Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church

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Welcome back to Mass in church!

WEEKEND MASSES ARE CELEBRATED INDOORS. All Masses are held in the church:  Saturday at 4:30 p.m. also livestreamed; Sunday at 7 a.m., 9 a.m., 11 a.m.,  1 p.m. (Spanish), 3 p.m. (Vietnamese) and 5:30 p.m. (Teen/Young Adult). Daily Mass at 8 a.m. is in the church and livestreamed. Additional Masses at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. NOTE: Masks are required for everyone indoors. Social distancing is no longer required.  Click here for livestream Masses on OLA YouTube. Click MASS TIMES at the top of this page for complete safety guidelines.

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Alternative Gift Market

Welcome to a world of Christmas giving that is Christ-centered! An OLA tradition for 36 years, the Alternative Gift Christmas Market is open to donors through Monday, Dec. 20. Come to the parish office to complete the shopping list featuring 15 helping agencies that are local and international. Find something for everyone on your list! Click the headline to View/Print the Shopping List or make a donation online.
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OLA YouTube Channel

Those unable to attend Mass in person may tune in to our daily live-streamed Masses Saturday at 4 p.m. and weekdays at 8 a.m. (Mon-Sat). CLICK the headline above to access the YouTube Channel for all options, including weekly Wednesday Night Worship (musical prayer/praise), and some funerals.
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Laudato Si Action

The California Conference of Catholic Bishops is joining Pope Francis in the launch of the Laudato Si Action Platform. Kick off is Nov. 14. The platform is seven goals to spur a world-wide effort to mobilize Catholics to take action on the environment over seven years. Learn more about how YOU can be involved! Click the headline to begin.
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Vaccination News

Catholics are encouraged to receive the life-saving Covid-19 vaccination. In California, vaccinations are available to anyone 12 years and older. Pfizer booster shots are now available to seniors age 65+ or those who are immuno-compromised. CLICK the headline for links to reservations, FAQs for teens, free rides for disabled persons, and information on the Church's permission to be vaccinated.
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Fast Facts

5,200 Registered Households
1947 year OLA was established
3 language communities with masses in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese
70 active parish ministries and organizations
7 coordinating councils meet monthly on leadership night


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