Join us for our Parish Mission with Fr. John Collins, Nov. 14 - 18, 2015, at Immaculate Conception Church. Find answers to questions: What good is God? Where am I going? Why don't prayers work? Why do some people get the best of me? Do I have to love everybody?
Come explore these and other questions in a humorous down-t-earth manner. Haven't been to church recently? Don't worry! Paulist Fr. John Collins will help you to discover your own personal faith story and learn the importance of taking that story beyond the walls ofthe church.
Laudato Si which translated means Praise Be to You is the second of Pope Francis’ encyclicals.
The letter is concerned with the world respecting the earth and all its resources.
Click Laudato Si to read.
Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart to Kick off State Tour of the Relics of St. Therese Lisieux and her parents, Blessed Louis and Zelie Martin. Click here for information on Blessed Louis and Zelie Martin, the first married couple to be declared saints together, and information about the relics tour.
Children's Liturgy of the Word will begin again at Immaculate Conception on October 18 at the 10 AM Mass! Let your children hear the Word in language they can understand. Future dates include October 25th, November 8th and 15th, and December 13th and 20th.
The next Novena Mass to St. Peregrine will be celebrated on Monday, October 19th, at 7pm and will continue on the 3rd Monday of each Month. Immediately following the Mass the Novena prayers will be recited. The anointing of the sick will also be available to anyone immediately following the Novena prayers. For more information on Saint Peregrine please click on the "Anointing of the Sick" tab under "Sacramental Life."
Check out this interview of Sean Forrest on the Good Catholic Life. Although he is speaking primarily to adults this interview will ofer a clear indication of what we are in for come march of 2016!!! Click here to listen: http://www.seanforrest.com/sean-forrest-the-good-catholic-life-radio-station/Peace, Fr. Leo