Called to be Faithful Stewards

Called to be Faithful Stewards is the Diocese of Evansville’s 2022 Catholic Parishes Campaign.  

“I am grateful for the way you support the mission of the Church by your prayer, engagement and generous contributions. Please be assured that I pray for you at Mass each day and I ask you to pray for me.  Our work would not be possible without the generous gifts made by you to the Catholic Parishes Campaign. I am grateful to you for sharing God’s abundance in support of our mission as Church. I want you to know that we are careful stewards of those gifts and never forget where they came from.” 
Bishop Joseph Siegel, Bishop of Evansville.

We are called to care for the many gifts God has given us. It is good to use those gifts to grow God’s kingdom in our diocese through our financial contributions to the Catholic Parishes Campaign. We are grateful to you for your past support of this vital work and we ask that you prayerfully consider continuing your support this year. If you have never made a contribution to the appeal, or if you haven’t contributed lately, please consider doing so this year.  The diocese released an impact report to share the news of how your CPC dollars help many in our community.  

All Saints Parish will begin our Called to Faithful Stewards CPC Drive in the next few weeks.  We ask that you prayerfully consider your gifts to the community campaign.

The Diocese of Evansville’s Catholic Parishes Campaign “In 2021, the Office of Family and Life reinstated the Project Rachel post-abortion healing ministry at the diocesan level, offering spiritual and emotional healing to those who have been touched by abortion.” The Office of Family and Life is supported by our contributions to the Catholic Parishes Campaign. Click now to read more about the Office of Family & Life.

Catholic Charities provides opportunities and hope for the future. One of the ways this is accomplished is through the Neighbor to Neighbor program. This faith-based, life-skills education program helps families move away from financial dependence on social service agencies and move toward self-sufficiency.” Catholic Charities is supported by our contributions to the Catholic Parishes Campaign. Click now to read more about the ministries at Catholic Charities.

“The Diocese has 11 seminarians, and the House of Discernment has four residents. These 15 men come from 12 different parishes across the Diocese. The Savio community has grown to nearly 200 teenage young men from more than half of the parishes in our 12 counties in the past three years.” The diocesan Office of Vocations is supported by our contributions to the Catholic Parishes Campaign. Click now to read more about Diocese of Evansville Vocations.

Through the Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministry, one hundred eight participants from the Diocese of Evansville headed to Indianapolis for the National Catholic Youth Conference, a three-day event filled with catechesis, worship and faith-building. The Diocese also celebrated the vibrant faith of the 52 Saint Maria Goretti Youth Distinction recipients at a Mass and conferral ceremony at St. Benedict Cathedral.” The Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministry is supported by our contributions to the Catholic Parishes Campaign. Click now to read more about the Office of Youth & Young Adult Ministry.

“For the second consecutive year, the communications office navigated the difficult times associated with the COVID-19 pandemic to produce The Message on a weekly basis without interruption. The communications staff is extremely grateful for the support it receives annually from across the diocese because it enables publication of a newspaper that remains community focused for the collective Catholic family across our 12 counties.” The Office of Communications is supported by our contributions to the Catholic Parishes Campaign. Click now to read more about the Office of Communications.

“The Office of Stewardship brought the annual Brute’ Society awards back to an in-person celebration in 2021. We inducted 130 new members into the society, which recognizes parishioners who lead exemplary lives of stewardship. Nominees are selected by each parish and are presented with a medal and certificate of appreciation at a special Mass each fall. More than 500 people attended the Mass at St. Benedict Cathedral in 2021.” The Office of Stewardship is supported
by our contributions to the Catholic Parishes Campaign. Click now to read more about the Office of Stewardship.