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Sunday Obligation Mass Times
Saturday: 5:00 pm
Sunday: 8:30 am, 11:00 am, and
6:00 pm (en Español)

Daily Services
Mass: Monday thru Saturday: 8:00 am


New Bishop for Diocese of Nashville

Appointment of bishop of Nashville, United States of America

The Holy Father has appointed as bishop of Nashville, United States of America, Msgr. J. Mark Spalding, of the clergy of the archdiocese of Louisville, currently vicar general and pastor of the “Holy Trinity Parish” and the “Holy Name Parish” in Louisville.

Msgr. J. Mark Spalding

Msgr. J. Mark Spalding was born on 13 January 1965 in Lebanon, Kentucky, in the archdiocese of Louisville. After attending Bethlehem High School in Bardstown (1979 to 1983), he carried out his studies in philosophy at the “Saint Meinrad College Seminary” in Saint Meinrad, Indiana (1983-1987), and in theology at the “American College” Seminary in Leuven, Belgium (1987-1991), obtaining a licentiate in canon law from the Catholic University of Leuven (1992).

He was ordained a priest on 3 August 1991 for the archdiocese of Louisville.

Since priestly ordination he has held the following offices: parish vicar of the “Saint Joseph Proto-Cathedral Parish” in Bardstown (1992-1996), of the “Saint Augustine Parish” in Lebanon (1996-1998), and of the “Saint Margaret Mary Parish” in Louisville (1998-1999); judicial vicar (1998-2011); pastor of the “Immaculate Conception Parish” in LaGrange (1999-2011), of the “Holy Trinity Parish” (since 2011) and the “Holy Name Parish” (since 2016) in Louisville, and vicar general (2011-2017). Since 1998 he has been a member of the presbyteral council and the college of consultors.

RCIA Classes

The RCIA session on the Sacrament of Confirmation scheduled tonight, Tuesday, January 16, 2018, is cancelled due to wintery weather and expected poor driving conditions throughout the day and evening.  Our Confirmation session will be rescheduled.

We will continue our RCIA calendar with the scheduled 8:30 AM Mass Dismissal and Reflections next Sunday, January 21, which, as you should be aware, is Saint Anns Welcome Sunday after the 8:30 AM Mass for 30 new families joining our community.  All are welcome.
If you wish to review and prepare for the Mass readings and reflections for next Sunday, January 21, kindly read John 3:1-5, 10, Ps 25:4-5, 6-7, 8-9/1 and Cor 7:29-31/Mk 1:14-20.
Have a safe and warm snowy day and evening.  Continued blessings to you and your family.

Welcome Sunday

Welcome Sunday is a wonderful tradition in our faith community.  Parishioners look forward to praying with and for all the newly registered parishioners at Saint Ann Catholic Church.

Welcome Sunday will be celebrated during the 8:30am Mass on Sunday, January 21.  We invite all newly registered to process up with Father and sit in the front rows of the Church.  During Mass, Father will ask the newly registered to stand and receive a special blessing.  After Mass, the Hospitality Committee hosts a small reception in Breen Hall for fellowship.

Please contact Kelly at or 615-277-9663 with questions or to RSVP.  Your RSVP is important as we want to ensure we reserve enough seats in Mass for you and we hope to offer you a small gift during the blessing.  

Financial Fitness

Are you interested in Financial Fitness?

Please join parishioner, Alicia Sikoa on Saturday, February 3 and 10, 10am to 1pm, in the Knights of Columbus room for 47 Principles of Financial Fitness.  Participation is free but program materials can be purchased to get the greatest benefit. 

For more information about the program, to order materials, and/or to RSVP, please contact
The deadline for ordering materials is January 21st.

Please email if you need childcare to attend.

Want to learn more before RSVPing, please click here to view a short video.


Join the Parish Office

Opening for Saint Ann Catholic Church office Administrative Assistant—Saint Ann Catholic Church is looking to add a part-time Administrative Assistant to the office staff. Please see the job description for additional details.  Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to the


Breakfast with St. Nick

Saints Presentations

Trunk or Treat

Prayer Requests

The power of prayer can be miraculous!  The power of prayer can be life sustaining!  The power of prayer is limitless!

Saint Ann Catholic Church Prayer Warriors are ready and willing to pray for your intentions.  The Prayer Warriors offer the community their commitment of a personal prayer for all those in need when they need it.  If you have an urgent or an ongoing prayer request, please email Kelly Braniff at with your request.

Online Giving

We are pleased to inform you that Saint Ann Catholic Church now has a solution to make donating simple and easy, while at the same time keeping the process safe and secure. Online Giving will be available for parishioners who would like to make online donations to our weekly offerings, as well as other parish collections. We are utilizing this technology for the well-being and growth of our parish community.

You can set up a recurring weekly or monthly payment, allocate different amounts for our different collections, and view complete, accurate financial records at any time. Those who wish to continue to use traditional methods of offering may do so, however, we ask that you prayerfully consider Online Giving.

If you would like to sign up, please go to the website Support Us link or click here. If you have any questions about the program or about setting up your account, please don't hesitate to contact us.  Thank you.

Minister Schedule

Saint Ann Catholic Church is grateful to all the wonderful parishioners who volunteer to serve during the Mass.  We appreciate your time and dedication to the Church.  For your convenience, please click here to view the current Liturgical Minister Schedule for Lectors, Eucharistic Ministers, and Altar Servers. To view the Sacristan schedule, please the dates:  December 2017-February 2018.


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