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Bishop Rice would like all students to join him for An All-School Mass this Friday, March 27, at 8:30 a.m. Directions to find the stream:

  • Go to the Immaculate Conception website at
  •  Scroll down and click on the blue Facebook Icon.  The feed will come up with a red "live" tag, then click the play arrow to begin. 
  • If you miss the scheduled time for the live event, it will be recorded and posted the same day on the Immaculate Conception Parish website at ; Scroll down and click on the blue Facebook Icon; Go to the left side of page to "videos"; All current liturgical events are listed by date.  PLEASE NOTE: A Facebook account is not necessary to view these events.

From Pope Francis:

URBI et ORBI Blessing:  Friday, March 27, 12 Noon; Plenary Indulgence
In this time of emergency for humanity, the Holy Father Francis invites Catholics from all over the world to join spiritually in prayer with him on Friday March 27th at 18.00. [12 noon, local time]
The ceremony will consist in readings from the Scriptures, prayers of supplication, and adoration of the Blessed Sacrament; and will conclude with Pope Francis giving the Urbi et orbi Blessing, with the possibility of gaining a plenary indulgence for all those who listen to it live through the various forms of communication.
All those who spiritually join this moment of prayer through the media will be granted the plenary indulgence according to the conditions provided for in the recent decree of the Apostolic Penitentiary.    Link to Pope Francis LiveStream

read Bishop Rice update in full

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The Notre Dame Lady Bulldogs and Bulldogs made school history by both earning a spot in the Class 4 Final Four. The Show-Me Showdown was supposed to take place this weekend. However, MSHSAA has announced the cancellation of the Class 4 and 5 Championships.  

It goes without saying, that in the eyes of Bulldog Nation, these teams are truly CHAMPIONS. Thank you student athletes, coaches, managers and Trainer Dave for an exciting season that created many great moments that should not be overshadowed. Thank you ND Cheerleaders for bringing your spirit and enthusiasm to the games.  Thank you Cody Sandusky and River Radio for allowing us to cheer these teams on no matter where we were during home and away games. Thank you Notre Dame student broadcasters for the youtube livestreams. What a learning experience for these students! Thank you ND Dance Team for the half-time entertainment. Thank you parents and fans for following the Bulldogs. 

We will redesign and reopen the t-shirt order during the upcoming break. Notifications will be sent when that is available. 

Again, congratulations to the Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs on a fantastic season!!

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Quarterfinals Saturday

Class 4 Quarterfinals Saturday, March 14

MSHSAA has implemented restrictions on the games this weekend in order to reduce the risk to the public.  Part of those restrictions include limiting the number of people allowed into the arenas to “essential school personnel”. This will include players, parents, coaches, managers and school administration.These decisions have been made out of concern for the safety of all who will be working and attending the games. 

We know what an important part of the game the Bulldog Nation plays in the success of our student athletes. Over the years our fans have been our advantage, this was most evident during our hard-fought victories in the District Tournament. Thank you for your support this season. 

The various methods to follow our Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs Saturday are listed below. Listen or watch the games, cheer from the safety of your homes and continue to BLEED BLUE! 

Keep our student athletes and coaches in your prayers. 

The games will be broadcast by Cody Sandusky on 960AM.  Download "KZIM" from the App Store or Google Play. Or on a PC - click KZIM

Both games will be livestreamed but keep in mind that excess traffic to these sites may cause issues

Girls game - ND vs Rockwood Summit @ 1pm - try this link first. If that does not work, try this backup link 

Boys game - ND vs Westminster @ 2:45pm - try this link first. If that does not work, try this backup link

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Please click to read info from Mr. Garner & Bishop Rice concerning COVID-19. Know that our students' safety & well-being is our top priority. God Bless!


From Mr. Garner

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Congratulations Bulldogs, Coaches Paul Unterreiner, Jeremy Brinkmeyer, and Cory Johnson! What a WIN! The Bulldogs went into double overtime to defeat the Cape Central Tigers 38-37. 

The Bulldogs will travel with the Lady Bulldogs to Sectionals at Farmington Civic Center on Tuesday, March 10th. They will face Park Hills Central at 7:30pm. Admission is $7.

We are ND! Let's Go BLUE!


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Congratulations to the ND Lady Bulldogs, Coaches Kirk Boeller and Matt Floyd. The Bulldogs won over the Ste. Genevieve Dragons 52-32.

Sectionals take place Tuesday night at the Farmington Civic Center against Park Hills Central at 6pm. Admission is $7.

We are ND!!! Let's go BLUE!

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Southeast Missouri State University hosted their annual High School Art Exhibition. NDHS was represented by several students. Congratulations!

Bryson Kielhofner -  1st in sculpture and 3rd in photography
Theresa Vercide -  3rd in drawing
Gigi Merideth - 3rd in fibers



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The JV and varsity scholar bowl teams competed in the DeSoto Scholar Bowl Tournament on Saturday Feb 29.  JV players were captain Abigail Michael, Patrick Lutmer, and Trey Schreckenberg.  They won the first place trophy and Individual medals were won by Trey Schreckenberg for 5th place, Patrick Lutmer for 4th place and Abigail Michael for 3rd place.



Varsity players were captain Claire Southard, Jon Dohogne, Elizabeth Anderson, and Avri O’Daniel. The varsity team won all of its games and received the second place trophy based on points. Claire Southard received an individual medal for 4th place and Jon Dohogne received a medal for 3rd place individual.


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Franciscan Mission Trip 2020

Students recently returned from New York City where they participated in the Franciscan Mission Trip. Principal Tim Garner and Faculty member Sarah Strohmeyer accompanied the students. NDHS students were joined by St. Anthony's HS students. You will also see another familiar face in the images - Brother David!!

Miss Strohmeyer explained their main service projects:
The Midnight Run - Going into the city with busses packed full of things for the homeless.  We passed out pants, shirts, shoes, socks, hoodies, coats, sandwiches, soup and hot chocolate.  The busses park on a corner and the homeless come up to the bus and tell us what they need.  

St. John's Bread and Life - An organization that has lots of outreach for the poor.  Soup kitchen, Food pantry, Clothing, Legal help, help with housing and many other services.  We helped in the Soup Kitchen and the Food Pantry

The INN - Also an organization that has lots of services for the poor.  Our groups worked serving people in their soup kitchen.

Hour Children - An organization that aids children of moms who are incarcerated.  They provide care for children and housing for newly released mom's and their children.  We sorted through donated toys for them to take to Rikers Island for the moms to give to their children on visitation day.  We also worked in a thrift store sorting clothes to be sold for fundraising.  One group helped set up an area for Teen Activities.  

On Monday we also had a group helping clear brush at St. Joseph Home for the Aged.  Another group helped an 80 year old retired teacher whose husband recently passed to purge some of her belongings.  

Thank you for being Christ to so many people! 



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Kam Dohogne signed with Columbia College to play baseball next year. Dohogne, who was the 2019 SEMO Conference Pitcher of the Year, finished 5-3 overall with 51 Ks and a 2.26 ERA last season. In addition to baseball, Dohogne is a member of the Bulldog soccer and basketball teams. 

Congratulations Kam!

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