**updated 7/31/2020 145p**
Farewell to William and Sam!!
Seminarians William Douglas and
Samuel Hill will be leaving this week
for Retreat and then back to seminary.
May God continue to bless them as
they journey toward ordination.
WE ENCOURAGE YOU to DONATE BLOOD!
--at Marsh Blood centers --Call 423-652-0014
to schedule an appt. with them.
Donors can also have COVID-19 anitbody testing
(will not show if you are CURRENTLY infected,
but will indicate if you have previously been infected
(and perhaps did not know it.)
Click here for guidelines
--info on public celebration of Mass!
-----facemasks required for ages 10+
and ANYONE who plans to receive Communion
(the 530 & 830 w'end masses & daily Masses are
livestreamed --still shots could be used in the
Catholic Virginian. The 11:30a Sunday Mass
is NOT livestreamed/recorded.)
---Weekend Masses: Sat. 530p
---and Sunday 8:30a & 1130a
Those in vulnerable categories
are encouraged to stay at home
-The dispensation of the obligation to attend
Mass is still in effect until further notice.
click on block below to join livestream services.
BULLETIN: August 2 bulletin
is posted to this webpage
(click under bulletin link)
& hard copies are at front office foyer.
CONFESSIONS in the church:
Tue/Wed/Fri 830a & Thurs 6p
Thank you for your continued support of St. Anne's
To sign up for Egiving,scroll to bottom of this page
You can also mail to 350 Euclid Ave.,Bristol, VA 24201
parish contact info: 276-669-8200 ext. 0
for SACRAMENTAL EMERGENCY
if ofc. is closed, call 276-821-8023
Diocese Announces Independent Reconciliation Program
For more information & letter from Bishop - click here
Bishop Knestout encourages anyone aware of sexual abuse of minors on the part of clergy or staff of our diocese to notify civil authorities, call the Attorney General's Clergy Abuse Hotline at 1-833-454-9064, and reach out to the Diocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator, Jennifer Sloan at 1-877-887-9603.
Pastoral Council Minutes
If you wish to submit a proposal for consideration by the Pastoral Council, click here.
The Virginia Catholic Conference
The Virginia Catholic Conference is the public policy advocacy organization representing Bishop Knestout (Dioc. of Richmond) & Bishop Loverde (Dioc. of Arlington) on matters before the VA General Assembly, U.S. Congress, and state & federal administrations and their agencies. Learn more