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St. Ann Roman Catholic Church
Greetings in the Lord Jesus Christ, and welcome to St. Ann's Parish!
Our mission is to learn to live and to spread the Good News of salvation
to all, as Catholic Christians faithful to the Holy Father and the Magisterium
of the Church. We invite you to learn about our faith community by browsing
the items below, and look forward to welcoming you to St.
Bulletins and Readings: Click here for the latest breaking parish news, bulletins, and updates.
Location: Don't know where we are? Click here for directions and a map.
Schedules: Celebration of the sacraments and participation in devotional and private prayer form the core of the Christian life at St. Ann's. Click here for a schedule of Masses, Confessions, and a calendar of upcoming events in the Parish; then come join us!
Staff: Need help with something? St. Ann's is staffed by a superb Pastor and a group of dedicated laity who can help you with your questions. Check here for information on who they are, what they do, and how they can help you.
Ministries: St. Ann's Parish is involved in many ministries to the Christian community. These ministries exist to serve God's people at any stage of their Christian life: the young, the elderly, the sick, the dying, those who know their faith, those who are still seeking it, those who need help living it. Look here for information on the wide array of St. Ann's Parish ministries.
St. Ann's School: "Train them up in the way they should go, and when they are old they shall not depart from it." (Proverbs 22:6). St. Ann School (K-5, and 6-8 Middle school) is dedicated to training the children of the Lord in the way they should go, not only with a excellent academic program and staff of dedicated professional educators, but with a Catholic religious outlook that permeates the teaching of every subject.
History: St. Ann's has been active in the Indian Wells Valley since 1946. Visit here for a history of 50 years of St. Ann's Parish life, and pictures of our 50th Anniversary celebration.
Local Catholics: If you are looking for additional local Catholic Churches and organizations, you will find them here.
Catholic Links: Want to strengthen your faith on-line? Want to be sure you're getting orthodox Catholicism? Check here for links to Catholic Home Pages, the Vatican and other Catholic Churches in the area.
Site Information: Why did we put St. Ann's on the Internet and who takes care of it?