Immaculate Conception Church
Immaculate Conception Church



and  ALONE  with the  ONE  GOD


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 priest in the common priesthood of believers.

To be a priest is to be in relationship with the one God in the three persons of the Holy Trinity

                     of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

Following the example of Jesus, who spent massive amounts of his time alone with his Abba,

                     we seek to be a people of prayer and a people of mercy.

- Fr. Steve Wolf, Pastor 



     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


        The Rosary is prayed aloud before most Sunday Masses.


Last Sunday of each month         3:00 PM (Korean)



        for parishioners age 4 months to their 4th birthday

        offers a safe, comfortable, and fun time.

        Parents may leave their children in the nursery trailer

        between 7:30 AM and 12:30 PM on Sundays

        while attending Mass, RCIA, Adult Catholic Explorers,

        or teaching Religious Education.



     in the Old Chapel (at 7th Street & Franklin Street):

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 (During the School Year)

Most Tuesdays                     8:00 AM





(on Saturdays in the Old Chapel)


     Saturday Mornings after the 8:00 AM Mass,      

                     so at about 8:30 AM

     Saturday Afternoons before the Vigil Mass

                     from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM



(on a weekday by appointment with a priest

  at a mutually convenient time and place)

  Call 931-645-6275

         ext 111   Rick Childress

         ext 121   Rodolfo Rivera

         ext 102   Fr. Steve Wolf


The parish also hosts a Communal Penance Service

with visiting priests from other parishes

in the Main Church at 7:00 PM

in the Season of Advent (Tuesday December 6, 2016)

and in the Season of Lent (Tuesday March 7, 2017).



The sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is appropriate for anyone who is seriously ill, aged, infirm, dealing with a challenging chronic illness, facing surgery, or in danger of death. A most helpful time can be at the Baptismal Font after a Vigil or Sunday Mass.


(for an appointment with a priest

 at a mutually convenient time and place):

         ext 119   Fr. Chris Nunes

         ext 121   Fr. John Patrick Day

         ext 102   Fr. Steve Wolf


In an emergency, please call the office at 931-645-6275.




The Old Chapel is open in the daytime for quiet private prayer on most Mondays through Saturdays 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.




On Fridays, the Blessed Sacrament

is exposed in the Main Church for adoration

at 7:30 AM (after the 7:00 AM Mass) until 5:00 PM.


To volunteer to host an hour, contact Marcia Sundberg .


See also the Nocturnal Adoration Society of the Hispanic Ministry.






Prayer requests are taken by this group Monday through Friday, and passed by phone and email to both daytime and nighttime prayer line parishioners who pray for these needs. The prayer request line is 931-645-6275, ext. 101.





Meets on scheduled Monday mornings at 9:00 AM in the St. Joseph Center, with childcare in the nursery. Contact Erin Conner at 706-536-2558.





Meets every Saturday at 2:30 PM in the Old Chapel to pray the rosary, followed at 3:00 pm with the Divine Mercy Chaplet; in the Main Church if the Chapel is unavailable.




Baptisms in English are usually scheduled for Sundays after the 11:00 AM Mass.


Baptisms in Spanish are usually scheduled for Third Sundays after the 1:00 PM Mass.


A preparation session for parents of infants (and children up to the age of seven) meets on the last Monday of each month, except on Monday Holidays, at 6:30 PM downstairs in the St. Joseph Center. Godparents are also welcome to attend.


To register for Infant Baptism Preparation,

please contact the office at 931-645-6275





First Holy Communion is usually celebrated in the Spring of a child's Second Grade year. Children are prepared for this and for their First Reconciliation in one of three ways:

     1.  Sunday Religious Education

          9:15 AM to 10:30 AM during the school year

         *Deacon Juan Garza, DRE

     2.  Hispanic Community Religious Education

          11:00 AM to 12:15 PM during the school year

         *Deacon Juan Garza, DRE

          931-645-6275, ext. 112

     3.  Immaculate Conception School

          in Second Grade religion classes

          Stephanie Stafford, Principal



It is best for children to have begun the program

in the year prior to receiving First Communion.


The next celebration of First Holy Communion is scheduled

for 10:00 AM on Saturday May 12, 2018.




The Sacrament of Confirmation is usually celebrated in the Spring of a child's Eighth Grade year. Children are prepared in one of three ways:

     1.  Sunday Religious Education

          9:15 AM to 10:30 AM during the school year

         *Deacon Juan Garza, DRE

     2.  Hispanic Community Religious Education

          11:00 AM to 12:15 PM during the school year

         *Deacon Juan Garza, DRE

          931-645-6275, ext. 112

     3.  Immaculate Conception School

          in Eighth Grade religion classes

          Stephanie Stafford, Principal



It is best for children to have begun the program

in at least the year prior to receiving Confirmation.


The Sacrament of Confirmation is scheduled for 11:00 am on Saturday April 21, 2018 (subject to change if a new bishop is named before then).


An adult parishioner who has been baptized as a Catholic, and is a practicing Catholic in every way except not yet having received the Sacrament of Confirmation, and wishes to do so is asked to contact

Fr. Steve Wolf, Pastor, at or 931-645-6275, ext. 102.




Engaged couples can be prepared for the Sacrament of Marriage by any of the priests or deacons. The Diocese of Nashville calls for a minimum preparation period of four months.


Weddings on Saturdays are usually scheduled at either the Old Chapel or the Main Church to begin at a time from 10:00 am to Noon, 2:00 pm, or 7:00 pm. On First Saturdays, only the Main Church is available. 


The best first step is to schedule the Old Chapel or the Main Church with Judy Spink in the parish office at or 931-645-6275, ext. 104. She will then ask the deacon or priest you wish to witness your Marriage if he is available.


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The Engaged Couples Retreat is offered on a Saturday each month by the Diocese of Nashville at the Catholic Pastoral Center on McGavock Pike (across Briley Parkway from the Opryland Hotel). Online Registration is availble.

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Anyone interested in the priesthood, diaconate, or religious life is encouraged to speak with Fr. Steve Wolf, Fr. Chris Nunes, or one of the deacons.





To prepare for one's own funeral by choosing readings and music can be a helpful spiritual exercise and a true gift to your grieving family.

Deacon Dominick Azzara is happy to help you begin this process. He can be reached at 931-645-6275, ext. 103.

You can also plan your funeral with a group of friends using Fr. Steve Wolf's book Planning My Own Funeral? which is available in the Gift Shop and in the Parish Library.


When a loved one has died, the funeral home will usually contact the office to shedule the funeral. 931-645-6275. The emergency number is on the parish phone message.


The parish is happy to host the Visitation when either the Main Church or the Old Chapel is available.



"Most blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb.  And how does this happen to me that the mother of my Lord should come to me?"  Luke 1:43



Parishioners are encouraged to participate in our Pilgrim Virgin's Home Visit Program.  A statue of Our Lady of Fatima is brought to your home on a scheduled visit that lasts for one week.  Families are asked to set up a little home shrine where our Blessed Mother's statue will be placed.  A table covering, electric candles or vigil lights, flowers, rosary beads, etc. could be in place.  Participants welcome the image of our Blessed Mother into the home, honoring Mary as she is placed at her shrine.  Family and friends gather about their Heavenly Mother.  The group prays the rosary and welcomes her as if Our Lady herself was present and not her statue. 


To participate, call the church office or complete the below form with at least three suggested dates that will work for your family and return to the church office.




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Clarksville, TN  37040-3347


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