Holy Thursday, April 9, 2020

Good Friday, April 10, 2020

Good Friday, April 10, 2020

April 11 Easter Vigil Mass

2020 Easter Candle

Easter Sunday Mass at St. Benedict Cathedral, April 12, 2020

Easter Sunday Mass at St. Benedict Cathedral, April 12, 2020

Message to the faithful from Bishop Joseph M. Siegel following his celebration of Mass for the Fourth Sunday of Lent (Laetare Sunday) at St. Benedict Cathedral in Evansville

March 23, 2020

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Mater Dei holds first-ever virtual graduation for Class of 2020

Weekend Masses resume across the Evansville Diocese May 23-24

Reitz Memorial senior earns 2020 Big Man on Campus crown

Masses resume across the Diocese of Evansville

Bishop names Denise Seibert Townsend director of Catholic Charities

‘No better person out there than Mrs. Popham’

Reopening Catholic school buildings: Plan, prepare and respond

Diocese of Evansville Deacon Tom Cervone sent us this photo of his grandson, Henry Gish, 4, with the poster he created for his bedroom during the COVID-19 stay-at-home restrictions. He shares the bedroom with his sister, Amerlia, 2. Deacon Tom told us, “Henry told his mom and dad that the poster had to have Jesus, hippos, dogs and Batman. I love his mindset.” Henry is a
Pre-K student at Sts. Peter and St. Paul School in Haubstadt. He is the son of John and Nicole Gish; John teaches at Sts. Peter and St. Paul. Grandparents are Deacon Tom and Marie Cervone, and Mark and Jenny Gish. Well-done Henry! Submitted photo courtesy of Deacon Tom Cervone

Jesus, hippos, dogs and Batman!

Diocese of Evansville Deacon Tom Cervone sent us this photo of his grandson, Henry Gish, 4, with the poster he created for his bedroom during the COVID-19 stay-at-home restrictions. He shares the bedroom with his sister, Amerlia, 2. Deacon Tom told us, “Henry told his mom and dad that the poster had to have Jesus, hippos, dogs and Batman. I love his mindset.” Henry is a Pre-K student at Sts. Peter and St. Paul School in Haubstadt. He is the son of John and Nicole Gish; John teaches at Sts. Peter and St. Paul. Grandparents are Deacon Tom and Marie Cervone, and Mark and Jenny Gish. Well-done Henry!

Submitted photo courtesy of Deacon Tom Cervone

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St. Benedict Cathedral School in Evansville held a graduation parade for the eighth-grade class on May 21. In the photo above, St. Benedict rector, Benedictine Father Godfrey Mullen, blesses eighth-grader Ben Zeimer and the cross Ziemer is accepting, which was made from
the wood of the former pews removed during renovation of the cathedral. Looking on is St. Benedict principal Kari Ford. Photo special to The Message

St. Ben's graduation parade

St. Benedict Cathedral School in Evansville held a graduation parade for the eighth-grade class on May 21. In the photo above, St. Benedict rector, Benedictine Father Godfrey Mullen, blesses eighth-grader Ben Zeimer and the cross Ziemer is accepting, which was made from the wood of the former pews removed during renovation of the cathedral. Looking on is St. Benedict principal Kari Ford.

Photo special to The Message

Father Jason Gries, pastor of Holy Redeemer Parish, left, and Holy Redeemer principal Andrea Dickel, wave at students during the school’s Hawaiian Luau themed “Goodbye Parade.” Teachers dressed in their best Hawaiian Luau outfits and danced to summer tunes.

Holy Redeemer Hawaiian Luau “Goodbye Parade”

Father Jason Gries, pastor of Holy Redeemer Parish, left, and Holy Redeemer principal Andrea Dickel, wave at students during the school’s Hawaiian Luau themed “Goodbye Parade.”

Photo special to The Message

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Weekend Masses resume May 23-24

Parishes across the Diocese of Evansville resumed weekend Masses May 23-24. Bishop Joseph M. Siegel, shown wearing a face mask while distributing Communion, celebrated the 10:30 a.m. Mass on May 24 at St. Benedict Cathedral in Evansville. Volunteers stayed after Mass to help sanitize the sanctuary.

Photos Special to The Message