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 8:00am Mass
Friday 8:00am Mass
*Low gluten hosts available upon request.
Weekday Mass Times (Summer Schedule -begins May 29)
Tuesday 8:00am Mass
Tursday 8:00am Mass
Saturdays 4:00-4:45 pm
Or by appointment.
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Please make a note:
Memorial Day (May 28)- Parish Office Closed
Welcome to Our Parish:
Please help us welcome Fr. David H. Nunning to our Parish Saturday and Sunday, May 26t & 27th.
Born August 3, 1943. Ordained August 3, 1969. Assistant, Sacred Heart, Evansville, and teacher, Memorial High School, 1969; associate, Holy Spirit, Evansville, and teacher, Memorial High School, 1971; Diocesan Director of Religious Education, 1973; Diocesan Education Commissioner, 1975; residence, St. Theresa, Evansville, 1979; associate, St. Joseph, Princeton, 1979; associate, Holy Rosary, Evansville, 1982; pastor, Corpus Christi, Evansville, 1984; pastor, St. Wendel, St. Wendel, 1991; Dean of Evansville West Deanery, 1995-present; pastor, St. Agnes, Evansville, and administrator of St. Wendel, St. Wendel, June 2000; administrator of Sacred Heart, Evansville, and continued as pastor, St. Agnes, 2001; pastor of Sacred Heart and St. Agnes, both in Evansville, November 2002; also administrator, St. Philip, Posey County, July 2012; retired July 1, 2014.
EVERYDAY STEWARDSHIP - Recognize God in Your Ordinary Moments
My wife and I have used the same baptismal gown for all 3 of our children. It is a very long traditional gown made with fabric taken from my wife's first communion dress and my mother-in-law's wedding gown. It is a symbol not just of each child being washed clean by the sacrament, but also of family and how faith has been passed down through generations. Faith is a gift and that gown shows how this family has taken seriously the cultivation of that faith and the sharing of it with those we love the most.
By our baptism we are called to a discipleship that compels us to share our faith with others. It is not always easy, but it would be wrong to horde that faith and not let it shine for others to see. When we think about a stewardship way of life, we sometimes focus on material goods, our talents and skills, or our time. But faith is a gift that needs to be treated in a similar way. We are heirs with Jesus Christ to this rich tapestry of faith and the Church. If all of us were to hide that faith and not seek to share it with others, that lineage would end with us.
We live during a time in history where in some lands people are finding Jesus in huge numbers, while in other places the numbers of people in the pews is declining sharply. We can spend all our time talking about these realities or we can choose to respond to our baptismal call. Jesus commanded us to go forth and make disciples of all nations. Maybe we can begin with our neighbor.
--Tracy Earl Welliver, MTS
Did You Know?
St. Pio of Pietrelcina was a Capuchin friar who lived in the twentieth century and bore the wounds of Christ's passion on his body for 50 years. He had a great devotion for the Blessed Mother and her Rosary and called the Rosary "the weapon for our times." Pray the Rosary daily!
~ A Message from the Legion of Mary