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We are All Saints!

Over the past 70 years, All Saints has a great tradition of offering education based on Catholic principles.

For kids in preschool through fifth grade, they provide a variety of learning experiences that are both content-rich and interesting.

Students at All Saints are encouraged and mentored intellectually, morally, socially, psychologically, and physically with an emphasis on meeting their unique needs.

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In 1837, Pope Gregory XVI established the Diocese of Dubuque. The first bishop was Bishop Mathias Loras.

The Diocese was elevated to an Archdiocese due to the westward growth of the German and Irish immigrant populations beyond the Mississippi River, with Bishop Hennessey as the first Archbishop.

Today, the archdiocese contains around 190,000 Catholics, 161 archdiocesan priests (82 of them are active), and 166 parishes. The archdiocese includes 30 counties in North Central and Northeast Iowa and covers 17,403 square miles. Archbishop Jackels is the spiritual leader of around 70,000 registered Catholic families in carrying out Jesus' message through Church ministries.

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Since January 26th, 2000 our Parish partnered with Notre Dame de Lourdes Parish in Belle Fontaine, Haiti.

Helping them with their education system in their village chapels is our top priority as a parish.

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Royal Way. Every Day.

Formerly a Catholic high school, it began in 1958 as a successor to Immaculate Conception High School and drew students from All Saints, Immaculate Conception, St. Joseph (Marion), St. Matthew, St. Pius X, and St. Wenceslaus parishes.

Regis Middle School's principal objective is to develop the full person in a catholic environment through an active relationship with devoted families on a foundation of faith, service, academic success, and character based leadership.

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We Are Xavier!

Following the union of Regis and LaSalle, two former Catholic high schools, Xavier was established in 1998.

Xavier High School's objective is to educate students in a faithful atmosphere who are eager to learn, deepen, and express their Catholic faith through Corporal Works of Mercy.

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The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) is an assembly of the hierarchy of bishops who jointly exercise pastoral functions on behalf of the Christian faithful of the United States and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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The Lateran Treaty of 1929 between the Holy See and Italy was specifically created to protect the papacy's temporal, diplomatic, and spiritual independence.

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New Advent is a website that offers online copies of numerous Catholic Church-related literature.

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Catholic Evangelization Outreach is a grass roots evangelization ministry that is Christ-centered, Spirit-led, and lay-led. They evangelize through monthly outreach meetings that include a witness lecture, refreshments, and opportunity for fellowship.

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Theology on Tap is a monthly event for young adults (years 21–39) to learn about theology, build community, and develop in their faith.

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Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Dubuque was established in 1931 as a non-profit social service organization in the Archdiocese of Dubuque and is a member of the Catholic Charities USA nationwide social services network. They provide a wide range of services for those in most need and welcome people of all religions and ethnicities.

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Metro Catholic Outreach is a partnership endeavor of the Cedar Rapids area's 11 Catholic churches. In the Cedar Rapids Metro region, they offer a food pantry, community aid referrals, and financial support for housing and utilities to people in need.

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The Catherine McAuley Center was founded by the Sisters of Mercy who aptly named the Center after their foundress, Catherine McAuley. She believed that education was the ultimate answer to the struggles of those in poverty. Today, they continue to share mercy, bringing light and life where there was little or none.

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The Cedar Rapids Chapter of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a non-profit charitable organization that helps those in need with food, clothes, rent, utilities, and other necessities.

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Through spiritual, emotional, and mental health care, House of Hope encourages, equips, and empowers individuals to live completely.

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The Linn Community Food Bank is an all-volunteer organization that relies exclusively on donations to provide food for those in need.

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Members of the 5677 Council are active parishioners of St. Ludmila, All Saints, and Saint John's Parishes in Cedar Rapids, Mt. Vernon, and Lisbon, Iowa.

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Creighton Online Ministries exists to give spiritual formation opportunities that promote personal and community development.

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The Loyola Press publishes books and multi-media products that help people of all ages have transformational encounters with God and live holy and purposeful lives with and for others.

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Living Faith is a website dedicated to assisting people in praying and reflecting on the Church's seasons.

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Request your Sacramental Records

The Catholic Church mandates that a person's sacramental records be retained in the church where they were baptized.

A notated Baptismal certificate has your Baptism information, as well as information on other sacraments you have received. You may request one using the form below.

Sometimes, the information does not get shared with the baptismal church as it should. If you need records that the baptismal church should have, but doesn't, you may also request that information below.

Social Hall Rental

Features of the Social Hall include:
  • Seating for 192 at round tables, 288 Auditorium-style
  • Audio-visual system with a built-in Blu-ray player, three wireless microphones, and a projection system with laptop connections.
  • A dividing wall that allows the spaces to be divided into a 1/3 and a 2/3 configuration with independent AV services.
  • A full kitchen equipped with state of the art equipment
  • Tablecloths, serving utensils, dinnerware etc.

We do not rent out chairs and/or tables to be used off site.