Roman Catholic Church of the
113 Chiego Place
Roselle Park, New Jersey 07204
WELCOME FROM OUR PASTOR
The Church of the Assumption was founded on January 15, 1907 for a small group of Italian immigrants living in Roselle Park, New Jersey.
The small community outgrew both the first and second Church buildings. On August 20, 1955, the present Church was dedicated and the doors opened to welcome new generations of Roselle Park residents seeking to be a part of this vibrant community of faith.
We are the heirs of those early, devoted Catholics who made great sacrifices to prepare a place for us to worship God and come together in Christ, empowered by the Holy Spirit.
You are welcome to join us as we continue this journey of faith. Come worship with us and join our family where everyone is at home.
Rev. James F. Spera
Adopt-A-Brick engraved with your name, or the name of a loved one, and become part of Church of the Assumption Brick Walkway. Please click HERE for more information and Order form.
Church of the Assumption Parish Family Cookbooks
The holidays are almost here! Are you looking for a new recipe? Or a unique gift idea? A limited number of Church of the Assumption Parish Family Cookbooks are still available for $10.00 each. They can be purchased at the Parish Office or at Mary's Grotto.
Christmas and New Year Mass Schedule
Christmas Eve, December 24
- 4:00 pm Mass & Midnight Mass
Christmas Day, The Nativity of the Lord, December 25
- 8:00 am, 10:30 am and 12 noon Masses
New Year's Eve, December 31
New Year's Day, The Solemnity of Mary, the Holy Mother of God
- 8:00 am and 10:30 am Masses
In response to the Holy Father’s call to incorporate the thoughts of the laity into the work of the Extraordinary Synod on the Family in October 2014, the Archdiocese has prepared an online version of the Survey on Pastoral Challenges to the Family in the Context of Evangelization.
A link to the survey is located on the Archdiocesan website – http://www.rcan.org. Both the English and Spanish version of the survey is available for completion now.
All people in our parish are encouraged to visit the website, read the document from the Vatican on The Pastoral Challenges to the Family in the Context of Evangelization, and take the survey.
The survey will be up through December 15, at which time all responses gathered to date will be compiled and presented to the US Conference of Catholic Bishops to be incorporated into a single document from the Conference.
Thank you for participating in this momentous effort in the life of the Church.
Rev. James F. Spera