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Immacolata Strong video (click here)

Here is a video link to join the Msgr. Gardin and the Immacolata staff in praying the Rosary.  We recorded it via Zoom and using a Google slideshow.  During the month May, take time to pray the Rosary --or maybe just a decade a day.

Click here to watch the video and pray along with Msgr. Gardin and the Immacolata staff

The Rosary is not only a mental prayer, but also a vocal prayer in which we meditate on the virtues of the Life, Death, Passion and Glory of Jesus Christ and His Blessed Mother, the Virgin Mary.  The rosary owes its origin to St. Dominic.

Catholics honor Mary every day of the year through prayer. We remember the many ways God blessed Mary. We read about Mary in Scripture. But during the month of May, Mary is specially honored by devotions around the world. In fact, May is the month of Mary. This May, we celebrate Mary, the Church’s greatest saint.  The Joyful Mysteries are taken mostly from St. Luke's Gospel in the New Testament. They involve the joyful events of Jesus' childhood.

The most joyful event in all of human history is the Incarnation or when God became man and dwelt among us.

Jesus is the Incarnation - God made flesh...  When Adam and Eve sinned against God, the gates of heaven were closed. God promised to send a savior who would open the gates of heaven.  Jesus is the fulfillment of God's promise.  That is why the Incarnation is the most wonderful event in human history.  The Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary are so called because they recount all the Joys of the "Good News", namely Jesus. (

**Do not forget to begin each day with prayer 

May 13 final prayer & announcements with Dr. Stutsman (Click here)

May 11 morning prayer & announcements with Dr. Stutsman (click here)

***No morning prayer for Tuesday, May 12--please watch the live stream end of the year Mass at 8:45



**Immacolata Virtual Spirit & Challenge Days**(Don' t forget to send Dr. Stutsman a picture) 

Monday, May 11--Let's go the distance.  This is the last week of Immacolata Distance Learning.  Show you can go the distance by running a mile today!

Tuesday, May 12-- Today we have our special end of the year Mass at 8:45 to celebrate our Immacolata students and 8th grade graduates.  Show your Immacolata pride and wear Immmacolata spirit wear today!

Wednesday, May 13--Last official day of distance learning.  Great job Immac students!  Time to start your summer fun.  Wear your favorite summer clothes today to kick off your break!


Mass Times

Sat. 8:00 & 5:00 pm
Sun. 7:30, 9:30*, 11:30 am & 5:00 pm
*Sun. 9:30 a.m. (includes Children's Liturgy)
Weekday Masses:
M-Tu & Th-F
6:30 & 8:00 am
Wednesday at 6:30 & 8:45 am (During the school year)

Contact Us

8900 Clayton Rd., St. Louis, MO 63117
8910 Clayton Rd., St. Louis, MO 63117