Program: Songs of Healing and Praise
Viewing tonight's concert via livestream? Here is the program of the beautiful texts!    

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Christkindl Abend - Evening of the Christ Child
LIVE NATIVITY is at All Saints - by the ramp entrance this year!  You can visit the Holy Family and pet the animals. (Park at the church lot.) Take a pause to visit Mary and the angel Gabriel in church before making a slow drive along the Circle of Lights. You can tune into Storytime over the radio this year.  We have a curbside stop to pick up a Shepherd's Snack Pack, one for every person in your car. The driver will receive a Christmas book and bag of sweets to share.  Wed, Dec 9 and Thurs, Dec 10  4 pm to 7 pm

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WANTED: Church Video Operators

Posted on November 25, 2020 in: General News

WANTED:  Church Video Operators
WANTED: Church Video Operators for our livestream. This is an exciting new ministry at All Saints and you can be a part of it! Training is in the sacristy on Thursday, Dec 3, at 7 pm or Monday, Dec 14, at 7 pm. Pick a night! Contact Ricky Willmann for more info and to let him know you are interested. willmannr@allsaints-stpeters.org  

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Remember All Saints on #Giving Tuesday
Remember All Saints this #GivingTuesday, December 1, 2020.  We are very grateful to have your support to pay for the new technology in the church. With it, the message of the Gospel reaches our community and around the world.  All Saints Parish thanks you for your generosity!  Your gift is helping others hear the Word of God, making a difference in their lives. Click and give as you are able. Click here to donate to All Saints for #Giving Tuesday.

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All Saints Public Masses Resume

Posted on November 19, 2020 in: General News

All Saints Public Masses Resume
All Saints Mass schedule resumes. We offer prayers of thanksgiving for the recovery of our three priests, Fr. Don, Fr. Bob and Fr. Joe, as well as for our seminarian, Jacob.  And we appreciate their efforts to provide the holy sacrifice of the Mass by live streaming on Facebook during their illnes for the past 2 weeks.  Now, we joyfully announce the return of public worship in our church and gym just in time to celebrate the Feast of Christ the King, Mass times: Saturday, 5:00 pm in the Church only. Sunday, 7:00 am in both the Church and the gym. S...

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Our Lady of Guadalupe Celebration

Posted on November 17, 2020 in: General News

Our Lady of Guadalupe Celebration
Our Lady of Guadalupe Presentation  ( Para leer en español, vea a continuación.) Join us for a presentation of the apparition of Our Lady of Guadalupe on Friday, December 11th at 6:30 – 7:30 pm at  All Saints Annex- Auditorium. We will talk about the history of Mexico at the time of the apparition of Our Lady of Guadalupe to Juan Diego.  Hear about the meaning of the apparition, its significance, the image imprinted on the Tilma, and the many other mysteries enclosed within.     Únase a nosotros para una...

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Resuming Public Mass Video
Returning to Mass with all the new rules and regulations may seem a bit intimidating. Here is a short video that shows the layout of each worship space and explains some regulations. We hope it will help.   Let's take care of each other. 

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Mass Music Worship Aids
At this time, we cannot have hymnals in the pews. While it will be uncomfortable to sing with a mask, you can still follow along with the music. You can find worship aids online and use your smartphone or tablet to follow along. Go to our website, then under the Resources tab, select Mass Music Worship Aids.  https://www.allsaints-stpeters.org/Resources/Mass-Music-Worship-Aids "Active participation certainly means that, in gesture, word, song and service, all the members of the community take part in an act of worship, which is anything but inert or passive....

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All Saints' New Mass Schedule and Regulations
Following the directives from Archbishop Carlson, All Saints will resume public Masses on Monday, May 18th.  Our daily Mass schedule will be at 6:30 and 8:00 am on Monday through Friday.  Saturday morning Mass will be at 8:00am. The 8:00 am Mass will be live-streamed on Facebook Monday through Saturday. Our Weekend Mass schedule has changed.  Please take note of the changes in time and place.  Our new schedule is: 5:00 pm on Saturday in the Church - maximum capacity is 105 people 5:00 pm on Saturday in the Gym - maximum capacity is 170 peo...

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All Saints Rosary Project
Want to pray the rosary each day with the parish? Pray with us virtually! Join a few All Saints parishioners as they lead us in the Holy Rosary. Consider praying the mysteries of the rosary that correspond to the day of the week. The Glorious Mysteries: Sunday and Wednesday The Sorrowful Mysteries: Tuesday and Friday The Luminous Mysteries: Thursday The Joyful Mysteries: Monday and Saturday

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Our Lady of Fatima Novena
Our Lady of Fatima is a title of the Blessed Virgin Mary. In 1917, Our Lady appeared to three shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal. They were Lucia Santos, Blessed Jacinta Marto and Blessed Francisco Marto. Our Lady appeared to the children seven times and performed a miracle making the sun dance in the sky, which thousands of people witnessed. She told the children to say the Rosary every day to bring peace to the world and the end of war. This is why Our Lady of Fatima is also called Our Lady of the Rosary. She also requested us to pray the following prayer at the end...

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Divine Mercy Chaplet

Posted on May 01, 2020 in: Prayer and Worship

Divine Mercy Chaplet
"Let no soul fear to draw near to me." Todd Mesler Jr. composed a musical arrangement of the Divine Mercy Chaplet. It was livestreamed on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 19, 2020. You can listen to the sung prayer here: https://youtu.be/G-76rhJTxG8 The Divine Mercy Chaplet is a beautiful prayer given to St. Faustina. It can be prayed any time, but it is especially celebrated on Divine Mercy Sunday. Where did this practice come from, and why do we celebrate it on the second Sunday of Easter? The instruction came directly from Jesus himself. In the 1...

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