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231 East Center Street   -   Bellevue, Ohio 44811   -   419.483.3417



Tuesday 5:30 pm

Wednesday - Friday 8:00 am

Saturday Vigil - 4:30 pm

Sunday - 8:00 am & 10:30 am

Holy Days - 6:00 pm


Every Month!

First Friday             6:00-7:00 pm
Second Thursday         6:30-7:30 am
Third Wednesday         6:45-7:45 pm
Fourth Tuesday        12:00-1:00 pm



30 Minutes Before

Any Scheduled Mass

& Ending 10 Minutes

Before Mass

* Anytime by Appointment *


M-F  9:00 am - 3:00 pm (closed Noon - 1:00 pm for lunch)

*CLOSED on FRIDAY during Summer Months of JUNE & JULY*

Our parish office entrance is off the east parking lot at the rear of the church building!




The Parish Office will be CLOSED on MONDAYS.

New Office hours will be:

Tuesday  8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Wednesday - Friday 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

Our parish office entrance is off the east parking lot at the rear of the church building!

Eucharistic Adoration:

After reviewing feedback and attendance this year, we will be adjusting

our schedule to increase opportunities for Adoration.

The new schedule will be:



Fridays 6:30 am - 7:30 am

Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:30 - 1:00 pm


FIRST FRIDAYS of the Month:

Exposition & Confessions 6:30 - 7:45 am

Mass 8:00 am, Benediction 9:00am



Adoration & Benediction 6:30 - 7:30 pm

New Bulletin

   We are preparing to print our weekly bulletins in a new expanded format, providing greater spiritual content, liturgical aids, calendar highlights, local outreach, and more. And remember that our bulletins are uploaded to our website at the conclusion of each weekend!


For information on how the ACA serves our Diocese, and how you can give,

please see this special message from Bishop Thomas:



See additional FAQ's here:


Please DONATE below,

and don't forget to list Immaculate Conception Bellevue!



July, 2024

   "Let us fix our gaze on the Blood of Christ and realize how truly precious It is, seeing that it was poured out for our salvation and brought the grace of conversion to the whole world."   

~ Pope Saint Clement I, 96 A.D.

   The Church reminds us of the first drops of blood that flowed for our redemption on the day when Jesus was circumcised. It is night on Mount Olivet, and the moon is shining. We see the holy face crimsoned with blood during the agony in the garden. Unhappy, despairing Judas casts the blood-money down in the temple. "I have betrayed innocent blood!" In the scourging chamber we see the Lord in deepest humiliation; under raw strokes the divine Blood spurts out over the floor. Christ is led before Pilate. Pilate shows the blood-covered Body to the crowds: Ecce homo! We go through Jerusalem's streets following the bloody footsteps to Golgotha. Down the beams of the Cross blood trickles. A soldier opens the sacred side. Water and Blood.

   The month of July is dedicated to the Precious Blood. The feast of the Precious Blood of our Lord was instituted in 1849 by Pius IX, but the devotion is as old as Christianity. The early Fathers say that the Church was born from the pierced side of Christ, and that the sacraments were brought forth through His Blood.


   "The Precious Blood which we worship is the Blood which the Savior shed for us on Calvary and reassumed at His glorious Resurrection; it is the Blood which courses through the veins of His risen, glorified, living body at the right hand of God the Father in heaven; it is the Blood made present on our altars by the words of Consecration; it is the Blood which merited sanctifying grace for us and through it washes and beautifies our soul and inaugurates the beginning of eternal life in it."

~ 'The Church’s Year of Grace', by Fr. Pius Parsch

   As we seek to deepen our love for God through devotion to His Most Holy Eucharist as a Church, let us dedicate ourselves in this month of July to contemplating the Precious Blood of Jesus, which was poured out for the eternal freedom and life of all nations on earth, that all may know, in the fullness of time, true and everlasting peace!

O Blood and Water, which gushed forth

from the Heart of Jesus as a fount of mercy for us,

I trust in Thee!

Oremvs Pro Invicem!

Father Albert Beltz, Pastor

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