Notre Dame de l’Assomption Cathedral
815 Kitchener Street
P.O. Box 817
Hearst ON P0L 1N0
Tel.: (705) 362-4042
Fax: (705) 362-4650
Email: email@example.com 
Administrative Assistant: Cloé Lepage St. Amour
We are now open from Monday to Friday – 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Pastors are available by appointment Tuesday to Friday.
This information is provided in your weekly parish bulletin.
Baptisms: please notify us as soon as possible after birth. Baptism is usually celebrated on Sunday, but other arrangements can be made.
Weddings: to allow for preparation, please meet the priest at least six months before your wedding.
Sacrament of Reconciliation: at the rectory or weekdays before masses.
Sacrament of the Sick: if someone is sick at home, do not hesitate to call the priest.
The weekend bilingual masses are broadcast on our Facebook page for viewing.
Thank you for your support in these difficult times.
You can add your own special intentions on our Facebook page and we will pray for you. May God bless you all and heal our land, Amen!
How to support your Notre-Dame-de l’Assomption Parish during the containment required by the Covid-19 pandemic
Thank you for your support during these difficult times.
Special Collections 2020
Please note the following poster “Health and Safety Rules to Protect Against Covid-19 At The Entrance And In The Church”, as provided by the Catholic Church of Montreal . (Click on the poster to enlarge)
June 17, 2020
Attention all priests and parishioners of the Hearst-Moosonee diocese.
The Diocese is looking at the possibility of organizing an ecumenical celebration in each area of the diocese once we are freed from constraints of government restrictions. This would be for ALL Catholic and non-Catholic people who have lost a loved one during this pandemic.
For additional details, please refer to the following June 17, 2020 letter from Bishop Robert Bourgon. To show your interest and to better prepare for those celebrations you are invited to contact the Bishop’s office.
June 9, 2020
As you have certainly heard in the media, the churches have received government approval to celebrate Sunday and daily masses with social distancing starting this Friday, June 12 at 12:01 pm. The government allows us to accommodate 30% of the capacity of the church with the distance of 2 meters or 6 feet between each person.
Now that our Sunday and weekday masses can resume, we ask that you take note of a few small changes in our celebrations, at least until all the COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
More detailed information concerning “church operations during pandemic emergency situations” is available on
March 19, 2020
As you know, everything is changing rapidly and new clearer directives from the Porcupine Health Unit have been issued concerning churches. Our diocese is therefore following these new directives concerning Masses and all gatherings.
For your information, please review the following most recent March 17, 2020 directives/communique from the Porcupine Health Unit :
Refer to the weekly bulletin for all monthly activities for the Hearst Action Club (Club Action Hearst); Groupe Joie de Vivre – Al-Anon (Joy of Life Al-Anon Group) ; the Knights of Columbus and the Daughters of Isabella.