To be LIVE-STREAMED from Saint Ann’s:
- Sunday Mass 9:30am
- Daily Mass 8am
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Important Parish Updates
OBLIGATION TO ATTEND HOLY MASS
Beginning with the Vigil Mass of the Solemn Feast of the Most Holy Body and Precious Blood of Christ, Saturday 5 June 2021, the General Obligation for the faithful to attend Holy Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation has been reinstated.
With the Obligation to attend the Sacrifice of the Mass reinstated and the Mask/Social Distancing Mandate lifted –
RESERVATIONS for Holy Mass will no longer be needed beginning June 5.
PLEASE NOTE: Anyone who has a concern about returning to the Sacrifice of Holy Mass should speak with their pastor or confessor.
We ask you to please continue to use the hand sanitizer and a “Clorox Wipe” to wipe down your area after Mass.
The Restoration of Holy Mass and Sacramental Life
The Parish has resumed the regular schedule of offering the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. For now, the Sacrifice of Mass will continue to be Live Streamed daily at 8 a.m. Monday through Friday and on Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
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Act of Spiritual Communion
My dearest Jesus, I believe that You are in present the Most Blessed Sacrament of the Altar. I love You above all things, and I long for You to dwell in my soul. Since I cannot now attend the Sacrifice of Holy Mass and receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You and unite myself entirely to You; never permit me to be separated from You. Amen.
Our Lady of Lourdes, Health of the Sick and Mother of Mercy, pray for us.
Read More: Traditional Prayers during Sickness
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Vigil Mass: Saturdays at 4:00 PM
Sunday Mass: 8:00 AM, 9:30 AM, and 11:00 AM
Daily Mass: 8:00 AM Monday through Friday
Holy Days: See Bulletin
Online Bulletin available on the ‘Bulletin’ tab at the top of the page.
Named in honor of Saint Ann, the mother of Mary, and grandmother of Jesus.
Founded in 1859 by Bishop James R. Bayley, nephew of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton and cousin to Presidents Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt.
In 1861, Bishop Bayley officially received Reverend Claude Rolland and appointed him the first resident Pastor of the parish.
As pastor, Father Rolland built the original Parish Church, a wooden frame building on John Street, today used as a private residence.
As the Parish grew, Saint Ann’s second pastor, Rev. Msgr. Patrick Leonard constructed the current church. The cornerstone was laid on July 4, 1866. It was completed the following year.
For information on the Sacraments of Baptism, Matrimony, Confession, and Care of the Sick, please see the Bulletin or call the Parish Office.