Christ living in us
8th & N Streets NW
Lenten Schedule

Stations of the Cross

Fridays at 6:30PM


20 minutes before daily Masses

30 minutes before weekend Masses

Thursdays 7:30PM

Eucharistic Holy Hour 

Thursdays at 7PM 

Reservations are not required for the 11AM Sunday Mass until further notice. 
Weekend Masses
Sat: 5:30PM
Sun: 9AM, 11AM (live-streamed), 6PM
Weekday Masses
Mon, Wed, Fri: 7:30AM
Tues, Thurs (Latin): 6:30PM
Eucharistic Holy Hour: Thursday at 7PM with Confessions at 7:30
Confession: 20 minutes before daily Masses, 30 minutes before weekend Masses
Church Open For Prayer: 
Mon: 7-8AM, Wed and Fri: 7AM-4:30PM
Tues: 8AM-7PM, Thurs: 8AM-8PM
Sat: 4-6:30PM, Sun: 8:30AM-12PM, 5-7PM
Prayer Service for Racial Healing

We will have a Prayer Service for Racial Healing on Friday, March 5, at 5:30PM before Stations of the Cross. Fr. Gallagher will be the celebrant and Fr. Boxie will be the homilist. The event will be live-streamed.

Lenten Retreat

Join us for a parish Lenten retreat March 26-27, led by Fr. James Brent, O.P. There will be three talks, small group sessions, Eucharistic Adoration, Confession, and more! Advance registration is required.

Parish Pilgrimage to Italy

We will be going on a parish pilgrimage to Rome and Assisi from September 25-October 2, 2021. Join us for an informational meeting on March 2 at 7:30PM through Zoom. Please contact the office to register for the meeting.

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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