Ash Wednesday Mass Times: 2/14/18
8:00am Mass with Ashes
12:10pm Communion Service with Ashes
6:30pm Mass with Ashes
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Weekend Mass times
*There is no longer a Sunday 4:45pm Mass. If you are in need of attending a Sunday evening Mass please consider attending:
All Saints Parish (St. Anthony Church)
704 North 1st Ave
Weekday Mass Times
Monday 8:00am Communion Service
Tuesday 8:00am Mass
Wednesday 6:30pm Mass
Thursday t 8:00am Liturgy of the Word
Friday. 8:00am Mass
*Low gluten hosts available upon request.
Saturday: 4:00-4:40 PM
Or by appointment.
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Coordinator of Parish Operations
Job Position Open:
We are currently seeking a full-time Coordinator of Parish Operations. The position is directly responsible to the pastor with oversight of finances, facilities and personnel, supervising office staff as well as maintenance/janitorial staff. A good candidate will be a practicing Catholic who has a bachelors or masters of business administration or equivalent experience with 5 to 10 years of management experience. Deadline for applying is February 5. Click here for the Job Posting and Job Description.
From Our Pastor:
Thank you, thank you, thank you. I heard that you enjoyed Fr. Eugene Hensell last weekend as he was here for Saint Meinrad Sunday. Thanks for welcoming him here in my absence. Thanks too for all of your prayers as I was at the Teens Encounter Christ (TEC) retreat. It was our 100th in the Diocese of Evansville! Like always it was incredible to see the transformation in the young people and adults on the weekend as well as seeing how God worked through the team that put on the retreat.
I pray that your Lent is started off well. Mine has had a bit of a rocky start with the busy-ness of things in the days and weekend after Ash Wednesday, but I'm getting myself on track. If you haven't yet figured out your Lenten practices of prayer, fasting and almsgiving, it's not too late. I urge you to take the time to decide on what will be the most effective for you to get back to basics with your relationship with God. At the end of Lent as we celebrate the joys of Easter, I hope that it isn't just our waistlines that have changed because we only sacrificed food vs. all of the other ways that God is calling us back to Himself. Please do check out the parish website for many more ideas on how you can make this Lent more special than last year. There are ideas and links to websites, daily Lenten emails and even smartphone apps to help keep you on track for a great Lent.
There is so much that we have going on even in our parish that keeping everything straight is always a challenge. Here's a couple of things that we have coming up soon that you can find out more about in our bulletin and online at our website.
Bishop Siegel is visiting each deanery of the diocese to have a time to get to know the people of the diocese. Holy Redeemer is hosting the Mass here for the South deanery. If you haven't gotten to meet Bishop Siegel personally or to attend one of his Masses, now is your chance. He will be with us on Tuesday, March 6 for a 6:30 pm Mass. After Mass, there will be a reception in the cafeteria. I hope that you and your family will plan to join us.
Then, the week after that, we have a Lenten evening with Catholic Speaker and Comedian Chris Padgett on Tuesday, March 13 at 6:30 pm. We invite you to join us for a family night so that our Lent may be joy-filled. Our junior high and high school youth are specially invited to a Backstage event complete with an ice cream sundae bar & Christ Padgett at 7:30 pm after his presentation. Both events are free and a free-will offering will be taken up after Chris's presentation.
We are also moving closer to the March 3 & 4 kickoff of the Stewards of God's Grace Capital Campaign. We are in the last wave of parishes to participate in the campaign. Three other waves have occurred over the last year and a half. Many parishes have been surprised at how well they have done. I pray that we too will be successful in moving towards our goal as it will benefit both our parish as well as the diocese. Let us continue to pray for our hearts to be open to God's call to be good Stewards of God's Grace.
With so much going on here and in your own families, let us continue to find the time and heart to joyfully enter into this season of Lent.
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