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When we lose a loved one to death, the consolation that the Church offers can be a

tremendous benefit. We here at Immaculate Conception Church will assist you during this difficult


If the deceased was a member of Immaculate Conception Church, please call the church office

before making arrangements with the mortuary.

Contact Immaculate Conception Church office

Every effort will be made to accommodate your preference for the date of the funeral

service, based on availability. We have a bereavement volunteer who can help you with

the Mass or prayer service as far as readings and the selection of music. As a

reminder Masses can only be done in church, not at the mortuary.

"Death is strong, for it can rob us of the gift of life. Love too is strong, for it can restore

us to a better life. Death is strong, for it can strip us of this robe of flesh. Love too is

strong, for it can take death's spoils away and give them back to us. Death is strong, for

no man can withstand it. Love too is strong, for it can conquer death itself, soothe its

sting, calm its violence and bring its victory to naught. The time will come when death is

reviled and taunted: 'O death, where is your sting? O Death, where is your victory?'

Love is as strong as death because Christ's love is the very death of death."

                      - Baldwin, Archbishop of Canterbury, written at the end of the 12th century.

Our Bereavement Team Members

The following are members of our Parish Bereavement Team:

Music:  Larry Duclayan

              Lucy Bonifacio

              Rudy Flores.

Current Members: Nadine (Coordinator)

                                  Larry Woode

                                  Allan Pesquira

                                  Gaudelia Simbajon

                                  Catalina Lum

                                  Nellie Pasion-Callueng

                                  Cristna Camat

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