St. Ann Catholic Church – Virtual Bulletin
Sunday, April 17, 2022 – Easter Sunday
2116 E First Ave Spokane WA 99202
Phone: 509 535-3031 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Holy Week schedule:
Holy Thursday 7:00 PM – at St. Ann
Holy Thursday Zoom – 7:00 PM (will need a bowl of water and a towel for the hand washing ceremony during the service)
Good Friday 7:00 PM – at St. Ann (bring a cross from home to venerate during veneration of the cross portion of the service.)
Good Friday Zoom – 7:00 PM (will need a cross to venerate during the service)
Holy Saturday 8:00 PM Easter Vigil at St. Ann (Mass will begin in the courtyard with the lighting of the fire, weather permitting.)
Easter Sunday 9:00 AM – at St. Ann
Easter Sunday – 9:00 AM livestream on Zoom
Easter Sunday – 11:00 AM Swahili Mass – at St. Ann
No Sunday evening Zoom service on Easter Sunday.
** If you would like to donate an Easter lily or two to help decorate the church for Easter, you can drop them off at one of the Holy Week services, or on Saturday morning between 10-11. Thank you! **
Holy Week Activities for Families
Jolie has shared this Easter devotional guide for families with us, filled with readings and activities for families during Holy Week, beginning with ideas for Palm Sunday. Enjoy!
Craig’s Discussion Group
If you are interested in joining Craig’s Discussion group, now would be a great time to do so. The group has just begun discussing a new book – Wisdom Jesus by Cynthia Bourgeault – this week. The group meets on Mondays at 2:30 PM on Zoom. Please email the parish office if you are interested in joining the discussion group.
Climate Action Corner
Earth Day Activities for those interested in Celebrating Earth Day and acting in response to the climate crisis.
Hope for Creation Conference, April 22-23 St John’s Cathedral, designed to share a vision of hope for Creation: spotlight local caretakers of land, water and air; and renew Spokane’s leadership on environmental care. Find info and registration here: https://www.whitworth.edu/hopeforcreation/
“A Vigil for the Healing of the Earth” Earth Day April 22, 2022, 4:30-5:30pm. At St John’s Cathedral South Patio. Listen to those affected by ecological devastation. Connect with others who are active in healing the Earth.
Spokane Earth Day Climate March, Friday, April 22nd, 2022, 1:45-4:00 pm Pavilion in Riverfront Park, join 350Spokane.org and others concerned about the climate crisis to demand urgent action in combating climate and preparing for the climate crisis. Find info here: https://actionnetwork.org/events/spokane-climate-march/
Raise the Roof – Easter Wine Sales
You can support the Raise the Roof fundraiser by buying wines from the St. Ann wine shop. Check out the Easter offerings below or on the website: https://www.rimacrafts.com/
2022 Easter Dinner Wine Pairings
$19/bottle – Easter dinner is a special occasion so it’s a great excuse to break out a really nice Cabernet Sauvignon. This is everyone’s favorite red wine varietal for lamb pairing, and all of your guests will appreciate a bottle of Banshee from Paso Robles. Of course it’s also a great match for red wine sauce.
$22/bottle – White wine lovers are not shut out here though. Wow your guests with a bottle of Bertrand Art de Vivre from France and enjoy some flowers in the ceramic bottle after the wine is gone.
$22/bottle – Ham is a favorite entrée for Easter dinner and there are many great wines that pair perfectly with this extra savory meat. My personal favorite is a Gewürztraminer.
$23/bottle – Red wine lovers can enjoy a good Zinfandel whether you’re going with a traditional baked ham or trying something new this year. Set your holiday table with an Edmeades Zinfandel.
Reserve yours today! Pickup will be Wednesday the 13th in the afternoon.
Upcoming Important Dates & Parish Events
Sundays at 7:00 PM – St. Ann Zoom prayer services
Mondays at 2:30 PM – Craig’s Discussion Group meets on Zoom
Thursdays at 4:15 PM – Taize Prayer Service (Contact Shonna at Bartletts@gonzaga.edu for more info and Zoom links.)
April 14 – Holy Thursday – 7:00 PM – services in the church and on Zoom
April 15 – Good Friday – 7:00 PM – services in the church and on Zoom
April 16 – Easter Vigil – 8:00 PM
April 17 – Easter Sunday – 9:00 AM (in church and livestream on Zoom)
April 17 – Easter Sunday – 11:00 AM Swahili Mass
** There will not be an evening Sunday prayer service on Zoom on Easter **
April 18 – Easter Monday – Parish Office closed
April 20 – Social Justice Ministry meeting – on Zoom at 6:30 PM
April 30 – Parish Council meeting
Alleluia! The one who was humiliated, who was marked as a fool, is celebrated. Francis of Assis was canonized within 2 years of his death.. The one stripped of all is revered as Saint! What did his mother and father think? Alleluia! The one who was humiliated, who was marked as a fool, lives! Jesus of Nazareth lives! We know what the soldiers thought. They tried to cover it up. But Mary of Magdala knew the truth. She had seen him, He had spoken to her and told her to go tell the disciples! Her words have spread down the ages, her words have spread to the ends of the earth. He IS ALIVE! Alleluia! Happy Easter!
(Thank you to Sr. Joanne for sharing these Franciscan reflections with us.)
Please pray for these community members in need of our support or healing:
|Nancy J.||Crystal M.||Dianne F. & family||Janet S.|
|Sunny B.||Susan L.||Estella L.||Andy T.|
|Daren S.||Roberta B’s family||Jake S. & family||Bob & Shonna B & family|
|Craig B. & family||Georgie W.||Kerry M’s family||Fr. Tom C.|
|Izzi H.||James H.||Christian W.||Michel, Sonia & family|
|Theresa W-B||Eva D.||Michelle M’s family||Sean H’s sister|
|Pat F.||Connie Z.||Erin B-L||Brandon B.|
|Connie C.||Mike K.|
Please remember our recently departed and pray for their grieving families and friends:
|Paul B.||Fr. Jim D.||Miguel R.||Claudia K.|
|Nancy R.||Fr. Robert F.||J. Kenneth K.||Ron P.|
|Hal T.||Sr. Linda H’s Nephew||Roberta (Bobby) Breach||Kalvin|
|Betty B.||Walter B. Jr||Judy M.||Jean-Marie S.|
|Lori H.||Patricia S.||Josefina H.||Fr. Francis|
|Dr. Steve M.||Charlotte K.|
Mass Times, Staff Contact Info, & Office Hours
Information about Mass Times, Staff contact info, and office hours can be found on the home page of our parish website! https://stanncommunityblog.wordpress.com/
Message from the Pastoral Team About Relaxing of the Mask Mandate
According to the Washington State Department of Health, as of Saturday, March 12th, 2022, masking will be optional in indoor settings, regardless of vaccination status.
Although this is a relaxation in mask protocols, if you or your family members feel more comfortable wearing a mask, you are certainly welcome to continue doing so. As a welcoming and accepting community, we must remain respectful of others’ feelings and not judge others’ personal decisions. Father Patrick, members of the Pastoral Team who assist him at Mass, and ministers on the altar will continue to wear masks and follow Covid safety protocols during Mass. The Pastoral Team asks that you prayerfully consider your comfort level, as well as the safety of the vulnerable in our community, when you make a decision for yourself and your family members. We ask for your patience and understanding as the Pastoral Team continues to monitor and carefully consider decisions about any changes to our Covid safety protocols.
Online Giving With Tithe.ly
You can donate using the direct link here – St. Ann tithe.ly page: https://tithe.ly/give?c=2044739
There is also a GIVE button on our website on the Contact and Giving page. https://stanncommunityblog.wordpress.com/contact/
Or if you would rather mail in a donation, our address is at the top of the bulletin.
Monthly Collection Reports
January General Collection $ 20,071.61
January Roof Fund $4,864.70
January Building Fund $1,122.84
January Neighborhood Collection $1,871.67
February General Collection $8,377.61
February Roof Fund $634.81
February Building Fund $97.03
February Neighborhood Collection $725.67
St. Ann Mission Statement
The Mission of Saint Ann Catholic Church is to live the Good News of Jesus Christ. To create a family/community of faith that lives with integrity and justice. To care for those who are vulnerable, and to treat one another and all those we encounter with dignity and respect