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

Disciples
on a Journey…
Together

“The Pastoral Life Coordinator serves as the visible servant leader of the parish community. The PLC does not do this alone. Every parish member must bear responsibility for struggles and successes.” (excerpt from the Pastoral Life Coordinator job description)

Together we will strive to be a faith filled family who acts justly, loves tenderly, forgives freely and walks humbly with our God. Join me in this mission as we keep the vibrancy and vitality of All Saints Parish present in our community.         

Your Pastoral Life Coordinator,
Sharon

SUNday
Recorded Mass

Watch pre-recorded 10:30 am Sunday Mass sermons from All Saints Parish.

Sunday Recorded Mass

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!

Synod Process

SYNOD LOGO 2021 2024

By convoking this Synod, Pope Francis is inviting all the baptised to participate in this Synodal Process that begins at the diocesan level.

One of the goals of every synod is to produce, as one bishop put it, an “ecclesial cardiogram” to reveal the movements of the Holy Spirit in our day and age.
How this happens is a lengthy and complex process of prayer, discussion, and writing summary documents.

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As we continue to celebrate Black History Month, it's important to listen to the stories and experiences from all corners of the Catholic Church.

Check out this excellent 2020 short film, "Black Faith Matters," from Spirit Juice, which details the life of a parish in New Orleans. https://youtu.be/XAmzyXxcKeg
All Saints Parish Clothes Closet News
Help us restock our shelves. We are in need of...
winter clothing
heavy coats (xl, 1x-4x),
hats & scarves
blankets
underwear and socks for all sizes
men’s pants
men’s shirts, esp. sizes XL, 2X, 3X.
men and women’s belts, med & lg.
Your Justice challenge this week, but really for all of Lent, is to think of someone in the world who is experiencing their own cross. It might be the cross of hunger, of human trafficking, of living in a war-torn village or city, or of being denied freedom of expression. Even though you don’t know this person’s name, imagine how this person looks, how old they might be, and even where they live. Then choose something to give up this Lent, something which may cause a bit of suffering and sacrifice on your part, to stand in solidarity with the brother or sister whose pain is—and should be—our pain. Offer up your sacrifice on their behalf. Every day, as members of our one human family, say a prayer for this person. Use the time or the money you would have spent on whatever you give up to support an organization in your parish or in our universal Catholic Church which works to end injustice for those who suffer. Some possible choices include your local St. Vincent de Paul chapter, the Catholic Campaign for Human Development, Catholic Charities, or Catholic Relief Services. ©Center for Ministry Development. Published by the Pastoral 
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2024 Southern Justice Pilgrimage ~  April 17-20, 2024
Over the next few weeks we will share highlights of the Pilgrimage and how to sign up so you can be a pilgrim with us.
Day One - We are heading to Birmingham, AL to tour the 16th Street Baptist Church & the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. There are a few more stops we will make, visit our website to view the complete itinerary and sign up today.  https://allsaintsevansville.org/southern-justice-pilgrimage/
2024 Tri-State Creation Care Conference - Save the Date
Would you like to honor a loved one this Easter with a Flower Memorial? 

Visit our online giving page https://allsaintsevansville.org/give/ today to honor a loved one today.  For our envelope givers, look for your Easter Flower Memorial envelope to be coming soon.
A-Men’s Club of All Saints Parish will host their Monthly meeting at St. Anthony Campus
on Tuesday, February 20.  Come and join us at 6:00pm !

Questions? Contact Roger Rogge (812)430-4550
Prayer & Pledge of Commitment To Protect and Heal God’s Creation
We have come to renew our covenant with God and with one another in Christ Jesus, our Lord.
We have come to help protect God’s creation.
We have come as followers of Jesus to commit ourselves anew to one another and to heal injustice and poverty.
We have come to stand together against all threats to life.
We have come to discover some new beauty every day in God’s creation: the sunrise and sunset, birds, flowers and trees, rainbows in the sky, the stars, the many forms of life in the forest.
We have come to listen to the “music of the universe”- water flowing over rocks, the wind, trees bending in the wind, raindrops pattering the roof.
We will remember always that God speaks to us through the beauty of his creation, and we will try our best to answer God’s call to reverence all that he has created.
 #creationcare - United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
@tristatecreationcare

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