Holy Virgin of Guadalupe,
Queen of the Angels and Mother of the Americas.
We fly to you today as your beloved children.
We ask you to intercede for us with your Son,
as you did at the wedding in Cana.
Pray for us, loving Mother,
and gain for our nation and world,
and for all our families and loved ones,
the protection of your holy angels,
that we may be spared the worst of this illness.
For those already afflicted,
we ask you to obtain the grace of healing and deliverance.
Hear the cries of those who are vulnerable and fearful,
wipe away their tears and help them to trust.
In this time of trial and testing,
teach all of us in the Church to love one another and to be
patient and kind.
Help us to bring the peace of Jesus to our land and to
We come to you with confidence,
knowing that you truly are our compassionate mother,
health of the sick and cause of our joy.
Shelter us under the mantle of your protection,
keep us in the embrace of your arms,
help us always to know the love of your Son, Jesus.
Virgen Santísima de Guadalupe,
Reina de los Ángeles y Madre de las Américas.
Acudimos a ti hoy como tus amados hijos.
Te pedimos que intercedas por nosotros con tu Hijo,
como lo hiciste en las bodas de Caná.
Ruega por nosotros, Madre amorosa,
y obtén para nuestra nación, nuestro mundo,
y para todas nuestras familias y seres queridos,
la protección de tus santos ángeles,
para que podamos salvarnos de lo peor de esta enfermedad.
Para aquellos que ya están afectados,
te pedimos que les concedas la gracia de la sanación y
Escucha los gritos de aquellos que son vulnerables y temerosos,
seca sus lágrimas y ayúdalos a confiar.
En este tiempo de dificultad y prueba,
enséñanos a todos en la Iglesia a amarnos los unos a los otros
y a ser pacientes y amables.
Ayúdanos a llevar la paz de Jesús a nuestra tierra y a nuestros
Acudimos a ti con confianza, sabiendo que realmente eres
nuestra madre compasiva,
la salud de los enfermos y la causa de nuestra alegría.
Refúgianos bajo el manto de tu protección, mantennos
en el abrazo de tus brazos,
ayúdanos a conocer siempre el amor de tu Hijo, Jesús.
The Parish Hall floor project has been in the works for quite a while, and we are so excited to finally have everything complete! Check out our photo album to see a step-by-step pictures of what went into the remodel.
We are excited to announce that we have completed our chapel window remodel!
These windows are very special to this Parish. They are made from the glass from the windows of the former Saint Vincent Church. We are excited to give these windows new life and bring a bit of our history back into the Parish.
We are anticipating using the remaining reclaimed glass in other windows in the Parish in the future.
The Christmas Posada celebration was a huge success. Everyone had a great time with the piñatas, even the priests! Thanks again to all of the volunteers who made the event possible! See our album for more pictures.
The Indiana Vigil & March for Life are quickly approaching. This year the Vigil for Life is led by Audrey Assad on January 21st from 7:00-9:00pm at St. John the Evangelist Church in Indianapolis.
The Indiana March for Life takes place the next day, the 22nd, beginning at 12:00pm with Mass at St. John the Evangelist Church. The March will begin at 1:30 and will be followed by the Rally at 2:00pm at the Indiana State House.
The Destination Jesus Retreat will be from February 15-February 17, 2019 at Theodore Guerin Catholic High School. The theme will be Alive Again.
Be sure to check the website for more information as it’s released!
A few weeks ago, we kicked off Advent with our O Holy Night concert. Follow the link below to see the recording of the concert!
All Saints will be presenting a Lenten Retreat on Wisdom and the Works of Mercy weekly from February 6th – April 10th. The sessions will take place on Wednesday evenings from 6:30pm-8:00pm in the Parish Hall. The $25.00 registration fee will buy a workbook, and 2 books that will be used throughout the retreat. You can still register in the Parish Office!
Parishioners of all ages enjoyed our Cookie Decorating event this past Saturday. Huge thanks again to our volunteers who helped bake cookies, set up the Hall, and clean up afterwards!
See our album for more pictures!
The Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe is quickly approaching. We have a lot going on to help parishioners celebrate the Feast Day. See the complete schedule of events below.
December 5th : Bilingual Holy Hour & Eucharist Blessing, Church, 7:00pm-8:00pm
December 6th : Spanish Rosary, Church, 7:00pm-8:00pm
December 7th : Spanish Rosary, Church, 7:00pm-8:00pm
December 8th : Spanish Rosary, Church, 7:00pm-7:45pm
Narration of the Apparitions of OLG, Church, 7:45pm-8:30pm
December 9th : Spanish Rosary, Church, 7:00pm-8:00pm
December 10th : Spanish Rosary, Church, 7:00pm-8:00pm
December 11th : Spanish Rosary, Church, 7:00pm-8:00pm
Program for the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe
5:00am-6:00am : Mañanitas to Our Lady of Guadalupe, Church
6:00am-7:30am : Breakfast, Parish Hall
8:00am-8:30m : Mass (English), Church
6:00pm-7:30pm : Multicultural Bilingual Solemnity Mass, Church
7:30-8:00pm : Fiesta, Parish Hall
For pictures of the Our Lady of Guadalupe display and events taking place, see our photo album!
Fr. Jeff celebrated Mass this morning at the Mt. Hope Cemetery Chapel in honor of All Souls Day. See our photo album for more pictures.
We have a lot coming up for Religious Education in the next month as we gear up for this academic year! We will be taking registrations after every Mass on the weekend of September 8th & 9th. On September 9th, we will hold an Ice Cream Social at 2:00pm in the Parish Hall. The following Sunday, September 16th, will be the first day of Religious Education Classes. Please see the flyer for more details!
The Third Annual Serra Series Priest vs. Seminarian Softball Game will be Saturday, August 4th at the Kokomo Municipal Stadium. Pregame starts at 11:45am, and first pitch will be at noon. The admission price is $5.00 a person, or $20.00 a family. All proceeds benefit the Seminarian Fund. Concessions will be open for all softball snacking needs. Can the Priests win 3 years in a row, or will the Seminarians finally win one? Come out and see!
We would like to extend a warm welcome to our new Pastor, Fr. Jeff Martin! A few of you might remember him from his time as Associate Pastor here a few years ago, and we are so excited to welcome him back as part of the Parish Family. Let us continue to pray for him during this transitional period, and continue to show him love and support as he adjusts. Welcome back, Fr. Jeff!
Fr. Dominic celebrated his last Masses at All Saints this past weekend. As he beings his transition to the Cathedral in Lafayette, we reflect back on the past 6 years that he has been part of our Parish family, and we are so grateful to have had the opportunity to get to know him so well. He will be greatly missed as our Pastor and dear friend, but we know he will bring great blessings to his new parishioners. Let us continue to lift him up in prayer.
Fr. Dominic’s Open House was a huge success! Thank you to all who came and celebrated Fr. Dominic, and surrounded him with love and support. We would like to extend a special thank you to all of the volunteers who came together to make it such a great party. To see more pictures from the Open House, see our photo album.
The Saturday evening vigil Mass this past Saturday started with the dedication of the Cross Monument Prayer Garden. See our photo album for more pictures.
The dedication of the Cross Monument Prayer Garden will take place at the start of the 4:30pm Mass tomorrow evening. The Prayer Garden provides a place for our parishioners to pray and reflect on the history of the Catholic Church in Cass County. It’s a beautiful space, and we are excited to put it to use.
This past Saturday, we celebrated our That Man Is You participants and team members with a hog roast. The weather may have been rainy, but that didn’t stop us from enjoying the great food and awesome company. Thanks so much to all of our volunteers and participants who helped make TMIY such a successful ministry this year!
Our Annual May Crowning & Procession took place this past Sunday. The children who received First Communion were able to dress in their First Communion clothes and walk as part of the procession.
All Saints would like to extend a sincere thank you to the volunteers who helped out on our Parish Work Days last month. Our volunteers spent their days raking leaves, cleaning the woodwork in the Church, and washing the windows. It was great to see everyone pull together and help make our Parish beautiful!
All Saints Parish will be hosting a 6 week Women’s Bible Study. The study will be done through Walking with Purpose, a Bible Study program that enables women to know Christ through Scripture. Our study is titled “Living in the Father’s Love,” and will begin on May 23rd. All women are welcome to attend the study and grow in faith and community with other women. Registration forms can be found in the Parish Office.
For more information, contact Daphne Schafer at email@example.com.
Our 35th Annual Community Easter Dinner was a huge success! There was great food, great conversation, and truly the best desserts in Cass County. We want to extend a sincere thank you to all of our wonderful volunteers who came together to make it a great afternoon! See our photo album for more pictures.
Here at All Saints, we kicked off our Easter Triduum on Maundy Thursday with the Mass of the Lord’s Supper. This mass is quite unlike our usual Thursday evening Masses. At this Mass, Fr. Dominic and Fr. Lopez humbly washed the feet of 12 parishioners. After, Adoration was held until Midnight in the Parish Hall. See our photo album for more pictures.
Though there was no Mass celebrated on Good Friday, we offered a number of services including a Meditation on Christ’s Seven Last Words, Stations of the Cross, and the Commemoration of the Lord’s Passion. Check out our album to see pictures from Stations of the Cross, and the Commemoration of the Lord’s Passion.
On Saturday night, we began the Easter Vigil outside around the Easter fire that lit the Paschal candle. As we entered the worship space, the only light to guide us was the flicker of flames from our own candles. Several scripture passages were read to help us meditate and reflect on God’s works since the beginning of time. Finally, our Candidates and Catechumens, who have come so far on their discernment journey, were fully received into the Catholic Faith. We welcomed 17 new parishioners! What a beautiful way to start the Easter season. See our photo album for more pictures.
The Chrism Mass was celebrated at the Cathedral in Lafayette this past Tuesday. It’s always such a beautiful Mass. Check out our photo album for more pictures. Can you spot our Priests in any of them?
Logansport has been nominated for the America’s Main Street Contest! The winner gets $25, 000 towards revitalizing our community. We need all the help we can get sending in votes. You can vote for Logansport once a day through April 28th at www.mainstreetcontest.com/profile/61. Make sure you’re voting every day and spreading the word to help push us through to the final round!
As we work on preparing for our 35th Annual All Saints Easter Dinner, we noticed that we are still looking for more volunteers to provide homemade desserts. We advertise having the best homemade desserts in Cass County at our Easter dinner, and we need your help to make it happen! If you would like to volunteer to bring a homemade dessert, contact Amy Miller at (574) 721-5449. Find more information on this year’s Easter dinner here.
Don’t forget, All Saints is hosting 24 Hours for the Lord today! We have already heard a set of our talks, “How to Read the Bible,” and “Catholic Church Rituals & Practices.” Both talks are still to be offered in Spanish, and “How to Read the Bible” will be presented again in English this evening. Our Q&A with The Priest will be this afternoon, so start preparing your questions now! Along with the scheduled activities, there will be plenty of opportunity for silent prayer. Come join us for our day of prayer and reflection! See The Schedule for a complete breakout of events happening today.
All Saints Catholic Church
Sunday, April 1, 2018
11:00 am to 1:30 pm
Planning is underway for the annual All Saints Free Community Easter Dinner! The dinner will be served from 11:00 am to 1:30 pm in the Parish Hall. If you cannot join us in the Parish Hall, we will be providing home deliveries!
A traditional dinner of glazed baked ham, au gratin potatoes, applesauce, green beans, rolls, and the best homemade desserts in Cass County.
Many guests and volunteers are needed to make this event a success. What better way to celebrate Christ’s Resurrection than in service to and fellowship with others? All are welcome to celebrate our risen Savior by sharing a meal and conversation.
Volunteers are needed to deliver meals to shut-ins, serve meals, simply talk with our guests, assist in the kitchen, help with set up and clean up and provide home-made desserts.
We guarantee you’ll have fun. Please call Amy Miller, 721-5449, to volunteer or provide a dessert.
The 2018 Cass County Churchmen United Men’s Lenten Breakfasts and 2018 Logansport Area Church Women United Lenten Breakfasts will be held on Saturdays during Lent. The Men & Women’s groups are two separate groups, and will be meeting at different times on Saturdays. The event includes breakfast and a Guest Speaker or special program each week. All Men and Women are invited and encouraged to attend their corresponding breakfasts. The breakfasts will start this Saturday February 17th. See the schedules below for dates and locations for each.
At the 10:00 Mass this past Sunday, we celebrated the Rite of Welcoming. This is a Rite for the Candidates, baptized individuals, who have been going through the RCIA process to join the Church. During this Rite, we recognize the Candidates’ decision to move forward with the RCIA process and their journey to entering fully into the Church during Easter. We would like to joyfully extend our prayers and welcome to the Candidates presented on Sunday. See our photo album for more pictures from the Rite.
We celebrated Mardi Gras a little bit early here at All Saints this past weekend. We gave away prizes, sold many auction items, and enjoyed wonderful music by Mike Bowen & Ted Boyd. Not only were we able to spend time with friends and fellow parishioners, but we were able to raise money for our Prayer Garden Cross Project and our Sister Parish in Haiti in the process. A big thank you, again, to all of our volunteers and sponsors who were able to help us put on such a fun event! See our photo album for more photos of the event.
This past Sunday at All Saints was Scout Sunday. The Boy Scouts attended the 10:00 Mass and stepped in as our Lectors, Servers, Ushers, and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion. See our photo album for more pictures.
Have you always wanted to learn Spanish, but just weren’t sure where to start? Or do you know some Spanish, but want to increase your skills? The Bridge Community Church is offering a 12-week Spanish Immersion course for beginner and intermediate Spanish Speakers starting on Tuesday February 6th. This course will contain elements of speaking, reading, and writing Spanish. The cost is $250 per individual. Payment installment options and scholarships are available upon request. There are only 16 slots open, so sign up quickly to guarantee your spot in this course!
All Saints Parish will be hosting a Mardi Gras party on Saturday, February 10th. Come join us for a fun night of music, food, and auctions. Tickets are only $25.00 per person and include a ticket for wine/bourbon tasting. All Proceeds will benefit our Prayer Garden Cross Project and our Haiti Sister Parish of Terre-Neuve.
The All Saints Boy Scout Troop 2 Annual Toboggan Run has been postponed from Saturday, January 6th until Saturday, January 20th due to cold temperatures. The Toboggan Run will be taking place of the Klondike event that was scheduled for that weekend. We will be leaving Logansport at 8:00AM to go to Pokagon State Park, and arriving back between 5:30 and 6:00PM that evening. Come join us for some winter fun!
Every month parishioners gather to sign cards for parish families suffering the loss of a loved one. Despite the frigid weather, we are still holding our monthly event this Friday, January 5th, after the 8:00 Mass. Come join us for coffee, donuts, and card signing!
On January First, All Saints parishioners gathered to celebrate the Solemnity of Mary. What a great way to start off the New Year! See our photo album for more pictures from this Mass.
Despite the snow and frigid weather, Midnight Mass turned out beautifully. The Choir did an amazing job starting the night off with the Prelude. It was a wonderful way to celebrate our Lord’s birth. Check out the photo album for more pictures.
The USCCB created this video of everyday people describing why they attend Adoration. Our First Friday Adoration is coming up on January 5th. The Chapel will be open from 8:30am until 8:00pm. Come spend some quiet time with the Lord.
This past weekend, on Sunday, All Saints Parish joyfully welcomed three new members into the Catholic faith. We would like to extend a warm welcome and our congratulations to our new members! More pictures can be found in our photo album.
Everyone had a blast at our Cookie Decorating Event this past Saturday. There were plenty of memories made, and gobs of sugar consumed. Thank you to all of our volunteers who baked cookies for this event. Check out our album to see more pictures!
Cookie Decorating – Tomorrow morning at 9:00am in the Parish Hall.
This event is open to adults and children alike, and there’s plenty of icing and sprinkles to go around. When you’re finished decorating, indulge in your masterpiece, or take them home to share with loved ones.
Religious Education Christmas Party- Sunday, December 17 6:00-7:00pm
The children in Religious Education will wrap up this semester with a Christmas Party. We hear that a special guest might even make an appearance to see the kids!
Advent Penance Services – Monday December 18 7:00pm & Tuesday December 19 12:30pm
If you are unable to attend either of these times, check the back of The Little Blue Book for more Penance Services in the Deanery.
Here at All Saints we spent yesterday celebrating Our Lady of Guadalupe. Check out our photo album to see more pictures of the different festivities held throughout the day, including Mass, and a fiesta!
Some of our volunteers here at All Saints joined forces to assemble the hundreds of Advent Booklets that we provide for Parishioners. This Booklet contains all of the awesome events going on in the Parish this Advent Season. Have you looked through yours yet? There are still some great events coming up, including a Cookie Decorating Event on the 16th at 9:00am, and the Christmas in the Park lights display on the 19th from 5:00-9:00pm!
The Salvation Army is still looking for bell-ringers at Walmart this Holiday Season. The time slots are set at 4 hours, but they can be split into two, two hour shifts. Grab a friend or two, bundle up, and make it a fun evening! The available time slots are listed below, starting with this evening. Call The Salvation Army to make arrangements to volunteer at (574) 722-1979.
Dec 11th 4-8pm both doors at Walmart
Dec 12th 4-8pm Walmart Home and Living
Dec 14th 4-8pm Walmart Home and Living
The Cass County Bereavement Support group will be holding our monthly meeting tomorrow, December 6, from 6:30-9:00pm in the St. Charles Room. We would like to extend our invitation to anyone who is suffering the loss of a loved one during this holiday season. We know the holidays can be especially difficult, so come join us as we support one another in the grieving process.
Don’t forget the Diocese-wide Faith-in-Action photo contest starts today! Go post your photos on the Diocese of Lafayette Facebook page, or tag them to your photos using their handle, @DOLComm. Be sure to mention that you’re from All Saints to put us in the running for the parish with the highest participation rate!
How do you live your faith in your everyday life? Show us! The Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana is holding a diocese-wide Faith-in-Action photo contest! To participate, simply post an original photo to the Diocese of Lafayette Facebook page, or tag them to your photo on twitter using their handle, @DOLComm. The pictures can be anything that demonstrates how you personally live your faith life such as a parish event, family ritual, or act of faith witnessed
The contest will run from Tuesday November 14th through Monday December 18th. And yes, there are prizes. The Grand Prize winner will receive a deluxe gift basket, while the first and second-place winners will receive a smaller gift basket. The parish with the highest participation rate will have its photo published on the Diocesan site, and in an issue of The Catholic Moment.
The contest is free to enter, and there is no submission limit, so get your cameras ready and let’s get All Saints in the running!
Parishioners gathered at Mt. Hope Cemetery this morning to celebrate Mass for All Souls Day. See our photo album for more pictures!
Our Parish Mission starts THIS Sunday, November 5th! Come and join us as we gather prayerfully as a parish to attend international speaker, author, and radio host, Jon Leonetti’s “Surge of the Heart” Parish Mission. Leonetti will use the Bible, stories, and experiences to guide us through this three part series on how to better live God’s will for our lives. The Mission will be held from 6:30pm-7:30pm in the Church, with refreshments to follow in the Parish Hall on Sunday November 5th, Monday November 6th, and Tuesday November 7th. Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to grow together as a parish, and individually as a Catholic.
Sunday November 5th: Who Is God And Why Love Him
Monday November 6th: God’s Dream For Your Life
Tuesday November 7th: Living God’s Dream
“For me, prayer is a surge of the heart; it is a simple look turned toward heaven, it is a cry of recognition and of love, embracing both trial and joy.”
― Thérèse of Lisieux
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Fr. Gustavo Lopez was born in Chihuahua City, Mexico on July 4th, 1968. He is the youngest of four siblings and was ordained to the Priesthood September 5th, 1995 in City of Parral, Chihuahua, Mexico by the Bishop Jose Andres Corral Arredondo. In 2006 he arrived in the Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana to stay and to serve.
“I am very happy to be with you. Please pray for me to serve you better!”
MEN: Are you interested in transforming your faith? Do you want to be a better husband and father? Are you looking for opportunities to be around other men who are trying to do the right thing? Do you love bacon? IF SO, PAY ATTENTION TO THE BULLETIN AND ANNOUNCEMENTS. TMIY meets on Friday mornings at 5:45 AM.
“O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to you.”
Our parish family lovingly encourages you to invite Our Lady of Fatima into your home. Through Our Lady’s intercession, many graces and blessings are given.
In 1946, Our Lady of Fatima was crowned Queen of the World. The next year, through her pilgrim statue, she set forth to claim her dominion. The favors she performs along the way are such that we can hardly believe what we are seeing with our own eyes. Pope Pius XII
Our Lady visits our homes on a weekly basis and is accompanied by a prayer and song book. Many people pray the rosary and other liturgical prayers with their immediate family members and host prayer groups with family and friends.
Have questions? Want to arrange a visit of Our Lady to your home?
Call Mike Stajduhar at 304-543-8816 or Barb Martin at 574-721-5420 to schedule a “pilgrimage” visit and reserve the Our Lady of Fatima statue for your home.