What’s New

For the latest news in St. Ann Church, please go to the following link to read the October 20, 2017 e-Bulletin

Sign-up for St. Ann e-Bulletin
St. Ann Parish has started a regular email communication and we would like to welcome you to register your name and email address in order to be included on the parish email distribution list. The list will be used to send out the Parish e-Bulletin as well as special church communications. If you would like to join, please go to the following URL and follow the instructions: http://eepurl.com/Ax1zf


Local media runs story on St. Ann Vacation Bible School
Both Telemundo and WTTG Fox 5 News aired the story of St. Ann Vacation Bible School’s participation in the St. Lucy Project. See below for links to the videos:


St. Ann Parish’s CARA Parish Life Survey

St. Ann parish conducted a survey last year to measure the effectiveness of our programs and to assess the greatest needs of our parish community. The survey was conducted by the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate (CARA), a Catholic research center. The results will help us better serve all those who celebrate Mass here and the findings will be used as we plan for the next five years. Thank you for all those who participated. The parish presentation and full report are posted here.


Pope Francis’ Encyclical “Landato Si (Praised Be!)”

Kindly check the link (click the photo below) to Pope Francis’ Encyclical “Landato Si (Praised Be!)” We encourage everyone to read the new encyclical on Climate Change.

“Yet all is not lost. Human beings, while capable of the worst, are also capable of rising above themselves, choosing again what is good, and making a new start.”


Catholic Social Teaching On Immigration And The Movement Of Peoples
To learn more about the Church’s Advocacy on Refugee & Migration, please follow the link below:
http://www.usccb.org/issues-and-action/human-life-and-dignity/immigration/catholic-teaching-on-immigration-and-the-movement-of-peoples.cfm


St. Ann Celebrates 70th Anniversary

St. Ann Parish will celebrated its 70th anniversary on July 26th with a special mass and reception. The celebration’s theme, “God’s Faithfulness Lasts Through Every Generation” reflects upon and commemorates the many individuals and families that have embraced the mission of the parish over the years. This highlights God’s enduring faithfulness in His church. For this we celebrate this foundation anniversary. Please click on the following links to display the English and Spanish versions of the event flyer.


Bishop Burbidge Celebrates Mass at St. Ann