News Category: Parish News

Outreach Opportunity Ozanam Family Shelter

 With the pandemic over, members from All Saints Parish are once again volunteering at Ozanam. They are hoping to go to Ozanam several times a month.  To make this possible…they are looking for more volunteers.  
If you are interested in helping….playing games, doing activities…please contact Jaeden Wagner.  Jaeden is our coordinator for this Outreach opportunity.  If you are interested in helping, please contact her at Jaeden Wagner 812.453.6321.

Youth from All Saints Parish and their friends take a break from the games. They are providing games and activities for the children and youth staying at the Ozanam House. Thanks for your service!

Natural Family Planning (NFP) Awareness Week

From July 25–31, the Church in the United States observes National Natural Family Planning (NFP) Awareness Week. The dates highlight the anniversary of the papal encyclical Humanae vitae (July 25)—which articulates Catholic beliefs about human sexuality, conjugal love, and responsible parenthood—and encompasses the feast of Saints Joachim and Anne (July 26). NFP can sometimes help couples struggling with infertility to conceive a child. Married Couples, Engaged Couples, Youth Groups, Young Adults, Parish and School Leaders can learn more about NFP by contacting the Office of Family & Life at egirten@evdio.org; by contacting the Holy Family Center for Life at HFCLsignup@gmail.com or by going to http://www.evdio.org/natural-family-planning.html or usccb.org/nfp.  

Thank You, Evansville Crime Prevention Unit

Thank you to Jay Pagett, Bill Schafer, and Ted Karges with the Evansville Crime Prevention Unit

Using their Soda Blaster of Baking Soda and Pressurized Air the team came to St. Anthony and removed the graffiti from the school and church buildings.

The high-powered pressurized machine and all the equipment used is funded by a state grant from the (DMD) Department of Metropolitan Development and the Evansville Police Foundation and staying environmentally safe by using baking soda that is provided by donations and not tax dollars.

If you would like to make a donation you can send it to:
Evansville Police Department Foundation
in care of the Soda Blaster Unit.
15 NW Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Evansville, IN  47708