Immaculate Conception Church


What is Immaculate Conception?

The Immaculate Conception of Mary is, according to Catholic doctrine, the conception of the Virgin Mary without any stain ("macula" in Latin, though the formal definition reads of Original Sin. 

The doctrine states that, from the first moment of her existence, Mary was preserved by God from the Original Sin and filled with sanctifying grace that would normally come with baptism after birth. Catholics believe Mary "was free from any personal or hereditary sin".



The website is now available for lease or sale. We make this website available only to the Immaculate Conception Churches or related organizations. We hope the Immaculate-Conception-Church. com will become the future cyber home of a fast growing Immaculate Conception Church, serving the parishioners with timely information about the church activities and provide the public with valuable information about the immaculate conception doctrine. 

Other Available Websites:

Other websites available for the immaculate conception churches or organizations are:




Immaculate Conception Church

Website History:

This website has previously been used by the Catholic Christian community of Immaculate Conception, Secaucus, of the Archdiocese of Newark, New Jersey.