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Immaculate Conception Catholic Church

If you are new to the area, looking for a place to belong, or are already a member of our parish community, we invite you to join us for Mass or other events. 

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Welcome to

Immaculate Conception of Dardenne Catholic Church

7701 Town Square Avenue, Dardenne Prairie, MO 63368 | Phone: 636-561-6611
 
DAILY MASS RETURNS TO THE CHAPEL
STARTING AUGUST 15
6:30AM Monday-Friday  8:00AM Monday-Saturday
* with one exception: on any Thursday when the school children attend the 8:00 AM Mass, the 8:00 AM Mass will be in church
 
 
 

Strategic Pastoral Plan

Annual Catholic Appeal: Brothers & Sisters All

                

Those who are in need of God’s love are not strangers. They are family. Let us come together as one Church

to lift up any member of our family who seeks God’s grace and mercy. 

THANK YOU for your support to the Annual Catholic Appeal!

All Things New Strategic Planning for the Archdiocese

                      
Click here to download the map and explanation of the geographic planning areas                 
 

CATHOLIC WOMEN'S CONFERENCE

     

Welcome Message from Msgr Ted

 

Welcome to the home page of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church of Dardenne, in St. Charles County, Missouri. We hope the information you find here answers some of the questions you may have about our parish while giving you the opportunity to learn more about the many organizations Immaculate Conception Dardenne has to offer at this time. For further information about our Parish, please feel free to contact us at the addresses listed on the "Contact Us" tab.

With You In Christ,
Monsignor Ted L. Wojcicki, Pastor

636-561-6611 ext. 501

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Video Messages from Msgr. Ted

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View Msgr Ted Homily from Sunday, January 30 – Re: Archdiocesan Pastoral Planning, “All Things New”

This past Sunday, Archbishop Rozanski asked all priests of our archdiocese to read his letter at Mass regarding the current Strategic Planning Initiative, All Things New.  All three ICD priests also preached our homilies on this topic to provide some context and background about what might be expected in this regard in the coming years. The Archbishop asked us to pray for the success of this planning initiative.  He reminded us that “Jesus is calling on us to re-energize and reshape our efforts to share His saving message.  We pray that we may all learn in this process how to be more faith-filled disciples and more zealous disciple makers.

CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW THIS HOMILY   

https://www.vibby.com/watch?vib=7kCeJcsO2

https://allthingsnew.archstl.org/

Announcements

Discerning Gifts Seminar

Posted on July 28, 2022

Discerning Gifts Seminar
DISCERNING GIFTS SEMINAR - AUGUST 25,  5:45pm-8:30pm   - ICD PARISH HALL -PRESENTED BY: FR. RICHARD BOCKSKOPF Prior to the seminar, participants will take a brief online survey at Kiersey.com and will learn of one’s “primary personality or talent type” as defined by Keirsey; however, at the seminar, Father Bockskopf will d...

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ACTS WOMEN'S RETREAT - OCTOBER 13-16, 2022
Immaculate Conception Church invites you to attend an extraordinary ACTS weekend retreat. ACTS stands for Adoration, Community, Theology and Service. The weekend offers the opportunity to renew your spirituality and prayer life, to strengthen your faith and your relationship with God and build lasting friendshi ps among members of your parish community. The retreat is presented by ICD.  Th...

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Parish Mission Statement

Parish Mission Statement

We are the Church, the People of God, gathered under the special patronage of Mary, the Immaculate Conception. As Catholics of the Dardenne area in the Archdiocese of St. Louis, in communion with the Bishop of Rome, we are called and chosen to proclaim the Lord Jesus Christ through our lives. With joy we strive to fulfill our Baptismal calling by prayer and worship, teaching and sharing our faith, serving others, and fostering unity in diversity.