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    You are reminded to continue to wear masks and to observe social distancing. You will need to leave immediately after Mass so the church can be sanitized. No groups can meet in church or the chapel until further notice. Because of the need to sanitize the church after each use, neither the church nor the chapel will be open for private prayer until further notice.

    The weekend Sunday Mass schedule  
    Saturday   5:15 PM
    Sunday     7:00 AM
                       9:00 AM

                       10:30 AM (livestream only)
                      12:00 Noon 
    Daily Mass
                    8:00 AM (Monday-Saturday)


    Saturday Confessions  4:00 – 4:30 PM

  • Pastoral Letter

    To read the latest letter from Father Colagreco

    Click Here to See All Pastoral Letters 

  • CCD Information

    C.C.D. will be all remote learning or homeschooling for the 2020- 2021 school year. 
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    Click Here for the Registration Form

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  • Grow + Go 
    with the Sunday Readings

    Using the Sunday readings as the basis of reflection, Grow + Go shows how we can more fully grow as disciples and then spread the Good News by our prayers and the interactions we have each day. The simple, concrete, and relatable handouts can be found below.

    September 6 - 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
    September 13 - 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time
    September 20 - 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time
    September 27 - 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time

  • Today's Readings

  • Parish Mission Statement

    We, the parishioners of Saint Anastasia, are a strong faith based community, grounded in more than a century of Catholic tradition rooted in worship and service. Compelled by the Good News of Jesus Christ, we are committed to growing in a deeper relationship with God and with one another. We strive to become a more vibrant parish by inspiring an atmosphere of belonging, of welcoming, and by promoting opportunities to share and spread our Catholic Faith, so that we may be more united as one parish community.

  • The anastasian magazine

  • St. John's Hospice

    Thank you, all of you who were able to participate in our August collection!  Our next collection date is Tuesday, September 8th, from 7:45 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.  (Saint John’s truck will arrive just before 10:00 a.m.)  Since we will not be entering the school, we will again be located in the parking lot outside the Convent and Rectory entrances.  (Look for us on the Radnor Drive side of the lot.)  We ask contributors to drive up and remain in your car.  We will collect your casseroles, non-perishable food/drink donations, new or gently-used clothing and shoes, travel-size toiletries, and plastic grocery bags.  We will provide new pans and lids.  We remind everyone to wear a mask and practice “social distancing.”  Please, no socializing.  COVID is still with us.  Thank you for your understanding and your donations!  We realize that our new drop-off time interval is not convenient for everyone.  Please call me (Deanna Stagliano = 610-353-7972) to make alternative drop-off arrangements.  We look forward to seeing all our friends.  The October collection date will be Tuesday, October 13th.
  • St. Vincent de Paul

    The St. Vincent de Paul Society (SVDP) in our parish assists those in our area with financial difficulties, using funds we raise independently. We try to address all needs, not just those arising from the current pandemic. If you or someone you know needs help, use StAnniesSVDP@gmail.com . Briefly explain your situation. Someone from our SVDP conference will respond to you. You do not need to call the rectory.  read flyer