Immaculate Conception Catholic Church Celebrates 150 Years With Art Contest

By Martha Phillips – Special to the Navarro County Gazette

Immaculate Conception Catholic Church is celebrating 150 years in Corsicana, and is the oldest parish in the Dallas Diocese.

Courtesy photo – Martha Phillips

Celebrations will take place throughout the year with the grand finale on Oct. 3, starting the day with a beautiful outdoor Mass presided by the Bishop, followed by a festival of ethnic foods, live music and games for the kids. The community is welcome to join the in fun and celebrations.

To kick off the celebration of its 150-year anniversary, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church is holding an art contest for the logo which will be used to commemorate the event. This logo will appear on flyers, announcements, T-shirts, and on the cover of the parish cookbook and other marketing materials. Anyone is eligible to enter the contest.

Winners will receive the following:

First place: $150
Second place: $100
Third place: $50 and receive a free t-shirt with the logo.

Digital submissions may be sent to communications@iccorsicana.org.

Physical submissions may be dropped off or mailed to:

Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
c/o Art Contest Submission
P.O. Box 798
Corsicana, TX 75151

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