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RECONCILATION: The final opportunity to celebrate this sacrament of Love, Mercy and Invitation is from 5-6 p.m. Wednesday. During renovation Reconciliation is celebrated in the Parish Library. Here is a link to a guide to the sacrament and examination of conscience.
BRING YOUR RICE BOWL to Mass on Holy Thursday or anytime during the Easter season. They will be collected in baskets in the Gathering Space.
You can also
contribute online.
Couples are invited participate in an online marriage retreat. Shannon and Eric Evans will guide couples during Holy Week to consider how God is working in your relationship. It is offered by the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States. Click here to get more information.
Abbot John Classon of St. John Abbey reflects upon the crucifixion and resurrection in this final installment of a Lenten series. 

SIGNS OF PEACE: Catholic writer Eric Clayton offers an essay for Holy Week based upon the spiritual exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola. A young father and husband, he is also the author of the recently published Cannonball Moments.
Bishop Callahan presided at the Diocese of La Crosse Chrism Mass on Tuesday morning. During that Mass he consecrated and blessed the holy oils that will be presented during Mass on Holy Thursday.
TRIDUUM LIVESTREAMS: Worship in-person is always best, but if you unable to be present for the liturgies of the Great Three Days, links to the livestReams can be found below. You can participate as they are offered live, or anytime after.
HOLY THURSDAY: Mass of the Lord's Supper, 6:30 p.m. 
Here's a worship aid to help you participate.
GOOD FRIDAY: Celebration of the Lord's Passion, 12:15 p.m. 
Here's a worship aid to help you participate.
EASTER SUNDAY: Mass at 8:30 a.m. 
Here's a worship aid to help you participate.
Going forward, the Lord's Day livestream will be offered at 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Parish worship and ministries depend upon the generosity of ALL parishioners. And, it couldn't be easier to make a contribution. Scheduling an ongoing contribution or making a one-time donation - is just a click away. Thanks to all who share generously with the parish.
If you've ever wondered whether your contribution to the Diocesan Annual Appeal accomplishes anything important, read Fr. Tom's bulletin column from last week. You're contribution, whatever the amount, helps such stories to continue. You can contribute online via the link below, or by writing a check to "St. Anne Parish" with DAA in the memo line.

Click on the image to learn more about the 2021-22 Diocesan Annual Appeal and to make your contribution.
Watch for more details coming soon

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