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Immaculate Conception and St. Joseph Parishes are two Catholic communities united in faith, and committed to spreading the Gospel message of Jesus Christ through worship, prayer and service to others.
Located in Chicago's Old Town neighborhood, our historic and diverse parishes share the same pastor, pastoral staff, sacraments, ministries, religious education programs and school.
We warmly welcome you to our community of faith!
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Fr. Arturo Perez and our good friends from our Sharing Parish, Assumption BVM, have invited us to pray and celebrate with them at their 5:00 p.m. Mass on Saturday, June 11th. A reception will follow afterwards so that we can share some food and plenty of fellowship. Immaculate Conception and St. Joseph parish will provide transportation to and from the event. To reserve a seat on the bus, please call either Parish Office.
The ICSJ Tot Program, for children who will be 2 years old by September 1, 2016, will provide caregivers a unique opportunity to foster the growth, independence, and social skills of their child. Three sessions will be offered (Sept-Nov, Jan-Mar, and Apr-May), and tots and caregivers will meet twice a week from 8:30am-10:15am. For more information, contact Ashley Stephens.
The next installment of our Scripture Study series will explore the Acts of the Apostles, an epic story filled with miracles, mayhem, resuscitations, and harrowing escapes – a true summer blockbuster! The series will begin Saturday, June 4th and all parishioners are welcome. Watch this space and the weekly bulletin for more information!
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Please extend a warm welcome to the newest members of our IC-SJ Parish community! Lisa, Teaqua, Anneliese, Amanda, and Gar were fully received into the Catholic Church at our Saturday Easter Vigil Mass. View more photos here.
Congratulations to RCIA-ers Gar, Teaqua, Lisa, Anneliese, and Amanda, who entered the final phase of becoming Catholic on February 14th at the Rite of Election at Holy Name. They will enter the Church at our Easter Vigil
Congratulations to Samantha Pilgrim who recently made a "Profession of Faith." Samantha was baptized in the Presbyterian Church, and now with her parents, Jeff and Jill, will be preparing for her First Holy Communion in May.