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Holy Week Masses – Live streaming schedule

We have scheduled the Masses for Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday. Click here for your on-line access to the Mass. You will see that we are offering an Easter Sunday Sunrise Mass at 7:30 a.m. and a 9:30 a.m. Mass.


IMPORTANT UPDATE FROM ST. VINCENT DE PAUL There will be a hands-free drop off in the parking lot, by the grassy area, on Thursday, April 2, Sunday, April 5 & Tuesday, April 7 from 12:30pm until 2:00pm each of those days. In need of: – Canned meats(Spam, chicken, tuna) – Small jars of Peanut butter … Continued


Finally a little good news for the faithful!  In accordance with the Archbishop’s letter and a lot of discussion, Fr. McCarthy and his staff have put together some good news for you. St. Ann Church will be open for Adoration! Starting Saturday, March 21, church will be open for adoration. We ask that all adorers … Continued

ALERT! Important schedule changes at St. Ann

All public Masses and activities are cancelled.  You can watch Mass on-line via the Live Stream button on this website homepage.  Look here for future updates.  Masses can also be viewed on Facebook and our St. Ann Parish App.  There will be one change in the schedule of Live Streamed Mass for the weekends on … Continued

Four reasons to Donate Stock to Charity

Donating appreciated stock is one of the easiest ways to give more to causes you care about. Maybe your stocks have appreciated greatly since you purchased them. Maybe a surge in value of one of your holdings has thrown your portfolio off balance. Maybe you just want to refocus on other investment categories. If you … Continued

Fridays this Lent!

The Real Presence: The Eucharist in Scripture Dr. Scott Hahn presents this video series which shares the scriptural basis for our belief in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist. A recent poll of Catholics found that as many as 69% of self-professed Catholics believe that the Eucharist is merely a symbol. This stat … Continued

Music in Lent

Greetings! As we begin the season of Lent, you probably noticed a few changes in our Liturgy. Various parts of the Mass are being sung acapella, which means “no accompaniment.” The music within our Liturgy is much more subdued and simple to help us refocus our minds and hearts. As we chant these responses and parts of … Continued