Reminder--On Sunday, February 18, Bishop Ronald W. Gainer will celebrate the 10:30 Mass at St. Anne Church and bless the new resident statues in the Garden.

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St. Anne Church is a stewardship parish recognizing that all we have is given to us by God to be used for His greater purpose, glory and honor. Feel free to contact us. We would enjoy hearing from you.

Fr. Tri M. Luong, Pastor



  St. Anne Parish
Mission Statement


"Through the Word of God, the Eucharist, and the parishioners, St. Anne Parish seeks to be a beacon of light for the earthly journey providing nourishment for the mind, body, and soul."




                        Fr. Tri M. Luong, Pastor

The Bishop is coming to St. Anne's
This Sunday, February 18, Bishop Ronald Gainer is coming to St. Anne Parish to celebrate Mass with us at 10:30 a.m. This will be a bilingual Mass in English and Vietnamese. Please be informed that there WILL NOT be a 1:00 p.m. Mass celebrated on Sunday. Following Mass, all are invited downstairs to the Gym for a reception celebrating the Vietnamese New Year. While visiting, the Bishop will also bless the St. Anne Parish Garden with the addition of the two new statues--St. Anne and Our Lady of La Vang. All are invited to congregate at 10:15 outside in the front of the garden for the blessing of the statues and then process into church for Mass. Please plan on spending this holy and festive day with our Bishop and fellow parishioners.

Parish Lenten Suppers
Reminder--All parishioners and others are invited to attend the St. Anne Parish Lenten Suppers held in the Parish Library on Fridays during Lent. There is an early seating, 4:30-6:30 p.m., and a later seating from 6:30-7:30 p.m. The supper menus are posted weekly in the parish bulletin. You may gain entrance to the Parish Library through the school hallway from the church, or at the side door to the rectory building (Brown Bag Lunch kitchen door). A free will donation at the supper is most appreciated but not required. To RSVP, please email Christina at or call the Parish Office at 717-392-2225. 


Faith Facts

What Are the Stations of the Cross? The Stations of the Cross, also known as the Way of the Cross, Via Crucis, and Via Dolorosa (Latin for Way of Sorrows), is a devotion that reflects on Jesus' final days on Earth--from being condemned to death to dying on the cross and being placed in the tomb. The Stations of the Cross consist of a series of 14 artistic renderings that ypically line the interior walls of every Catholic Church. These illustrations capture key moments during Jesus' journey to His death on Good Friday. It's often said that you must walk a mile in someone's shoes to understand what they are going through. The goal of this devotion is to "walk" in Jesus' shoes by praying and meditating on each of the events (stations) that Jesus experienced. For the history of the Stations of the Cross and to find out what we get from praying the Stations, read more...


Upcoming Events         

February 18 - Bishop Gainer Visit - Celebrating the 10:30 Mass (bilingual) for the                                           Vietnamese New Year and blessing of the new garden statues. 
                        First Sunday

February 18 - Deadline for returning filled Baby Bottles for A Woman's Concern  

February 23 - Stations of the Cross at 6:00 p.m.
                        Lenten Meals in the Parish Library before and after Stations

February 25 - Second Sunday of Lent

March 2 - Stations of the Cross at 6:00 p.m.
                        Lenten Meals in the Parish Library before and after Stations

March 4 - Monthly Parish Adoration immediately following 8:00 a.m. Mass until
                         10:00 a.m.
                  Third Sunday of Lent

March 7 - Mass and Mercy - Parish Book Study Begins
                 7:00 p.m. Mass - 7:30 p.m. Discussion


















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Mass Times


Saturday - 4:30 pm
Sunday - 8:00 and 10:30 am;
              1:00 pm Mass in Vietnamese


Monday-Tuesday-Thursday-Friday - 7:00 am
Wednesday - 7:00 pm
Monday and Friday - 7:00 pm Mass in Vietnamese

Holy Days:

Holy Day Vigil - 5:30 pm
Holy Day - 9:00 am and 7:00 pm

Recitation of the Rosary

Saturday - 4:00 pm
Sunday - 7:15 am
Wednesday - 6:15 pm


Saturday 3:00-4:00 pm or by appointment.




From Rt. 283 and Rt. 30

Take the Rt. 501S Exit (Lititz Pike) or Rt. 272S (Oregon Pike) and follow signs for Downtown Lancaster. Proceed on Route 501S/272S over the bridge. Once across the bridge, you will approach a traffic light. Stay in the left lane and continue straight on to North Duke St.

Immediately after the traffic light, you will find the entrance to the St. Anne Church parking lot on the left-hand side of Duke St. Look for brick pillars marking the entrance to the lot.

There are two doors off the lot for entering the church. One door is accessed by a ramp from the parking lot.  It is wheelchair accessible; and, there are two designated handicapped parking spaces located adjacent to the ramp entrance.

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