Welcome to Immaculate Conception

Catholic Church

Staff Member: Fr. Woody McCallister | Our Lady of Lourdes Church

 

Welcome Rev. "Woody" McCallister

Immaculate Conception Parish extends a warm welcome to our new Pastor, Rev. “Woody” McCallister! 

Our Parish has a long and proud history in the Central Area and we pray to continue its role in the growth of the Church and in the community.

With Fr. Woody, let us move forward spreading the word and living the Gospel of Jesus Christ!

Transition Prayer For Immaculate Parish Community

Lord, and source of all gifts, We thank you now for the gift of change. For the gift of newness that opens doors closed by habit and routine. We bless you and thank you for that which is stable and unchanging. For the ancient and traditional that give meaning to the new and different. May we open our hearts to this change, embracing it with full participation in the life of the parish. We pray this transition may strengthen our parish, and the faith of all those touched by it. Amen.

 

Recently, Hurricane Ida caused major damage across several states when it made landfall in the Gulf Coast and moved inland as a tropical storm. As a result, lives have been lost and many Church properties, along with homes and businesses, have been severely damaged or destroyed.  Our partners at Catholic Charities USA, along with their local agencies, are hard at work providing humanitarian relief and will be with communities over their extended recovery.

We ask you to prayerfully consider donating to this special collection. The funds collected will be part of the Bishops Emergency Disaster Fund to support the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops for pastoral and reconstruction needs of the Church as well as the efforts of Catholic Relief Services and/or Catholic Charities USA, the official relief agencies of the U.S. Catholic Church, as they and their local agencies respond to immediate emergency needs and aid in long-term rebuilding and recovery efforts for those impacted by Hurricane Ida. Funds will be used in response to the hurricane and any other disasters that occur and will be distributed where they are most needed.

 

 

 

 

Rectory Closed Labor Day

 

Archbishop Etienne's Statement
on Racism

 

Bishops Statement Against Hatred 

          UPDATE ON CORONAVIRUS

Welcome back to Mass

Archbishop Etienne's Message

 

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Regular Masses:Update

Registration NO longer required

 Sunday:  10:00AM
Adhering to Covid-19 guidelines; Mask required

Masses: 8:00AM Weekdays:
Wednesday, Thursday & Fridays in the Chapel in the Rectory.  Please enter through the Rectory Door.

Saturday: 5:00 P.M. (postponed until further notice due to Covid-19)
Sunday: 10:00 A.M.  Mass required.

Sundays:  Eritrean Mass at 1:00 p.m. 

Nigerian Mass: 
Postponed; will post update when available

Confession:  Due to Covid-19, please call for an appointment.

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Upcoming Baptism Dates:
Due to COVID restrictions, Baptisms will be scheduled by appointment.  Please submit a Baptism Request form.