Immaculate Conception Church is a parish of the Archdiocese of Omaha. Immaculate Conception Church was founded in 1898 and incorporated in 1900. The present church was built in 1926. In August, 2007, Archbishop Elden Curtiss entrusted the care of the parish to the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter to provide the Mass and Sacraments in the Traditional Rites of the Catholic Church to any who so desire them. A personal parish dedicated to the Traditional Latin Mass is encouraged by Pope Benedict XVI in his 2007 Motu Proprio “Summorum Pontificum” on the Latin Mass.
If you would like to join our growing parish, please fill out a Parish Registration Form available at the Church entrance and drop it in the collection basket or return it to the parish office.
The Archbishop has given permission for anyone to become a member of Immaculate Conception Parish, even if you remain a member at another parish.
We offer a full parochial observance of the Sacred Liturgy, including three Masses on Sunday and one or two Masses on the other days of the week. While the Traditional Latin Mass is offered at other locations in Omaha, Immaculate Conception is the only Traditional Latin Mass parish in full communion with the Catholic Church in the City of Omaha.
Our priests currently teach various classes for the parish and community. Contact the Rectory for details.
The needs of our several hundred active parishioners are currently being met by two priests living at the parish. These priests belong to the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (F.S.S.P.), an international society of Pontifical Rite with the charism to pursue holiness by means of the Traditional Liturgy and all things which flow from this: doctrine, discipline, and discipleship.
Immaculate Conception Church and Rectory are located at 2708 South 24th Street in Omaha, Nebraska.