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Welcome to Mary Immaculate, a Catholic Christian parish and school that strives to serve the community with love. The power of the Holy Spirit has manifested within us calling us to explore the fullness of our faith. If you are new to the area you may find out more about us below.
The Franciscans of Mary were founded in 1988 by Fr. Santiago Martin (Madrid, 1954), in Madrid and received the first ecclesiastical approval from the Archbishop of Madrid, Cardinal Angelo Suquía in 1993 as a Public Association of the Faithful of Diocesan Right. Since then, the Franciscans of Mary began to expand outside their home diocese, first by Spain and then beyond. Irun- in Basque Country, Alicante – on the Mediterranean, and Oviedo- in the cradle of the Reconquista, were the first Diocese to welcome the spirituality of appreciation. Then followed by: Valencia, Barcelona, Almeria, Sevilla….
The Parish Pastoral Council is a guidance body within the parish whose role is to develop and execute a mission-focused pastoral plan for the parish. Parish Pastoral Councils develop pastoral plans, based on the insight of the community, to enable the faith community to continue to live out the mission of the Gospel. Parish Pastoral Councils then call forth leaders from the parish to implement and achieve the goals of the pastoral plan.
Welcome to Mary Immaculate. If you attend Mass regularly in our parish we encourage you to become a registered parishioner.
At Mary Immaculate there are Masses held every day of the week in both English and Spanish.
It’s important to know where we come from. Read the story about how, when, and by who our parish was founded.
At Mary Immaculate we are blessed to have a such a hard working group of people to help keep everything in the parish running smoothly in order to best serve our community.
Get to know your clergy! Our priests need our support just as much as we need theirs. Say hello and give them a hug when you see them around the parish.