EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. August 3, 2020 – Bishop Joseph M. Siegel has issued the following statement regarding the dispensation from the Sunday and holy day Mass obligations in the Diocese of Evansville: “While commending our pastors and pastoral life coordinator, who have gone to great lengths to assure safe worship spaces in our churches, the Indiana […]
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As we hold each other in prayer during this challenging time, we are called to look out for each other, to be kind and understanding, to encourage and support each other through this difficult time. Let us pray for those who are sick, healthcare professionals, caregivers, all front-line workers and families in crisis. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us.
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- It is suggested if you are over 65 or have compromised health to please stay home.
- If you are sick or have been exposed to Covid-19 please stay home.
- Wear a Face Mask – at this time it is required by the parish and the state.
- Social Distance – please try to stay 6 ft. from others.
- No Social Gathering – before or after Mass inside the church buildings.
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For seventy-five years, the Blessed Virgin Mary has been our special advocate, intercessor and inspiration throughout all the joys and sorrows that the people in the 12 counties of the Diocese of Evansville have experienced. Therefore, all of the faithful are invited to join Bishop Siegel as he consecrates the diocese to the Immaculate Heart […]
SCREENING MAMMOGRAMS ON THE GO CAPE IS BRINGING THE MOBILE BREAST CENTER TO:Back parking lot of St. Mary Church613 Cherry St. (between 6th and MLK)Evansville, IN 47713 Date: Friday, June 26, 2020Time: 8:00 am to 3:00 pm Mammograms are covered by most health plans. Please verify that Deaconess Health System is an in-network provider with […]
Thank you for supporting the ongoing financial needs of the parish — salaries and other financial obligations continue. If you are able, please continue your giving at Mass, electronically or by US Mail. Our prayers are with our parishioners and families who are facing financial difficulty and job loss.