I have been attending Immaculate Conception for the past few years. The parish is full of young families. There are only a few older couples that I ever see, but oodles of children. There is also a large Hispanic population at the church. They offer two masses in Spanish every Sunday. They are very involved in the Durham community and have numerous programs ongoing at any time. The music is usually nice. At the early mass (7:45 am) it is usually organ music, while at 9:30 and 11:15 there is usually multiple instruments and a choir. The music selection is sometimes odd, especially for the communion hymns, which is typically solemn, reflective music, they generally choose very upbeat, distracting music. I am also quite dissappointed in their mass times. They offer no English speaking mass after 11:15 am on Sunday morning and on holy days typically offer a 7 am, 815 am, noon, and 7 pm (in Spanish), with no vigil mass. This leaves the working member only one real opportunity to attend mass when required. Sunday mass is typically over an hour. Overall an decent church, with nice caring priests, but I feel a lacking a little.