Immaculate Conception
Immaculate Conception Parish


Immaculate Conception Parish is an Apostolate of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP) in the Diocese of Colorado Springs. Thus, the Parish uses the liturgical books that were in force in 1962. All parochial Sacraments are available according to the "Extraordinary" form of the Roman Rite, or the Traditional/Tridentine Latin Mass. These rights are granted to the members of the FSSP as well as to other priests staying in the houses of the Fraternity or exercising their sacred ministry in the churches of the Fraternity.


UPDATED: Confirmation - Thursday, May 10 at 6:00 p.m.

Preparation will be from The New St. Joseph’s Catechism (No.2, ISBN-10: 089942242X) and testing on Chapters 1-15. Confirmation classes started Sunday, March 4th after the 10:30 a.m. Mass and will continue each Sunday, until May 6th. The only exceptions will be Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday, where there will be no classes. A notebook and pen is required for class.

Office Appointments

The priests' schedule is closed for additional appointments until after Easter. Both priests will be occupied with preparing and preaching Missions as well as our Own Parish Mission which will be in Passion Week. The week after is Holy Week, which is the busiest time of the year. The schedules for the Mission and Holy Weeks will be posted this week, with the listed times for Mass, Confessions, Stations of the Cross, and all of the conferences involving the Mission. We apologize for any inconvenience and truly appreciate your patience!

Additional Mass on Fridays & Stations of the Cross

There will be an additional 6:00 p.m. Mass on all of the Fridays in Lent, starting this Friday, February 16th. Stations of the Cross will follow at 7:00 p.m.

Parish Mission

The Parish Mission will begin on Sunday, March 18th, beginning with a conference that evening at 7:00 p.m. Throughout that week (Mon.-Fri.), there will be Mass at 8;00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., with confession a half hour before each Mass. Monday through Thursday there will be Catechism class following the 8:00 a.m. Mass. The Conferences for the Mission will begin at 7:00 p.m. followed by Confessions. Confessions will continue as long as there are penitents.

The schedule for the Parish Mission and for Holy Week has been posted throughout the Church.

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Fast and Abstinence (According to the Discipline of 1962)

Laws of Abstinence

Laws of Fast

Mass Schedule

Note for Mass Intentions: Fr. Gordon is unable to accept any Mass intentions until further notice.

Daily Times

Sunday Confession7:15 AM
Sunday Low Mass8:00 AM
Sunday Confession9:45 AM
Sunday Sung High Mass10:30 AM
Weekday Confession7:30 AM
Weekday Mass8:00 AM
(M W F Sat)
6:00 PM
(T Th)
Thursday - Benediction and Holy Hour7:00 PM

Proper of Masses & Intentions

Monday, Mar 12 Feria of Lent
7:30 AM Confessions
8:00 AM +Teresa Portzer by Ed Portzer
Tuesday, Mar 13 Feria of Lent
5:30 PM Confessions
6:00 PM +Teresa Portzer by Chuck Portzer
Wednesday, Mar 14 Feria of Lent
7:30 AM Confessions
8:00 AM +Teresa Portzer by Christine Easterday
Thursday, Mar 15 Feria of Lent
5:30 PM Confessions
6:00 PM +Teresa Portzer by Arthur Portzer
Friday, Mar 16 Feria of Lent
7:30 AM Confessions
8:00 AM +Teresa Portzer by Arthur Portzer
5:30 PM Confessions
6:00 PM +Rev. Msgr. Leo Herbert by Chris & Amy Seltzer
Saturday, Mar 17 Feria of Lent
7:30 AM Confessions
8:00 AM +James P. Gordon, Jr. & Fr. Terrence Gordon, FSSP
Sunday, Mar 18 Passion Sunday
8:00 AM Low Mass - Pro Populo
10:30 AM Sung Mass - Fr. Sean Kopczynski’s Intention