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 Saint Anne's R.C. Church

88 Second Ave, Brentwood NY  11717
Telephone: 631-273-8113   •   Fax: 631-436-7914

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Monday - Friday: 12:00 Noon and 5:00 PM* (English) 
Wednesday: 7:30 PM (French Creole) 
Thursday: 7:00 PM (Spanish) 
Saturday Morning Daily Mass: 9:00 AM (English)
Saturday: 5:00 PM (English), 7:00 PM (Spanish) 
Sunday: 7:30 AM (English), 9:00 AM (Spanish), 11:00 AM (English), 12:30 PM (French Creole), 3:00 PM (Spanish), 5:00 PM (English), 6:00 PM (Spanish)

Daily:  Monday – Friday 4:30 PM* 
Saturdays:  4:00 - 4:45 PM

* new time as of 10/19/20

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Video links to this important announcement from Bishop Barres:

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Information regarding the deadlines for filing proofs of claim in the Diocese’s chapter 11 case and the forms to use can be found by clicking on the following link to the Diocese’s bankruptcy website and scrolling down the page:

 (La versión en español sigue al inglés)

Dear Families,

In this Sunday’s Gospel the people follow Jesus because He had given them bread.  Jesus teaches them that what they really needed was not just food, but the food that God would give them.  That food is Jesus Himself, the Bread of Life!  When we celebrate Holy Communion, we receive Jesus Himself.  Let’s remember that He is the Bread of Life.  God provides for all our physical and spiritual needs.

As a family watch video in its entirety and ask each other these questions.

Why does Jesus tell us that if we eat the bread he gives us, we will never be hungry?  What does this mean?

Family Prayer:  Lord, you gave us everything you had:  Your life, your Body and your Blood.  Teach us to give everything we have to you.  Amen


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August 1, 2021 -  18th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Dear Sisters and Brothers,

     In last Sunday’s gospel Jesus fed the multitude of people by multiplying bread and fish. It was a great miracle foretelling us about the upcoming miracle of the Eucharist. Jesus calls it his true food. The food that lasts forever, the bread that comes from heaven. Here comes the question, do we really get it when Jesus says forever? Doesn’t it easily skip our perception as to the extent of it? Forever means: today, tomorrow and always. Isn’t it fantastic? Great? Incredible? Our mind may perceive it, but our body is slow to capture it, because it means living it hour after hour until we get there. And so we say: “I believe it when I see it”, as Deacon John mentioned last Sunday.

8/1/2021 -Decimo Octavo Domingo de Tiempo Ordinario

 Queridas Hermanas y Hermanos:

   En el Evangelio del Domingo pasado, Jesus alimento a la multitud de personas multiplicando el pan y el pescado. Fue un gran milagro prediciendo sobre el proximo milagro de la Eucaristia. Jesus lo llama su verdadero alimento. La comida que dura para siempre, el pan que viene del cielo. Aquí viene la pregunta, ¿realmente lo entendemos cuando Jesus dice para siempre? ¿No se salta fácilmente nuestra percepción en cuanto a su alcance? Siempre significa: hoy, mañana y siempre. ¿No es fantástico? ¿Genial? ¿Increible? Nuestra mente puede percibirlo, pero nuestro cuerpo tarda en captarlo, porque significa vivirlo hora tras hora hasta que lleguemos allí. Y entonces decimos: “Lo creo cuando lo veo”, como el Diacono John menciono el Domingo pasado.

Announcements August 1, 2021

  1. We have adoration this coming Thursday night from 8 to 11:00pm in Spanish and 11:00pm to midnight in English. All of you are invited to spend time with the Lord and enjoy his many blessings.

  2. St. Anne’s Youth group will have a trip to Splish Splash on August 20th, find the information/authorization form in the bulletin fill it up and bring it to the Youth Group on Friday, no later than August 13.

  3. On August 29th we will have a Divine Mercy retreat, from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm All are invited to know more about the Mercy of the Lord.

  4. Anyone interested in learning English as a second Language or to read in Spanish, register in the Parish Office. Classes will start in September

  5. We want to thank all who helped to prepare and to serve at the feast of St. Ann and St. Joachim last Sunday. It was a good time together, Masses, prayers, enjoying people, company, good food and games.

ANUNCIOS agosto 1, 2021 18 OT

  1. Tenemos adoración al Santísimo el jueves de 8 a 11 de la noche en español y de 11 a medianoche en inglés. Todos están invitados a pasar tiempo con el Señor y disfrutar de sus bendiciones.

  2. El grupo juvenil de Santa Ana tiene un viaje a Splish Splash el 20 de agosto. Encontraran la información/hoja de autorización en el boletín para que la llenen y la traigan al grupo juvenil el viernes, a más tardar el 13 de agosto.

  3. El 29 de agosto tendremos un retiro de la divina misericordia de 8 a.m. a 3 p.m. Todos están invitados a conocer mas sobre la misericordia de Dios.

  4. Los interesados en aprender ingles como segundo idioma o aprender a leer en español se pueden registrar en la oficina parroquial. Las clases comienzan en septiembre.

  5. Deseamos agradecer a todos los que ayudaron a preparar y servir en la fiesta de Santa Ana y San Joaquín el domingo pasado. Pasamos un tiempo muy bonito juntos en las misas, las oraciones, disfrutando de la compañía de todos, con alimentos deliciosos y juegos.

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Background Screening Update

The Office for the Protection of Children and Young People:

The Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People (The Charter) promulgated by the Bishops of the United States in 2002 outlines specific practices and guidelines providing standards of safety in parishes and dioceses throughout the United States. As directed in The Charter, the Diocese of Rockville Centre requires all employees, clergy, and volunteers to complete three requirements within thirty days of employment or volunteering:

  1. Attend Protecting God’s Children Program (Virtus)
  2. Sign the Codes of Conduct;
  3. Complete a background screen application. The Diocese requires all those who remain in active ministry be rescreened at 5 yr. intervals. volunteers/employees.


The 'Equality Act' discriminates against people of faith and threatens unborn life.

Tell Congress you oppose it!
Everyone deserves to be treated with respect and dignity. The so-called Equality Act, which is being voted on in the U.S. House of Representatives soon, in many ways does the opposite and needs to be opposed. Instead of respecting differences in beliefs about marriage and sexuality, the Equality Act would discriminate against people of faith. 
The Equality Act would: punish faith-based organizations, such as charities and schools who serve everyone in their communities, simply because of their beliefs; force girls and women to compete against boys and men for limited opportunities in sports, and to share locker rooms and shower spaces with biological males who identify as women; risk mandating taxpayers to fund abortions; force people in everyday life, and especially health care workers, to support gender transition; and expand what the government considers a “public” place, forcing even some parish halls to host functions that conflict with Catholic beliefs.