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

Upcoming Events

Sun October 26
Holiday Treasures Craft Fair
Family Center/Gym
Wed November 5
Boy Scout - Rigatoni Dinner
Family Center/Gym
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Church of the Assumption

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Boy Scout - Rigatoni Dinner


is hosting…

Our 12TH Annual…

Wednesday, November 5th

Assumption Family Center, 9183 Broadview Road
from 4:00 -7:00pm   (Carry-out available)
Menu: Rigatoni, Meatballs, Bread, Salad, Dessert, Coffee/Tea
Also available: Water or pop for $1.00

Adult Dinner: $8 ~~ Senior & Children: $6
Tickets can be purchased through the Boy Scouts after Masses or

by calling
  Renee 440 526-6074 or Judy 330 659-4315

Let us serve you a delicious dinner prepared by the families & Boys of Boy Scout Troop 810

On-Line Donations


To schedule on-line donations go to www.parishpay.com


The Anointing of the Sick Mass will be October 26 at the 12:15 Mass.




For CYO forms click  'Full Detailed Calendar' above

For more information e-mail assumptioncyo@yahoo.com or call Gerry at 440 659-7322

Garden of Memories

Garden of Memories

  • Click on 'Full Detail Calendar' (above) to download a copy of the 'Garden of Memories' Form

Assumption Registration Form

Assumption Church Registration Form

  • See 'Full Detailed Calendar' (above) to download a copy of the Registration Form

Holiday Treasures Craft Fair


Presents the...
8:30a.m. – 3:00p.m.


Come and start your Christmas shopping early by attending the Assumption Altar & Rosary 33rd Annual Craft Fair.  We have many different types of vendors from Jewelry, Purses, Crocheted Kitchen Towels, Memory Boards even Fleece for your dogs. 

You can sit back and enjoy a delicious homemade lunch that the Alter & Rosary ladies have prepared and listen to the holiday music.  Don’t forget to purchase our tastey homemade bakery. yummmmm

Bring your kids to the Craft Fair
We will have 'Magic Mike' - he will be making balloon figures and a    'Magic Show'.

One of our vendors, Brian Becker, will be spinning tops.

For more information call Nancy or Rosie at 440 526-5216

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A Note from the Pastor

The National Federation of Priests’ Councils has set today, October 26, 2014, as National Priesthood Sunday.  The celebration creates an opportunity for us as a Catholic community to offer prayer and support for the gift of priesthood and the generous men who serve the Church. National Priesthood Sunday is a moment to celebrate priesthood and promote vocations to the priesthood and religious life.

We, the priests of Assumption Parish, would like to thank you for all the generosity you manifest to us on a regular basis.  Our hearts are often touched by the affection we receive.  All of you hold a special place in our hearts and we feel honored to serve as your priests.

If we were to ask anything further of you on this special day, it would be for your continued prayers, cooperation and support.  Pray for the grace for us to live up to the high calling to which God invited us when he gifted us with his priesthood.  At the Abbey, there are several seminarians in the course of study in preparation for ordination.  Please remember these young men in your prayers so that they may persevere on their journey of serving God and His people as Benedictine priests.  Let us also remember especially Brother Thomas as he prepares for ordination to the diaconate this year, the last year of his preparation for ordination to the priesthood.

One last important note: if your sons or daughters feel themselves called to the priesthood or religious life, by all means foster this call by supporting them.  We want the sacraments to be available to us when we need them but; sadly enough, we discourage those with vocations.  Remember, the vocations you foster and support today will benefit us tomorrow.

This Saturday, November 1st, is the Feast of All Saints.  Mass is at 8:30am as on any other Saturday morning because there is no obligation to attend Mass when this feast falls on a Saturday.
Sunday, November 2nd, is the Feast of All Souls.  We will maintain the usual Sunday schedule of Masses for this day.  The 12:15 Mass will be a special Mass where we will welcome the monks of St. Andrew Abbey for their Annual Benefit.  This Mass will be celebrated by Abbot Gary who was just elected and blessed several weeks ago. 

The Annual Memorial Mass commemorating the deceased from our parish from the past year will be Saturday morning, November 8th at 11:00am.

Please join us in celebrating these important days in the life of the church.