Nov 25, 2018 Join us in the Trinity Rooms as Deacon Andrew Hess will be here to present a talk on Looking Ahead to Advent. Babysitting is available during the 9:00 A.M. Mass, during Mass+… and the 11:30 A.M. Mass. Our teen group will meet downstairs in the Blessed Mother Hall during Mass+… Babysitting is provided in … Continued
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The Music Ministry invites you to The Festival of Lessons and Carols on Sunday, December 9, at 3:00 p.m. and will feature both choirs, strings, piano and organ. This is a service of Scripture and song that dates to the late 19th century. In this service, we listen to nine Scripture lessons which recount the Fall, the Promise of the Messiah, the Incarnation, … Continued
We congratulate the following St. Ann high school honor roll students: St. Xavier 1st Honors: Alexander Baier, Nathan Baier, Jeremy Roenker 2nd Honors: John Reid III, Eric Ruter, Zachary Spears Roger Bacon 1st Honors: Jonathan Funk, Julia Funk, Jacqueline Hagerman, Grace Metz, Krishna Rose Samson 2nd Honors: Cameron Gulley, Courtney Stiles, Pablo Veran, Caralyn Vollmar LaSalle 1st Honors: … Continued
Saint Ann’s Chapter of Saint Vincent DePaul works with those within our parish boundaries throughout the year., Yesterday, Thursday, they continued their good work distributing food to those in need for the Thanksgiving.
ST. ANN IS PARTICIPATING THIS YEAR! Throughout our Engagement Process over the last year, the number one challenge we face as a parish is the engagement of our youth and young families. The youth group has been reestablished and they are planning how they will move forward. A common theme that keeps popping up for them and the young families involvement … Continued
Men’s Annual Retreat – December 1 & 2 Held on the St. Ann campus Hear other men of the parish give witness to their spiritual journey and be renewed in your own. Register by calling the parish office (521-8440) or Ron DeNamur (746-0213). Registration forms can be found in the Gathering Space and the Hospitality Room. Join us!
From Catholic365.com (http://www.catholic365.com/article/9378/be-fruitful-and-multiply-or-abort-and-euthanize.html?fbclid=IwAR36MwvKzlXdXbH7cwyl983j6x5matMYKgdc7pxfvBVNoBdCRkWUZ820fm4) BY LORRIE MCNICKLE 9/28/2018 9:00:11 AM Photo Credit: Fiickr/Ashley Van Haeften; creator: Albrecht Dürer,1504 Be fruitful and multiply! It was the first command that was given to us by God. Be fruitful and multiply. It really is a beautiful commandment. To be fruitful and multiply. It impedes us to subdue the Earth with … Continued
The kick off of Mass+… in August was a great success. Over 200 parishioners joined us for the Open House as they toured the campus, and checked out our new Hospitality Room and Babysitting Center in Room 4. The Babysitting Center continues to be staffed with wonderful Virtus-trained adult volunteers and teens. Families are taking advantage of the babysitting service during … Continued
Father will actually be with us for two years while he is completing his studies at the seminary. Fr. Mandlenkosi John Ndlovu was born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe on November 23, 1980 to Themba Ndlovu and the late Cathrine Lulu Nkomo. He was baptized on May 25, 1985 and confirmed on December 19, 1993. Fr. John has studied extensively. He attended Fusi primary school, … Continued
As interest surrounding the Youth Choir continues to build, we are going to offer practices every Sunday during Mass+… beginning this week. Our hope in offering the Youth Choir each week is that it will allow participation for your child(ren) to be part of the music ministry and shave the opportunity to partake in other events as well. Children participating in … Continued