There is always a place for you at All Saints Parish.

All Saints Parish Evansville

All Saints Parish was created on July 1, 2015 with the merger of two of Evansville’s oldest parishes:
St. Anthony Parish and St. Joseph Parish. The merger has created a strong parish and positioned us to have even greater impact on our community as an expression of our faith.

Whether you’re new to the area, returning to the church, or curious about the Catholic faith and how it is shown in the world, we invite you to experience the warmth, the joy, and the community you’ll find at All Saints Parish. We welcome the doubter as well as the believer, the active in faith as well as the seeker.


Get Involved

Here at All Saints Parish, we offer several stewardship opportunities for all parishioners, young and old, to be involved in Parish life. Whether you would like to cook a meal, visit the elderly, join us in our justice ministries, pray for others, clean the church, or greet our parishioners at one of our weekend Masses. We offer opportunities for everyone to share their gifts and talents with others!

Weekly Events

Sunday Gospel Warm Up
Disciples on a Journey Sharon
ASP 1030 livestream
Virtual Mass Sunday

Welcome
Newcomers!

Whether you’re new to the area, returning to the church, or curious about the Catholic faith and how it is shown in the world, we invite you to experience the warmth, the joy, and the community you’ll find at All Saints Parish. We welcome the doubter as well as the believer. We welcome the active in faith as well as the seeker.

There is always a place for you at All Saints Parish.

Join Our Community

Giving is a blessing

Your contributions make a difference

In addition to your time and energy, All Saints Parish also depends on parishioners’ financial support. We’ve made it easy for you to consider online giving, and to determine an appropriate annual level of giving and to have your contribution automatically paid every week.

Growing in Faith
Together

Faith Opportunities

Here at All Saints Parish, we offer several opportunities for all parishioners, young and old, to grow in faith. Whether you would like to participate in a Scripture Study, JustFaith!, Family Faith, LifeTeen, becoming Catholic, or one of our other many programs and offerings, we offer opportunities for everyone to grow in their faith and gather with other parishioners!

Wednesday Morning Outreach

All Saints Catholic Parish - Evansville, IN

Part of our life in Christ is to help ensure that people’s basic physical needs are met.
Learn more about our Wednesday Morning Outreach Programs.

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Thank you to our All Saints Parish Family for joining us at 2024 Parish Appreciation Lunch.  Please visit our photo gallery on our website to see pictures from the event. https://allsaintsevansville.org/photo-gallery/
Celebrate with US!  2024 CAJE Celebration will be June 17th at St. Wendel Catholic Church.  Sign in at 6 pm, Program to start at 6:30 pm
INSPIRATION FOR THE WEEK —

Like a stool that cannot stand on two legs alone, we need the Holy Spirit. The third Person of the Trinity is the puzzle piece whose testimony completes the beautiful picture of salvation. Let us never fail to say: Come, Holy Spirit!
Your Justice challenge this week is to experience and celebrate something in another culture. It might be a particular prayer, or an ethnic dish, or a type of music. Whatever you choose, embrace the gift of the culture. And offer a prayer of thanks to God that while we are all created in God’s image, we are also created in unique and different ways from each other. ©Center for Ministry Development. Published by the Pastoral Center /PastoralCenter.com. All rights reserved
Come Holy Spirit...
I have said this prayer many times during my lifetime. I seem spend more time talking with God the Holy Spirit than God the Father or God the Son,
Jesus. Last year, this prayer was part of my retreat.  I have always wondered and never looked up the meaning of “consolations.” In the prayer above it says, “enjoy His consolations.” I grew up praying, “rejoice in His consolations.” I could never understand why I was supposed to rejoice/enjoy God consoling me. I know God loves me, but I don’t want God consoling me, telling me everything will be fine. It sounds patronizing or pacifying to me. Well, as I recall from retreat, God’s consolation involves peace, hope, love, joy. It brings us, our souls, into that incredible presence of God. May we all rejoice and enjoy the consolations of the Holy Spirit in our lives!
Sharon Vogler, Pastoral Life Coordinator
Last week at Mass you heard some stories of neighbors who our Saint Vincent de Paul conference were able to help. Do you think you would like to be part of this work? 
We invite you to come to one of our meetings and see if it is for you. We meet on Wednesdays at 4:15 in the Father Niehaus room of Saint Anthony school. We’d welcome your visit! Please call our All Saints parish office at 812.423.5209 if you are interested in helping with this ministry.
Give Online to All Saints Parish!
Today is National Baking Day!
What amazing baked good do you create that is the talk of the town? Or you know where to buy it?  Share your favorite recipe with a loved one, a coworker, or with a friend :)

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