October 18 ~ 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Weekend Mass for Health Care Workers

In light of the continued sacrifices made by those in the medical field, and especially in light of the continued rise in COVID-19 cases in our own diocese, we should pray for them in a most special way. As one way of uniting our prayers, Bishop Siegel has granted permission for priests to celebrate the Feast of Saint Luke, patron of physicians, the weekend of October 17-18 in place of the Masses for the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Readings for October 18 Feast of St Luke

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FREE Five-Week Program

All Saints Health Ministry is offering ‘Get My People Going’, a FREE five-week program rooted in the Exodus story from the Bible designed for use by everyone in our congregation. The program is for people of all ages and health conditions.
Sign-ups will continue this Saturday, October 17 and Sunday, October 18 after Mass. You can also call the Parish Office at (812) 423-5209, sign up on our App, Facebook or on the link below.

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