We warmly welcome you to Immaculate Conception and St. Joseph Parish, a Catholic faith community located in Chicago’s Near North Side neighborhood. Our historic and diverse parish is an inviting “family of families,” blessed with two inspiring worship sites and committed to spreading the Gospel message of Jesus Christ through prayer and worship, spiritual stewardship, and our missionary spirit.
Parish News & Events
LOOM, a branch of Catholic Charities' Refugee Resettlement Program, will be selling its beautiful handmade items after the 8:00 and 11:00 masses at St. Joseph on Sunday, April 28th. Loom enables refugee women to supplement their income thorough creating handmade objects. LOOM has sold products at ICSJ in the past, and has been incredibly touched by the response of our parish. Be sure to stop by their table to see what they have to offer this year!
Join ICSJ parishioner Shawn Sorrentino as she leads this engaging series from Word on Fire’s Bishop Robert Barron that will explain the nature of Dante’s Seven Deadly Sins—patterns of dysfunction within us that separate us from God and lead to unhappiness—and offer a corresponding “Lively Virtue” for each one, setting us on the right path to healing and happiness. Learn more here.
If the Beatitudes, Golden Rule and Lord’s Prayer are all that come to mind, join us for our new Saturday Morning Scripture Study series, Understanding Jesus’ Greatest Sermon and learn about this powerful part of the New Testament as a profound whole. The 12-part series begins January 19th and runs through April. Join us for one or all of these interesting and lively discussions! Click here for more info.