Black History Month

Assumption University

Fr. Simon Njuguna, A.A.

Kenyan Born Assumptionist Fr. Simon Njuguna to Preside and Preach

Assumption’s annual Black History Month Mass will be celebrated this Sunday, February 18 at 10 AM in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit. Assumptionist Father Simon Njuguna, who is originally from Kenya and now serves as the superior of the Assumptionist Center in Brighton, Massachusetts, will preside and preach at the Mass.

St. Andrews African Choir

St. Andrews African Choir to Lead Music

The African Choir from St. Andrews Church in Worcester will lead the music at the Black History Month Mass. This choir, which was at Assumption this past summer to lead the music for the farewell Mass for Fr. Michel Kalumba, A.A., includes musicians from various African countries. A reception will follow the Mass in the Lauring Community Room in the Tinsley Campus Ministry Center.

Sister Nuala Cotter

Sister Nuala Cotter Featured in Global Sisters Report

Religious of the Assumption Sister Nuala Cotter speaks about her time teaching at Assumption, her religious vocation, and her current ministry in a February 15 Global Sisters Report article that can be seen by clicking here. Sr. Nuala is actively involved in liturgies in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit as a lector and Communion minister and contributes in other important ways to the work of Campus Ministry at Assumption. Congratulations Sister Nuala!