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A member of the Windsor Heritage Catholic Family of Parishes


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From The Desk Of Father Steven: May 15th, 2022

“I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another. By this everyone will know that you…[read more]

Do you have a gift for sewing crocheting or knitting? 

Do you have a gift for sewing crocheting or knitting?  Would you like to offer that gift to the baptisms of children in our family of parishes?  We are looking…[read more]

Diocesan Pastoral Council

Earlier this year, Bishop Fabbro announced his intention to revive the Diocesan Pastoral Council, which is a consultative body made up of Lay Faithful that will act as an additional…[read more]

Live Streaming Help Wanted

We are looking volunteers to help with the live streaming of mass at Assumption Church. If you’re interested or for more information, you can email Father Steven at…[read more]

Announcement of Dates and Hub Cities for Papal Visit to Canada

Earlier today, the Vatican formally announced that Pope Francis will travel to Canada from July 24-29, 2022. The historic visit, focused on Indigenous healing and reconciliation, will…[read more]

From The Desk Of Father Steven: May 8th, 2022

This Sunday is a busy Sunday in the Church! This weekend, we celebrate Good Shepherd Sunday, we mark the World Day of Prayer for Vocations, and we also celebrate…[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.