“Embracing the Lord
in order to embrace hope:
that is the strength of faith,
which frees us from fear
and gives us hope.”   

-Pope Francis, March 27, 2020

 

 

Events

Food! Friends! Fun!

Register online now!

Paper registration forms are available in the school office!
Adults Only!  $25 ($30 at the door) / $15 for Seniors

Price includes light dinner of corned beef sliders, salad, gourmet chips, cookies, games and music. Beer, Irish mules and wine available at cash bar.


 

Father Patrick will be leading a pilgrimage to the Holy Lands
    October 19-27, 2020   

An informational meeting will be held
Wednesday, March 5th at 6:00 pm
in the church basement.

Contact Fr. Patrick for more information

Itinerary/ Cost/ Information

Registration Form

 


PALLIUM PILGRIMAGE TO ITALY

with MOST REVEREND PAUL D. ETIENNE
ARCHBISHOP OF SEATTLE

JUNE 21 – JULY 2, 2020

 


ST. CATHERINE 2020 VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

For more information and to register for Vacation Bible School go to:

VBS Registration Form


Pope Francis establishes Third Sunday in Ordinary Time as "Sunday of the Word of God"

Pope Francis' Apostolic Letter, Motu proprio "Aperuit illis", published on 30 September, the feast of St. Jerome, establishes that "the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time is to be devoted to the celebration, study and dissemination of the Word of God". 

Visit the Vatican News website for more information

Vatican News website



 Project Rachel

Rachel's Vineyard Retreat

www.ccsww.org/projectrachel

 


For registration and more information, contact:
St. Anne House of Prayer
1305 1st Ave W, Seattle WA 98119 • 206-282-0223
 



 


 

 

Missions Office - Archdiocese of Seattle

Good News Newsletter

DIOCESAN EVENTS AND UPCOMING RETREATS

Important Dates

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Retreats

 


 

What is a retreat?

A retreat is a physical and spiritual pause from daily life. Although a retreat can be restful, it differs from a vacation in that its primary purpose is to grow deeper in relationship with God.

Why attend a retreat?

Retreats are an integral part of our Catholic faith. In fact, the Church encourages Catholics to make a retreat at least once per year. They provide a healthy opportunity to disconnect from the pressures of everyday life and reconnect with God.

What happens during a retreat?

Our weekend retreats begin with dinner on Friday evening and conclude with lunch on Sunday morning. The weekend typically includes presentations from the retreat leader and opportunities for Mass and confession, as well as ample free time for rest, prayer, and reflection. Reprinted with permission.

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