1021 W. State Street - Fremont, Ohio 43420 - 419-332-7472

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Our Liturgies:

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Saturday - 5:30 p.m.

Sunday - 8:30 a.m.


 

Pastoral Staff:

Pastor: Father Mike Zacharias

Emergency Phone 419-334-2638

fathermikez@yahoo.com

Associate Pastor:

Fr. Eric Mueller

Deacons: Jim Heyman

Tom Ackerman "Senior Status"

D.R.E. Sr. Janice Peer OSF/S

Parish Office: (419) 332-7472

Parish Email: stann_church@outlook.com



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Welcoming all to St. Ann Catholic Community.

St. Ann is a Roman Catholic Community located in Fremont, Ohio at 1021 West State Street. We are a warm and welcoming parish family of approximately 1689 members representing 554 households. As Sandusky County's first Catholic Church, St. Ann originally began as an Irish parish. Today, St. Ann has emerged as a diverse community with many nationalities represented at our Lord's Day Liturgies. We are members of the Bishop Hoffman School System which is a collaborative effort to ensure pre-k through 12th grade Catholic education for this area. At the core of St. Ann is the involvement of its members in the life of the parish community. There are many opportunities for each member to share their gifts and talents with the larger parish community. St. Ann Catholic Community is continually called to reverence its past, live out its present, and thoughtfully plan for its future. Thank you for visiting with us!


Our Mission Statement

We the Christian Community of Saint Ann Catholic Church, are blessed daily by the Gospel and presence of Jesus Christ. We welcome everyone and turn away no one in our efforts to provide and receive support and guidance ~ be it emotional, spiritual or material. St. Ann's is a community where hospitality and fellowship identify us as faithful disciples of the Lord.



 

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Calendar & Events

Holy Thursday, Mass
Holy Thursday, Mass at 7 p.m. followed by Agape Gathering in Bishop Hoffman Hall.
 
Good Friday & Easter Services
Good Friday, 12 noon Private Prayer, 1:15 p.m. Stations of the Cross, 2 p.m. Lord's Passion and Holy Communion Holy Saturday, Easter Vigil at 8 p.m. Easter Sunday Masses 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. .

 

April 12, 2015 Pancake Breakfast

April 12, 2015 - St Ann's Annual Pancake Breakfast from 8 a.m. to 12 noon. Adults $7 and children under 10 $5.00 - All You Can Eat!

 

May 17, 2015 Family Breakfast
May 17th the will be a Family Breakfast at Bishop Hoffman Hall beginning at 8 a.m.

 

June 6, 2015 Appreciation Dinner
June 6th Volunteer Appreciation Dinner at St. Ann's for all volunteers. More details later.

 

August 1, 2015 Parish Picnic
August 1, 2015 St. Ann's Parish Picnic at the Mercer Homestead begins with 5:30 p.m. Mass

 

September 21-28, 2015
September 21-28, 2015 join Bishop Thomas on a Pilgrimage to the World Meeting of Families.  See the Diocese of Toledo website for all the details.

 

Call to Action
The following websites are for access to information regarding the latest Federal Health and Human Services mandate regarding health care coverage for religious institutions on reproductive services. These mandates are also directed against the First Amendment Right of Freedom of Religion. Please go to the website links listed below for more information and the bishop's response and actions being asked of the Catholic Community.

Below are the links for the bishops' offices that may be found for any issues the bishops are addressing:

www.toledodiocese.org
(Toledo Diocesan Site)

www.usccb.org
(United States Catholic Conference of Bishops site)

www.ohiocathconf.org
(Ohio Catholic Conference of Bishops site.)

Also if you click on the Justice, Peace and Human Development tab at the bottom of the USCCB homepage you will find many resources on the background of this issue and other justice issues the bishops are addressing at this time.

 


Homebound Parishioners
The Social Concerns Committee of St. Ann Parish has been working to locate those parishioners who are confined to their homes or residing in nursing homes. If you, a family member, or friend is homebound or in a healthcare facility, and would like to be on our list to schedule a visit and receive Communion call Rita Schroeder at 567-201-9907 or Carol Miller at 419-334-8395. Any information we receive will be given to the parish staff and will be confidential.
 

 

 

 
 



Our Core Values....

  • Gospel Justice

  • Inclusivity

  • Human Dignity

  • Hope

  • Compassion