To all Christ the King Parishioners:

As we continue to deal with the coronavirus epidemic, Bishop Rhoades has requested that:
  • All public Masses (Sunday and weekday) are canceled, and all the faithful have a dispensation from their Sunday obligation until further notice
  • All other public gatherings (including confessions, Stations of the Cross, Adoration, ministries, etc.) are canceled until further notice
  • If there is a sacramental emergency requiring the immediate attention of a priest (i.e. for the dying), please call (574) 273-6709.
  • Priests will be available to hear confessions by appointment, but please be prudent in any decision to leave your home.  They may be reached through the main parish number (574-272-3113) or by email.  Please do not use the sacramental emergency line for this purpose.
Let’s continue to pray for each other and for our world during this most challenging time.
In Christ,
Fr. Steve

We are a vibrant and welcoming community that extends Christ’s hospitality to all who enter our doors. We invite you all to join us in our mission to make God known, loved, and served, as we answer God’s call to worship, education, formation, and service to others.

How to Find Daily Mass Livestreams

During these next several weeks, the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend has compiled a comprehensive list of ways for Catholics to watch/listen to Mass on TV, Internet livestreams, and radio. To see all the available options for daily and Sunday Masses, visit this webpage:

In addition to these livestreams, the Diocese has also provided a webpage with many prayers and resources to help Catholics keep their prayer life burning brightly during the season of Lent. These resources include an Act of Spiritual Communion, a Novena to Our Lady of Guadalupe, and many other Lenten prayers and devotions. This webpage can be found here:

Keep checking our parish Facebook page and website for additional prayers, reflections, and announcements throughout these next few weeks. May God continue to bless and protect our parish community!


–Fr. Steve, Fr. Mike, and Deacon Gil