Collaborative Ministries

 

Knights & Ladies of St. Peter Claver
Court 218 - Domicile Immaculate Conception Church

To find out more about the Knights and Ladies of St. Peter Claver, or for information on how to become a member, please visit http://www.kofpc.org.

Legion of Mary
Under the spiritual guidance of Father Jaime Tolang, the group's purpose is to work with ordinary Catholic parishioners to increase their faith through prayers and service with The Blessed Virgin Mary, our Patroness and Protector.  Our Legion of Mary members have visited nursing homes and hospitals throughout Seattle's Central Area, assisting priests and bringing communion to Catholic residents as well as providing residents with rosaries, miraculous medals and prayer cards.  Members have also made home visitations, bringing the Holy Eucharist to homebound, elderly and sick parishioners.  In a time of death, they lead the Rosary for the deceased.  And in honor of our Patroness and Procter, we have two visiting Pilgrim Virgin statues going around the parish, from home to home in and around Seattle every 2 weeks. The host family prays the rosary every night with their family and friends.

If you are interested in becoming a Legion of Mary member, please contact the parish office.  The group meets every Sunday at 11:00AM in the School Hall.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saint Pedro Calungsod Guild
The Blessed Peter Calungsod Guild was established in March 12, 2005 in Immaculate Conception Parish and incorporated May 31, 2005 in the state of Washington.  The Guild was founded for Filipino American Catholics to search, discover and discuss traditions, customs and changes in the American Catholic Church for practical Christian living.  The Guild's name will be legally changed to St. Peter Calungsod Guild when he will be canonized on October 21, 212 in the Vatican City by Pope Benedict XIV.  His canonization will make Peter Calungsod the 2nd saint in Catholic history of Filipino origin (the first being St. Lorenzo Ruiz of Manila).

*Blessed Pedro Calungsod (c. 1654[1] – April 2, 1672) was a young Roman Catholic Filipino migrant, sacristan and missionary catechist, who along with Blessed Diego Luis de San Vitores, suffered religious persecution and martyrdom on Guam for their missionary work in 1672. Through Calungsod and San Vitores' missionary efforts, many native Chamorros converted to Roman Catholicism. Calungsod was beatified on March 5, 2000 by Blessed Pope John Paul II. On February 18, 2012, Pope Benedict XVI officially announced at Saint Peter's Basilica that Calungsod will be canonized on October 21, 2012.  His feast day is celebrated on April 2nd.

If you would like to join the Guild, please contact the parish office. A Facebook page has been set up for those interested in learning more about the guild - please visit www.facebook.com/pages/Blessed-Peter-Calungsod-Guild/354554067921781 and be sure to "like" the page for updates.

*the above text taken from  wikipedia.com

St Vincent de Paul Society: 
We have a dedicated group of Vincentians who look forward to serving our neighbors in their time of need. If you feel called to help others, please consider joining us at our meetings to learn more about how St. Vincent de Paul helps in our community. The group meets every 2nd and 4th Sunday after the 10:00AM Mass in the St. Vincent de Paul Room of the rectory basement.

Thank you for your help over the years and for contributing to our Conference by using your envelopes. Your financial support gives us the ability to assist people with rent, utility bills, food, medicine and other needs and we appreciate your willingness to help.

If you, or someone you know is in need of assistance, please contact our helpline at 206.767.6449.

 

 

 

Collaborative Ministries:

These ministries are separately incorporated, but work with Immaculate to provide spiritual, emotional, and practical support for parishioners and neigh