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St. Mary of the Assumption Parish

Welcome! Please browse our site to find information on the many facets of parish life!

Feast of the Assumption Holy Day Schedule

August 14: 7:00 pm Vigil Liturgy followed by an Ice Cream Social and Prayer Service
August 15: Liturgies at 7:00 am, 10:00 am, and 7:00 pm; Eucharistic Adoration (see details below) following the 10:00 am Liturgy

Eucharistic Adoration

Thursday, August 15, 2018, after the 10:00 am Liturgy until 6:30 pm. Following Adoration there will be Benediction and a Liturgy at 7:00 pm for the Holy Day. 


On Mission For The Church Alive! 

St. Mary of the Assumption and St. Ursula are combining to form a new parish. Fr. Tim has been appointed the administrator, Fr. Ernie Strzelinski (from St. Ursula) is the parochial vicar, Fr. Joe Luisi is a parish chaplain, and Fr. John McKenna is a parish chaplin. Deacon Fran remains with us, as does Deacon Richard Ernst who has been the deacon at St. Ursula. We are excited to see what the future holds come October 2018! Visit OnMissionCurchAlive.org for all of the new parish groupings and priest assignments. Sometimes change is thrust upon us, but how we choose to respond is up to us! 


Mass Intentions:

The 2019 book will open sometime in the fall of 2018 once the parishes are merged and a new liturgy schedule is set. As per the Diocese of Pittsburgh, in light of the On Mission for The Church Alive! initiative, Mass schedules in parishes around the Diocese of Pittsburgh are subject to change sometime after July 2018. If you have intentions scheduled after July, please be aware that the date, time, or even location are subject to change. Additionally, there is a possibility that the intention might be combined with another intention at the same Mass.


Shipwrecked Bible Camp

July 30 – August 3, 2018
Please click here for an informational letter and click here for the registration form.


31 Club

The 31 CLUB is a response to the Lord who asks us to pray for an increase in priestly vocations. St. Mary of the Assumption Parish is looking for one hundred people to participate in the 31 Club. In becoming a 31 Club member, you are committing to praying one Rosary, one day a month, on the same date for an increase of Priestly vocations in the Diocese. Please click here for a form, print it, and return to the rectory.


Bulletin & Liturgy Aid via E-Mail

If you or anyone you know would like the bulletin and the Liturgy Aid e-mailed, please sign up by sending an e-mail with the subject line SUBSCRIBE to saintmarynews2510@gmail.com. St. Mary’s will not sell or give out your e-mail address. You also may unsubscribe anytime – there will be directions with each e-mail.


 Liturgy Aid

The current Liturgy Aid may be found here. Former liturgy aids may be found on their own page. You may access them here.


Registration – 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 monthly envelopes. 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.

Rectory Office Hours

Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 7:00 pm


Parish Staff

Father Timothy F. Whalen, Pastor

Mr. Francis Dadowski, Deacon

Mr. Robert Kardasz, Director of Music Ministries

Sister Lois Spinnenweber, CDP, Apostolate Minister

Miss Rose Stegman, Director of Faith Formation

Miss Edith Bishop, Pastoral Associate and Director of Evangelization