Location: Damar Village, Quezon City
The Immaculate Conception Parish in Damar was originally a chapel in 1954 when Damar village was created. San Miguel Corporation was the developer of the village and thought that a chapel would be good to complete the entire framework of the village. When it was done, The Franciscans celebrated the Sunday masses for those Catholics in the village whose population comprise some 80% Chinese. Today, massgoers come from both the village as well as from those baranggays and places within its premises or jurisdiction. It was turned into a parish when Jaime Cardinal Sin decided to assign a priest to take care of the sacramental life of the people on August 22, 1987 which was the Feast of the Queenship of Mary. LRMS priests were assigned in the parish since 2003. Today, Fr. Ray Victor Pascual, LRMS is the current parish priest.
Fr. Ray Victor Pascual, LRMS