Faith & Charity Catholic Appeal

The 2022 Faith and Charity Catholic Appeal will be conducted in parishes throughout the diocese next weekend. Once a year, our Bishop asks each of us to make a commitment to support the work of diocesan programs and ministries that provide services that no one parish can offer on its own. Your gift helps our Church to serve the poor, the sick, the distressed, our children and our elderly.

As parishioners of St. Ann, we are being asked to serve others by sharing our resources. Your generosity enables us to accompany our brothers and sisters in need. Our parish target is $ 197,500. Your financial support of the Appeal also provides funding for our parish since once achieving the goal assigned to our parish, once we are over goal, we receive 100% of monies collected for our own parish and ministry needs.

Please prayerfully consider your generous gift to this Faith and Charity Catholic Appeal. Kindly decide ahead of time he contribution you wish to make this year and come to church next week prepared to complete your pledge and offer your support to our parish, and the Diocese of Wilmington.

To learn more about the Faith and Charity Catholic Appeal, visit www.cdow.org; click “Giving” then “Faith and Charity Catholic Appeal”. Or you can click “Walking By Faith” image below.

View Bishop Koenig’s video message regarding the Faith and Charity Catholic Appeal below:

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MBS Weekly Update

From the desk of Trinette Stillman, Principal

5th Grade Teacher Position: The teacher is responsible for instruction, supervision, and management of 5th grade students. The teacher should possess excellent communication skills, exhibit empathy and support for the academic and emotional needs of the students and foster positive interactions with students and fellow employees. They must fulfil other responsibilities in accordance with the MBS mission statement. Candidate will possess bachelor’s degree in appropriate subject area and licensing and certification in Maryland or Delaware or willing to transfer license. This opportunity is a full-time, 10-month teaching position. Please check MBS website for further information.

We are currently in the season of Open Registration, and any new families considering registration should contact Christa Gunther at cgunther@mbscs.org or call (410) 208-1600 for information or to schedule a tour. To help families with transportation, we have bus services that run from Sussex County, Delaware providing transportation for our Delaware families to MBS.



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Tiny Tots, May 24

Our next meeting is on

Tuesday, May 24th in Delaney Hall
from 9-1 o’clock.

We will be making quilts and baby items for
Rosa Health Center in Georgetown.
Meeting is open to new members.
We could use donations of yarn and material.

Contact Mary Martinez (302) 541-4964.





Please join us.

For additional information,
please call Mary Martinez at 302-541-4964

Final Bazaar Workshop, May 26

The “Paint Group” and the “Stitch & Sew Group”
will be meeting on Thursday, May 26
for our final meeting of the season, May 26th
from 9 am until 12 pm.

We are grateful for these talented women
who have spent many months creating unique items for the Annual Bazaar.

Please join and support their efforts in August.

New members are always welcome. Contact Fran Harty (302-537-1549).


MEN’S CLUB
MALVERN RETREAT,
Jun 3-5

MEN’S CLUB MALVERN RETREAT:
There is strength to be gathered, rewards to be enjoyed,
graces to be won, it’s all possible on retreat.

Think about it. Retreat weekend is June 3, 4 & 5, at
St. Joseph’s-in-the-Hills, Malvern, PA.

For more information, please visit our website at
www.malvernretreat.com or
call TOM KEELEY 302-864-3055; ADOLPH PERTICARI 302-541-4452.

Donations for Bazaar Accepted
until – Jul 22

We are currently accepting items until Friday, July 22, 2022.
Drop Off: Daily – 8:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Closed all Sundays, Memorial Day and July 4th.

Do not leave anything outside the garage!

NOTE: To donate any oversized items such as sofas, boats, kayaks, etc. prior arrangements must be made
by contacting Alexis Sclama at parishofstannbazaar@gmail.com or call 410-790-7669.
This will help the volunteers make space for these heavy/large-sized donations in advance.

Only Accepting the Following

  • Bicycles & Tricycles
  • Books—no encyclopedias, Readers Digest, textbooks, magazines
  • Christmas—no large trees
  • Flat Screen TVs; Up-to-date Computers; Monitors
  • Golf Clubs
  • Garden Tools; Hand Powered Tools; Hand Tool
  • Kitchenware— no silver-plated serving pieces
  • Luggage on Wheels
  • Outside Grills
  • Small Dorm/beverage size Refrigerators
  • Small working appliances
  • Toys, Ganes Puzzles
  • Travel Accessories
  • Floor and Table Lamps
  • Handbags; Jewelry, Knick-Knacks, Baskets, etc


NOT ACCEPTING

  • Bed pillows; Bed frames/ Headboards, Box springs/Mattresses
  • Ceiling fans/light fixtures
  • China closets
  • Christmas cards/wrappings
  • Clothing & footwear
  • Cribs
  • Curtains/Rods/Blinds
  • Doors/Windows
  • Glass top tables
  • Infant car seats
  • Kitchen cabinets
  • Large appliances
  • Large exercise equipment
  • Old computer/ Monitors
  • Old style TVs
  • Record albums
  • Sleep Sofas/Chairs
  • Sports equipment
  • TV cabinets
  • VHS Tapes
  • Wall Mirrors

Formed is Back!

FORMED from the AUGUSTINE INSTITUTE is back!

A parishioner has generously donated a
subscription for our parish.

Diving into the beauty of the Faith has never been
easier: at home, on the go, or from any internet
connected device. Discover thousands of books, audio
talks, movies, documentaries, and studies… there is
something for every member of the family to help
them grow closer to Christ and to His Church.

To sign up with FORMED: FORMED: FORMED: Visit FORMED.org;
click Sign Up; select Sign Up As A Parishioner;
find St. Ann Church by parish name, address, or
zip code; enter your email – and you’re in!

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