The Catholic Shrine of the Immaculate Conception
A Church Without Boundaries
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Mission Statement
The Catholic Shrine of the Immaculate Conception strives to live the Gospel of Jesus Christ as a welcoming community of diverse Christians, seeking spiritual growth and providing compassionate outreach.

Calendar of Events

We can now accept online donations and weekly offerings via the website!
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Please donate to the 2018
Archdiocese Annual Catholic Appeal!
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Becoming Catholic - Sundays at 9:45am
Have you been coming to Mass but you are not Catholic or you just want to know more about what it means to be Catholic? The Shrine is beginning a series of information sessions about Catholic life and practice. These are informal sessions and no commitment is required.
Our Ministry of Caring
Our Food Pantry Outreach has a basket at the entrance of the Church. For November please bring spaghetti sauce, canned vegetables, canned soups, any kind of pasta, rice, and instant potatoes. We are always in need of bottled water donations. Thank You!
Please remember our sick and homebound in your prayers
Bill Payne, Paulette Adams, Pete Marsala, Jacquie Scott, Cameron Daniel, Chris Camp, Susannah Scott, Sally Jorden, John Evaniak, Dan Rhoney, William Vogelson, Merinda Donovan, Delores Wilder, Melvin Denham, Leo Duggar, Sharon Jones, Chuck Mistler, Michael Taormina, Ed Gendron, Freddie Mae Elliott.
Please also pray for
Ernest Waller, Paul Mack, Nancy Dunne, Charles Perry, Carrie Jackson, Melvin Denham, Steve Connor, Dave Cammarata, Porscha Bryant, Price Family, Avery Moore, Reessie Sailor, Richard Clayton, Patricia Devlin, Catherine Robin, Candy Alise, Stephen Seaton, Clement Lisi, Greg Montgomery, Peggy Shumat
Please let the Parish know of any sick or homebound, 404.521.1866 or
Emergencies can be handled by calling 404-521-1866.

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