Saint Anne's R.C. Church

88 Second Ave, Brentwood NY  11717
Telephone: 631-273-8113   •   Fax: 631-436-7914

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Monday - Friday: 12:00 Noon and 5:00 PM* (English) 
Wednesday: 7:30 PM (French Creole) 
Thursday: 7:00 PM (Spanish) 
Saturday Morning Daily Mass: 9:00 AM (English)
Saturday: 5:00 PM (English), 7:00 PM (Spanish) 
Sunday: 7:30 AM (English), 9:00 AM (Spanish), 11:00 AM (English), 12:30 PM (French Creole), 3:00 PM (Spanish), 5:00 PM (English), 6:00 PM (Spanish)

Daily:  Monday – Friday 4:30 PM* 
Saturdays:  4:00 - 4:45 PM

* new time as of 10/19/20

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4/2/23 - Palm/Passion Sunday - Cycle A

Dear Families,

In this week’s Gospel, we begin with Jesus triumphant entrance into Jerusalem and the crowds of people welcoming him waving palm branches.  Then the Gospel moves us from triumph to tragedy.  It tells us about Jesus’ suffering and Death.  We also learn about Judas’s betrayal, Peter’s denial, and a soldier’s faith.


These events of Jesus’ Passion will be proclaimed again when we remember Jesus’ final days at Mass on Holy Thursday the Lord’s Last Supper, Good Friday the Passion of the Lord, and the Easter Vigil.  As we journey into the heart of our Christian faith, let’s remember “For God loved the world so much that he gave his only son, so that everyone who believes in him may not die but have eternal life.” (John 3:16).


As a family watch video in its entirety then ask each other these questions.
Why does Jesus pour out his life for us?  As a family what events will we participate in during Holy Week?


Family Prayer:  Dear Lord, may we have the same mind and the same love you have for us.  Help us to be selfless like you as we put other people’s needs before our own.  Amen.



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March 26, 2023- 5th Sunday of Lent

Dear Sisters and Brothers,

   Lent seems to be long for forty days, but it passes very fast when we stay busy with daily preparation for Jesus Resurrection. Next week we will celebrate Palm Sunday, and the following weekend is Easter. Our Lenten preparations and efforts to be transformed by practice of extra prayer, fasting and alms giving, hopefully brought us closer to the Lord.

     Today we have the Gospel of Lazarus being allowed to die, and then being raised from the dead back to life. And interestingly enough, Jesus calls Lazarus dying: “being asleep”, and Jesus promises to awaken him. Is Jesus mocking the death? Is he comparing the death to a sleep? Is it a parable?


Queridas Hermanas y Hermanos,

   La Cuaresma parece larga por cuarenta días, pero pasa muy rápido cuando nos mantenemos ocupados con la preparación diaria para la Resurrección de Jesus. La semana que viene celebraremos el Domingo de Ramos, y el siguiente fin de semana es Semana Santa. Nuestras preparaciones para la Cuaresma y los esfuerzos para ser transformados mediante la práctica de oración extra, ayuno y limosnas, esperamos que nos hayan acercado más al Señor.

     Hoy tenemos el Evangelio de que a Lázaro se le permitió morir y luego resucito de entre los muertos a la vida. Y curiosamente, Jesus llama a Lázaro moribundo: “estar dormido”, y Jesus promete despertarlo. ¿Jesus se está burlando de la muerte? ¿Está comparando la muerte con un sueño? ¿Es una parábola?

Bishop's Office/Chancery Information
Catholic Schools Week letter 


Below, please find a letter from Bishop Barres (English and Spanish) regarding the celebration of Catholic Schools Week.


ENGLISH: Catholic Schools Week letter 

ESPAÑOL: Carta de la Semana de las Escuelas Católicas

God in the streets of Brentwood:

Brentwood Procession:


St Anne's Church has a New Tabernacle.

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...or click on the links below to read the letters from the Diocese of Rockville Centre

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Video links to this important announcement from Bishop Barres:

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Spanish Version:


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Background Screening Update

The Office for the Protection of Children and Young People:

The Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People (The Charter) promulgated by the Bishops of the United States in 2002 outlines specific practices and guidelines providing standards of safety in parishes and dioceses throughout the United States. As directed in The Charter, the Diocese of Rockville Centre requires all employees, clergy, and volunteers to complete three requirements within thirty days of employment or volunteering:

  1. Attend Protecting God’s Children Program (Virtus)
  2. Sign the Codes of Conduct;
  3. Complete a background screen application. The Diocese requires all those who remain in active ministry be rescreened at 5 yr. intervals. volunteers/employees.


The 'Equality Act' discriminates against people of faith and threatens unborn life.

Tell Congress you oppose it!
Everyone deserves to be treated with respect and dignity. The so-called Equality Act, which is being voted on in the U.S. House of Representatives soon, in many ways does the opposite and needs to be opposed. Instead of respecting differences in beliefs about marriage and sexuality, the Equality Act would discriminate against people of faith. 
The Equality Act would: punish faith-based organizations, such as charities and schools who serve everyone in their communities, simply because of their beliefs; force girls and women to compete against boys and men for limited opportunities in sports, and to share locker rooms and shower spaces with biological males who identify as women; risk mandating taxpayers to fund abortions; force people in everyday life, and especially health care workers, to support gender transition; and expand what the government considers a “public” place, forcing even some parish halls to host functions that conflict with Catholic beliefs.