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The Church of the Assumption of Our Blessed Lady was built on the site of the present-day friary and its cornerstone laid on August 15, 1926, the feast of Our Lady of the Assumption.  Fr. Edwin Garrity, OFM, the first pastor, celebrated the opening Mass on Nov. 28, 1926.

Ninety years later, under the guidance of Fr. Richard Mucowski, OFM, pastor the Church of the Assumption of Our Blessed Lady remains a vibrant and growing community dedicated to the core Franciscan values of service, humility, peacemaking, contemplation and collegiality.

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If there was a reviewing system for homilies, Cardinal Tobin's explanation of the Holy Trinity would definitely get five stars.

If you couldn't be with us for the 90th Anniversary Closing Mass, you shouldn't miss this!

If you were there, you know how amazingly simple yet infintely mysterious Cardinal Tobin's words were.

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Mass Schedule


Saturday    7:30AM, 5:30PM
Sunday   8:00AM, 9:30AM, 11:00AM


  Monday - Friday    7:30AM
During Lent  7:30AM, 12:10PM


Holy Day  
7:30AM, 12:10PM   
 Vigil  7:30PM

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Food Pantry 

We are also in need of soups, stews, peanut butter, jelly, pasta sauce, canned meats, Dak ham, beans.  Cleaning supplies and personal care items are also greatly appreciated.

Donations can be left in the grey box in the church vestibule.

Food Pantry

​Wednesday 10:45AM
Hayes Center

Donations of non-perishable food and drink items can be dropped off anytime in the storage bin in the  rear of the church.

 Check the bulletin each week for urgently needed items.

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