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Alpha

Posted on September 06, 2019 in: General News

Alpha
Everyone is invited to join us for Alpha on Wednesday evenings starting September 18th at 6:30pm at St. Ann's. Each evening begins with a meal, a short video, and a tme for discussion in a no pressure environment. We are again offering childcare for FREE. Register Here: Alpha Registration

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Burial of Cremated Remains

Posted on September 26, 2018 in: General News

Do you have cremated remains of a family member in your possession that you would like to have laid to rest in a sacred place? The death of a loved one can be a confusing time. Perhaps the weather or time of year was not conducive to having a burial and time has passed by faster than expected? Or maybe you inherited the remains from someone else? Whatever the reason, our parish wants to offer you the opportunity to provide your family member a proper burial. Proper burial helps us grieve and find closure while we show respect for the life and remains of our beloved dead. The Catholic Church sees the burial of the dead a...

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               The National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC) is an exciting, biennial four-day experience of prayer, community and empowerment for Catholic teenagers and their adult chaperones. The schedule includes liturgies, general keynote sessions, and concurrent sessions on a variety of topics including forgiveness, Catholic spirituality and prayer, global issues, sexuality, and leadership. There are also opportunities for special activities, such as concerts, exhibits, and a thematic park.  Additional link and registration form below.  &nb...

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“This is the time of fulfillment. The kingdom of God is at hand. Repent, and believe in the gospel.” (Mark 1:15) Jesus fully reveals God’s plan for us. From the beginning of the Bible to the arrival of Jesus, God had only slowly revealed himself and his ways to his chosen people, by making promises to them, showing his power, and giving them commandments. Each generation was given a bit more knowledge of whom God is and what he intends for us, with the expectation that they must accept God on his terms. The time of fulfillment meant that no further revelation of God was necessary: Jesus is God&rsquo...

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