Dear Friends,

Here are a couple of opportunities we are working on as we start to reopen our campus.  First of all, we are now celebrating the Sacrament of Reconciliation at regular scheduled times; Saturday 3 pm – 4 pm, Tuesday 5 pm -5:45 pm, Wednesday 5 pm – 5:45 pm.  To allow for adequate spacing and creating an opportunity to celebrate the sacrament in anonymity or face to face, we will be using the small conference room/office just inside the north entry of the Atrium.  Because Fr. Martin & I anticipate quite a few people seeking this sacrament, we ask that penitents stay focused on celebrating the sacrament when they enter the temporary confessional.  I know many of us have been cooped up for months and are starving for some social interaction, but we also want to ensure that those who are in need of reconciliation will be afforded an opportunity to go to Confession.

As you know the Diocese of Evansville will begin what I hope will be a gradual reopening for public celebration of Mass on Monday, May 18th. At this time we will also be permitted to celebrate Funeral and Wedding Masses. Please see the attached letter which contains important information about our schedule, procedures and expectations for participants. God Bless.

Please click here to view a letter from Fr. Bernie

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Wednesday Morning Mass June 3, 2020

Tuesday Evening Mass June 2, 2020

Monday Morning Mass June 1, 2020

Office Hours

The Parish Office is closed to the public until further notice due to the Corona virus.

Mass Times

Weekend Mass Times: Saturday, 4:30 PM,
Sunday, 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM and
a Mass in Spanish at 1:00 PM

Weekday Mass Times: M, W, TH, F at 7:30 AM
Tuesday at 6:00 PM,
Wednesday Mass in Spanish at 6:00 PM

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