• The Hope of Peace and Freedom The Hope of Peace and Freedom The Hope of Peace and Freedom A Statement from Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville President of the United States Conference ef Catholic Bishops We draw near in prayer to the suffering and recovering people of Nice, France. The darkness of violence cannot dim the light of humanity's highest aspirations to live in peace. For the dead, we ask for God's mercy. For the wounded, we ask for God's healing. For the affected families, we ask for God's strength. For the rest of us, let us ask for God's wisdom as we seek the best way to help in the days ahead. These growing storms of hatred may test our ability to see the best ineach other, but Jesus has already secured for us the victory of life over death, love over hate. In His confidence, let us move forward without fear, but with an open embrace of all people who share in the hope of peace and freedom being celebrated yesterday. In this way, we isolate the forces of hate, starve its growth and shine the light of love into its darkest corners. In a particular way, I thahk God for the firt responders who seek to safeguard the innocent the risk of their own lives. Let us, pray for all public authorities as they tirelessly work for our protection. The more cooperation exists between governments and citizens, the more we will frustrate the forces of evil.
  • Interested in learning about the Catholic Faith?  Open House & Registration Sunday, July 31st following all Masses & on August 7th after the 9:00 & 11:00 Masses Interested in learning about the Catholic Faith? Open House & Registration Sunday, July 31st following all Masses & on August 7th after the 9:00 & 11:00 Masses What is RCIA? In recent years there has been a great increase in the number of adults who are joining the Catholic Church. RCIA (which stands for Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) is a process designed to help non-Catholics and non-practicing Catholics learn more about Catholicism through a series of classes, discussions, prayer times and ceremonies. This program helps people grow in faith and knowledge of God as they consider becoming Catholic. There is no obligation to join the Catholic Church. Saint Ann’s RCIA process is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about the Catholic Faith. If you are not yet sure whether you want to become Catholic, you are still welcome to participate as you make your decision. People from all sorts of religious backgrounds join the RCIA. Some have been baptized in another Christian religion and some have not. Some have been practicing members of a Christian religion for years and some have had little or no religious instruction or support. The RCIA is a mix of praying, learning facts, discussing how these apply to our lives, participating in prayerful ceremonies (called “rites”) and most importantly, using all of these experiences to build and grow in a relationship with God. While the RCIA is for those age seven and above, accommodations will be made depending on the make-up of the class. For example, with adult classes, general instruction will be given to the entire class, and classes for children will be broken up into small groups with activities tailored to their age and sacraments.
  • Sundays at 3PM in Rooney Hall for a Religious or Inspirational Film. Sundays at 3PM in Rooney Hall for a Religious or Inspirational Film. Sundays at 3:00 PM Rooney Hall Admission: 2 Canned goods for Saint Vincent de Paul Popcorn and Water provided July 24 Les Miserables PG13 July 31 Remembrance NR August 14 The Way PG13 August 21 What If PG August 28* The Straight Story G * August 28th film begins at 2:00 PM Join us each week in Rooney Hall for a Religious or Inspirational Film. Contact Sybil (239) 262- 4256 for details.
  • ALTAR SERVER TRAINING SCHEDULE FOR EXPERIENCED SERVERS AND NEW STUDENTS ALTAR SERVER TRAINING SCHEDULE FOR EXPERIENCED SERVERS AND NEW STUDENTS Liturgy Director, Ray Santiago, will provide re-training for all altar servers and training for any new students interested in becoming altar servers according to the following schedule. Saint Ann School students will be supervised on their walk to the church five minutes before dismissal. Parents, please make transportation arrangements for your child/children to be picked up at the church following their training session. For more information contact Raymond Santiago at (239) 262-4256. Tuesday, August 16 - 3pm Grades 7-8 Wednesday, August 17 - 3pm Grades 5-6 Tuesday August 23 - 3pm Grades 3-4

     
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