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From The Desk Of Father Steven

Each year, from January 18-25, Christians throughout the world celebrate the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. Christians around the world are invited to pray for the unity of all…[read more]

Basilian Bicentennial

As the Basilian Fathers continue their bicentennial celebrations, we invite you to join us as we commemorate two of our secondary patrons. At the Noon Mass at…[read more]

2021 Tax Receipts—It’s that time again…any changes?

If there are any changes such as address, incorrect spelling of your name, or anything else, please let Sally know either by at smcquaid@dol.ca or contact the office at…[read more]

Catholic Women’s League Notice

Happy New Year! It is hard to believe that it has been 2 years since the Catholic Women’s League at Our Lady of the Assumption was officially reactivated, however…[read more]

Office Closed

Effective immediately, our Family of Parish offices at Assumption Church and St. Angela Church are closed to the public. Staff will continue to be available by email and…[read more]

COVID-19 Update from Auxiliary Bishop Dabrowski

In light of the information released by the Province of Ontario on Monday, it is necessary to update our protocols. The changes are things we have seen before, but…[read more]

Our Lady of the Assumption Parish, a Roman Catholic Parish in the Diocese of London Ontario, acknowledges that Assumption church sits on the traditional territory of the Three Fires Confederacy. The Huron, who were given refuge by the Three Fires Confederacy, shared this land with Assumption Parish in order to establish the first Catholic parish in Canada west of Montreal.