Immaculate Conception Church

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Monday to Friday - 7 & 9 a.m.

Saturday - 7 & 9 a.m.
Saturday - 5 p.m. (Vigil) - will be live-streamed

Sunday - 7, 9, 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. - English
Sunday - 8 a.m. - Italian - will be live-streamed
Sunday - 12 p.m. - Spanish - will be live-streamed
For the first time in nearly three months, the Sacrament of Confession will be celebrated in our Church on Saturdays from 10AM to 11AM, starting tomorrow, June 6th. As before, Priests will be available in their confessionals, but with added protections for you and them. The confessionals are now fitted with plexiglass shields to cover the mesh that separates Priest from Penitent. This cover is thin enough that Priest and Penitent can hear each other, while also protecting each other from the aerosols ejected while speaking. While making Confession, the Penitent must: 1) keep the door to the confessional open so as to allow airflow, 2) keep their mask or face covering on at all times, as is required now in the Church, and 3) spray down the plexiglass cover after finishing Confession by using disinfectant spray available in the confessional. Safety Monitors will be present in the Church to make sure proper social distancing procedures are followed, and that people are kept at a distance from the confessionals so that no one may hear another person's Confession. We hope and pray that we may quickly return to our normal way of celebrating the Sacraments, but we thank God that we have the opportunity to celebrate them in this way now!"

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EXCERPT FROM HOMILY GIVEN BY POPE SAINT JOHN PAUL II AT JASNA GORA ON JUNE 19, 1983

"Mother of our hearts! Let the strength of forgiveness spring forth from these words everywhere, for without forgiveness we cannot escape the chains of hatred. Hatred is a destructive force, and we should neither destroy nor allow ourselves to be destroyed by it. The strength of forgiveness comes from the power of love. Forgiveness is not weakness. Forgiveness does not mean renouncing truth and justice, it means striving for truth and justice through the Gospel."




Annual Catholic Appeal

Annual Catholic Appeal 2020

On June 24th the Brooklyn Diocese kicked off its "ACA Virtual Commitment Weekend" to help generate funds for the 2020 Annual Catholic Appeal.

More information, a giving link, and video are available at the ACA website. Gifts can also be made by texting ACA to 917-336-1255 or calling 718-965-7375 x1602 to have a pledge card mailed to your home.



Holy Hour

Holy Hour

August 7, 2020
7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Upper Church



Divine Mercy

Divine Mercy Chaplet

The Chaplet of Divine Mercy is a powerful prayer Jesus gave to St. Faustina and is a glorious way to enter into the abundant Mercy of God. Pray With Us.




"Believe the incredible, and you can do the impossible."

—Venerable Fulton J. Sheen



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SUMMER HOURS

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6 am to 5 pm

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Monday to Friday
9 am to 5 pm
Saturday
9 am to 4 pm

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