• A TEACHING TUESDAY SERIES - Instructor: Father William E. Davis, OSFS A TEACHING TUESDAY SERIES - Instructor: Father William E. Davis, OSFS From Peter to Francis: A History of the Papacy Instructor: Father William E. Davis, OSFS Course description: An introduction to the Hebrew Bible through a review of modern scholarship. The course considers the Jewish Scriptures in themselves and in relation to Christianity. From Peter to Francis: A History of the Papacy - January 17 through February 7 - Classes are at 10:30 AM and 6:30 PM in Rooney Hall
  • Saint Ann Parish 2017 Spring Campaign CommitmentPlease give a hour of your time and join your priests and fellow parishioner’s in prayer ... Saint Ann Parish 2017 Spring Campaign CommitmentPlease give a hour of your time and join your priests and fellow parishioner’s in prayer ... Saint Ann Parish 2017 Spring Campaign Commitment Please give a hour of your time and join your priests and fellow parishioner’s in prayer Outside Planned Parenthood, 1425 Creech Road, on Wednesday March 1, 8, and 15 from 9am - 5pm. On Saturday, Feb. 11th, in partnership with 40 Days for Life, hits the streets again with another National Day of Protest at Planned Parenthood and Join us in sending a message. This is Saint Ann's days of participation in 40 Days For Life. Your prayerful presence is greatly needed! Please check the Respect Life table at the entrance of the church for related materials. For information please contact Kathy Bartels (239)250-1845 or Loretta Huenefeld (239)290-0998. Thank you for supporting Respect Life.
  • A MESSAGE FROM OUR PASTOR - NOTICE OF CHANGE IN DAILY MORNING MASS TIME (EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2, 2017) A MESSAGE FROM OUR PASTOR - NOTICE OF CHANGE IN DAILY MORNING MASS TIME (EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2, 2017) A MESSAGE FROM OUR PASTOR - NOTICE OF CHANGE IN DAILY MORNING MASS TIME (EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2, 2017) 31 July 2016 Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ: I hope that you are enjoying summer and are finding some peace and some ease in the slower pace in Naples this time of year. After a year of inquiry among members of the parish and in consultation with those responsible for the parish’s liturgical life, we have decided that effective 2 January 2017, the daily morning Mass will move to 9:00AM. There are several reasons for this change: 1- Our two neighboring parishes both offer an 8:00AM Mass. A different time provides another option to all daily Mass participants in the area. 2- The super majority of daily Mass attendees are retirees. Several parishioners have indicated to us that due to age and medical issues, the 8:00AM Mass is just too early for them to ever be able to attend. While it is true that there is a 12:15PM Mass during season, the year-long morning Mass never proves to be an option for these individuals. 3- Because of medical issues, not all priests in the parish are able to celebrate the 8AM Mass. A 9AM Mass will make it possible for all priests to preside at daily Mass. We have to acknowledge that we are blessed to have four priests here but at the same time understand that the priests, while aging, are remaining committed to serving the people of the parish. 4-During the school year, the Friday Mass always has to be held at 8:30AM in order to accommodate the school schedule. This difference in time is confusing. By changing the time, a 9:00AM Mass will be offered seven days a week. We are well aware that not everyone will be pleased with this decision. I learned a long time ago that when decisions are made, they are rarely met with universal praise or acclamation. Change is incredibly difficult for most, even if that change is beneficial in the long term. We did not make this decision lightly but after much consultation and after a great deal of prayer and thought. It is, however, our duty as parish priests and parish staff to serve the People of God in the best way possible and we believe this adaptation is for the good of the parish. We thank you for your gracious flexibility and openness to the new graces that will come with this change. We are hopeful that this change will continue to foster a greater love of the Eucharist here at Saint Ann. Sincerely yours, Father Michael
  • ASH WEDNESDAY ASH WEDNESDAY Wednesday, March 1st is Ash Wednesday - Masses are 9:00am, 12:15pm and 6:00pm.

     
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LITURGY SCHEDULE

SATURDAY VIGIL

 

SUNDAY

4:00PM, 5:30PM

 

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)

 

VERY 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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