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Welcome to

Immaculate Conception - St. Joseph Parish

Leavenworth, Kansas

Served by the Carmelites

since 1864

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Immaculate Conception

711 North 5th Street
Leavenworth, KS 66048


St. Joseph
306 North Broadway
Leavenworth, KS 66048

Our Schedule of Services

Sunday Mass

Weekday Mass


4:00 PM - St. Joseph*

5:30 PM - Immaculate Conception**


8:00 AM - St. Joseph

10:30 AM - Immaculate Conception

Monday, Wednesday, Friday

8:30 AM - Immaculate Conception

Tuesday, Saturday 

8:30 AM - St. Joseph

*There is no daily Mass on Thursday.

* We will live stream each Saturday, 4:00 PM Mass from St. Joseph.  We have changed our live stream location to our YouTube channel.  Please see select the Live Stream Instructions button below for more information.

**The Saturday, 5:30 PM Mass at Immaculate Conception Church will remain a COVID Six-Foot Mass for the time being. The ropes marking 6 feet will remain in place and there is a mask requirement.


Immaculate Conception Church, including Miege Hall, will be closed to all but the construction workers starting Monday, May 8 and continuing to Friday, May 19. All Masses during that two-week period will be held at St. Joseph Church. Adoration will NOT be held on those Wednesdays. Confessions will be held as usual on Saturday, May 13, at 1:00 PM at St. Joseph Church.

Confessions are held each Saturday at Immaculate Conception Church from 1:00 PM to 1:30 PM. 

See our bulletin for all the latest information

Get to know our Parish family better and read the April 2022 edition of our Family Ties newsletter.

See pictures from our 2022 Germanfest!

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Welcome to Immaculate Conception–St. Joseph Parish!

This is the first Carmelite parish our Order ever had in the United States. We’ve been here, in the same spot, since 1864. Pope Benedict XVI once told a gathering of Carmelite leaders, “Carmel teaches the Church how to pray.” Prayer comes in many forms, and is not excluded from any circumstance. There is liturgical prayer, contemplative prayer, intercessory prayer, musical prayer, scriptural prayer, the prayer of charitable labor, and a host of others, with variations on all of these. Here at Immaculate Conception – St. Joseph parish, we try to embody as many different kinds and depths of prayer as we can. In these continuing difficult times, prayer is not excluded… indeed it is called for. I invite you, if you are willing and looking, to join us in person or online, to express and expand your connection with God by entering into prayer with us.   

Fr. Glenn Snow, O.Carm.

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