Christ the King & Holy Spirit Churches | 3010 E Chandler Ave, Evansville, IN 47714

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Annunciation Catholic Parish

Consecration to Saint Joseph

In celebration of the Year of Saint Joseph proclaimed by Pope Francis from December 8, 2020 to December 8, 2021, you are invited to participate in a Consecration to Saint Joseph. 

You can find more information here or you can click here to view the flyer. This consecration is underway, but you can do it at your own pace anytime.

Books available here:
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Annunciation Parish Podcast

Annunciation Parish is very excited to offer this new weekly podcast available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music and Spotify. You'll hear the latest news and announcements, interviews with parishioners, thoughts for meditation, a discipleship challenge, liturgical living opportunities and much much more! We encourage you to subscribe soon and stay connected!

Annunciation Parish Podcast: In Real Life

Episode 27 | Keeping Lent rolling and liturgical living for March

Fr. Alex talks about some Lenten opportunities now available and is joined by Anna Creek to talk liturgical living for March: St. Joseph and the Solemnity of the Annunciation top the list!

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Episode 26 | Kicking off Lent in the Snow, Choirs of Angels and St. Joseph all in one!

We kick off the Season of Lent under a blanket of snow. Fr. Alex talks about the Choirs of Angels and how we're introducing them to our school children and Deacon John helps us to get started in our preparation for Consecration to St. Joseph.

To learn more about the Choir of Angels, follow this link: https://www.annunciationangels.org/choirs-of-angels.

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Episode 25 | A friendly conversation with Bev Williamson

Fr. Alex shares in a friendly conversation with parishioner, Bev Williamson. We talk retirement, her career with Marian Educational Outreach and the gift of children.

MEOforkids.org is the website for Marian Education Outreach.

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Last week's homily

Diocese of Evansville Stewardship Impact Report


A note from Bishop Siegel:

This report is not just a financial report, but a collection of stories telling you, our faithful donors, the impact your gifts have made to tens of thousands of members of our diocese in 2020. I have asked our directors to share with you some of the ways in which they have used your generous gifts to build God’s Kingdom, serve those in need and bring people closer to Jesus Christ.To view the full report, click here.

Weekly Liturgy help

Click here to access a weekly liturgy aid with the Gloria and the Creed as well as a link to the readings. Since we are not using missalettes at this time, this can be a helpful tool to better participate in the liturgy.

Click here to view a document that outlines the guidelines we are using in our parish for the weekend liturgies.

Formed

We are very excited to offer to our parishioners a free subscription to the online resource called Formed. You can think of it as Netflix for Catholics, but it has so much more than movies! Click here to learn more.

There's a brilliant series called The Search that I encourage you to watch and share with friends.

The Search | FORMED Leader Resources

Prayer for Renewal

Over the next several months, we are asking our parishioners to pray for renewal in our parish. This doesn't mean that there is a crisis or that things are falling apart! It simply means that we should always be asking the Lord to guide us down the road that He sets before us. 

From now until Easter we will be asking the Lord to bring renewal through mission. We invite you to pray the prayer below, asking God to help us grow as a parish by embracing the people He sends us.

February 24 Weekly Announcements from Fr. Alex

First of all, just a reminder that every Wednesday during Lent at Christ the King Church we have a full night of opportunities for renewal. Adoration begins at 5:30 with confessions heard until 6:00 pm. At 6:30 we have Benediction and immediately afterward we will pray the Stations of the Cross. You are welcome for any and all of those opportunities.

For those who watch our Sunday Mass on live stream, you may have noticed that things were different this past week. The live stream is now being hosted on our Annunciation Parish YouTube account. If you normally watch it on our website, nothing should have been different. However, if you ever have any difficulties, it’s always helpful to take a screenshot so that we know what errors may be occurring so that we can better troubleshoot those issues. We’re doing our best to provide a high-quality live stream for you. If you want to make sure you can always find our live stream you can subscribe to our parish YouTube account here.

After you read this message, let’s pray the Hail Mary one time for children waiting to be adopted and those in the foster care system. Let’s ask Our Lady to help these beloved children to know of their beauty and goodness.

Dispensation from Sunday & holy day Mass Obligation Extended Indefinitely

The Indiana bishops have decided to extend the dispensation from the obligation of Sunday and holy day Mass attendance until further notice, due to the increase in COVID-19 cases in our state.

Office Hours

Parish Center, Christ the King Campus
M-F 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Holy Spirit Campus Office
T & TH 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Please call ahead (812) 477-1738


The diocese has established this link so you can continue your Sunday Giving.  If you would like to make a donation to Annunciation Parish, click the button above. Thank you for your generosity!

To donate by PayPal click here

Bulletins

Welcome to Annunciation Parish

Welcome

from

Fr. Alex

 Welcome to the website for Annunciation Parish. While we are a new parish in the Diocese of Evansville, coming into existence on July 1, 2014, our community is filled with the rich tradition of the former Christ the King and Holy Spirit Parishes.

I am grateful that you have discovered our website and I hope that you will find here a resource for learning more about your faith and about our community. 

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