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Cookie Dough Fundraiser due on Monday, October 2, 2017 
If you are participating in the cookie dough fundraiser, please turn in the form and money to Jim's office by the night of Monday, October 2. Make a copy of the form to keep, put the original form & payment (check payable to "St Anne Church) in a sealed envelope with your student's name. Pick up your order on Tuesday, October 10 between 4:00 and 7:30 pm.

Confirmation Class & Youth Mass - October 8

We will have confirmation class & youth Mass on Sunday, October 8, starting at the social hall from 3:30 to 5:30 pm. 

Due on October 8, 2017

  • Module 2: True Happiness
  • Read the gospel reading and in your Sunday Prayer for Teens booklet and be prepared to discuss the reflection question/challenge.
  • Pick a Confirmation Sponsor
    • Work with your parent(s) to select one sponsor.
    • Remember, your sponsor must be at least 16 years old, a confirmed, practicing Catholic, and not one of your parents. For a more detailed explanation of who can be a sponsor, see this page on Busted Halo.
    • Your sponsor should also be someone you feel comfortable talking with and local enough that you can meet and talk with her/him.
    • Meet with or call your prospective sponsor and ask her/him to be your sponsor and make sure she/he can make the dates indicated on the calendar:
      • Class & Mass on Sunday, November 12, 3:30 to 7:30 pm
      • Class & Mass on Sunday, February 25, 3:30 to 7:30 pm
      • Rehearsal on ???, ??:00 pm
      • Confirmation Ceremony on ??? at ??:00 am (sponsors will be asked to arrive at ??:00 am
    • Provide your teachers with the full name(s), phone number, and email address of your confirmation sponsor(s)

Calendar & Candidate Agreement
Please take the time to review the upcoming dates on the calendar. The candidate agreement that you signed last spring allows for two absences, so compare the confirmation calendar with your school, vacation, and activities calendars.


The Google Calendar will be the most up-to-date calendar:

See the calendar page to for instructions on how to download or sync to the program's Google Calendar.

Gospel Reflection

  • 20170924 - Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

    Gospel of Matthew 20:1-16A

    Jeffy’s Reflection

    In the Gospel of Matthew 20:1-16A, it talks about how a landowner gave the workers that worked only an hour and the workers that worked all day the same pay. The last sentence is what everyone knows,”Thus, the last will be first and the first will be last.”

    Jesus taught us to treat others the same way you want to be treated. No one person is better than the other. A good example is what happened in Houston a few weeks ago. A terrible storm came over the area and displaced families and took their homes away. Shelters were getting full for those who were evacuated. But there was this furniture store owner who opened his doors to those who needed a place to sleep because the shelters were full.

    By opening his doors and letting those families use his beds to sleep in made those families have one less thing to worry about. By giving a helping hand to those who need our help is our christian duty.

    If we can just help one person, that person in return will help another, thus paying it forward. By treating others the same and not judging is a hard thing to do, so we must take small steps and ensure that everyone is first and not last.

    Posted Sep 18, 2017, 8:05 PM by Domain Admin
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Confirmation Video from Diocese of Oakland on Vimeo.

Diocese of Oakland Confirmation video with Bishop Barber.