As Jesus the Christ was Anointed: Priest, PROPHET, and King,
so may you live always as a member of his body...
from the Rite of Baptism
To be a baptized follower of Jesus Christ is to be a student-disciple of the Master.
To be a prophet is to study the texts of Scripture and the tradition of the Church.
A prophet so accurately describes the present that it becomes clear what needs to be done.
Each prophet of Jesus Christ will be called to speak a truth to a person, group, or the world
even if at the risk of suffering loss.
- Fr. Steve Wolf, Pastor
ADULT CATHOLIC EXPLORERS
Sunday mornings from 9:25 AM to 10:30 AM during the school year in the Parish Library downstairs in the St. Joseph Center (across Franklin Street from the Old Chapel).
Adult Catholic Explorers dig into the deposit of faith with timely and challenging topics toward maturity of faith. Come help us discern how we might best articulate the faith to these times, and for coffee and tasty treats. See the bulletin for the topics. All are welcome. Contact Scott Audet at 931-249-5893 or email@example.com, or visit the Adult Catholic Explorers facebook page.
The Parish Library is located downstairs in the Saint Joseph Center, and is open during office hours to assist parishioners in learning about and growing in the Catholic faith.
ADULT BIBLE STUDY
Wednesday Mornings at 9:30 AM for an hour in Room 10 downstairs in the Saint Joseph Center (across Franklin Street from the Old Chapel). Lower level parking is behind the building. The group is currently studying the book of the Acts of the Apostles. Contact Christine at 931-358-4429 or call the parish office at 931-645-6275.
ADULT CATECHISM @ IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
On Scheduled Thursdays at 6:45 PM in the Saint Joseph Room during the school year. Fr. Steve will be teaching a series on the basics of the Catholic faith. You might call it "RCIA for Catholics," and these 75-minute sessions are designed to qualify toward Catechist Certification. Contact Rev. Steve Wolf
at 931-645-6275, ext. 102 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING (NFP) INTRO. SESSIONS
First Saturdays at 9:00 am in the Saint Joseph Conference Room; the Nursery can be available. This is the Creighton Model Fertility Care System. The only medical model of NFP, this method can help women facing reproductive health problems such as PCOD, endometriosis, PMS, abnormal bleeding, and malfunctions of the cervix to find treatments without using birth control pills. It has a method effective rate of 99.5%, and can also provide Catholic solutions for couples facing infertility. For questions about this method contact Mary Vozar at 931-802-4872 or email@example.com, or visit The Fertility Care System. To register for an Introductory Session contact the parish office at 931-645-6275, ext. 101 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sundays at 6:30 PM (right after the 5:30 PM Sunday Mass) in Rooms 7&8 downstairs in the Saint Joseph Center during the school year. Led by a Core Team of dedicated adults and open to all high school students, the mission of LifeTeen is to lead teens closer to Christ. Life Nights follow the Church's model of gather, proclaim, break-open, and send, and there are service events and retreats. Contact Mary Obringer at 937-423-4265 or email@example.com.
CYO for middle school, Kerigma meets on Wednedays at 6:00 PM in Rooms 7&8 downstairs in the Saint Joseph Center during the school year. Based on the EDGE program of LifeTeen, Kerigma discusses the faith and gathers for social activities, and there are service events and retreats. Kerigma is a Greek word for the proclamation of salvation in the person of Jesus Christ. Contact Cinthya Angeles at 615-772-3718 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION K-12 (during the school year)
English: Sundays from 9:15 AM to 10:30 AM
Spanish: Sundays from 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
The mission of Immaculate Conception Religious Education (ICRE) is to assist parents (a child's First Catechists) in building a strong foundation of faith for their children by educating them in the deposit of faith and inspiring them to be of service to the parish and to the world - to love and serve the Lord in their life. Classes are led by dedicated Parish Catechists in the Family Life Center and the Saint Joseph Center. Sacramental preparation is offered for First Communion and for Confirmation. Contact Deacon Juan Garza, Director of Religious Education at 931-645-6275, ext. 112 or email@example.com.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION SCHOOL
Long called Saint Mary's School, Catholic education has been part of the tradition of Immaculate Conception Church for all but 46 of the 170 years of Catholics in Clarksville.
A number of parishioners in grades K-8 receive their Catholic formation and sacramental preparation at Immaculate Conception School on Madison Street.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION PRE-SCHOOL
For children age 9 months to 5 years, Immaculate Conception Pre-School is in classrooms of the Family Life Center. Since 1976 our preschoolers have been given an active and structured learning curriculum well-known for its high standards in preparing children for kindergarten and beyond. Our cheerful learning environment develops a child emotionally, intellectually, socially, physically and cognitively. Classes are fun while reinforcing skills in each area of development. The preschool also serves as a direct feed to Immaculate Conception School for those families who wish to continue their child's education in Catholic schools.