When is the church open?
The main church doors are open from 6 am until 9 pm for private prayer. Our parish offices are open to walk-in visits during regular office hours. Our parish staff working hours vary, if you would like to set up a one-on-one meeting please contact a staff member directly.
What are the Mass Times?
For the most up-to-date Mass schedule, please click here. Our regular summer schedule is below.
- Sunday: 7 AM (English), 9 AM (English), 11 AM (English), 1 PM (Spanish), 3 PM Tridentine in Latin (Low Mass) & 5:30 PM (English)
- Monday: 7 AM (English) & 12 PM (English)
- Tuesday: 7 AM (English), 12 PM (English) & 6:15 PM (Spanish)
- Wednesday: 7 AM (Tridentine-Latin) & 12 PM (English)
- Thursday: 7 AM (English), 12 PM (English) & 6:15 PM (English)
- Friday: 7 AM (Tridentine-Latin) & 12 PM (English)
- Saturday: 7 AM (English) & 4:30 PM (Vigil - English), & 6:30 PM (Vigil - Spanish)
Am I required to attend Sunday Mass?
Yes, public Masses have resumed and attendance has been required as of July 1st, 2021.
When and where is the sacrament of confession being offered?
Confession is offered in the regular indoor confessionals, on the right side of the Church. Note: While the regular schedule is listed below, it sometimes changes. For the most up-to-date confession schedule, please click here.
Sunday: No Confessions
Monday: 5:45 AM - 6:45 AM & 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
Tuesday: 5:45 AM - 6:45 AM, 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM, & 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday: 5:45 AM - 6:45 AM & 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
Thursday: 5:45 AM - 6:45 AM, 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM, & 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Friday: 5:45 AM - 6:45 AM & 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
Saturday: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
How do I become a member of St. Anne Parish?
We welcome you and your family! You can now sign up online to become a parishioner of St. Anne. For more information, click on Join St. Anne.
How can I obtain my sacraments certificate?
Do you have youth programs?
St. Anne has a number of excellent religious education programs, sacrament preparation classes, and youth groups. Click here to view information.
I'm interested in becoming Catholic. What's next?
We are excited for you and welcome you to our parish! We encourage you to attend our Order of Christian Initiation (OCIA) classes. These classes share information about what the Catholic Church believes and provide preparation for entering the Catholic Church.
Who do I contact for Baptism?
For information on baptism please contact Sister Viviana at 480-507-4434 or email her here.
Who do I contact for Anointing of the Sick and Holy Communion to the sick and homebound?
Please call our front office at (480) 507-4400. If you hear a recording, press #1.
Where can I find information about Confirmations and First Communions?
Click here for information about our sacrament preparation programs.
Who do I contact for weddings?
Please contact Jean Estes-Gonzales our Marriage Coordinator to arrange a meeting.
How are funerals being handled?
Please visit the funerals page for more information.
How is the parish reaching out to the community?
Friends of the Needy is working to meet needs. They would like more canned foods and diapers for age 4 and up at this time.
Please stay connected through Flocknote, the parish website, Facebook, and the parish app for continued information about resources and information for our current status.
Are counseling services available?
Saint Anne has established a relationship with 3 professionals in counseling services (two of them are parishioners of Saint Anne) to help people or families emotionally or psychologically affected by the current COVID-19 crisis: Michelle Goodwin, LPC (Saint Raphael Counseling); Claudia Lopez, LPC (Ave Maria Counseling) and Diana Hernández, LAC (Fleur-del-Lis Counseling).
The terms of the agreement with them are as follows: they will offer a consultation, free of charge, for 50 minutes, for registered parishioners of Saint Anne, in English or Spanish, for matters of a psychological and/or emotional nature related to COVID- 19.
In this consultation, which will be through a phone call or video, they will receive support according to the nature of the problem. From there, if the person or family wants to continue with them, they should request a regular appointment as a paying client. Due to current circumstances, they are open to considering pro-bono (without cost) therapy for one month if necessary.
To contact these professionals, we ask that you follow this link: CLICK HERE
How can I have a Mass said for someone?
All current Mass intentions are continuing to be celebrated by our parish priests. If you would like to have a Mass said for someone please contact the front office.
How can I help?
- Prayers - Resources are available here. We encourage everyone to keep each other in prayer during these times and stay healthy while using proper social distancing per CDC recommendations.
- Donations at St. Anne - Without your help now, we will not be able to endure this situation for long. For this reason, we encourage you to donate online below: