QCD or RMD?

Are you 72 or older? Have you lost the ability to fully
deduct charitable contribu4ons because you no longer
itemize federal income tax deductions? Do you make
donations to St. Ann church regularly? If you answered
yes to these questions, you may want to consider making
a Qualified Charitable Distribu4on (QCD). A QCD is
generally a non-taxable distribution made directly by the
trustee of your IRA to St. Ann or other qualified chari4es.
A QCD reduces your Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) and
thereby reduces taxes. If you are receiving a Required
Minimum Distribution (RMD) from your IRA, a QCD can be
used to help satisfy the RMD. Please consult your tax
advisor or tax return preparer to determine if a QCD
could benefit you.

Joseph A. McNesby, Jr. CYO Golf Outing
Sponsorships

The CYO Joseph A. McNesby, Jr. Golf Outing has been benefitting the work of Catholic Youth, Young Adult and Family Ministry in the Diocese of Wilmington for 29 years. If you own a company or work for a company
where you have influence, consider being a sponsor or donor or join us for a day of golf on September 1, 2021 at Deerfield Golf Club in Newark. Sponsorship levels range from $250 to $2000, and donations for the silent
auction are welcomed.

Email catholicyouth@cdow.org with questions or to get more details on how to become a sponsor/donor or to register for the golf event.

Rediscover the Love in your Marriage.


Tens of thousands of couples have healed their marriages
through Retrouvaille (pronounced Retro-vy). If you know
anyone who could benefit from this program, please pass
this on.

Couples learn to build communication skills and to
increase intimacy. It provides help for marriage problems,
difficulties or crises.

The next program begins the weekend of August 13 – 15, 2021 at the Family Life Center in Malvern, PA.

For more information, or to register,visit www.HelpOurMarriage.org or call 215-766-3944 or800-470-2230.

All inquiries are strictly confidential.

2021 ANNUAL CATHOLIC APPEAL UPDATE

Efforts to raise necessary resources in support of the 2021 Annual Catholic Appeal continue in our Diocese. St. Ann Parish is truly blessed with many generous people, who, despite many economic challenges, have supported this year’s campaign with their pledges and gifts. To date, $180,450 has been received representing 98% of our parish’s $184,000 goal. Once we reach our goal, all additional money comes back to our parish.

If you have given to this year’s campaign, please know that your participation is gratefully appreciated. If you have not yet done so, please consider supporting this important effort with a pledge or one-time contribution. It is never too late to participate.

The diocesan Annual Catholic Appeal provides financial support that enables more than thirty-five ministries throughout our diocese to bring a glimpse of God into the lives of many. The Appeal is an effective way for the diocese to advance the mission of Christ: to feed and house the poor; to minister to the sick and discouraged; to educate our young; and encourage strong, healthy families.

If you would like more information about the Annual Catholic Appeal or wish to make your contribution on-line, go to www.cdow.org/annualcatholicappeal.

May God bless you for your goodness! Thank you.

Father John Klevence

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!

Little Sister of the Poor

Since we are unable to visit the beach parishes this year, we invite you to share your treasures with us by participating in our 10-week raffle.

We would be most grateful for monetary donations during this difficult time through our dedicated website https://www.littlesistersofthepoordelaware.org
Click our 10-week button to participate in our 10-week club raffle.

We thank you for your kindness and may God keep you and yours loved ones in His care always!

CHURCH BAZAAR
Re-Opens August 5 – 7

FINAL THREE DAYS of the 2021 Bazaar!

The last opportunity to shop the St. Ann Bazaar will be this coming weekend. The bazaar will be active From Thursday, August 5 through Saturday, August 7.

Thurs, August 5th – 3 pm – 6pm,
Fri, August 6th – 9 am – 3pm
Sat, August 7th – 9am – noon

Silent Auction August 5- 7
Closing at noon on August 7th!

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. 

  • In addition to the 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.
  • Bazaar Book Store will open on Mon, June 7th at 9 a.m.

Book Store: 
Mon-Fri 9 am–12 pm, and also during the Bazaar.

FOR MORE Details click here on Bazaar Happenings

Translate »