Weekly Liturgical Schedule

The chapel is open for private prayer Monday to Friday, from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Sunday9:00 am Mass [in person]
11:00 am Mass [in person and livestream]
7:00 pm Mass [in person]
Monday
Tuesday8:30 am Mass [in person and livestream]
Wednesday8:30 am Mass [in person and livestream]
9:00 am to 9:00 pm Adoration [in the church]
7:00 to 8:30 pm Confessions [in the chapel]
Thursday8:30 am Mass [in person and livestream]
Friday8:30 am Mass [in person and livestream]
Saturday5:00 pm Mass [in person]
7:00 pm Mass [in person]

 

How to go to Mass

Everyone, whether you are a member of this parish or not, is welcome to come to Mass. We are not requiring signups for daily Mass, so if you’d like to attend a weekday Mass, just show up.

To sign up for a weekend Mass, please do the following:

  1. Use our online signup form to register for a Mass. Click here to sign up.
  2. Read this for detailed instructions on how Mass will be celebrated.
  3. If you are feeling ill please stay home. If you are not able to attend your scheduled Mass because of illness, please cancel your Mass or call the office and we will reschedule you.
  4. Remember that even with the best health practices and personal distancing, there is still a risk of contracting the coronavirus. Improved cleaning will occur at St. Anne’s, but no one should expect that they will be any safer from germs than in other public spaces.

How to go to Confession

At the Church – Wednesdays 7:00 to 8:30 pm [in the chapel]

House Call Confessions – Click here for more information and to sign up

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