Church of the Immaculate Conception

  The Roman Catholic Community of Glenville, New York

Please visit the Lent and Easter page for details of our Holy Week Schedule.
Please note - the Parish Office will be open from 9am - 12noon on Holy Thursday (4/18) and Good Friday (4/19).

Parish Center Room Naming Contest - Cast your vote by clicking here

Just a reminder that if Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Schools are closed or delayed due to weather conditions - there will be NO daily Mass that morning.  Cancellations will be posted here on the home page of our website.  

The construction continues on the connection between the Parish Center and Flicker Room.

During construction we are asking everyone to please only use the following entrances to the Parish Center/Flicker Room.

(1) South side glass door into the Parish Hall - this entrance is handicap accessible

(2) East side door across from the rectory

Please direct any questions regarding the construction to Fran or Kathy in the Parish Office.

We appreciate your patience during the construction.

Welcome to the Catholic Church

This video was produced by Catholics Come Home - please visit their website for details.
For more information on joining or returning to the Catholic Church, please contact the Parish Office 399-9168 or email.

This statement was issued by Cardinal DiNardo, president of the US Catholic Bishops Conference. Bishop Scharfenberger asks that we share it with our community.

   "At its core, asylum is an instrument to preserve the right to life. The Attorney General's recent decision elicits deep concern because it potentially strips asylum from many women who lack adequate protection. These vulnerable women will now face return to the extreme dangers of domestic violence in their home country. This decision negates decades of precedents that have provided protection to women fleeing domestic violence. Unless overturned, the decision will erode the capacity of asylum to save lives, particularly in cases that involve asylum seekers who are persecuted by private actors. We urge courts and policy makers to respect and enhance, not erode, the potential of our asylum system to preserve and protect the right to life.

        “Additionally, I join Bishop Joe Vásquez, Chairman of USCCB's Committee on Migration, in condemning the continued use of family separation at the U.S./Mexico border as an implementation of the Administration's zero tolerance policy. Our government has the discretion in our laws to ensure that young children are not separated from their parents and exposed to irreparable harm and trauma. Families are the foundational element of our society and they must be able to stay together. While protecting our borders is important, we can and must do better as a government, and as a society, to find other ways to ensure that safety. Separating babies from their mothers is not the answer and is immoral."
                                                                                              - Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, Preisdent USCCB

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Responses to the Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report
From Bishop Scharfenberger
From Pope Francis


Directions to our Parish

400 Saratoga Road, Glenville, NY 12302