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Work In The Assumption Church Attic Continues

Work in the attic on the west side of Assumption Church continues. Our General Contractor Pupatello and Sons are just about finished the new catwalk system. …[read more]

From The Desk Of Father Steven

When I was six years old, I got my first pair of glasses. The first time I put them on I was amazed at how differently I saw the world….[read more]

World Mission Sunday

Each year at this time, we are called to focus our attention on the great needs of the Church in the Developing World. This year’s scriptural theme, “We cannot but…[read more]

Annual Giving Tree

Help a local family in need this Christmas The Giving Tree is an annual project that brings hope and support to those families in need. Our annual…[read more]

Trunk or Treat

This year we would like to put on a Halloween event for the children of our parishes.  It is called TRUNK or TREAT.    It will…[read more]

Assumption Fifth Report Submitted By Paul Mullins

Here is an update on the ongoing restoration of Assumption Parish by Paul Mullins. Click here to view the report…[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.