Christ living in us
8th & N Streets NW
Mass Times


Sat: 5:30PM

Sun: 9AM, 11AM, 6PM (6PM now Candlelight)


Mon, Wed, Fri: 7:30AM

Tues: 6:30PM

Thurs: 6:30PM (Latin)


20 minutes before daily Masses, 30 minutes before weekend Masses


Wed, Fri: 7AM before 7:30 Mass

Thurs: 7-8PM (Confessions at 7:30)

Church Open for Prayer

Mon: 7-8AM

Tues: 8AM-7PM

Wed and Fri: 7AM-4:30PM

Thurs: 8AM-8PM

Sat: 4-6:30 PM

Sun: 8:30AM-12PM; 5-7PM

Ananias Training

Learn the art of Spiritual Accompaniment through a 17 hour course that will be taught by Brother Albert, O.P., and Fr. Charlie. Meetings take place from 7:15-8:30PM on Tuesdays until Nov 23.

RCIA Classes

Are you interested in becoming Catholic, are Catholic but haven’t received your first Communion or Confirmation, or would like a refresher in your faith? RCIA classes are on Wednesday evenings at 7PM.

Women's Bible Studies

Join women of the parish for Bible studies on Monday evenings at 7PM on Capitol Hill and on Tuesday evenings at 7:15PM in the school.

Father Charles Gallagher, Pastor
Fr. Charles Gallagher grew up in Hyattsville, MD. He went to parochial grade school and then to the Heights in Potomac for high school. He graduated from Fordham in the Bronx, and did most of his seminary at the Pontifical North American College in Rome. After his ordination in 2010, he served as assistant pastor at St. Peter’s on Capitol Hill for the summer before returning to Rome to complete his licentiate. In 2011 he became assistant pastor at St. Mary’s in Rockville and then pastor of Our Lady of the Wayside in St. Mary’s County. In 2017, Father was appointed pastor of Immaculate Conception as well as Chaplain to the Catholic students at George Washington University. In 2019, he became full time pastor of Immaculate Conception.  
Father Robert Boxie, III , Chaplain to the Howard University
Fr. Boxie is the chaplain to Howard University and our priest-in-residence.
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  • 1315 8th St. NW, Washington, DC 20001
  • Mt. Vernon Square/7th St-Convention Center