ICC's rich history

Immaculate Conception Parish was formally erected July 2, 1573; it's on its 443rd year under the title of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Parish.

The Philippine Province of the Most Holy Name of Jesus of the Order of St. Augustine accepted the convent of Pasig under the title of "Conventus Visitationis Mariae de Pasi".  It covers almost majority of areas in Pasig, among them, Maybunga, Sto. Tomas de Villanueva, and Rosario.

When the Filipino-Spanish war broke out, the Augustinian Spanish friars were replaced by Don Victor Ramos y Aguillon, a Filipino priest who safeguarded the church possessions.  Unfortunately, the Americans violated international law and set houses of fire during the ensuing battle of February 9, 1899, destroying remnants of the jewels of the church safeguarded by the residents, including the image of the patroness. It was during 1903-1904 that the image of the Immaculada Concepcion de Pasig was acquired.

In 1910, Fr. Cornelio de Brouwer, CICM ar…

Sangpuso seminar sa ICC

Every Catholic married couple needs to be renewed!

Diaconal Ordinaton set on Oct. 22, 2016


Grand Family Congress


Pastoral Letter of Pasig Bishop Mylo Hubert C. Vergara, D.D., Bishop of Pasig

SA AWA NG DIYOS "Habag ang ibig ko at hindi hain." (Mateo 9, 13)

Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception 2015

Immaculate Conception, Mercy, Family, and the EucharistIt is really providential that the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception coincides with the opening of the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy for the world, and in the Philippines, we also the Year of the Eucharist and the Family.  Every aspect has a unified reality; even the Immaculate Conception springs forth from the Hesed (Mercy) of God.  Both the Immaculate Conception and God’s mercy emanate to the Holy Eucharist, to the Family, and to the very Church in which we are all a part of.

First, the Immaculate Conception and the Mercy of God

The whole reality of the Immaculate Conception is the work of the Mercy of God himself.  Pope Francis explains, “God did not wish to leave humanity alone in the throes of evil.  And so he turned his gaze to Mary, holy and immaculate in love (Eph. 1:4), choosing her to be the Mother of man’s Redeemer.” (MV, #3)

In the opening of the jubilee door, we are called to experience the joy and tenderne…

ICC Parish Bulletin, Dec. 6 - 13, 2015