Mass Announcements
Sunday Mass has resumed at the regularly scheduled times
Sunday Mass will be live-streamed on our facebook page at 9am,
and later uploaded to our parish youtube page.
Link to our youtube channel can be found under the "Online and TV Mass Resources" tab.   Link to facebook page can be found by clicking the Facebook icon next to the search bar.


Habemus Episcopum!

We Have a Bishop!

Pastor David Bonnar Appointed Bishop Of Youngstown Diocese By Pope Francis

Father David Bonnar, pastor of Saint Aidan Parish in Wexford has been appointed to become the Bishop of the Diocese of Youngstown. Father Bonnar was appointed by Pope Francis with an announcement made Tuesday morning. “I am overwhelmed by the trust and confidence the Holy Father has placed in me in appointing me the Bishop of Youngstown. It is humbling following a long line of Pittsburgh priests that include Cardinal Maida, Cardinal Wuerl, Cardinal DiNardo, Archbishop Hebda, Bishop Bosco, Bishop Tobin, Bishop Zubik, Bishop Burns, and Bishop Bradley, who have been called to shepherd and serve the Church beyond our diocese,” said Father Bonnar in a press release.

Please keep Father Bonnar in your Prayers.

A message from Fr Daniel about the vaccine

I have received a number of calls and letters concerning the development of the new COVID-19 vaccines and their connection to using cell lines of aborted fetal tissue.  To briefly summarize, the bishop's conference has concluded that,

"Neither the Pfizer nor the Moderna vaccine involved the use of cell lines that originated in fetal tissue taken from the body of an aborted baby at any level of design, development, or production. They are not completely free from any connection to abortion, however, as both Pfizer and Moderna made use of a tainted cell line for one of the confirmatory labtests of their products.There is thus a connection, but it is relatively remote." 

Some are asserting that if a vaccine is connected in any way with tainted cell lines then it is immoral to be vaccinated with them. This is an inaccurate portrayal of Catholic moral teaching.

Thus,“In view of the gravity of the current pandemic and the lack of availability of alternative vaccines, the reasons to accept the new COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna are sufficiently serious to justify their use, despite their remote connection to morally compromised cell lines."  However, the bishops have said that this is not the case for the AstraZeneca vaccine, which is much more morally compromised, and should be avoided.

I am providing links to the full statements of the US Bishop's and teachings on this matter, which I hope will help to remove any misgivings you might have about these vaccines.



Wednesdays 5:30-6:00pm

Saturdays 3:00-3:30pm

Mass Reopening Guidelines

Public worship is set to resume on Pentecost Weekend, May 30th/31st.  Mass times remain the same.  The following file contains guidelines that will be implemented as parishes begin to reopen for public worship in the Youngstown Diocese.  Please read through this file carefully.  A later file/video will be posted that will detail guidelines specifically for Assumption Church.

Church Reopening Guidelines

Mass Reopening Video Guidelines

The following video gives some basic guidelines and protocols here at Assumption as we prepare to reopen our church for public worship.

Mass Reopening Protocols as Assumption

Pope Francis on the Rosary

Pope Francis' short letter on the rosary, including two new prayers to be said at the end of each rosary.

Click here for Information

Letter from Bishop Murry

Click image below to read the Letter 

Mass Times

Saturday 4:30 pm

Sunday 9:00am & 11:00 am

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8:30 am


Online Giving

We have a second collection on Aug. 18th. Please click donate online to set up your gift. 

Office Hours

Monday 9am-3pm
Tuesday 9am-3pm
Wednesday 9am-3pm
Thursday 9am-3pm
Friday 9am-3pm




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Upcoming Events

Every Wednesday Confession will be offered from 5:30-6:30pm. 


Just in time for summer, all who come to donate in May will be automatically entered for a chance to win a travel trailer camper, powered by Suburban Propane. The lucky winner will receive a Coachmen Clipper travel trailer camper that sleeps five and is ready to take friends and family on a road trip of a lifetime. The winner must provide a tow vehicle with the appropriate tow capacity for use with the prize vehicle at all times, i.e., such as a full-sized truck or SUV, in order to take delivery of the Prize (2021 Coachmen Clipper Cadet 21CBH, estimated at 5,000 pounds). Terms and conditions apply; visit

In addition to the monthlong promotion, those who come to give May 1-15 will receive a $5 Gift Card by email, also courtesy of Suburban Propane. Those who come to give between May 28 and June 13 will receive a limited-edition Red Cross T-shirt, while supplies last.

     Knights of Columbus is Hosting a Blood Drive at our home hall, May 6, 2021 from 2:00pm until 7:00pm, located at 6113 N Ridge W Rd, Geneva, 44041. Blood donors are needed on the schedule. Please share this opportunity to help others so we can keep the Red Cross staff busy. COVID-19 Protocols include temperature taken on entrance and a mask is required. Home-made snacks will be served. Coupon for a free Scribblers regular coffee or tea will be given to donors.

   A listing of Sponsors and local businesses who have donated $20.00 or more and/or auction items, to raise funds for the Geneva-Madison Food Banks will be posted. Please donate blood or be a sponsor to help the hungry. Checks made out to:  Knights of Columbus #5286


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