Entrusted by Christ with the mission of bringing the Good News to all, we the multilingual family of Our Lady of Assumption, joyfully declare to love and honor God and another. We desire to grow in our faith and strive to serve the needs of others with the help of the Virgin Mary. We seek to be a parish in which all can find a true home, welcoming all nationalities and cultures to serve God as one.

Through the celebration of the Eucharist, we accept as our goals:

to live our life according to our faith ~ to share our faith with others and teach by example ~ to serve and nourish the needs of others
to support one another in spiritual growth ~ to strengthen and inspire our Parish family

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Dear Parents,
We apologize for the delay that we are having this year. Especially to parents who signed up their child on time.

The 2015-2016 School Year will start on September 29th.

Tuesdays 4:45 PM to 5:45 PM

Will meet all children from First Grade to Sixth Grade who attend the following Public Schools:
• Susan E Wiley
• Deauville Garden West
• Albany Avenue
• William Rall
• All Babylon Elementary Schools
• Copiague Middle School
• Babylon Middle School. B
Wednesdays 4:45 PM to 5:45 PM
Will meet all children from First Grade to Sixth Grade who attend the following Public Schools:
• Deauville Garden East
• Great Neck Road
• Alleghany Avenue
• Daniel Street
• Harding Avenue
• West Gates
• All Amityville Elementary Schools
• & Others (Elementary Schools)
• Lindenhurst Middle School
• Amityville Middle School
• & Others (Middle Schools)


Seventh Grade will meet on Tuesdays from 6:45 PM to 8 PM
Eighth Grade will meet on Wednesdays from 6:45 PM to 8 PM

The schedule for these classes will be announced.



 A Note on Religious Education:

 The Catholic Church recognizes that parents are, by nature, the primary teachers of their children in all matters, including religion.  Parents pass on religious values by word and example in everyday life.  But the Church also recognizes the need for a formal process to ensure that the Faith is handed on in a more complete way, and is formed in the children as strongly and correctly as possible.  

Included in this process are education, prayer and the sacraments.  In large part, these constitute the work of our Religious Education Program where your children are prepared for the Christian life, and grow in both knowledge and grace.  However, it should be obvious that the teaching by parents and the teaching in the parish complement each other and can only be successful through cooperation and shared belief.  It is a joint responsibility.