• Calling All Alumni - Save the date - Celebrating 60 Years of Excellence in Catholic Education Calling All Alumni - Save the date - Celebrating 60 Years of Excellence in Catholic Education Join Us Saunday, May 21, 2017 at 11am Mass - Brunch to follow in Jubilee Center - RSVP to foundation@stann.net - questions? Call (239) 262-4110 Ext 333 - Tours of the school will be available.
  • Save the date - The Saint Ann School Drama Club's production of the Little Mermaid Jr.! Save the date - The Saint Ann School Drama Club's production of the Little Mermaid Jr.! The Saint Ann School Drama Club's production of the Little Mermaid Jr.! Showtimes are Friday, May 5 and Saturday, May 6 - both shows at 7:00pm in the Saint Ann Jubilee Center. Tickets are $10 for adults and $2 for students and the proceeds will benefit the Saint Ann School Arts and Music Program and the children of Saint Ann Catholic School. All are invited!
  • Journey Through Lent at Saint Ann Journey Through Lent at Saint Ann 2017 Holy Week Schedule The Paschal Triduum Lent ends at sunset on Holy Thursday. Triduum means “three days”. The Paschal Triduum is the three-day season counted sunset to sunset from Holy Thursday night to Easter Sunday evening. During these three days, we keep one festival - our Passover, our Easter. We join with all the people of our parish and, in spirit, with all Christians in every time and place to fast, pray and keep watch. It is the Passover of the Lord! The Church keeps the Paschal Fast from Good Friday through the Easter Vigil. Unlike the penitential fasting of Lent (now over), it is the fasting of joyful anticipation and anxious yearning for the Easter sacraments. A very large part of being a Catholic Christian involves observing the Triduum each year. The Triduum is the center and summit of our liturgical year. Holy Thursday, April 13 Evening Mass - of the Lord's Supper 7:00 pm FOOT WASHING - One essential part of the liturgy is the Washing of the Feet, a profound sign of service to one another given to us by Jesus at the Last Supper. After hearing John’s Gospel tonight, we reflect on Jesus’ call of all the faithful to service as we witness this ritual. ADORATION - Traditionally, following the Holy Thursday liturgy, all parishioners are invited to participate in Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Adoration is both a private devotion and a communal one. We are individually invited to come for adoration. In addition, various committees and ministries are invited to cover, as a group, a 15-minute Adoration period between 8:30pm and midnight. Adoration takes place in the Rooney Hall. Good Friday, April 14 No 9:00 am Mass Morning Prayer 9:00 am Stations of the Cross 12:00 pm Celebration of the Lord’s Passion (with Veneration of the Cross and Communion) 3:00 pm Seven Last Words of Christ 6:00 pm The Good Friday Liturgy (3:00 pm) is comprised of the celebration of the Passion, Veneration of the Cross and reception of Eucharist. All are invited to come forward for the Veneration of the Cross. Veneration of the Cross is the climax of our response to the Passion. We behold Christ in his great act of love and we respond with loving veneration. For Christians, however, veneration does not mean slavish bowing to some idol. Veneration of the Cross means loving service to the cross and taking up one’s cross and following Christ crucified. Everyone is asked to leave this liturgy in silence. Holy Saturday, April 15 No 9:00 am Mass Morning Prayer and Blessing of Easter Baskets 9:00 am No 4:00 pm Liturgy Easter Vigil (Begins outside the church) 8:30 pm The Great Easter Vigil, the night before Easter Sunday, observes the most ancient tradition of the Church. The liturgy is begun in darkness, the Easter fire is kindled, the Paschal (Passover) Candle is lit and brought into the darkened church with the proclamation that Christ is our Light. We hear the story of our salvation proclaimed in numerous Scripture readings, we baptize and confirm our Catechumens and recall our own Baptismal commitments, and we celebrate the Risen Christ who is really and substantially present in the celebration of the Eucharist. This Great Vigil opens the Easter Season which will continue for 50 days and finds its conclusion on the Solemnity of Pentecost. Easter Sunday, April 16 7:30 am, 9:00 am, and 11:00 am Liturgy (Church) …………………………………………………………….9:15 am and 11:15 am (Jubilee Center) There will be NO 4:00 pm Liturgy on Holy Saturday and NO 6:00 pm Liturgy on Easter Sunday We encourage everyone to arrive early for the Liturgy, especially those needing any special assistance.
  • Saturday, April 15th Easter Vigil (Begins outside the church) 8:30pm	Saturday, April 15th Easter Vigil (Begins outside the church) 8:30pm Easter Vigil (Begins outside the church) 8:30 pm The Great Easter Vigil, the night before Easter Sunday, observes the most ancient tradition of the Church. The liturgy is begun in darkness, the Easter fire is kindled, the Paschal (Passover) Candle is lit and brought into the darkened church with the proclamation that Christ is our Light. We hear the story of our salvation proclaimed in numerous Scripture readings, we baptize and confirm our Catechumens and recall our own Baptismal commitments, and we celebrate the Risen Christ who is really and substantially present in the celebration of the Eucharist. This Great Vigil opens the Easter Season which will continue for 50 days and finds its conclusion on the Solemnity of Pentecost. Easter Sunday, April 16 - 7:30 am, 9:00 am, and 11:00 am Liturgy (Church) and 9:15 am and 11:15 am (Jubilee Center) NO 6:00 pm Liturgy on Easter Sunday - We encourage everyone to arrive early for the Liturgy, especially those needing any special assistance.

     
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LITURGY SCHEDULE

SATURDAY VIGIL

 

SUNDAY

4:00PM

 

7:30AM, 9:00AM, 11:00AM, 6:00PM

DAILY

 MONDAY - SATURDAY

 MONDAY - FRIDAY


9:00AM
12:15 PM

HOLY DAY

 

EUCHARISTIC ADORATION

 

(CONSULT BULLETIN
FOR TIMES)

 

EVERY FRIDAY

9:15AM TO 11:30AM

(SAINT JOACHIM CHAPEL)

 

RECONCILIATION

WEDNESDAY

(IN THE PARISH OFFICE)

 

SATURDAY

(IN THE CHURCH)

ALSO AVAILABLE BY APPOINTMENT

 

ANOINTING OF THE SICK

FIRST SATURDAY

ALSO AVAILABLE BY APPOINTMENT

 

1:00PM - 3:00PM

 

 

2:30PM - 3:45PM

 

 

 

9:00AM

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