Immaculate Conception Church

IMMACULATE CONCEPTION PARISH

We are a welcoming Catholic parish of faithful disciples of Jesus Christ that fosters love, deepens faith, and encourages respect and caring for fellow parishioners and neighbors through community conversations and action.

414 E. North Broadway, Columbus, OH 43214

News & EVents

Buongiorno! We’re going to Italy!

Next June, Fr. Matt will lead a 14-day pilgrimage to Italy to include visits to sights in Rome, Montecassino, Naples, Pompeii, Amalfi, Catania, Taormina, Agrigento, Palermo and more! Below please find additional information on this once-in-a-lifetime experience, including the full itinerary, cost, registration form and travel tips.  If you are interested in traveling with us, please submit a registration form and initial deposit of $500 per person to the Parish Office as soon as possible.  After December 3, we will open up any remaining spots to those from other Diocesan parishes. We hope you can join us for two weeks of prayer and a taste of Italy! 2020 Italy Pilgrimage Itinerary Pilgrimage Costs Registration & Terms Travel Tips Travelex E-flyer

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ICAA Sub Sale

The Immaculate Conception Athletic Association Sub Sale is back! Help the ICAA keep player fees low by participating in this DELICIOUS fundraiser! New this year is the ability to place an order ONLINE at http://bit.ly/ICAAsubsale. Order pickup is schedule for Saturday, November 16 from 9 – 11 a.m.

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SOS – Signs of Suicide Event with Nationwide Children’s Hospital, October 23

The statistics speak for themselves–suicide is a major epidemic in our society today. It is nearly always complex and tragic, yet often preventable if communities are provided with the right tools and recognize the signs.. Join us on Wednesday, October 23 at 7 p.m. in Marian Hall for a presentation from Nationwide Children’s Hospital entitled SOS: Signs of Suicide. This is open to all members of the community. We hope to see you there!

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Adult Faith Formation Groups Forming Now!

As Catholics, we are called to continue to learn and grow into the person Jesus has called us. If we are not actively being formed in Christ, we are simply conforming to the ways of the world and lacking a genuine commitment to our faith. All are invited and encouraged to join us for one of our adult faith formation programs this fall! 2019 Adult Faith Formation Programs Flyer

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Youth Faith Formation Volunteers Needed!

Share your faith and love of our Lord with our youngest parishioners this year by volunteering with the IC youth faith formation programs! We have IMMEDIATE needs in the following programs to ensure they continue to operate. Please consider giving an hour of your time to these very important ministries! PARISH SCHOOL OF RELIGION Anyone interested in the opportunity to deepen their faith by teaching or assisting a teacher for 1st-8th grade Parish School of Religion (PSR) students, please contact Paulette Mudrey at icpsr@iccols.org or (614) 668-1292. SUNDAY PRESCHOOL Volunteers are needed to lead and help with this year’s Sunday Preschool. To find out more about volunteering in this ministry, please contact Sr. Ruth at srhamel@iccols.org or (614) 267-9241. SUNDAY CHILDREN’S LITURGY OF THE WORD Consider this opportunity to deepen children’s understanding of the Mass readings by helping to lead the Children’s Liturgy Program on Sunday mornings. Children’s Liturgy is held during the 9:30 a.m. Mass from September until May. Children in grades K to 3 are escorted to Room A of the Rectory, before the Mass readings begin, for child-friendly readings and a reflection that will often include an activity related to the Gospel. They rejoin their families for Mass for the Liturgy of the Eucharist. There is no registration fee for participation in Children’s Liturgy. To find out more about volunteering in the ministry, please contact Sr. Ruth at srhamel@iccols.org or (614) 267-9241.

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For I know well the plans I have in mind for you-oracle of the Lord-plans for your welfare and not for woe, so as to give you a future of hope.
Jeremiah 29:11