• Welcome to the All Saints Catholic Church Website!
      If you’re new to our parish, a long-time member, or just visiting, I invite you take a little bit of time to browse our website. There’s plenty of information about the celebration of the Sacraments, our various parish ministries, as well as current parish and Church news. For newcomers, visitors, and curious parishioners, there is also a brief history detailing All Saints’ humble beginnings in 1987 as a store-front church, lovingly dubbed “Saints ‘R Us.”


      For those who haven’t been to our beautiful church yet, I hope you’ll come by for Mass, stop by and say a prayer in our Blessed Sacrament Chapel, or light a votive candle for a loved one. All Saints is a wonderful, welcoming community, and I hope you’ll choose to join us. Once again, welcome to our virtual home, and thanks for visiting!

       
    • HOLY WEEK 2014 SCHEDULE

      We invite you to join us as we celebrate this sacred  time in the Christian community.Not Catholic? Not a problem. ALL ARE WELCOME!


      HOLY THURSDAY, APRIL 17TH
      • Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord's Supper at 7pm
      GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 18TH
      • Liturgy of the Lord's Passion at 3pm
      • Stations of the Cross at 7pm
      HOLY SATURDAY, APRIL 19TH
      • EASTER VIGIL MASS at 8:00PM
      EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 20TH
      • Sunrise Mass at 7am
      • Easter Masses at 9am, AND 11am
    • STRONG CATHOLIC FAMILIES


      Strong Catholic Families offers parents support in their roles as leaders of the domestic Church and the primary teachers of their children in life of faith.  
       
    • 2013 Annual Pastoral Appeal




      Generous donors have joined together on behalf of the 81 parishesand missions in the Diocese to support the many ministries, programs and services.  These ministries serve thousands of our brothers and sisters in need.  If you would like to participate, please do so by contacting the parish office.

      To learn more, click on the APA button above or watch this video.



       

      2014 Annual Pastoral Appeal from Diocese of St. Petersburg on Vimeo.

    • St. Vincent de Paul Food Drive
      FOOD DRIVE ITEMS
      These are suggested items from F.E.A.S.T but any non-perishable item is always appreciated:  canned tuna, canned salmon, tuna helper, peanut butter, canned or packaged soup, canned vegetables, paper towels and toilet paper.    
    • Connect with Fr. Weber
      Fr. Alan Weber posts his homilies at http://revweber.wordpress.com.