Church of the Assumption
We, the Church of the Assumption, are a Christ-centered people who raise each other up through Worship, Spiritual Development, Education and Outreach.

9183 Broadview Road
Broadview Heights, OH 44147
Rectory (440) 526-1177
School (440) 526-4877

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For on-line donations (e-donations) go to:  www.parishpay.com
and follow the directions.


Feast of The Assumption 'West'
Church of the Assumption - 9183 Broadview Rd,  Broadview Hts

August  5th,  6th  &  7th          
Friday 5:00-11:00pm 
* Saturday 1:00-11:00pm * Sunday 1:00-9:00pm
Opening Ceremony Friday 5:30 pm
  * Live Music * Games * Entertainment Beer & Wine Garden * Arts & Craft Vendors * Delicious Food * Magic Mike, Chinese Auction, Instants, Casino, Rock n Roll Car Show

B I G...  $5,000  RAFFLE

SUNDAY: Chicken & Rib Dinners - Serving time 2:00pm until they last 

Saturday, August 6 at 1:30 pm  *  Rain Date Sunday
9900 Royalton Rd., North Royalton, Oh --- 440 582-3850
Cash Drawings, Trophies and Door Prizes
For more info call: Joe 440-838-1186 or cowboy6guns@gmail.com 

AIR CONDITIONED HALL *** Doors Open Friday & Saturday 6 pm * Sunday 4 pm Texas Hold’em* More Than 50% of Total Entry Fees Returned To Players Texas Hold’em – No Limit  *  Tournaments: Fri & Saturday @ 7:00pm & Sunday @ 6:00pm
$1 - $3 BlackJack  *  $1 - $3 Let-It-Ride
For more info call: Jim 440 457-7353 or  j.phelps19@att.net

Must be Eighteen Years (18) or older to play in any casino games.  ID is required.
Use of CELL PHONES or other ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT will NOT BE Permitted at the tables.

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Start off the new year with a new habit ... using gift cards for your daily purchases.  With each purchase Assumption earns a profit!  It's easy to do.  See what is available during business hours at the Rectory by clicking on the form below.

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A Note from the Pastor

As we celebrate Independence Day this weekend, let us remember that all freedom comes as a result of great sacrifice and that  we must be willing to sacrifice if we are to attain and preserve this freedom.  Many people have the mistaken impression that freedom mean that I can do whatever I want, when I want, and how I want.  This is why there is so much trouble and chaos in the world.

God given freedom, which is the freedom envisioned by the Declaration of Independence, is our empowerment to respect one another’s rights and to assist each other in our task of fulfilling God’s plan for our lives.  When this mutual respect and assistance become a reality, the life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness follow as a natural result.

Picnics, fireworks, and games will be our chief occupations on this holiday. 
But at Mass today and for a few moments today, let’s stop and thank God for the freedoms and rights we have as  citizens of the United States of America.  Let’s not forget the men and women fighting for freedom in trouble spots of the world but ask God to shield them under the protection of his mighty arm that shatters the weapons of war and lead us all to accept the gentle rule of the King of Peace.

A Blessed and Happy Independence Day to All!!