Faith formation is an essential part of a Catholic elementary school experience. At Immaculate Conception School our faith takes many forms. Students learn about the sacraments, the lives of the saints, and the teachings of the Church. They attend Mass, participate in prayer services, and engage in service projects that help them to put their faith into action. They are also taught to see
Christ in their classmates and to treat others with love and respect.
Daughters of of Mary Immaculate of Guadalupe
The Daughters of Mary Immaculate of Guadalupe are an order of religious sisters who are committed to serving God and the Church through their work in education. They understand that faith is not just something that is taught in religion class, but something that permeates every aspect of life.
Each spring, our baptized Catholic second graders are prepared to receive the sacraments of Reconciliation (Confession) and First Communion.
During this time, children learn about the significance of the Eucharist, the sacrament of Reconciliation, and other aspects of the Catholic faith.
Annually, we express our gratitude and reverence to our founding father, Jose Antonio Plancarte y Labastida and Our Lady of Guadalupe.
These homages can take many forms, including religious artwork, prayers, and devotions.
During our school blessings we invite the presence of the Holy Spirit, offering prayers of thanksgiving, petition, and intercession. We ask for ask for God's grace and protection for the school and all those who study and work at Immaculate Conception School.