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Mass Schedule

Weekdays: 8:00 am
Saturdays: 8:00 am & 5:00 pm (Sunday Vigil Mass)
Sundays: 8:00 am, 10:00 am, 12:00 noon, & 6:00 pm
First Friday of the Month: 8:00 am and 7:30 pm
Every Wednesday: 7:00 pm Our Lady of Perpetual Help Mass/Novena
 
Third Sunday of the Month: 3:00 pm Indonesian Community Mass
Last Sunday of the Month: 2:00 pm Spanish Mass

Mass schedules vary on certain feast days and holy days of obligation. Check the Weekly Bulletin for special service schedules.

Readings

Exposition of Blessed Sacrament
Every Friday after 8 am mass
Every First Friday after 8 am and 7:30 pm mass


Our parish is now offering a new safe and secure way to contribute: online giving! See our online giving webpage and FAQ for more information.

Thanksgiving Day Mass - 9:00 am

There will be only one Mass at Saint Anne on Thanksgiving Day, at 9:00 am.

Simbang Gabi (Dawn Masses)

Please join us for this Filipino tradition of a Novena of Masses in preparation for Christmas. It takes place from December 16th to December 24th. The masses will be celebrated at 5:30am each morning. 

Breakfast and fellowship to follow at the Parish Hall. Those who wish to donate gifts for raffle prizes, please contact the Parish Office at 510-471-7766. 

Adult Confirmation Program
Are you a baptized, adult Catholic who has received First Communion but just never got around to receiving your Confirmation?

Maybe now is the time! St. Anne’s is offering a preparation program for practicing Catholic adults, over 18 years of age, who are interested in receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation. 

Sessions will be held on Wednesday evenings starting October 11, 2017.  Confirmation for adult Catholics will be celebrated at Christ the Light Cathedral in early 2018.

Registrations forms are available by clicking here or at the Parish Office. Completed registration forms need to be submitted by September 25.  A copy of your baptismal certificate is also required.  For more information, please contact Debbie Nunes, Adult Faith Formation Coordinator at 510-471-7766 or email stanneadultfaithformation@gmail.com .

Rite of Christian Initiation Of Adults (RCIA) 
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (R.C.I.A.) is the process by which adults learn about and experience what it means to be Catholic. If you are someone who has expressed an interest in learning about becoming atholic, was baptized Catholic as a child but has not celebrated First Communion, was baptized in another Christian tradition and would like to explore what being Catholic is all about, then this process may be for you. Inquiry sessions are ongoing so you are welcome to participate in the process at anytime with your questions, your insights and your faith story.

For more information please contact Debbie Nunes, RCIA Coordinator at 510 471-7766 or email stanneadultfaithformation@gmail.com


Parish Registration Form

If you are new to the parish or if your information has changed, please

download and fill out the parish registration form and drop it off at the parish office. If you do not receive the Catholic Voice and offertory envelopes, then you probably need to turn in a registration form.



Call for Liturgical Ministers
We need liturgical ministers! Will you answer God's call?
Our parish is in need of liturgical ministers. If God is calling you to serve our parish as a lector, Eucharistic minister, music minister, hospitality minister, or altar server, please complete the form and drop it off in the weekly collection or at the parish office.



Sacraments 101: Eucharist (how we receive)





Roman Missal, Third Edition
Since the end of Vatican II, bishops and theologians have been looking at the Latin texts of the Roman Missal and re-translating them to conform more closely to it’s origins. After nearly fifty years of research, debate, and prayer the Vatican has approved the Third Translation of the Roman Missal. These changes took effect the first week of advent (November 27, 2011). The structure of the mass remains unchanged in the new edition of the Roman Missal. However, almost every prayer in the Mass has been re-translated from Latin to English; some prayers now recited by memory will need to be relearned. For more information, see: