 15 de mayo. Las horas son viernes y sábado 6:00 PM-11:00 PM y domingo 12:30 PM-6:30 PM. Comida, juegos y diversiones para toda la familia!


Monday – Friday
9:00 AM – 12:00 Noon
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Telephone: (718) 335-2626
Fax: (718) 335-4181

Saint Adalbert Catholic Academy
52-17 83rd Street, Elmhurst, NY 11373
718-424-2376 / Fax: 718-898-7852



Every Wednesday there will be a Novena for Our Lady of Perpetual Help after the 9:00 a.m. Mass. Every First Wednesday of the month there will be a 7:00 p.m. Mass in honor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help and Novena to Our Lady after the Mass.


Holy Hour For Priests and Priestly Vocations
Exposition and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament after 9:00 a.m. Mass.


Recitation of the Holy Rosary at 6:30 p.m. Eucharistic Celebration at 7:00 p.m.
The Black Nazarene Prayer Groups meets every second Saturday of the month in the Lower Church at 1:00 p.m.


Every First Saturday of the Month at 8:00 a.m. Due to the large number of usual attendance, they will meet virtually to comply with the health guidelines which are still in effect.


Second Saturday of the month
Recitation of the Holy Rosary immediately after the 9:00 a.m. Mass.


Members are making Rosaries at home. To request supplies and/or pick up Rosaries, please e-mail:

Next Meeting: To be announced.

Los miembros estan haciendo Rosarios en casa. Para pedir
materiales o recojer Rosarios, contacten por correo electronico:

Próxima reunion: Será anunciado.

Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m.
The group gathers in the front pews on the Tabernacle side


On-line Faith Formation Classes are held on Sundays from 8:30 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. The classes run from September through May.

To register your child, please call the Parish Office at 718-335-2626, Ext. 13, to make an appointment.

You may also register your child on-line at:

For more information about registration or if you would be interested in volunteering for the Faith Formation Program, please contact Mrs. Maria Gallo, DRE at 718-335-2626 Ext. 13 or e-mail at


Are you unbaptized adult but want to be baptized in the Catholic Church? Or, are you baptized non-Catholic who desires to be a Catholic? Or, are you baptized Catholic in need of the Sacrament of Confirmation?

The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) is the place for you.

For more information please call the Parish Office at 718-335-2626.

Important Meetings Religious Education
Proximate Preparation for Confirmation students and parents
Sunday, March 13th at 8:30 a.m. in the lower church followed by
the 10:00 a.m. Mass.

Proximate Preparation for First Communion students and parents Sunday, March 20th at 8:30 a.m. in the lower church followed by the 10:00 a.m. Mass.