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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






Upcoming Events:                                                                                                    

-- January, Fridays —Adoration will be held on January 7, 14, 21,28 following the 9:00 am Mass until 1:00 pm

--January 9, Sunday-- Book Nook following the 9:30 am Mass. The theme will be -The Biggest Lie in Christianity by Matthew Kelly and The ABC's for a Child of God (children's book

--SAVE THE DATE- January 29, 2022 at 5:30 pm Bishop Gainer to celebrate Mass and announce the official decree thus forming St. Anne and Our Lady of La Vang.




The Year of St. Joseph Comes to an End

As you may have read in the Little Blue Book for Advent, "Pope Francis proclaimed the year of St. Joseph to begin on December 8, 2020 and conclude on December 8, 2021.  His proclamation marked the 150th anniversary of Pope Pius IX's declaration of St. Joseph as the patron of the universal Church.  When Pius made the proclamation in 1870, the Catholic Church was enduring troubled times and under fire from many countries which urged extensive Church reform.  At one point, the pope himself was under house arrest.  Just as St. Joseph had protected the Holy Family, the pope also entrusted the beleaguered Church to the saint's protection.'  Source: Bishop Ken Untener and Catherine Haven, editor of the Little Books, Diocese of Saginaw

As a parish, we will soon transition from praying the prayer of St. Joseph to praying the Memorare before Mass. Look for this prayer to be in the front cover of the hymnals soon.

Weekend Mass
As our parish church offers two weekend Masses--4:30 p.m. on Saturday and 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, we want parishioners to know that Mass will continue to be live streamed on the parish Facebook page for those individuals who do not feel comfortable returning to the church building. Please be aware that the 9:30 a.m. Sunday Mass will be live streamed and following is the link which will take you directly to the Facebook site:

Click here for the  Mass Program

Communion After Mass
For parishioners who are not yet comfortable attending Mass in the Church, Father Tri continues to offer Communion in the parking lot following both the 4:30 p.m. Saturday Mass and the 9:30 a.m. Sunday Mass. Please inform one of the Ushers that you are in the parking lot. You may wait at the end of the ramp or outside of your car in order for Father to locate you.

Sacrament of Reconciliation 
Confession is available on Saturday afternoons from 3:00-4:00 p.m. in Rm. 104. Please enter the building through the ramp door only. All health precautions are in place with hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes available. Please wear a mask at all times while in the building.

Catholic School News
St. John Neumann Catholic School has begun the enrollment process for the next school year. If you are interested in learning more about St. John Neumann Catholic school, please visit their website:  The small class sizes, face-to-face instruction and faith-filled learning might be the perfect fit for your child. The staff is always interested in sharing with you all of the good things happening at their Catholic school. Contact the School Office at 717-844-6100 or email Principal, Mrs. Kyla Hockley, at  They would love to welcome you into the St. John Neumann Catholic School family.













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Mass Times


Saturday - 4:30 pm
Sunday - 9:30 am
Sunday -12:00 pm Vietnamese Mass  


Monday-Thursday-Friday -9:00 am
Wednesday - 7:00 pm

Holy Days:
Holy Day Vigil:  7:00 pm
Holy Day:  9:00 am                                      7:00pm in Vietnamese     

Fridays - 9:30 am-1:00 pm

Recitation of the Rosary
Saturday - 4:00 pm
Sunday - 9:00 am
Wednesday - 6:15 pm


Saturday 3:00-4:00 pm in Room 14 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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