Immaculate Conception Parish

2 North Hill Street
P.O. Box 218
Fountain City, WI 54629
Rectory Phone (608) 687-3496
Religious Education: (608) 687-8418
Office Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri 9:00 am - 2:30 pm


The Church has issued the decree that the obligation to attend Sunday Mass remains dispensed until further notice. It is highly encouraged that those in at-risk populations should continue to participate in the Mass via television and social media. Sunday Masses continue to be televised and live streamed on the Diocese of La Crosse website, YouTube channel, Facebook.

WednesdayJan 27

  • 8:00 am Mass(St. Lawrence, Alma)

    † Andrew Noll

ThursdayJan 28

  • 8:00 am Mass(St. Lawrence, Alma)

    † Bob & Sharon Rotering

FridayJan 29

  • 8:00 am Mass(Immaculate Conception, Fountain City)

    † Allen Bensel Birthday

  • 11:00 am Mass(St. Boniface, Waumandee)

    † Al Slaby

SaturdayJan 30

  • 3:45 pm - 4:15 pm Confession(St. Boniface, Waumandee)
  • 4:30 pm Mass(St. Boniface, Waumandee)

    † Benefactors of St. Boniface School

SundayJan 31

  • 7:15 am - 7:45 am Confession(St. Lawrence, Alma)
  • 8:00 am Mass(St. Lawrence, Alma)

    All Entrusted To Our Pastor’s Care

  • 9:30 am Confession(Immaculate Conception, Fountain City)
  • 10:00 am Mass(Immaculate Conception, Fountain City)

    † Special Intentions

MondayFeb 01

  • NO Mass

TuesdayFeb 02

  • 5:30 pm Mass(St. Boniface, Waumandee)

    † Marlet Baecker

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Religious Education Schedule

Elementary schedule: Sundays 5:00-5:45pm and 6:00-6:45pm

High School schedule: alternate Wednesdays 7:00-8:15pm


Immaculate Conception Food Pantry

The Immaculate Conception Food Pantry is still open every Thursday from 4:00-5:00pm at the Parish Life Center. But the Tres Ecclesiae Southern Buffalo County Mobile Food Pantry is canceled until further notice.

Online Giving

If you would like to contribute but can not make it to church or just don’t like using the envelopes, contact Connie in the office to find out how to do automatic deposits. It is very easy to do and you will be helping the church even when you can not make it to Mass. You can also mail your envelope to PO Box 218, Fountain City, WI 54629 or drop at the offices or in the black box on the Fountain City rectory and they will get to your church.

St. Boniface Quarantine Cookbooks

St. Boniface students and staff put together some of their favorite recipes! If you would like to order a cookbook ($10 each) please contact Emily Kaltenberg at or call/text 608-445-3021.

Year of St. Joseph

Coming to Know more about our Spiritual Father, St. Joseph During this important year of St. Joseph, we have the opportunity to come to know more about our spiritual father through a compelling book entitled Consecration to St. Joseph: The Wonders of Our Spiritual Father by Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC. St. Joseph is the Patron of the Universal Church and the Terror of Demons. We need his father protection during these challenging times.

If you are interested in forming a parish group to embark on this initiative, visit for information and speak with your pastor.

For further assistance, including a list of suggested discussion questions, you can also contact diocesan curia staff members Ann Lankford at or Christopher Ruff at


Holy Hour for Life

Add Thu, Jan 28 @ 6:30 PM

at St.Boniface Church


Pro-Life Virtual Afternoon of Reflection: Walking with Moms in Need

Add Sat, Jan 30

Some people accuse pro-lifers of caring only about the child in the womb and not women in need. Not true at all, as you will see from this virtual afternoon of reflection on Sat, Jan 30 with keynote speaker Bob Perron, Executive Director of JMJ Pregnancy Center in Orlando, FL. You will also hear about the fourteen Pregnancy Care Centers in the Diocese of La Crosse and what you can do to help one near you. This afternoon of reflection will have broad appeal for families, adults and teens.


Diaconate Discernment Retreat

Add Sat, Feb 27

Are you a man at least 35 years of age who feels a yearning to give yourself more radically to the service of God and the Church – preaching the Gospel, serving those in need, assisting at the altar? If you think God may be calling you to be a deacon, talk to your pastor about attending the Diaconate Discernment Retreat at St. Mary’s Church in Altoona on Sat, Feb 27.

Then contact Deacon Bryan Hilts, Director of the Office for the Diaconate at

A new deacon formation class will begin in the fall of 2021 and attendance at the Discernment Retreat is a prerequisite.