From the Pastor

 

 

Dear Parish Family,

Are you ready for Christmas? It’s a question we
are often asked. But I ask: how can we as Catholics
really be ready for Christmas? How can we keep
the season of holiness in our hearts as we “wait
in joyful hope for the coming of our Savior, Jesus Christ”?

First, I invite you to take some extra time in prayer.

Even if it is just a few extra minutes a day,

take that time to reflect on the Nativity of our
Lord, God’s gift to us as a promise of salvation.

I encourage you also to celebrate the sacrament
of reconciliation, which brings with it grace and
peace.

And finally, I urge us all to share our hope
with friends and family, inviting them to celebrate
Mass with us. In this way, we can truly be ready
for Christmas.

May the Peace of Christ be with you this
Christmas, and throughout the year.

Christmas Blessings,

Fr. Anthony

 

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Weekend Mass Schedule
Saturday: 5pm
Sunday: 8am, 10am, 12pm, 5pm
5pm – Spanish Mass

Weekday Mass Schedule
No Mass Monday
Tuesday thru Friday: 8:15am

Low Gluten Communion available

Sacrament of Reconciliation
Wednesday: 11am-12pm
Saturday: 4:00 – 4:45 pm (except Holy Saturday)
By appointment : 231.946.4211

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Monday thru Thursday 9 am – 4 pm
Friday 9 am – noon
Closed 12-1 daily for lunch

Immaculate Conception office is located on Cedar Street, directly across the street from the church.

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