Parish News

The Parish Office will be closed Friday, May 26 and Monday, May 29th.

Each week we will upload a Kids Bulletin – see above under the Formation Tab/Weekly Kids Bulletin

ADULT FAITH FORMATION – check out a new class starting Tuesdays in May, information under the Formation Tab/Adult Formation above. These classes will draw from the book, SIMPLE PRAYER by John Dalrymple and Regina’s training in Ignatian Spirituality. We will learn how to engage various methods of praying, such as breath prayer, contemplative prayer, and praying with Scripture. If you desire to more fully experience the presence of Jesus in your personal prayer, this class is for you! Please register for the class by May 5th by emailing Regina at [email protected] or calling the Faith FormaƟon Office at St. Anne Church at 724-872-3486. Classes will be held at 10:00 AM and 6:30 PM. Please register for one or the other, but you may switch between morning and evening as the need arises. A copy of the book will be provided at the first class.

THEOLOGY ON TAP is back! – Young adults aged 21-35 are invited to an evening of faith-filled discussion at Bloom Brew on May 31 from 6:30 – 8:00 pm. This initial start-up session will help determine the future times and dates, theme and place for the ministry. Faith Formation director Regina Hopewell will be present to kick off the event to get us started. Call Regina at 724-872-3486 or text at 719-235-3257 for questions or to RSVP.

Summer Faith Fun Nights
The kids and volunteers will be dressing in costume acting out the stories of the Bible with “Jesus” as our narrator. They will be constructing a huge mural timeline to be displayed in the church. Songs and Snacks too! JESUS LOVES US!
Act 1: Jesus lives in the Old Testament
Act 2: Jesus Walks on Earth within The Gospels
Act 3: Jesus lives in His Body in Acts thru Revelations
God’s Big Story in three acts
JUNE 26 / JULY 24 / AUGUST 14 6:00-8:30 PM
Registration for kids and volunteers coming soon.

RAVIOLI SALE – Call the office Meat or Cheese Raviolis $12/dozen, Meatballs $7/half dozen and Sauce is $7/quart.

CLEARANCES – Time to Update Your Clearances You may have received a letter about your need to update or obtain clearances, or you may be thinking about volunteering in some capacity in the next year. Anyone who volunteers at the church in any capacity must have current clearances on file in the faith formation office. All of the information is available on the Diocese of Greensburg website, or can be obtained at the church office. Call Faith Formation Director Regina Hopewell at 724-872-3486 or email at [email protected] for forms or to help with your questions. Thank you so much for your cooperation

NEW PHOTO GALLERIES have been added …click on Media Tab/Photo Gallery.

INTERESTED IN BEING AN ADULT ALTAR SERVER? – our Parish is looking to add some adult Altar Servers to help with primarily holy day liturgies and funerals. If you are available during the day (funerals) and would be able to help on holy days, please consider this important ministry. More to follow after Easter.

EUCHARISTIC REVIVAL – Each month throughout 2023, Bishop Kulick issues “Faithful Challenges” as part of the National Eucharistic Revival. Accept Bishop Kulick’s May Faithful Challenge to serve the poor. Consider becoming a volunteer with or donating to Catholic Charities of the Diocese Greensburg. Last year, Catholic Charities provided nearly $400,000 in material assistance to those in need. Visit to learn more!

Visit the Eucharistic Revival resource page at for videos, prayers and gathering dates.

ONLINE GIVING – If you prefer to make weekly offerings and special collection contributions online, click on the GIVING tab above. Log in or create an account. Any questions, contact the office. Thank you!

EUCHARIST FOR THE HOMEBOUND – If you are aware of a homebound parishioner that would like to receive the Eucharist, please contact the office.

RCIA – If you are someone you know wants to learn more about the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults(RCIA) , contact Angela Ehrardt at [email protected] See more information under the Formation tab above.

CHILD PROTECTION ACT–Because of our support of the Child Protection Act, it is recommended that a parent always accompany their child to the restroom downstairs in the Social Hall.

LITURGY OF THE WORD FOR CHILDREN–During the 11:00 a.m. Mass on Sundays, Liturgy of the Word for Children is held. A liturgical experience about breaking open the Word of God for little people ages 5-11, the children are gathered so they can be helped to better understand the Word of God. They are sent in a group with their leaders before the Readings and return to the congregation after the Creed. No sign-up is necessary.

FUNERAL EULOGIES (Family Remarks)–Please select the Sacraments tab and select Funeral Eulogies.

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Upcoming Events

  • May 29, 2023, 8:00 am: Memorial Day Mass
  • June 4, 2023, 8:00 am: Graduation Mass - St Anne Church
  • June 26, 2023, 6:00 pm: Summer Faith Fun Nights
  • July 19, 2023, 12:00 pm: Blood Drive, July 19, 2023
  • July 23, 2023, 12:00 pm: St Anne Picnic

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Respect Life Resources

Save the Date!

The National Right to Life Convention is coming to Pittsburgh on June 23-24. 2023. Early registration is now open for adults, seniors, and students. Join us on the first anniversary of the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and learn about what has changed, what hasn’t, and what you can do about it! Click HERE for more details!

  • Pro-Life Emergency Contact Information:
  • Emergency PILL REVERSAL 877-558-0333
  • Pro-Life Resource Centers:  24/7 NATIONAL LINK TO HELP:
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline   1-800-273-8255

Diocesan News

EUCHARISTIC REVIVAL – Each month throughout 2023, Bishop Kulick issues “Faithful Challenges” as part of the National Eucharistic Revival. Eucharistic Revival is a three-year process initiated by the USCCB to invite the faithful to reflect upon the mystery and meaning of the sacrament of the Eucharist in our lives. You are invited to participate in a Faithful Challenge every Thursday, and hopefully you will feel yourself growing in a relationship with Christ. Consider Bishop Kulick’s invitation to become an intentional disciple this year! Bishop Kulick’s May Faithful Challenge is to serve the poor and spend time in prayer to the Holy Mother. From the very beginning, the Gospel’s tell the story of Mary, a person who embraces both material and spiritual poverty. We can pray to the Holy Mother for a National Eucharistic Revival!

Next edition of The Catholic Accent to air on WPXI this month

Intentional Disciples, those who love and care for others with a purpose, are featured on the next edition of “The Catholic Accent” television program airing on WPXI, Channel 11, on Sunday, May 14, at 11:30 a.m. The program will also air on Sunday, May 21, and a half dozen more times on MeTV. Join Bishop Larry J. Kulick as he discusses the call of intentional discipleship locally and its role in the National Eucharistic Revival.

More than 1,000 people in one day visited Christ Our Shepherd Center in Greensburg to participate in a one-of-a-kind immersive experience. “The Catholic Accent” highlights other unique events in store for our faith community.

And, “The Catholic Accent” helps you plan your summer by featuring the upcoming festivals scheduled at parishes across the Diocese, including a special international food festival. “The Catholic Accent” is always on at

QUO VADIS DAYS CAMP – Attention all Catholic young men entering grades 9-12! Do you know where your life is going? The Lord Jesus has a great plan for you! You are invited to attend the Quo Vadis Days Camp to spend time with other young men your age who are open to God’s call in their life. QVD will be led by the seminarians of the Dioceses of Greensburg and is supported by the Office for Priestly Vocations. This camp will be held July 23 to 26 at Christ Our Shepherd Center, Greensburg. If you are interested, please visit for more information and registration.

Other Happenings Around the Diocese

MEDJUGORE PILGRIMAGE – Experience the message of peace and conversion in this “Oasis of Peace” On
September 11-25, 2023 join Spiritual Director Rev. Thomas Gillespie on a pilgrimage to Medjugore. For more information and details contact Mary’s Travel Ministry at (412) 563-3857.

For additional news around the diocese, click on this link

Diocesan Bulletin Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTOFFICE FOR PRIESTLY VOCATIONS – With joy and thanksgiving to God, the Diocese of Greensburg announces that Bishop Larry J. Kulick, JCL, has called Deacon Andrew J. Hamilton to the responsibility of the Presbyterate, and Misters Craig Alexander, David M. Slusarick, and John Torres to the responsibility of the Diaconate. The priesthood ordination will be celebrated on June 3, 2023, and the diaconate ordination on May 20, 2023. Both liturgies will begin at 10:00 AM in Blessed Sacrament Cathedral in Greensburg, Pennsylvania


*Breaking news!* We’re accepting U.S. internship applications for Fall 2023! These are remote positions, so you don’t have to live in a specific state. Visit and type “intern” into the search bar for a list of opportunities. The application deadline is 5/30/23. Live out your Catholic faith and help those in need!

CRS’ internships offer opportunities to learn about international relief and development from sector experts. Interns work with our technical teams (health, agriculture, education, emergency response, etc.) as well as our core operations teams (human resources, finance, marketing, communications, logistics, and information technology). Internships at CRS HQ are diverse in scope and nature.  Live out your Catholic faith and help those in need!

Catholic Schools News

Millions in Catholic school tuition assistance available SPREAD THE NEWS! The 12 Diocese of Greensburg Catholic schools now have millions of dollars in tuition assistance available! Become a TOP Student today. Visit or call 724-552-2565.

Top Student program extended to higher education at Franciscan University . Because of the continued generosity of an anonymous donor, Catholic high school students in the Diocese of Greensburg, or those attending Catholic high schools in Western Pennsylvania, could receive priority for tuition assistance, regardless of income, if they choose to attend Franciscan University of Steubenville. This new initiative is funded by the same anonymous donor who funded the TOP Student program in the Diocese of Greensburg. To date, the TOP Student program has provided tuition assistance to 800 families in Catholic schools across the four counties of the Diocese and has helped to increase enrollment in Diocesan Catholic schools by 20% in just two years; that is one of the largest Catholic school enrollment increases in North America. For information, visit, call 800-783-6220 or email [email protected]

Help for Ukraine
Bishop Larry J. Kulick asks the faithful of the Diocese of Greensburg to assist Ukraine and its people by praying for them as this tragic conflict unfolds. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has released a list of reputable Catholic agencies collecting donations to aid people as they flee to escape Russian bombing and shelling. Visit to learn more about Catholic Relief Services, Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy, Catholic Near East Welfare Association, Aid to Church in Need, Knights of Columbus Ukraine Solidarity Fund, Jesuit Refugee Service and International Catholic Migration Commission, among others.

Photo Galleries and Facebook Page

All photo galleries are found under the Media tab above.

To view any of the Youth Activity Videos, select Youth Activity Videos under the Media tab above.

To View the St. Anne’s Facebook Page click on the Picture below:

Important Announcements


We have become aware of parishioners who have been receiving phone calls, Emails or text messages pretending to be from clergy or individuals and requesting gift cards or cash be sent to them. If you receive any sort of message who is asking for money or goods, be sure to verify the identity of the person calling you. It is possible for someone to make a call or text message/Email appear to come from a number that you know even if it is coming from a totally different place. There is no way to prevent this activity but want to make you aware so that no one falls victim.

2022 Annual Report

Clergy, Mass and Confession Times

Pastor – Father David J. Nazimek
Weekend Assistant – Fr. Richard J. Zelik, OFM, Cap

Saturday: 4:30 p.m.
Sunday: 8:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.

Monday and Thursday at 8:00 A.M.

First Friday Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
7:00 a.m. until 8:00 a.m.

First Friday Mass
8:00 a.m.

Holy Day Vigil
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Saturdays at 3:30 p.m.