To connect people to GOD and to each other
...the supremacy of God in all things...
Lent in the time of COVID-19, therefore, is necessarily connected to the suffering of Jesus Christ. It forces us to reexamine the practices we committed ourselves to, asking ourselves how these practices enable us to unite ourselves to the suffering of Our Lord and thus to the suffering of our neighbor.
Attention Parishioners: Effective May 28th, the guidelines for Mass attendance have changed. Please see below for more information.
Our Renovation is Complete!
Masses at ICC Mahwah
As per the statement issued by Archdiocese of Newark
Effective May 28:
Masks will no longer be required for fully vaccinated persons. If not fully vaccinated, persons are strongly encouraged to follow CDC guidance and wear a face mask in public settings. Masks are still required on public transit and in health care settings, prisons, child-care facilities and schools, among other places.
People will no longer be required to socially distance indoors or outdoors, (May 28), although unvaccinated persons should continue to maintain a safe distance from others.
Effective June 4:
All indoor gathering limits will be removed. Although these directives represent a reduction of pandemic restrictions, the local pastors/administrators/chaplains can impose stricter regulations as needed. These may include wearing masks, social distancing, and signing in for Mass or activities. These directives apply to all indoor and outdoor events.
REINSTATEMENT OF MASS ATTENDANCE OBLIGATION
Cardinal Tobin and the Bishops of New Jersey are reinstating the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation effective June 5/6, the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ.
To read the official statement, please visit: https://www.rcan.org/ Parishioners should be made aware of the reinstatement of the obligation.
Mass Livestreaming is done through YouTube
Participate in our liturgies celebrated by our pastor,
REV. FR. JM MANOLO A. PUNZALAN, STL, M.A-HRS
Livestream Mass Schedule:
Monday to Friday - 12:00 Noon
Sunday - 9:30 AM
Funeral Masses and Special Events
If you are seeing the video of the previous day, please refresh your browser.
When joining at a later time, a recording of the latest liturgy is available.
Sunday Mass: 7:30 A.M., 9:30 A.M., 11:30 A.M.
Monday to Thursday - 10:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
Only one intention per mass
A minimum of $10.00 Donation is requested per intention.
Write the following in formation in the Memo:
The Intention for the Mass
Specify if the intention is for the Deceased or the Living
Date and Time of the Mass Requested
Full Name, Contact Number and E-mail of requester
Please signify if Mass Card/s has/have to be sent to the family. If so, provide complete Name and Address of the recipient.
An e-mail confirmation signifies that we have received your request, but is not an assurance that you will get the exact date and time requested.
MASS INTENTION REQUESTS
Masses at 9:00 AM, 12:00 PM
365 Days Prayer Candle
Celebrate the life of family or friends with a Prayer Candle.
You can also offer Prayer Candle to the living. Prayer Candles burn brightly night and day as expressions of prayer for special intentions. The living flame of each candle is a beautiful symbol of both prayer and of hope.
Special votive lights are located at the shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe. In the shrine are the statues of St. John Paul II, St. Theresa of Calcutta, St. Padre Pio and St. Jude. Once lit, they burn 24 hours a day for one year.
The glow of these votive lights in the darkened church is a powerful testimony to the life of prayer that is evidenced by so many at Immaculate Conception Church. The candle will be inscribed with the name of your loved one and will burn for them the entire year.
The number available is limited. We are currently accepting requests for these memorial votive candles. Please call the parish office.
The fee is $150 per candle.
Holy See Vatican City
Archdiocese of Newark
Our parish diocese homepage
Catholic Living Will
Document for those looking to
prep area living will.
Guide for Novena Prayers for the Dead
2020 Novenas for the Deceased
Funeral Liturgy Planner
Guide for mass of Christian Burial
If you are financially able, we ask that you please continue to support Immaculate Conception Church with your contributions.
Thank you for your generosity, and please be assured of my prayers for you and your families as together we weather this storm and prevent the suffering of those most vulnerable among us.
If you need assistance to sign-up for our online donation “Parish Giving,” please call our Office Manager Josephine Balsamo at
If you have questions about your memorialization or are interested in procuring one, please contact our Parish Office Manager Josephine Balsamo at 201-710-0388.
Each day, life-changing programs and ministries are carried out throughout the Archdiocese of Newark be-cause of the generous support provided by the people of God. This past year presented us with extraordinary difficult challenges and has made the need to ensure that ministries continue to flourish and flourish even greater.
In his critical moment, the need to help those less fortunate is greater that ever before.
Our efforts, ahrd work and stewardship will provide much needed relief to those whoa re truly suffering among us. The pandemic has provided the church of Newark with a unique opportunity to fulfill its call, in service to the Gospel.
As members of the Catholic Church of Newark, we are united by a common mission entrusted to us by Jesus Christ - to proclaim the Gospel, to pass on the faith to the next generation through the celebration of the sacra-ments, to care for the poor and vulnerable, and to form our future priests. The 2020 Annual Appeal binds us more closely to this
mission through our stewardship of God's many gifts.
Your support of this year's Annual Appeal will have a direct impact on the lives of those served through the ministries and programs of this Archdiocese.
The 2021 Annual Appeal will fund essential programs and ministries at the heart of our Catholic mission in our four counties – namely to proclaim the gospel, to pass on the faith to future generations, particularly through the celebration of the sacraments, and to care for the poor and those on the margins.
Now more than ever, especially during this health crisis, our ministries and programs need your support.