On the First Sunday of Lent, the Catholic Church, world-wide, celebrates The Rite of Election for those in the R.C.I.A. process. Those never baptized are declared “The Elect of God” by the local bishop signifying that God has chosen or elected them to be baptized and enter into the Church, the Body of Christ. Those […]
The 3 pillars of Lent are Prayer, Fasting and Almsgiving. Here are some suggestions. Prayer: Attend daily Mass and receive the Eucharist, make a holy hour, participate in our Lenten Fridays which consists of 5:30 pm Mass, quiet prayer time from 6-6:30 pm and then pray the Stations of the Cross at 6:30 pm., set […]
On Sunday, February 17th we held our annual Chili Cook-Off in Waldeisen Hall. We had many chefs who prepared chilis and soups that were just delicious. Thank you to all of them, to John Osolin who brought a variety of homemade breads, to all who brought desserts and to Bob Mlaslovsky who hooked up the […]
Immaculate Conception Parish offers the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick on the last Wednesday of each month at the 5:30 pm Mass. The next anointing Mass will be Wednesday, March 27th.
Kenmore held its annual “Holiday on the Blvd.” event on Saturday, December 1st and once again our parish participated by welcoming our neighbors to our property. The weather was warm enough, but the rain affected the number of people participating in the community event. Hope you enjoy these pictures which captured the day at I.C. […]
On December 8th, the Church celebrates the Immaculate Conception of our Blessed Mother. This doctrine, declared a dogma of the Church by Pope Pius IX on December 8, 1854, affirms that Mary was preserved, from the moment of her conception, from the stain and consequences of original sin as she would become the Mother of […]