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Youth Center!

Did you get a bigger tax return than you expected? If so, please consider making a donation to the New Youth Activities Center! You can donate via the Church website: or Church office. All parishioners are encouraged to participate to make this building happen!

New Youth Activities Center

It’s happening! Demolition has begun to make way for our new Youth Activities Center!
We would love your help funding this amazing building! Check out the packet that came in your mailbox for ways to donate or pick one up in the church office.

Have you heard?!?!

St. Ann’s is building a new Youth Activities Center. Be on the lookout for the Open and See envelope that will be coming to your mailbox with all the details. It is an exciting time for our youth and our parish as we kick off our capital campaign to make this building a reality. If you don’t receive an envelope in the mail, packets will be available after Mass this weekend. “The teenager Jesus progressed steadily in wisdom and age and grace before God and everyone.” Luke 2:52

New Ways to Connect

In addition to our website, social media is becoming such a great way for St. Ann’s to connect and communicate with parishioners and the community around us. We are expanding our Social Media platforms and would love for you to follow us and check out our newest pages.

Facebook: St. Ann’s Catholic Church
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Do you sometimes forget your church envelopes or forget your checkbook? Why not make it easier on yourself and setup online or electronic giving of your tithe?  The church can now auto draft your account or you can set up online giving at without any worry of bringing your church envelopes or checkbook.  If you are interested in giving electronically, please call the Church Office and speak to Jessica.  (432)682-6303.


The Church desires that parents and godparents be well prepared to celebrate the baptism of an infant and to raise the child in the Catholic faith.  Therefore, here at St. Ann’s, we follow this procedure:

The parents should:
1. Schedule an appointment with one of the parish priests (682-6303). The purpose of the appointment is to reinforce the parents’ connection to the parish and to fill out the necessary papers for the baptism.

2. The parents and godparents attend one baptismal preparation class, usually on the second Sunday of the month. Information on the class will be given to you when you meet with a priest.  (A similar class can be attended at another parish; the parents or godparents should obtain a certificate from that instructor and present it to the priest at the baptism.)

3. Baptisms are usually celebrated at 1:00 p.m. on the Saturday after class. Other times may be scheduled by appointment with a priest or deacon.

4. After baptism, parents and godparents share the Catholic faith with the child throughout the child’s life.


A Safe Environment for Children and Young People

The Catholic Diocese of San Angelo is firmly committed to creating and maintaining the safest possible environment for our children and young people.  To report allegations of sexual abuse by church personnel, contact the Victim Assistance Coordinator, Lori Hines.  To ensure confidentiality in her outreach to victims, she can be contacted privately at (325)374-7609 (cell).  Alleged victims are advised of their right to report alleged abuse to civil authorities.