November 12, 2021

Letter From the Pastor – November 14, 2021

                Last week a young boy of 16 was murdered and two of his friends seriously wounded as they were traveling in a van in New York City.  This unprovoked act of violence filled the hearts of many people with great anger and frustration.  All of us recoil at senseless violence and injustice.  And yet we all know that violence and injustice must be rejected in favor of justice, understanding and peace.                   In the gospel Jesus’s message to us is very clear; there is no room for any retaliation; no eye for […]
November 5, 2021

Letter From the Pastor – November 7, 2021

          It is a psychological fact of life that each of us is not one person, but many.  Surely, we all recognize that truth about ourselves.  There is one part of us that is gentle and kind, another part that is mean and ill-tempered.  There is one part that is open and honest, another part that is deceitful and conniving.  We could multiply the examples endlessly, because every one of us is a bundle of mixed motives and conflicting emotions.           The ancient psalmist recognized that reality.  So he decided to do […]
November 2, 2021

Deceased Alumni Mass – November 6

We invite parishioners and family members to a special mass of remembrance on Saturday, November 6th at 5 pm at Annunciation Church.  Please join us to remember the deceased Alumni of Annunciation School. 
November 2, 2021

Veterans’ Day Parade – November 11

October 30, 2021

Religious Education Calendar 2021-22

Click to print or view the 2021-22 Religious Education Calendar.