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 with All Saints
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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May 19th we Celebrate the best of All Saints Parish - YOU!
Happy Friday, All Saints Parish ! Let's pray the Rosary together today. Although on most Fridays during the liturgical year, the Church prays the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary, during Easter, it is customary to pray the Glorious Mysteries every day for all 50 days of Easter!

Bishop Robert Barron has shared this wonderful video that you can pray along with while you contemplate beautiful works of religious art for each mystery. Leave a comment to let us know you'll be praying with us today! 🙏🏻 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WoJ1hQTVdSo
Today is the feast of St. Stanislaus, bishop and martyr. Stanislaus was a Polish bishop who courageously spoke out against unjust wars and the immorality of the King of Poland despite threats of imprisonment and death. When he refused to keep silent in the face of evil, the king attempted to have him assassinated, and when that failed, he killed Stanislaus himself. St. Stanislaus joins the ranks of John the Baptist, Thomas Becket, and Thomas More as one who was willing to stand up to unjust rulers for the sake of the Gospel, even to the point of losing his life. 

Lord God, embolden our All Saints Parish  community by your Holy Spirit to resist evil wherever we encounter it, just as you did in St. Stanislaus. Amen.
Do you know the phrase, "Dying, you destroyed our death; rising, you restored our life"? Besides being a lovely bit of poetry, these words originate in the Catechism of the Catholic Church, where we read, "...the Paschal mystery has two aspects: by his death, Christ liberates us from sin; by his Resurrection, he opens for us the way to a new life" (no. 654).
Your challenge this week is to take one of the works of mercy (spiritual or corporal) and literally live it out.  At the end of the week, share with your family what you did and how it changed you. Remember, mercy wasn’t just the theme of a Jubilee Year!
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Join us for a wildflower workshop on Wednesday, April 10, 6:30pm at All Saints Parish, and turn your lawn into a Wildflower Sanctuary.  This session has a Zoom option.,
Click link below to register. https://allsaintsevansville.org/event/creation-care-wildflower-workshop/
Transform your yard into a habitat and help heal our earth. This is easy to do and maintain, Tri-State CC will provide the seed.
@tristatecreationcare
Come share TODAY what the Holy Spirit is saying to you!
Today, the Church celebrates the Sunday of Divine Mercy, which was instituted in 2000 by Pope John Paul II in response to the private revelations of Jesus to St. Faustina Kowalska. In her diary, St. Faustina writes that Jesus told her,

"My daughter, tell the whole world about my inconceivable mercy. I desire that the Feast of Mercy be a refuge and a shelter for all souls, and especially for poor sinners. On that day the very depths of My tender mercy are open."

To learn more about the graces of Divine Mercy, visit this website: https://www.thedivinemercy.org/celebrate/greatgrace/graces
Even as the disciples saw the empty tomb and the discarded burial cloths, they did not understand what had happened. But they kept faith, trusting that the Lord was at work. Let us keep that same faith when we do not find God where we expect Him to be.  LPI

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