7:00 pm in the Main Church
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
in the Main Church (behind the Old Chapel):
Saturday Evening Vigil Mass 5:30 PM
Sunday Masses 8:00 AM 1:00 PM (Spanish)
11:00 AM 5:30 PM
in the Old Chapel (at 7th Street & Franklin Street):
Monday, February 19th 9 AM Mass (No 6 PM Mass)
Monday and Thursday 6:00 PM
Tuesday through Friday 7:00 AM
Wednesday 7:30 PM (Spanish)
Saturday 8:00 AM
at Immaculate Conception School
Most Tuesdays (During the School Year) 8:00 AM
Saturdays after the 8 am Mass & from 4:00 to 5:00 pm
in the Old Chapel (at 7th Street & Franklin Street)
Do you have (or know someone who has )
questions about the Catholic faith?
1st and 3rd Wednesdays at 6:15 pm
Room 10, downstairs in the St. Joseph Center
709 Franklin Street
The next AC@IC session is THE MASS ON THE MASS
on Thursday, February 22 at the 6:00 pm Mass
in the Old Chapel, led by Fr. Steve.
For previous session handouts, go to "Learning."
See the CONTACT US page for Sign-Up & Info Forms.
IC Ponder Groups will meet in parishioners homes
for 90 minutes a week for six weeks
beginning Sunday February 11.
Sign up Sundays are January 27-28 and February 3-4.
Fr. Steve will introduce the book we will use, TREE of LIFE,
at the Fat Tuesday Warm-Up Potluck
on February 6 at 6:00 pm in the St. Joseph Room.
All are welcome.
We enter the Main Church for Sunday Masses
through the courtyard behind the Old Chapel.
Parish office Monday-Friday 8 AM to 4 PM 709 Franklin Street Clarksville, TN 37040-3347 Ph 931-645-6275 Fax 931-552-0331
(Summer Fridays 8 AM to Noon)
School office 1901 Madison Street Clarksville, TN 30743-5001 Phone 931-645-1865 Fax 931-931-645-1160 icschooltn.org
Pre-School office 740 Franklin Street Clarksville, TN 37040 Phone 931-647-9276 icschooltn.org/pre-school.html
The Weekly Bulletin deadline is Monday at Noon. Contact Judy at 931-645-6275, ext. 104 or email@example.com.
The Narthex Bulletin Boards are also maintained by Judy. Thank you, Fr. Steve
The Parish of Immaculate Conception has been part of the life of Clarksville and Montgomery County since 1845 as one community of believers in the universal Church of Jesus Christ, and with a Catholic School beginning in 1860.
May we invite you to use the web sites of the parish and school and pre-school as an occasional tool for discernment of how God might be calling you in these days, and ponder that the word we use most often to describe what we do when we come together (the Mass ) is rooted in a Latin word that means being sent on mission (Missio ).
Rev. Steve Wolf, Pastor
Rev. Chris Nunes, Associate Pastor
Rev. John Patrick Day, CP, Associate Pastor
The parish staff and people of Immaculate Conception Church