March 19, 2018

Communion Meeting For Parents – Mar 26 or 27

1st Holy Communion Meeting For Parents Monday, March 26, (last names A thru L) Tuesday, March 27, (last names M thru Z ) Time: 7:00 p.m. Location: Annunciation Gym This will be a short informational meeting (for parents) to discuss the 1st Holy Communion Celebrations. Bring your questions! If you are unable to attend, please contact me. Thank you, Patricia Kavanagh, Interim Sacrament Coordinator patricia.kavanagh@annunciation-fatima.com
March 16, 2018

Letter From the Pastor – March 18, 2018

To forgive other people is one of the most difficult things any of us will have to do.  If perhaps you don’t know that, it can only mean that you have never tried it.  Perhaps you’ve never been faced with that necessity.  Maybe your heart has never been broken.  Maybe you’ve never been cheated, or lied to, or insulted.  Maybe you’ve never suffered physical or psychological injury at the hands of careless, or worse yet, malicious people. If nothing like that has ever happened to you, let me assure you that you should be grateful; but you should also be […]
March 9, 2018

Letter From the Pastor – March 11, 2018

 Jesus once asked His disciples, “Who do people say that I am?”  Peter, as was often the case, spoke for the group: “You are the Messiah.”  You and I can hear those words with little or no emotion; but to those first disciples, they were dramatic beyond measure.  From the beginning they had taught, hoped, even dared to  believe that Jesus might be the long-awaited redeemer, spoken of by the prophets.  Now they were sure of it.  Then, at that very point, Jesus began to teach them that He had to suffer, be rejected by His own people, and die.  […]
March 6, 2018

Religious Education Program Cancelled – March 7

Due to the impending snowstorm, Annunciation-Our Lady of Fatima Religious Education program will be closed on Wednesday, March 7, 2018.  Please be safe! 
March 6, 2018

Reminder ~ First Communion Banners and Fee

First Communion Banners First Communion banners hang at the end of each family’s pew during the celebration of First Communion. Banners have the family name and a representation of the Eucharist, such as a chalice, grapes or wheat. Families with banners from their older children may use that banner instead of making a new one. For families that are making a banner for the first time, there are many options. Here are a few to help you get started: For those who enjoy crafts, you can purchase the materials at JoAnn’s or any other craft store and make your banner. For […]