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St. Mary of the Assumption Parish!

You are welcome to browse our site and find information on the many facets of our parish life!  Please take a look at the calendar, as well, to find out what is coming up!


 November 2nd, now properly called “The Commemoration of All The Faithful Departed” in the language of the liturgy, is celebrated on Sunday this year. Because of its importance it takes precedence over the regularly scheduled liturgy of “The Thirty First Sunday in Ordinary Time” with its vestments of green. This is the day when we remember all of our loved ones who have passed from this world to the glory of the kingdom. We remember most especially all those who were buried from our parish church during this past year at this weekend’s special 6:00 pm liturgy on Saturday evening. We invite all parishioners to keep in their prayers those who have lost a loved one during this past year as we remember all the faithfully departed at all of today’s liturgies.

All Saint’s Day

On Saturday, November 1st, we will celebrate All Saints Day, one of the six holy days of the ten universal holy days of the Roman Catholic Church that is celebrated in the United States. For those who would like to maintain their commitment to this day, we will have two liturgies on Saturday morning at 8:00 am and 10:00 am. Come, join our Community of Faith as we remember the saints of old and see them as models for our lives!

Liturgy Aid

This week’s Liturgy Aid may be found here. Next week’s and former liturgy aids may be found on their own page. You may access it here.


Teaching Liturgy Homily

Open School Registration

If you are looking for a quality Catholic Education, our school is top notch! You will find forms and information here.

Registration is Always Open!

Are you a “registered” member of the Parish Family?  “Registration” means that you are NOW a member of the Parish Family — not to be confused with all those who received their sacraments here at one time but are no longer members NOW. One indication of registration is that you get the mailings that we send to all registered homes. If you do not, we ask that you stop in at the rectory and take a few moments to register so that we can share with you all the facets of our parish life.

Parish Staff

Mr. Francis Dadowski, Deacon

Ms. Rhodora M. Donahue, Youth Minister Mentor

Mr. James Finn, Pastoral Associate

Mr. Robert Kardasz, Director of Music Ministries

Father John Marcucci, Pastor

Father Mariusz  Mularczyk, Parochial Vicar

Mr. Kevin O’Connor, Seminarian

Ms. Antoinette Pilarski, Principal

Sister Lois Spinnenweber, CDP, Apostolate Minister

Miss Rose Stegman, Director of Faith Formation