Father McCarthy as our spiritual leader and teacher grounds his homilies in the Gospel readings. Listen in as he reflects on today’s Gospel readings to challenge us to have a new experience in our lenten preparations, to show God our dedication.
Father points out that in Sunday’s Gospel Jesus was there for people curing the sick, expelling demons… giving them hope. Jesus is there for us to do as well so have Hope… BECAUSE TRUE HAPPINESS EXISTS! Click the photo below to hear his homily.
Ash Wednesday is an obligatory day of fasting and abstinence for Catholics; Fridays during Lent are also obligatory days of abstinence. As members of the Latin Catholic Church, the norms on fasting are obligatory from age 18 until age 59. When fasting, a person is permitted to eat one full meal, as well as two … Continued
Father McCarthy reflects on the Gospel readings when he asserts the Lord’s presence in our lives and challenges us to clear our minds and see through the “noise” that may block his messages. To hear more, click the photo below:
During this time of Advent preparation, do you know how St. John the Baptist prepare the way for Jesus and actually prepared the way for us. Listen in as Father McCarthy digs just a little deeper into the keys to our Salvation.
Its the beginning of Advent and Fr McCarthy reflects on the Gospel readings while reminding us to include Jesus in our Christmas plans. Plans that could last through the holidays and for eternity.
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.
It is the end of our liturgical year when we celebrate Christ the King, who reigns in our hearts.
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
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.