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Father George Memorial Celebration

T_georgeOn Sunday August 24 the 11:00 Mass was celebrated in recognition of the first anniversary of the passing of our beloved former pastor Father George Dufour.
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Landscaping Thank You!

T_landOur thanks go out to three of our parishioners, Peggy Milnes, Alma Pelletier, and Annette Pezzulo who spent all day Friday the 22nd raking, weeding, and pruning to make the church look nice for
father George's Memorial Mass. What a wonderful example of our belief that "We Are Family"
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Ste. Anne's Doughraiser at Uno's

UnoUno's will once again be holding a "Doughraiser" to benefit Sainte Anne's Holiday Bazaar. Up to 20% of each check from a customer presenting the attached coupon on Saturday September 27, 2014 will be donated to our Bazaar. Coupon is good for dine-in or for take out. The participating Uno's is located at 970 Paradise Road, Swampscott, Ma. 01907.
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Sainte Anne's and the Salem Collaborative

thumb_churchThis past weekend, August 16 and 17, Father Dan Riley announced that the Archdiocese of Boston has determined that a four parish collaborative is not viable and therefore the Salem Collaborative will be reduced to three parishes, Immaculate Conception, St. James, and St. John the Baptist.
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August 2014 500 Club Winners

thumb_numbersHere are the winners for Ste Anne's 500 Club August 2014 drawings
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Let the Bells Ring Out

t_bellAs you may know we are hoping to replace the Carillon system (steeple bells) in time for Father George's 75th birthday the weekend of October 11 - 12. In order to have the new system delivered and installed in time for that weekend we need to place the order by August 27th. The total cost will be approximately  $10,000 and the closer we can get to that amount prior to placing the order the less we may have to pay in interest later.

We have been asked why spend money on new bells when there is other work that could be done and the simple answer is "Evangelization". As Catholics we are all called to evangelize and what better way to call people to the church than with beautiful sound of church bells calling out from the steeple.

The bells of a church are like it's voice and ours has been silent for too long. Please help us give our beautiful church it's voice back!
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Father George's Patriots Bottle Raffle

thumb_patriotsbottleWE NEED YOUR HELP!

We need your help in filling the Father George's Patriots Bottle Bank with coins for this year's Bazaar. There will be a multi-colored box at the rear of the church for your donations of coins or bills. The contents of the bottle will be raffled at the Bazaar.
(The bottle is kept and refilled to be raffled again each year) The more you donate, the better the prize you might win!
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Sainte Anne's Grotto

t_eagleThe grotto between Sainte Anne's Convent and school on Cleveland Street is being fixed by one of our Scouts from Troop 83:
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Thanks and Merci!

thumb_fleurdelysThank you and Merci to Jarred Robinson (Troop 83) for the great work done replacing the signs frames in front of our church as his Eagle Scout Project.


Sunday Masses
Sat 4pm,
Sun 8:30am,11am
  ***6:30 Mass has been moved to Immaculate Conception***   

Daily Masses
Mon-Fri 9am

Holy Day Masses
Eve 6pm. Holy Day 9am

Sat 3:15-3:45pm or by appt

Rosary Group
Tues. 6:30pm in the Chapel

Arrange 8 months in advance

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Altar Servers

If there are any boys and girls who have made their First Holy Communion and are interested in becoming Altar Servers, please contact Marion Blanchette at, or leave a message at the rectory.

Eucharistic Ministers

There is a need for additional Eucharistic Ministers.  If you are able to help with this ministry, please call the rectory at 978-744-1930.


Our meetings are held Sundays at 9:30 am in the Rectory.  Please join us if you are interested in learning about the RCIA process. Please consider inviting a friend or relative who is not Catholic to join the Church.  For more information, call the Rectory at (978) 744-1930.


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Rosary Group

Bazaar Volunteers
Ste. Anne's has a new Rosary Group devoted to praying the rosary weekly in church for the special intentions of our church, community and the world.
You are welcome to join the rosary group any Tuesday evening in the chapel at 6:30 pm to pray the rosary.  We hope to see many of you there.
Ste. Anne's has a new Rosary Group devoted to praying the rosary weekly in church for the special intentions of our church, community and the world.
You are welcome to join the rosary group any Tuesday evening in the chapel at 6:30 pm to pray the rosary.  We hope to see many of you there.

Prayer to Ste Anne

O good Sainte Anne, when our valiant forefathers were numerous enough to form a congregation they chose you, the Grandmother of Jesus, as the patroness of this parish.  At the cost of great sacrifices, they built this grand House of God as their place of worship.  Down through the years, this Body of Christ which is Sainte Anne's, has won acclaim for its many outstanding achievements for God and country. Read more...

Cardinal O'Malley

Cardinal O'MalleyTake advantage of this new opportunity to receive a "Weekly Email from Cardinal Seán & The Pilot" that will include special messages from Cardinal Seán, content from Cardinal Seán's Blog, official press releases from the Archdiocese, and links to current stories from The Pilot, new programs from CatholicTV, resources for Mass & Prayer, a calendar of upcoming events around the Archdiocese and other helpful information to deepen Catholic faith life.

About Us

Sainte Anne Roman Catholic Church is located in the Castle Hill neighborhood of South Salem, Massachusetts, USA. Established as a French parish in 1901, it now consists of almost one thousand diverse catholic families. Sainte Anne's is a faith community that strives to live up to the motto, "We are Family".  This motto has served to unify its people in their efforts to be welcoming and loving. As eucharistic people, we reach out to all to be consubstantial with Jesus Christ.  We invite all to share with us, and, the universal Roman Catholic Church within the Archdiocese of Boston, a life of service and devotion.  For the greater honor and glory of God.    Read more...


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