Schedule of Meetings & Events

  • Mens' group

    September 17

    Who: All parish men are welcome! 


    What: Men’s Group is about gathering together for 1 hour to share faith—through a short witness talk, inspirational music, or compelling videos.


    When: We will meet every Tuesday at 6:00 a.m. in the Faith Center at the Rectory so as not to interfere with your normal daily routine, and you’ll be on your way by 7:00 a.m.


    Why: The beauty of this group is that you don’t need to join or be a member of an organization.


    You can come once; you can come sometimes; or you can come every week:

    There is NO obligation!


    COFFEE WILL BE SERVED! So get up, get dressed, and come on over!   


    If you are interested in attending or need more information, please contact

    John Hill at: jdhill922@gmail.com

  • Play group

    september 18

    Play Group will be back on Wednesday, September 11th! Bring your children ages 0-5 (with a caregiver) to the Church Hall at 9:30 a.m. for simple prayer, music, stories, crafts, and plenty of free play time! 


    For more information, contact Ali Curley at 201-693-3474.

  • Launch pad returns!

    september 22

    The Launch Pad is BACK! Our Children's Liturgical Ministry takes place every Sunday during the 9:30 a.m. Family Mass. Children are escorted to the Church Hall for age appropriate Gospel lessons.

  • RCIA information session

    september 23

    We will have an information session about Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults on September 23rd at 7:00 p.m. in the Cornerstone Room in the rectory. 

    • If you (or someone you know) are not a Catholic and you are curious about the Catholic faith, 
    • Or, are Catholic but have not completed your sacraments:

    We invite you to join us and learn more!

  • BTOR

    September 26

    Back to Our Roots (BTOR) is back on September 26th! We meet every Thursday from 1-2 pm in the Faith Center (lower level of the Rectory). 


    Each week we study the Gospel for the  upcoming Sunday, opening our hearts and minds to a greater understanding of the Good News. 


    Welcome back to all who have been part of  BTOR in the past and welcome to all newcomers! 

  • St. cajetan ministry meeting

    September 28 & October 10

    The Saint Cajetan Ministry Network is a support ministry dedicated to men and women facing the uncertainty and doubt that comes with unemployment. We provide spiritual support and education for men and women undergoing job searches.

    We meet every two weeks. Our next meetings will be: 

    • Oct. 10th from 7:00-9:00 p.m. at Saint Catharine Church in Glen Rock at their Ministry Center. The address is: 905 S. Maple Avenue, Glen Rock, NJ.  
    • Sept. 28th from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in our Faith Center in the lower level of the rectory.

    For more information, see our web-page (scroll down on Outreach page)

  • blessing of the animals

    october 5

    In honor of the feast of Saint Francis, we invite you to bring your beloved pets for a special blessing in the Labyrinth (between the rectory and the Church) at 12 noon. God bless all creatures, great and small! 

  • tony melendez concert

    October 6

    Sunday, October 6, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    $15.00 per person


    (Ticket purchase info will be announced at a later time.)


    This is an awesome opportunity for the entire parish! To learn more about Tony and his ministry, click here.

  • Wedding music showcase

    october 15

    If you are planning a wedding at Saint Anne and would like to hear our fabulously talented Music Ministry sing and play a selection of standard wedding favorites, please join us for our seasonal Showcase on October 15th at 7:30 p.m. in the Church (a spring showcase will be held as well).  

  • "praying with children" presentation

    october 27

    “Praying with Children” Presentation

    Presenter - Allan Wright

    Sunday, October 27, 11:00 am to Noon

    Church Hall


    This hour workshop is for all parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, or any adult that prays with children. Prayer is so crucial for all of us, and the only “charge” is to attend with an open heart! 


    We ask that you SIGN UP v so we know approximately how many will be attending for set-up. 


    Allan F. Wright is husband to his wonderful wife Desiree and father to their four children. A life-long New Jersey resident, he is currently the Principal of Koinonia Academy, a Catholic K-12 school in the Archdiocese of Newark. He is also an Adjunct Professor in both the School of Theology and the Department of Catholic Studies at Seton Hall University. A specialist in Catholic theology, Professor Wright teaches the courses, Biblical Call Narratives, Spirituality of Sports: A Catholic Perspective and The Parables of Jesus: Models of Evangelization.