We Welcome You!

On behalf of our parish family I wish to extend a warm welcome to you on visiting our website.  It is my hope and prayer that the community of believers at St. Ann will support your faith journey with our Lord.   We are a vibrant, growing and engaged community located in historic downtown Fayetteville.             

We are an active Catholic Community with a long and culturally diverse history.  From our humble beginnings in a local barber shop in 1939 our parish has grown to be a vibrant witness to the Gospel of Life.

Sunday Eucharist is the heart of our parish community as it gives us life, strengthens us and calls us to holiness.  We are committed to Catholic education and actively support St. Ann Catholic School, our Neighborhood Youth Center and in our life long Faith Formation Program.  

Again, if you are new to the area, we hope that you will soon find a home with us.  Please REGISTER with us and become a part of our family. We look forward to welcoming you at our worship and fellowship.

Fr. Steve Shott, O.S.F.S.

Pastor

 

 

Parish Office Hours

Monday - Thursday
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Friday: By Appointment

Mass and Reconciliation Times

Saturday - Sacrament of Reconciliation - 4:00 - 4:30 or by appointment during the week.

Saturday - Vigil at 5:00 PM
Sunday - Masses at 8:30 AM & 11:00 AM

Holy Days - Check Bulletin for Mass times

Federal Holidays - Mass will be at 9:00AM

DAILY MASS SCHEDULE
Daily Mass M, T, W, F 12:15 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM

EUCHARISTIC ADORATION
Wednesday following 12:15 PM Mass and concluding with Benediction at 1:30 PM (NO Adoration June and July) will Resume Aug 22

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Holy Day

Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary

Mass Schedude - August 15

9:00am  -  12:15pm  -  7:00pm  

Faith Matters

Faith Matters is an ongoing opportunity for teens and adults to explore topics of faith and morality. Faith Matters meets Tuesdays at 7:00 pm in the Social Hall and Thursdays at 10:00 a.m. in the chapel unless otherwise specified in 

 

August 13  Catholics and  The Law, Society, Grace and Salvation

The Moral Law – Who are We? Human Society – The Trinity as the Basis of Society – Common Good – Justification – Grace – Merit – Holiness – From the Speculative to the Practical

 For the next several weeks will embark upon an examination of the 10 Commandments, their meaning for contemporary Catholics

 August 20    The First Commandment:  Loving God

The First Commandment – Our High Calling of Love – The Bottom Line of This Commandment –and its practical applications
August 27  The Second Commandment:  The Bottom Line: No Swearing Allowed but there is so much more!

September 3 / 5  The Third Commandment – The Sabbath Day after the First Creation – Worship in the New Covenant: The Eighth Day of Creation – Rest in the New Covenant: The Eighth Day of Creation – Duties of Society – Practical Considerations

 September 10 / 12     The Fourth Commandment  Loving Your Family  God’s Plan for Parents – Being a Holy Child – Family Life – The Fourth Commandment and Society – The Role of Civil Authorities – A Summary of the Bottom Line and Upper Limit of the Fourth Commandment – Practical Considerations

 September 17 / 19   The Fifth Commandment  Murder, Anger, and Human Dignity

The Fifth Commandment – Bottom Line: Do Not Murder – Human Dignity Must Be Respected – When Killing is not Murder – Other “Medical Ethics” Considerations – Other “End of Life” Decisions – The Upper Limit – Practical Considerations

 September 24 / 25   The Sixth and Ninth Commandments:   Chastity, Purity, Affection and Marital Love    The Sixth Commandment – We are Sexual Beings – The Upper Limit: God’s Plan for Sexuality – The Bottom Line: Abuses of Sexual Love – Practical Considerations

The Ninth Commandment – Purity – Other Considerations – The Bottom Line and the Upper Limit

 

Obtaining a Mass Card for Special Intentions

St. Ann School Feasibility Study Report 2018

Have You Tried FORMED?

Have you been FORMED? 

 

St. Ann Parishioners have FREE ONLINE subscription to FORMED.org is a an amazing source for Catholics to continue to learn about the Faith and to bring evangelize of the family in a whole new level and in an entirely new way. The program is multifaceted and is geared toward many different groups in a parish.

 

FORMED® is an exciting gateway to the best Catholic videos, audio, and e-books to deepen your parishioners' relationships with Christ and His Church. Accessible on most smartphones, tablets, and computers AND it's all FREE!

 

Register using the St. Ann pass code.   Z8M6RY (it's case sensitive)  That’s it!  Please enjoy and make use of this incredible and FREE parish subscription in the coming year!

 

 

 

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