Join us in Lynch Hall on Ash Wednesday for our annual Soup Supper! The supper will be from 5-7pm, and all proceeds will benefit In My Father’s Kitchen. Also, on Friday February 21st John Turmino (founder of In My Father’s Kitchen) will be the guest speaker at our next senior luncheon. He will be discussing his ministry and what led him to serve meals to the homeless in Syracuse. If you would like more information on either event you can call the Parish Office or email Kathi Esposito at firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Ann’s is turning 100!! We are having a year long celebration with many fun events already on the calendar!
To kick things off we are headed back in time to the 1920s; to the time of jazz, Art Deco, flappers. The Roaring Twenties were also famous for prohibition and the subsequent rise of speakeasies. On March 21st we will be having our very own speakeasy party in Lynch Hall! All are welcome, just don’t tell the coppers!
Carrying the light of Christ
December 19: Seeing the presence of Jesus in our midst
By Bishop Lucia
Here we are — eight shopping days to Christmas — or as noted in the Church’s liturgical calendar, the beginning of the Late Advent Weekdays which are meant to prepare us more directly for the celebration of the Lord’s birth. I don’t know about you, but I just don’t know where time goes and if you are wondering… no, I am not done with my Christmas shopping! In truth, I need to get started!
Some of us might feel the same about the season of Advent. We might wonder where the last two-and-half weeks have gone and be concerned about all the missed opportunities for time with God and neighbor. The good news is that there is still time to prepare ourselves for the Christmas feast…