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Sainte Anne Parish - Salem, MA 01970

 

 

Our Church

Sainte Anne Parish 

Sainte Anne Parish is a faith community in the Roman Catholic tradition.  We see ourselves as a local expression of the universal Church, the People of God, the Body of Christ.  Through God's grace we seek to be welcoming and loving.  Our life centers on the weekend celebration of the Eucharist.  We meet Jesus Christ in the Eucharist and are then challenged and commissioned to share our faith and to bring His love to others.  You are most welcome to join with us for prayer, worship, and parish activites.  May the peace of the Lord be with you always.  


 


Mark O’Connell (@rfkram) Tweeted: Nice gathering for the new Parish Pastoral Council at Saint Anne Parish in Salem this morning. I am confident this is the right group to help Fr. Maurice Agbaw Ebai to lead going forward. Blessings on you all.

 


Dear People of God of Ste. Anne's parish, I write to express my profound gratitude to you for the outpouring of support and affection that I received during the celebration of the 10th anniversary of my priestly ordination, and the conferral of my doctorate in Sacred Theology by Boston College. I thank all those who patiently attended the Eucharistic celebration and the reception at the school hall, on Saturday, July 27th, 2019. Under a very short period of time, you all made me feel being a member of a beloved family, loved and appreciated. With all my heart, I thank you. May the Lord reward you with his kindness and presence. I love you all. God bless you.

Father Maurice

 

Choir/Handbell Gathering

 

What is the "New Evangelization"?

This presentation given by Fr. John at St. Ann Church in Gloucester in September 2013 is now available on this website under "Teachings". 

 

Parish Renewal - Fr. James Mallon Video

(Click anywhere in the picture to watch the video)

Other videos in this series by Father Mallon may be found in the Teachings tab

 

 

     Ste. Anne Chapel

The chapel of Ste. Anne Church is open each day for quiet prayer and reflection from 8:00a.m. until 5:00p.m.  (On Saturdays the chapel closes after the 4:00p.m. Mass.)  Enter through the courtyard on Jefferson Avenue.  Come and spend time in prayer with Jesus.         

 

VIDEO OF THE MONTH   

Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead?   

Watch it on the Formed Website  - Instructions Below

If Christ has not been raised, said the Apostle Paul, then Christian Faith is in vain. The Resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth is not an incidental or minor aspect of Christianity. If Jesus did not rise from the dead, Christianity is certainly false.

Skeptics have long tried to show that there was no Resurrection. Today, there has been a resurgence of attacks on this central truth of Christianity. Some people claim that the followers of Jesus fabricated the Resurrection. Others argue that the disciples hallucinated or had a “vision” of their dead master, which they confused with a truly risen Jesus. Others still suggest that the Resurrection was a myth or that the Apostles may have seen a spirit or witnessed a “spiritual resurrection” that had nothing to do with an empty tomb and the transformation of Jesus’s dead body. Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead? carefully scrutinizes the historical evidence. Rather than accept Christian belief blindly, top scholars, and biblical historians critically examine alternative explanations. In the end, they show why it is a matter of sound reason as well as faith to affirm what the early Church proclaimed: Jesus is risen.

A fascinating, fast-paced, exciting exploration of Jesus’s fate, Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead? shows how Jesus’s Resurrection has consequences for every one of us.

Featuring: Father Mitch Pacwa, S.J., Johnnette Benkovic, Craig Blomberg, Ph.D., Craig Evans, Ph.D., Tim Gray, Ph.D., Gary Habermas, Ph.D., Edward Sri, Ph.D., Roy Schoeman, Father Ronald Tacelli, S.J., Ben Witherington III, Ph.D.

 

 

AUDIO OF THE MONTH 

The Necessity of Divine Mercy 

Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, reveals the urgency to live and share the powerful message of Divine Mercy. He explains the basics of the Divine Mercy feast, image, novena, chaplet, and hour of mercy, and how to incorporate them into your spiritual life. Discover God’s transformative message of Divine Mercy.

 

STE. ANNE PARISH IS FORMED

Go to www.formed.org and enter our parish password (FT2T74)   FORMED is an unprecedented partnership of apostolates such as Augustine Institute, Lighthouse Catholic Media, Ignatius Press, Word on Fire, St. Paul Center, and the Marian Fathers. FORMED is the revolutionary digital platform that gives our parish unprecedented access to video-based study programs, feature films, audio presentations, and eBooks from the Church’s foremost presenters.  How can you take advantage of FORMED? Go to https://formed.org; Click “Register” on the lower right and follow the directions; enter our parish code (FT2T74) and then your e-mail, and click “GO ”.  Fill out the subscription form, click agree to terms and click “Enter”.  Check your e-mail to verify your subscription; and explore.  Best of all it is free.   

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Mass Schedule

 
Weekend Masses
Saturday 4:00p.m.
Sunday 8:30a.m. and 11:00a.m.
Cameroon Community Mass 1:00p.m.

 On the Second Sunday of the Month 

Daily Masses 
Monday thru Friday 9:00a.m.
 
Holy Day Masses 
As Announced
 
Sacrament of Reconciliation - Confession
Saturday 3:15p.m. - 3:45p.m. in the Chapel or at other times by appointment or request
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Rosary and Eucharistic  Adoration
Tuesday 6:30p.m.in the Chapel
 
Baptism 
Fourth Sunday of the month 12:15p.m.
Contact the parish to arrange for a Baptism. 
 
 Baptism Preparation for Parents and Godparents
Second Wednesday of the month 7:00p.m. at the rectory
 
 Matrimony
Please contact the parish at least six months in advance.
 

  Anointing of the Sick
Available on request - please contact the parish - also monthly after one of the weekend Masses.

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Upcoming Events
Nov 14

9:00a.m. Daily Mass

Thursday, 9:00 AM

9:00a.m. Daily Mass
Time: Thursday, 9:00 AM
  We meet in the chapel.
Nov 15

9:00 a.m. Daily Mass

Friday, 9:00 AM

9:00 a.m. Daily Mass
Time: Friday, 9:00 AM
  No Description Available
Nov 15

Scout Pack Meeting

Friday, 7:00 PM

Scout Pack Meeting
Time: Friday, 7:00 PM
  No Description Available
Nov 16

3:15p.m. Confession

Saturday, 3:15 PM

3:15p.m. Confession
Time: Saturday, 3:15 PM
  Confessions take place in the Reconciliation Room in the chapel.
Nov 16

4:00PM Mass

Saturday, 4:00 PM

4:00PM Mass
Time: Saturday, 4:00 PM
  No Description Available
Nov 17

8:30AM Mass

Sunday, 8:30 AM

8:30AM Mass
Time: Sunday, 8:30 AM
  No Description Available
Nov 17

Religious Ed 8:30 - 10:30

Sunday, 8:30 AM

Religious Ed 8:30 - 10:30
Time: Sunday, 8:30 AM
Location: Ste Anne Pastoral Center - 11 Cleveland St. Salem MA 01970
  No Description Available
Nov 17

Food for Baskets/canned/dry goods

Sunday, 8:30 AM

Food for Baskets/canned/dry goods
Time: Sunday, 8:30 AM
  No Description Available
Nov 17

500 Club Meeting

Sunday, 9:45 AM

500 Club Meeting
Time: Sunday, 9:45 AM
  Meets in the school building following the 8:30a.m. Mass.
Nov 17

11AM Mass

Sunday, 11:00 AM

11AM Mass
Time: Sunday, 11:00 AM
  No Description Available
Nov 17

12:00 Noon Anointing of the Sick

Sunday, 12:00 PM

12:00 Noon Anointing of the Sick
Time: Sunday, 12:00 PM
  No Description Available
Nov 18

9:00a.m. Daily Mass

Monday, 9:00 AM

9:00a.m. Daily Mass
Time: Monday, 9:00 AM
  We meet in the chapel.
Nov 19

9:00a.m. Daily Mass

Tuesday, 9:00 AM

9:00a.m. Daily Mass
Time: Tuesday, 9:00 AM
  We meet in the chapel.
Nov 19

Catholic Charismatic Prayer Group

Tuesday, 6:00 PM

Catholic Charismatic Prayer Group
Time: Tuesday, 6:00 PM
Location: Ste Anne Pastoral Center - 11 Cleveland St. Salem MA 01970
  It is an opportunity for renewal in the life in the Spirit! Come and experience the new birth in the Spirit!

 


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