Ajo Immaculate Conception Catholic Church

Ajo Immaculate Conception Catholic Church Roman Catholic Parish serving Ajo, Arizona
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06/19/2020

Friday, June 19, 2020
8AM Mass

06/18/2020
OSV Hub

Hop here. You can now make your offering online: https://www.osvhub.com/iccajo/funds

You can have make a one time donation or have an amount taken out weekly, monthly or annually.

Options include from checking account or credit card.

06/18/2020

Thursday, June 18, 2020
8 AM Mass

We Remember | Father Robert Tamminga (1945-2020)
06/18/2020
We Remember | Father Robert Tamminga (1945-2020)

We Remember | Father Robert Tamminga (1945-2020)

Father Robert Tamminga passed away on Wednesday, June 17, 2020, from a short, non-covid related illness. Click the link to read the full announcement.

06/16/2020

Tuesday, June 16, 2020
8AM Mass

06/15/2020

June 15, 2020 - Monday
8 AM Mass

06/14/2020

Solemnity Of Most Holy Body And Blood Of Christ Mass At 10 A.M

06/14/2020

The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
Saturday, June 13, 2020
6PM Mass

06/13/2020
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Hop here. Father's pastor's corner and readings for Corpus Christi Sunday:http://iccajo.com/Bulletins/SolemnitySunday2020.pdf

Mass will be 6 pm Saturday, June 13 and 10 am Sunday June 14. Please wear masks and practice social distancing.

I believe these masses will also be available on our page for those who wish to stay at home.

06/12/2020

Friday, June 12, 2020
8AM Daily Mass

06/11/2020

Thursday, June 11, 2020
8AM Daily Mass

06/09/2020

Tuesday, June 9, 2020
8AM Daily Mass

06/08/2020

Monday, June 8, 2020
8AM Daily Mass

06/07/2020

The Holy Trinity
Sunday, June 7, 2020, 10 a.m Mass

06/07/2020

Feast of the Most Holy Trinity
Saturday
June 6, 2020

06/06/2020
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Hop here. A pdf with this Sunday's readings and Father Peter's pastor's corner:http://iccajo.com/Bulletins/TrinitySunday2020.pdf

I believe there will be a mass at 6 pm on Saturday and 10 am on Sunday. Again, wear masks and practice social distancing.

Please drop your offering in a basket when you're going down the aisle to receive communion or coming or going from church. The ushers passing the baskets in the usual fashion might be a way to transmit disease.

I believe these masses will be posted to Facebook for those parishioners who wish to stay at home.

06/04/2020

Thursday, June 4, 2020
8AM Daily Mass

06/03/2020
Bishop Shelton Fabre on the Death of George Floyd

Bishop Shelton Fabre on the Death of George Floyd

Bishop Shelton J. Fabre of Houma-Thibodaux, chairman of the Ad Hoc Committee Against Racism, on the Death of George Floyd and the protests which have broken ...

06/03/2020

Statement on the Killing of Mr. George Floyd by Bishop Edward Weisenburger

I join with Bishops across our nation in denouncing racism and the violence it engenders.

The killing of Mr. George Floyd is an image that remains deeply etched in the minds of all Americans. I pray that this horrific image will lead to our reexamination of the lingering presence of racism in our culture and become a call to action for all of us to work for deep and lasting change.

I have prayed at Mass for Mr. Floyd by name. It is my prayer that God will raise him up to eternal life, even as God raises up a host of voices that cry out for justice and dignity for every human being and an end to violence in our communities.

+Edward J. Weisenburger, Bishop of Tucson
June 2, 2020

06/03/2020

Statement of U.S. Bishops’ President on George Floyd and the Protests in American Cities

May 31, 2020

WASHINGTON – Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles and president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) has issued a statement on George Floyd and the protests in American cities that have taken place over the last several days. This follows the Friday statement from seven U.S. bishop chairmen of committees within the USCCB.

Archbishop Gomez’s full statement follows:

The killing of George Floyd was senseless and brutal, a sin that cries out to heaven for justice. How is it possible that in America, a black man’s life can be taken from him while calls for help are not answered, and his killing is recorded as it happens?

I am praying for George Floyd and his loved ones, and on behalf of my brother bishops, I share the outrage of the black community and those who stand with them in Minneapolis, Los Angeles, and across the country. The cruelty and violence he suffered does not reflect on the majority of good men and women in law enforcement, who carry out their duties with honor. We know that. And we trust that civil authorities will investigate his killing carefully and make sure those responsible are held accountable.

We should all understand that the protests we are seeing in our cities reflect the justified frustration and anger of millions of our brothers and sisters who even today experience humiliation, indignity, and unequal opportunity only because of their race or the color of their skin. It should not be this way in America. Racism has been tolerated for far too long in our way of life.

It is true what Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. said, that riots are the language of the unheard. We should be doing a lot of listening right now. This time, we should not fail to hear what people are saying through their pain. We need to finally root out the racial injustice that still infects too many areas of American society.

But the violence of recent nights is self-destructive and self-defeating. Nothing is gained by violence and so much is lost. Let us keep our eyes on the prize of true and lasting change.

Legitimate protests should not be exploited by persons who have different values and agendas. Burning and looting communities, ruining the livelihoods of our neighbors, does not advance the cause of racial equality and human dignity.

We should not let it be said that George Floyd died for no reason. We should honor the sacrifice of his life by removing racism and hate from our hearts and renewing our commitment to fulfill our nation’s sacred promise — to be a beloved community of life, liberty, and equality for all.

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Keywords: U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, USCCB, Archbishop José H. Gomez, racism, Ad Hoc Committee Against Racism.

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06/02/2020

Tuesday, June 2, 2020
8AM Daily Mass

06/01/2020

Monday, June 1, 2020
8AM Daily Mass

05/31/2020

Pentecost Sunday
May 31, 2020
10 A.M

05/31/2020

Saturday, May 30, 2020
Pentecost
6PM Mass

05/31/2020
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Hop here. We will have mass at the Church 6 p.m. this Saturday (May 30) and 10 a.m. Sunday (May 31). Please wear masks and practice social distancing.

Mass will also be available via Facebook for those who want to stay at home.

For those who'd like to follow along in the readings and also read Father Peter's Pastor's corner, here is an online pdf:
http://www.iccajo.com/Bulletins/PentecostSunday2020.pdf

Our Parish met the Annual Catholic Appeal Goal!

05/30/2020

CHILDREN UNDER TWO YEARS ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO WEAR FACE MASKS FOR THE EUCHARISTIC CELEBRATION.

05/29/2020

Friday, May 29, 2020
8AM Daily Mass

05/28/2020

Thursday, May 28, 2020
8AM Daily Mass

05/26/2020

DEAR GOOD PARISHIONERS OF IMMACULATE CONCEPTION AJO, I WANT TO THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR PATIENCE, PRAYERS, SUPPORT, COMMITMENT AND UNDERSTANDING IN THIS DIFFICULT TIME. I ALSO THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY IN THIS YEAR'S ONGOING ANNUAL CATHOLIC APPEAL.

WE ARE REOPENING OUR CHURCH ON PENTECOST WEEKEND ON SATURDAY, MAY 30, AT 6 P.M, AND ON SUNDAY, MAY 31 AT 10 A.M. PLEASE WEAR YOUR FACE MASKS, BRING HAND SANITIZERS FOR YOURSELVES AND MAINTAIN A SOCIAL DISTANCE AS INDICATED IN THE PEWS SITTING ARRANGEMENT. THE PARISH WILL PROVIDE SANITIZER AT CHURCH DOOR FOR THOSE WHO DON'T HAVE ANY.

I HAVE GOT CALLS THAT WE DO NOT WANT PEOPLE ABOVE 65 (PLUS) IN THE CHURCH. PLEASE THIS IS NOT TRUE, THOSE WHO ARE SICK AND VULNERABLE ARE ONLY ADVISED FOR THEIR HEALTH REASONS, OR FOR THAT OF OTHERS. IF YOU ARE HEALTHY, AND COMFORTABLE WITHIN AND WITH YOURSELF, WHY NOT. WE ONLY REMIND OURSELVES THE HEALTH OFFICIALS' SUGGESTION, AND THAT WOULD NOT A BE MANDATE FOR THE HEALTHY PEOPLE. MANY OF OUR PARISHIONERS ARE SENIORS AND ALMOST 85% OF US ARE. SO PLEASE, THE CHURCH IS OPEN AND NOBODY STANDS TO POLICE OR QUESTION YOU. GOD AND YOU, ARE CUSTODIANS OF YOURSELVES IN THIS MANNER.

MAY GOD CONTINUE TO BLESS AND PROTECT US ALL. MAY VIRGIN MARY, THE MOTHER OF GOD, THE PATRONESS OF OUR PARISH, CONTINUE TO INTERCEDE ON OUR BEHALF, AS WE REMAIN HOPEFUL OF OVERCOMING THIS PANDEMIC THREATS CAUSED BY CORONAVIRUS.

05/26/2020

Tuesday, May 26, 2020
8AM Daily Mass

05/25/2020

Monday, May 25, 2020
8AM Daily Mass

05/23/2020

MARY MOTHER OF GOD, PRAY FOR US

05/23/2020

Hop here. Facebook Mass at 8 a.m. tomorrow (Sun., May 24). Father will give communion outside the Church between 8:50 and 9 a.m. If you come to receive communion, please wear masks and practice social distancing.

Here's a link to the readings this week:http://iccajo.com/Bulletins/AscensionSunday2020.pdf

05/23/2020

NOVENA TO THE HOLY SPIRIT

05/22/2020

My dear great parishioners of Ajo Immaculate Conception, there will be a Holy Communion distribution outside the Church door after online live Mass on Sunday, May 24, 2020. Come over around 8.55 a.m and 9 a.m for Holy Communion.

On Saturday, May 30 and on Sunday, May 31, that is on Pentecost Sunday, our parish Church will reopen for Mass at 6 p.m Saturday and !0 a.m Sunday 31. Please wear face mask and have hand sanitizer. If you do not have hand sanitizer, there may be a parish provisional one at the door Please continue to stay safe and maintain social distance. May God bless and protect you.

Address

101 W Rocalla Ave
Ajo, AZ
85321

Opening Hours

Sunday 08:00 - 09:00

Telephone

(520) 387-7049

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