EXPERIENCE ST. ANNE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH OF FAYETTE
ST. ANNE'S CATHOLIC CHURCH OF FAYETTE
A Beautiful History Serving our Savior
St. Anne's of Fayette was established in 1950 as a new parish under the direction of members from the St. Joseph Parish of Port Gibson, Mississippi. Founder and Father Athanasius Goode, successor of the late Father Lynch, was succeeded a lot of land that he utilized along with financial contributions of the Tully Family to build the profound New Parish. This New Parish developed into what we hail today as St. Anne's Catholic Church. St. Anne's Catholic Church was dedicated to St. Anne, the mother of the Blessed Virgin, in memory of Anna Tully, John Tully's mother, by Bishop Richard Gerow on December 10, 1950. It has served its members in a philosophical capacity sharing strong connections and messages that bring together members and supporters through the divine spirit of Christ.
If you would like to review or share information about the many years of history that have influenced the development of St. Anne, there is a printable link with a complete account of our church's history linked below.
BUILDING STRONG CONNECTIONS
Father George- Bede Ajuruchi serves as the reverend for St.Anne's Catholic Church, Holy Family Catholic Church, and St. John the Baptist Mission in Cranfield. He exudes a welcoming aura that is highly appreciated amongst the members of his respective churches. He has served numerous years in the role of pastor and has gained an exceptional review from his congregational following. He extends best wishes and openly invites anyone to share in praise of Christ.
Sunday: 11:00 am,
Wednesday 6:00 P.M.
Thursday 10:00 A.M.
Confessions: Are heard 30 minutes before each Mass or by appointment.
Bible study: Every Wednesday following 6:00 Mass
St. Anne's Catholic Church has a youth choir which meets for scheduled rehearsals. If you feel you have the joy of song or musicianship in your heart and would be interested in joining us you are welcome to contact the help desk following a session.
Baptisms- Parents should have infants baptized as soon as possible after birth. Parents are asked to register for preparation class by calling the rectory. Parents and Godparents will then attend a class in preparation for the celebration of sacraments.
Marriages- Couples thinking about marriage should contact the parish priest prior to engagement or at least 6 months prior to the anticipated wedding date. The church desires to help couples prepare a good foundation for a lifelong commitment to this scared marriage vocation. All Catholics are bound to observe the Laws of the Church concerning marriage.
Funeral Arrangements- Should be made at the rectory before deciding with the funeral director.
Sick and Shut In- If you are sick or shut in and are not visited at least monthly by the priest or extraordinary minister of Eucharist, please call the rectory also, if a loved one or parishioner is admitted in the hospital or nursing home.
Registration for Parish Membership- If you are new to the Parish and have not yet registered, please either fill out a registration form at the church door or call the rectory at 601-445-5700.
RCIA CLASS- Instruction classes in the Catholic faith- If you know of someone who wishes to become Catholic or wants to learn more about the Catholic faith, or any adult Catholic who had not yet receive the Sacraments of Eucharist, Reconciliation or Confirmation, please contact the rectory.
"Where there is Christ Jesus there is the Catholic Church."
St. Ignatius of Antioch
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