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
The month of May marks the anniversary of ordination for many priests who serve in the Archdiocese of Chicago. Fr. Larry McBrady celebrates 48 years of service to the people of God; he was ordained on May 12, 1971. And May 19th marks Fr. Larry Lisowski’s 35th year of service! Bishop Ron Hicks, the Vicar General for the Archdiocese who lives at the St. Joseph’s rectory, celebrates 25 years of priesthood. Please keep them in your prayers and may the Holy Spirit guide and strengthen them in all that they do.
Deacon Oussoi Victorin will be ordained on Saturday, May 25th as a religious order priest for the Society of Divine Word Missionaries. His first assignment will take him to Germany. We are so proud and happy for him! Deacon Victorin will celebrate a Mass of Thanksgiving on Sunday, May 26th at our 11:00 a.m. Mass. There will a reception afterwards in the St. Joseph Parish Center.
If you haven’t attended one of our Saturday Scripture Study series, consider giving it a try! Come to one or all. Our current series is exploring what makes the Gospel of Mark unique: the “untamed” aspects of this Gospel which embody the traditional symbol for St. Mark: the Lion; his distinctive presentation of Jesus and the disciples; his use of parables; and his symbolic use of geography. Click here for more information.