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  • Pastoral Letter

    A Pastoral Letter from Father Colagreco.  Read Letter 
    To read all of the pastoral letters:   Click Here

  • Food Pick Up Cancelled

    The St. John's Hospice food pick up for February 9 has been cancelled. 
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  • Please Help with Mass

    We need door monitors to help seat people at Mass.  Click for Sign Up
    We need people to help sanitize the church after Mass.  Click for Sign Up


    All Masses are open to parishioners. Please remember 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, confessions on Saturdays will continue to be from 4:00 - 4:30 PM and neither the church nor the chapel will be open for private prayer until further notice.

  • 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.

    January 3 - The Epiphany
         January 10 - The Baptism        Jan. 17 - 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
    Jan. 24 - 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
    Jan. 31 - 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time 

  • Stay Connected

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  • Virtual Adoration

    Due to Covid 19, the Adoration Chapel is closed. However, many churches from around the world have live streams from their chapels. For a link to the live streams, click HERE.

  • 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.

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  • Today's Readings

  • pastoral council

    Read the latest update from our Pastoral Council..  read update 

    As a part of its ongoing plan, the parish’s Pastoral Council is looking into ways to reach out to inactive Catholics. Please send us a few lines with your thoughts.  see form