From our pastor Fr. John Moser:
Archbishop Michael Jackels has taken the following steps aimed at slowing down the spread of the coronavirus:
1} All public celebrations of Holy Mass are canceled until further notice - beginning on 19 March 2020. All Catholics in the Archdiocese of Dubuque are dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass.
2] The Archbishop will live stream a celebration of Holy Mass each Sunday, as well as the Chrism Mass on April 7 (and the Sacred Triduum, if the situation has not changed by the), and will lead the Rosary each week on Thursday. Visit www.DBQArch.org for more information about these live streamed events.
3} Funerals, Weddings and Baptism may be held, but limited to the immediate family, or at least no more than 50 people present, according to the current CDC guidelines.
4] All the faithful of the Archdiocese are invited to join in a day of fast, abstinence, and prayer (like we do on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday) on next Wednesday, March 25. This is completely voluntary; no one is obligated or mandated to make these sacrifices.
MASS SCHEDULE in HFB - Until further notice
I will celebrate or offer a daily private Mass for your intentions and for the intention listed in the bulletin. NO public SUNDAY or WEEKDAY MASS.
Stations of the Cross will be held (as originally scheduled) only when Father Moser can lead them. This will be listed in the bulletin and on the website.
NO faith formation classes in Harpers Ferry or in Lansing on Wednesdays until further notice.
Sunday Bulletin will be available in entrances of church, on the HFB website, or in box outside of church [Lansing and New Albin only].
THE APRIL BREAKFAST HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
Breakfast open to the public on the second Sunday of the month in Wexford, April through October.
Menu includes: ham, sausage, eggs, pancakes, toast, salad bar, baked goods, coffee, juice, milk.
Gluten free baked goods offered at most breakfasts.
Mass schedule subject to change. See the Holy Family of the Bluffs webstie under Publications for any changes.
Immaculate Conception - Wexford, is located in rural northeast Iowa in the rolling hills of Allamakee County. The parish was established in 1851 by Irish priest Rev. Thomas Hore. Father Hore brought seventeen families to the valley which reminded them of their homeland in County Wexford, Ireland. Over the more than 160 years, the Irish heritage has remained strong with Christian values, ideals and care of the surrounding land.
We love our visitors, so feel free to visit during normal hours. The open hours may vary according to season.
1416 Great River Road, Lansing, Iowa 52146, United States
07:30 am – 06:00 pm