Annual Catholic Appeal
The Annual Catholic Appeal is about being Catholic and recognizing there are priests and deacons to be trained, social services for the needy and poor to be offered, Catholic schools to sustain and grow, retired priests and nuns to support and so much more!
The Annual Appeal allows you to join thousands of Catholics to support more than 60 ministries and services throughout Western Washington. Your support is essential to our mission – without YOU, there would be no Church. Thanks to your generosity, our church is here in times of need providing comfort and hope.
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Meet our Catechumens and Candidates
Click here to meet the thirteen men and women who will be entering the Church this Easter through the Sacraments of Initiation!
St. Anne House of Prayer opens with new2014-15 schedule
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Exploring issues of men’s lives & faith through input, discussion, reflection and prayer. Gatherings occur throughout the year. For complete listing of dates and subjects, click here.
Dates to Remember
Unless a separate number is listed, please call (206) 282-0223 or email the parish office for info or registration:firstname.lastname@example.org For a complete schedule of liturgies, meetings, classes, etc. in our parish life, please click the Calendar tab at the top of this page.
Mondays (every week) 7:00 pm
Young Adults (ages 18-30) Bible Study. Meets in Assembly Room. Contact Andrew Campbell: email@example.com Open for drop-in. No registration or fee.
Welcome Home, Returning Catholics!
If you are a Catholic who has been away from active participation in the church, welcome! We hope you will feel at home here at St. Anne.
We realize that many returning Catholics have questions about the church, its teaching and its practices. We would welcome the opportunity to meet with you, to answer your questions, and to address any concerns. Please contact the parish office at 206-282-0223 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to helping you reconnect with your church community.
Here are a few of the questions frequently asked by those who are thinking about returning to active participation in the Church.
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