Christ living in us
8th & N Streets NW
REVISED SCHEDULE FOR CORONAVIRUS EMERGENCY
NO PUBLIC MASSES UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
CONFESSIONS
Mon, Wed, Fri 7:10AM
Tuesday 6:10PM
Thursday 6:10, 7:30 PM
Saturday 5:00 PM

Sunday 8:30 AM, 10:30 AM, 5:30 PM

EUCHARISTIC HOLY HOUR
Thursday 7:00 PM
The church is open for prayer during the day. See the full schedule.
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Archdiocesan and Prayer Resources

Please refer to the Archdiocese of Washington wesbite for Updates, Messages from Archbishop Gregory, Worship and Prayer Resources, and Health and Safety Information. The other resources below provide live-streamed Masses, Mass readings, prayers, Rosaries, Stations of the Cross, and lectures: Masses Word on Fire / Bishop Barron St. John Cantius (also live-streams daily Rosary, Vespers, Compline, and weekly Stations of the Cross) St. Mary Mother of God Catholic Information Center Other Magnificat is offering complimentary online access to their online version at this time Thomistic Institute, “The Quarantine Lectures,” every Tuesday …

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Videos from Fr. Gallagher

Find reflections from Fr. Gallagher for Sundays, feasts, and holy days.

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Current Schedule (as of March 30)

During this public health emergency, the church is open for limited hours for prayer, confessions, and a weekly Eucharistic Holy Hour. You are under no obligation to attend in person. Put the health of yourself, your family, and your community first.

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Letter from Fr. Gallagher: Maintaining Your Spiritual Life in This Time of Crisis

Daily time spent in silence with God is crucial to maintaining our peace and serenity during this global crisis. Remember to pray for the healing of all who have Coronavirus and for the protection of all who help them.

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Father Charles Gallagher
Faith in a Time of Crisis

My Dear Parishioners,

Due to the serious concern for public health at this critical time, Archbishop Gregory has decided to cancel all Masses in the Archdiocese of Washington until further notice. While you cannot participate in Mass, I encourage you to maintain your spiritual life by even more dedication to daily prayer. Daily time spent in silence with God is crucial to maintaining our peace and serenity during this global crisis. Please also remember to pray for the healing of all who have Coronavirus and for the protection of all who help them. Even though you cannot receive Holy Communion regularly at this time, you can still grow in Eucharistic devotion and piety by making Spiritual Communions.

I encourage you to still make your Lenten Confession at Immaculate Conception.

The most current schedule for Immaculate Conception will always be posted to the top of this page. 

In the Lord,
Fr. Charlie Gallagher

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