Catholic Appeal 2019

Now more than ever we must come together in faith and hope in support of the critically important ministries...

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Saint Ann By The Sea

Saint Ann by the Sea Parish is located in the Ocean Bluff section of Marshfield.
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Saturday Vigil

4:00 PM

Sunday

7:30 AM | 10:00 AM | 11:30 AM
7:00 PM

Daily

Mon - Sat 7:30 AM In The Chapel

 
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Second Sunday of Lent

Encourage the souls with whom you come in contact to trust in my infinite mercy. Oh, how I love those souls who have complete confidence in Me – I will do everything for them.”  These are the words of Jesus…

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First Sunday of Lent

Start by doing what is necessary; then do what is possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.” This past Wednesday we celebrated Ash Wednesday, which begins the 6 weeks of Lent, a time for fasting, conversion, prayer and selfless…

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Pastor’s Column for March 3

Thanks for your support and help in achieving this year’s 2019 Catholic Appeal goal. This weekend we launch the 2019 CATHOLIC APPEAL at each of the Masses. This year the Chairpersons are the Honorable Albert Burns, and his son Albert,…

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Catholic Appeal 2019

Now more than ever we must come together in faith and hope in support of the critically important ministries to the benefit of the faithful and those who turn to us in need.

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Merciful Forgiveness

Mother Teresa wrote, “To be able to love one another, we must pray much, for prayer gives a clean heart and a clean heart can see God in our neighbor. If now we have no peace, it is because we…

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Pastor’s Column for February 17th

it is painful and difficult to own up to shameful actions, especially in what was once a venerated institution  This Wednesday the Pope has called together the 180 Presidents of Episcopal Conferences throughout the World, and our own Cardinal Sean…

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