Monday, June 1, 2020 at 8:36 AM
Our Church is now opened! Please see attached Bishop Noonan's video in regards to Diocese of Orlando guidelines.
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Welcome to St. Ann's Church

Fr. Andrzej Jurkiewicz
Parochial Administrator


Map and Directions 

Eucharistic Minister and Lector Schedules 

Parish Registration

Download the Parish App 

Prayer Requests 



Formation Registration

Meet the Parish Staff 

Meet the Finance Council

Meet the Parish Pastoral Council 

Traveling and need to find a Church 




            Online Registration for               Faith Formation Classes



              Fr. Gabriel Kamienski                Parochial Vicar 

We are back to our normal  Daily and Weekend Mass schedules!

We encourage you to wear your face mask while visiting, and to please keep a 6'ft social distance.  The pews have been marked for social distancing.  Until further notice, our max. capacity is at 25% (200 people).

Our Daily Mass times are: 8am on Mon, Tues, Thurs & Friday; and 6pm on Wednesday. 

Daily Reconciliation starts half hour before Daily Mass begins.

Weekend Masses: 4pm Saturday, and 8am, 11am and 6pm on Sunday.

Weekend Reconciliation is on Saturday from 3-3:45pm. 

Reconciliation New Location will be in the Lower Sacristy, until further notice.

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 The Elijah Cup Ministry

Take the Elijah Cup home for a week and pray for vocations to the Priesthood, the Diaconate and the Religious Life.

If you are interested, please call the Parish Office for available dates and any questions you may have.


Being  Good  Stewards . . .

     Beginning in June, Food Pantry Drive-Thru, will be open Mondays & Wednesdays between 10am-12noon. 


 Join us on Facebook

We will continue to do live-stream at the 11am Mass for those who are medically vulnerable and fearful to be in large gatherings. 

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What ‘s a genuflection?

  • Literally the “bending of the knee,” which we make with our right knee.

To whom – and to where physically – is it directed?

  • To Jesus in the tabernacle.

 What should we be praying as we make this physical gesture?

  • We should pray some interior act of reverence and adoration, like “Jesus I love you!” or “Jesus, I adore you!”

What is the purpose of singing during the Mass?

  • When we sing, according to St. Augustine, we pray twice, because we put more of ourselves into the prayer and we pray better in harmony as a community, as Christ’s body and bride.

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