St. Mary Navilleton Cemetery
      St. Mary Navilleton Cemetery
      Grotto
      Shrine to the Blessed Virgin Mary
      Fall
      St. Mary's Navilleton in the Fall
      Navilleton School House
      Open to public all year
      Looking up to the Crucifix in Church
      Crucifix behind main Altar
      Statue of Mary in Church
      Statue of Mary in Church
      Sanctuary Candle by Altar
      Sanctuary Candle in Church
      St. Mary Navilleton in 1900
    • Lent 2014
      GIVE UP, TAKE UP, LIFT UP! "Daily Inspiration For Your Lenten Journey"

      www.usccb.org/prayer-and-worship/liturgical-resources/lent/upload/lent-2014-calendar.pdf

      www.usccb.org/lent
       
    • Welcome
          St. Mary - Navilleton Catholic Church founded in 1845 is under the patronage of St. Mary of the Annunciation.  Our parish is part of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis.  We are rooted in the area of Floyds Knobs, Indiana, which we affectionately call the Knobs.  St. Mary - Navilleton parish community is one of three Catholic parishes in the Knobs area and all three parishes are within six miles of one another.  The parish community seeks to promote a faith-based spiritual community by proclaiming the Word of God and celebrating the Sacraments, with the Eucharist as the source and summit of our spiritual life.  Our parish community includes people of all ages in which everyone can respond to God's call to salvation by developing a sense of community and fellowship.  We seek to do this through stewardship of our resources and faith formation (religious education) for all age groups, sharing our blessings with those in need, and promoting Catholic social justice and values.
      Parish Mission
           We, the faith community of St. Mary Navilleton in concert with the Universal Church, will provide the members of our community a home for spiritual growth and the worship of God!
    • Apostleship of Prayer
      The Apostleship of Prayer is an effective means of helping Catholics live an "Apostolic" way of life without ever leaving the comfort of our homes. As you continue with your prayer commitments, you are encouraged to offer your prayers in unison with the universal Church, keeping in mind the intentions of Pope Francis. The following page lists the monthy intentions along with reflections and other helpful information. http://www.apostleshipofprayer.net/docs/ps_2013_03/pdf/en.pdf
    • News
    • Weekly Schedule

      Saturday Vigil Mass at 5:00 pm
      Sunday Mass 8:30 am & 11:00 am


      Monday Rosary at 12:00 pm

      Tuesday Weekday Mass 6:30 pm
       followed with St. Anthony Devotions


      Wednesday Weekday Mass 8:30 am

      Thursday Weekday Mass 6:30 pm
          Followed with the Rosary and 
       Eucharistic Adoration until 9:00 pm


      Friday Weekday Mass 8:30 am


       

    • Calendar