The Pro Life committee is doing a “Jericho March” @ the Dover PPH about 10:30am and is open to all the Parish to attend on each Friday leading up to the May 21st.
On May 21st, the Seventh and final and will have Father Martin, Minister of St. Ann Pro Life, leading us on a May Procession to Our Lady of Guadalupe and into the Final Procession around the PPH to include Schofeers and all the people to shout and for the Walls to Come Down at the PPH after Father does prayers.
Information is also located in the church Narthex. Please contact Gloria Huber 410-292-3465 with any questions .
“No one has ever seen God. Yet, if we love one another, God remains in us, and His love is brought to perfection in us.” 1 John 4:14.
You can contribute to the Appeal by using the pledge card and return envelope mailed to your home, by accessing the Appeal website at www.cdow.org/annualcatholicappeal and clicking “How to Donate” or by completing a pledge card located at the exit doors of the church.
In today’s Gospel Jesus tells us, “I am the good shepherd, and I know mine and mine know me, just as the Father knows me and I know the father; and I will lay down my life for the sheep.”
Everyone is welcomed to the flock by Jesus. We too, must act faithfully to reach out to all individuals, especially those who feel neglected or abandoned. As Jesus committed His life to being the “one shepherd”, we too must commit ourselves as Catholics, to providing service to all.
There are several diocesan ministries and programs that offer help for those who feel estranged and marginalized by society. As baptized Christians, it is our shared responsibility to respond to Jesus’ command to love and serve one another.
The Annual Catholic Appeal provides financial support for a wide range of spiritual, pastoral, and educational services that assist not only the poor and suffering, but anyone who seeks assistance regardless of age, race or social class. Many thanks to those who have responded to the 2021 Annual Catholic Appeal your generosity is deeply appreciated.
With the pandemic impacting everyday life, the Bazaar Committee has planned a new and safe shopping experience for all shoppers and volunteers. Due to the social distance restrictions, there will be several sale dates spread throughout the summer.
No Premier Night.
In place of a Silent Auction during the bazaar the Virtual Auction will continue throughout the months ahead. (see “Virtual Fundraiser at the Parish of St Ann”) on Facebook.
Donations will be accepted at the church garage starting Mon, May 7th. Drop off hours will be limited.
In place of the Cash raffle there will be a HOLLY KIA SORRENTO CAR RAFFLE, courtesy of Holly Kia. Tickets will be available beginning early May, after weekend Masses and on selected dates at remote locations. The drawing will be held on Labor Day, Mon, Sept 6,at 6:00 p.m. at the Bethany Boardwalk Bandstand after the Jazz Funeral, weather permitting.
Quilt Raffle tickets will be sold after masses and during the bazaar. Drawing will be held in the Masterson Center on Sat, Aug 7 at 11:30 a.m.
The Bazaar Book Store will open on Mon, June 7th at 9 a.m.
Only the Masterson Center and the Courtyard will be used this year.
The number of shoppers in each room will be limited to allow for social distancing and masks will be required for everyone.
Donation Drop Off:
May: Mon- Fri, 8 am11, Sat, 8 am-10 am; June: Mon – Wed, 8 am-11; July: Mon – Wed, 8 am-11 – No furniture or oversized items will be accepted this year! A list of guidelines and acceptable items is posted at the garage door.
Mon-Fri beginning June 7, 9 am–12 pm, and also during the Bazaar.
Thurs, June 17, 3-6pm; Fri, June 18, 9am-3pm
Thurs, July 1, 3-6pm; Fri, July 2, 9am-3pm; Sat, July 3, 9am-12pm
Thurs, July 15, 3-6pm; Fri, July 16, 9am-3pm
Thurs, July 29, 3pm-6pm; Fri, July 30, 9am-3pm
Thurs, August 5, 3pm-6 pm; Fri, August 6, 9am-3pm, Sat, August 7, 9am-12pm.
If you’d like to volunteer to be part of this energized committee, email email@example.com