Weekend Mass

Mass Schedule

Mass is at 4:30PM Saturday and 9:30AM Sunday.

If you are not able to attend Mass in person, the 9:30 Mass is live streamed each Sunday.

Readings and background for Grades 1-3, 4-6, 7-8 and Family.

4th Sunday in Ordinary Time, January 29, Readings, USCCB

“Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.”

Matthew 5:3

Some of the Beatitudes can be difficult to understand by our modern language meanings. The phrase “poor in spirit” speaks of a spiritual condition of poverty. It describes a person who recognizes his or her need for God. Those who do rely on God realize that God is at the center of all things are one in the kingdom of God.

How to give when you can't get to Mass

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Assumption, 3516 E. Monroe, Midland, MI 48642

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Live Stream Schedules

Our 9:30 Mass is live on YouTube

If you are not able to attend Mass in person, we welcome you to join us each Sunday at 9:30AM. Watch and pray with us via your phone, tablet, computer, or smart TV. We look forward to having you with us! Subscribe to the Assumption YouTube Channel to stay in touch with other events that will be streamed live.

Alternatively, Mass is also live streamed from the Cathedral Monday through Saturday at 8:00AM and Sunday at 10:30AM.

Liturgy of the Word, Liturgy of the Eucharist

Worship Schedule
as of September 2022

Weekdays

Tuesday

  • 8:00am Mass

  • 8:30am Rosary

Wednesday

  • 6:30pm Mass

  • 7–9pm Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

  • 7–9pm Reconciliation

Thursday–Saturday

  • 8:00am Mass

  • 8:30am Rosary

  • Saturday 8:30–9:30am Reconciliation

Weekend Liturgy

  • Saturday 4:30pm

  • Sunday 9:30am

Reconciliation is also available by appointment.

Please note that if the Midland Public Schools are closed or on delay, weekday Mass is cancelled.

The church doors will be opened weekdays from 8:30AM–4:00PM if you are in need of a quiet place to pray or meditate.

"The purpose of the sacraments is to sanctify men, to build up the Body of Christ and, finally, to give worship to God. ... That is why they are called 'sacraments of faith." (Catholic Catechism 1123)