St. Anne’s Vacation Bible School

July 11 – 15  Surfing with the Holy Spirit

Mark this date on your calendar a week filled with fun, laughter & friendship in the sun and with the Holy Spirit.

Creating our  VBS team: Anybody that would like to help or be involved please call or text Chris Driessen at 780 284-7120.  To register please call  the office 780 674 2662  or or Email: jmj111@telus.net

Can’t wait to build the youth of our world!!

Volunteers are needed!

Special Rosary – Saturday May 28th at 5:30 pm

We invite all parishioners to pray the 4 mysteries of the rosary in honor of our Mother Mary on Saturday, May 28 at 5:30 pm in the Town gazebo across from the church.

In the event of inclement weather, we will pray in our church

Father John Adamyk – Rest In Peace

Formed Website Access

A big Thank you ….to Knights of Columbus for their kind gesture of financing our subscription to the FORMED. It is greatly appreciated by the all the Parishioners.

How to access FORMED: A. To register new: Type – stannesbarrhead.formed.org and then click “register now” and follow the instructions. B: For those who have already registered: Type – stannesbarrhead.formed.org enter your registered email id and password

Retrouvaille – Help for Struggling Marriages

Dear Pastors, Priests, Admin. Staff, Bulletin/Newsletter editors,

Please help couples find hope for their marriage by inserting the following announcement in your bulletins/newsletters/email lists. This program helped us save our marriage and has saved thousands of marriages all over the world. God bless you in your parishes and ministries.

With gratitude and prayers,
Brian and Monica Kryska
Edmonton Retrouvaille

Retrouvaille – Help for Struggling Marriages

Retrouvaille – A lifeline for troubled marriages! Is your marriage in crisis? Communication problems? You are not alone.helpourmarriage.com 587-598-4357, info@helpourmarriage.ca
Next Edmonton Retrouvaille Program starts March 15-17, 2019

Permanent Diaconate

The diocese of St. Paul invites application from candidates aspiring to be permanent deacons.
Deacons are ordained servants of the Church. They are mature
men who have been called by Christ, to serve Him and the Church.
They do this through participating in a threefold ministry of the
liturgy, the word and charity. “Jesus himself was the first deacon,
the servant who modeled the essential link between worship and
service which is the foundation of the diaconate.” (#1 National
Directory for the Ministry, Formation and Life of Permanent
Deacons in Canada, 2017, p. 16)
Permanent deacons are either Single Men or Married Men. Single
men may begin formation at 25 years of age, however, they must
take a vow of celibacy. Married men should be at least 35 years of
age, be living a mature spiritual life and have been married for
several years. He must have the consent of his wife and children.
Their family should be leading a Christian life and enjoy a good
reputation. A married deacon may not remarry even if widowed.
For more details, take the information sheet available at the church
entrances

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Adoration on Fridays

Every person is welcome and is encouraged to
come and visit the exposed Blessed Sacrament any time
during Friday.

The Catholic Women’s Leadership Foundation (CWLF)

Are you a Catholic woman interested in developing leadership
skills? The Catholic Women’s Leadership Foundation (CWLF) is
accepting applications for its initial Leadership Program for
Canadian Catholic women. The Program will be facilitated by the
Providence School of Transformative Leadership and Spirituality,
Saint Paul University, Ottawa. For more information about CWLF,
the Leadership Program, or to complete an application form,
visit www.cwlfcanada.ca.”

Exposition of the blessed sacrament and adoration on Fridays

We are now looking for one volunteer who will be willing to
commit at least one hour of your time on Fridays to spend before
the Lord to carry on the adoration from 6 pm to 7 pm. If you are
willing, please contact Rose Petruchik (780 674 2576). Of course,
every person is welcome and is encouraged to come and visit the
exposed Blessed Sacrament any time during the day.

Golden Bells

In recognition of their marital commitment and their witness to faith in the community, the Parish would like to appreciate and honor the couples celebrating the Golden Jubilee Year of their Wedding.
So when you are celebrating your 49th Anniversary, and if you are already entered the 50th year, please inform the office.