We have much to be thankful and often times we recognize that most when times are hardest. Listen in as Father McCarthy reminds us of that in his Thanksgiving Day homily. Click the link below to hear more.
When you say the word “Advent,” what immediately pops into mind? A feast of color, a traditional manger scene bathed in soft candlelight, glistening snowflakes falling on festive trees, a yearning for the One who is to come. But sometimes, the season brings other images: crowded stores, treats that tempt us to too many calories, … Continued
It is the end of our liturgical year when we celebrate Christ the King, who reigns in our hearts.
Very soon Americans will celebrate the Thanksgiving holidays. Even during these uncertain times, we will have the urge to gather for sumptuous meals highlighted by turkey and pumpkin pie, traveling to and from the ancestral home, enjoying family, feasting on leftovers and perhaps even watching football. For many of us, Thanksgiving Day is so full … Continued
We are blessed to be in God’s care and have the opportunity to recognize and utilize our talents for the glory of God. Father McCarthy adds insights into that opportunity in Sunday’s homily.
Ron DeNamur, our Finance Committee Chair, reports on the 2020 finances and activities at Saint Ann. Listen in as you hear about our careful planning, a vibrant year with the best yet to come in spite of the pandemic.#WeAreSaintAnn; #SaintAnnCatholicChurch; #SaintAnnCommunity
Time – we all have it. How we choose to use our time is a completely different matter. Family, work, school, sports, leisure, faith and on and on. The demands on our time is never-ending. Life gets in the way and messes up our “schedule.” We cannot control many of those life events, but how … Continued
Father McCarthy’s homily this past Sunday reminds us we need to stay vigilant to earn our place in heaven. To do that, we need to continue learning about our faith and beliefs and to practice them in order to draw closer to God.
Thanks to all those who organized and helped clean up the Prayer Walk and grotto last Saturday. We had about 12 workers, and they did a fantastic job. The Prayer Walk is used by many Catholics in our area, and we are grateful to all who gave a few hours to make sure this space … Continued