Evangelization is central to our lives. In joy and love we join together in welcoming all into our growing and vibrant faith community.

Been Away a While?

Catholics Come Home website

“I used to be Catholic.” “I am not religious.” “I want to grow in faith.” Learn more at www.Catholics Come Home.org.


What is stewardship? How much should we give? What are the different ways to give? Supporting specific ministries or sponsoring the bread and wine for Masses, memorial donations, in-kind donations, envelopes, online giving (link to page)



Through the Sacrament of Reconciliation, also called Confession or Penance, any sin after baptism is forgiven by God. The confessionals in our church provide an opportunity to sit face-to-face with the priest if desired. There is also an opportunity to receive the sacrament while remaining behind a screen. Confessions are scheduled each Saturday, starting an …

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The seven sacraments are central to the practice of our Catholic faith. Here are links for additional reading to learn more about each sacrament. Baptism Reconciliation (also called Penance or Confession) Eucharist (Holy Communion) Confirmation Holy Orders Matrimony (Marriage) Anointing of the Sick

Divine Mercy

God loves each of us unconditionally! God’s amazing, infinite, eternal LOVE is the foundation of all creation, and nothing we do or think or say can ever make God love us less.

Discover the Saints

All Saints Parish welcomes you

Each of us probably has a favorite saint. Looking around our beautiful church we see statues and images of saints. The feast days of saints are announced at the beginning of Mass. Stories of saints’ lives inspire and guide us. As Catholics, we can strengthen and nourish our faith through prayer, including intercessory prayer, where …

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