With God, All Things Are Possible

*In our Archdiocese, masks are RECOMMENDED in church*

How to get on Father Brown’s email list:

Use the link above to register officially as a member of the parish, AND provide an updated email address. Be sure to check your spam folder so you will get news each month from the pastor about events, scheduling, etc. (Each time I use our computer system to email our members, only about HALF of the people registered receive the email. In some cases, they don’t do email; in other cases, their email address is obsolete.)

Participate in Pope Francis’ Synod

St. Anselm’s synod survey resultsOn Saturday, May 21 at 6:00 p.m. (after evening Mass) and on Sunday, May 22 at 11:00 a.m. (after morning Mass), parishioner Laurie Joyce will report on the responses from St. Anselm’s parishioners to the Disciple Maker Index   Survey (Archdiocesan synod participation effort) and next steps, followed by an invitation to discuss a question that was not on the Survey:  “What would you tell Pope Francis is most important for the future of the Catholic Church?” Depending on weather and the number of attendees, we will gather in Centennial Hall or the church courtyard.

Archdiocesan Annual Appeal 2022

As of May 4, we have received $49,296 toward our goal for this year’s Annual Appeal of $71,805.00 (which is $4,441.00 less than last year).

I donated one thousand dollars to the AAA as I do each year, because I know firsthand how much the ADSF helps us, especially when we need guidance in terms of human resource, legal assistance, or training for safety. If you can, please match my gift, or exceed it. Every dollar we raise in excess of our goal comes back to us: we intend to use that overage to fund maintenance on our beloved parish church, built back in 1908. To learn more, or to donate to the parish goal, please go here. Be sure to select “St. Anselm” from the dropdown list of churches. Thank you for your support! Father Brown

St. Anselm CYO Girls Volleyball

Calling all Girls who will be in 5-8th grade in the Fall of the 2022 school year!

REGISTRATION OPENS MONDAY, MAY 2nd

Please mark your calendars for mandatory evaluations on Tuesday, May 24 AND Wednesday, May 25

REGISTER HERE (https://tshq.bluesombrero.com/stanselmscyoca)

Player evaluations will be held Tuesday, May 24 AND Wednesday, May 25.

The season begins the first week of September and ends by November 6.  Practices are twice a week – most likely once on a weekday evening and once on Saturday (or at coaches discretion) and games are on the weekends.   Detailed information and schedules will be available in late August. Practices depending on coach availability could start late August. We will be looking for parent volunteer coaches. If interested, reach out to stanselmcyo@gmail.com.

Registration for volleyball is available to all regular and religious education students of St. Anselm School, children of registered parishioners of St. Anselm Church and to children of the general public who reside within the parish boundaries of St. Anselm Church.Priority registration is given to girls in the following order:

1.     Enrolled at St. Anselm School or St. Anselm CCD

2.    Players residing within the St. Anselm Church boundaries

FEES:  $225 per child

PLAYER EVALUATIONS:  Evaluations are mandatory and girls are expected to attend both evaluations on Tuesday, May 24 and Wednesday, May 25, according to the following schedule:

5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. – 5th Graders (Incoming Fall 2022)

6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. – 6th Graders (Incoming Fall 2022)

7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. – 7th Graders (Incoming Fall 2022)

8:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. – 8th Graders (Incoming Fall 2022)

QUESTIONS: email Heather Basso or Erin Hill at stanselmcyo@gmail.com. Please do not call the Church Office or the School with questions.  All questions are to be directed to the CYO website or email.  Thank you.Please note that the Registration DEADLINE is FRIDAY, May 20, 2022

FORMED: the Catholic Faith on Demand

If you are interested in watching films about the saints, videos about the Bible, and stories of our Church history, our parish has a subscription to FORMED which you can use for free! Just go to the page for creating a new account, find our parish, and check out the huge library of faith materials available to you and your family:

https://formed.org/signup

Saint Anselm Church and School is a Catholic community formed by families, individuals and clergy who worship together, celebrate the sacramental life of the Church, and seek to live the Gospel of Jesus Christ in their everyday lives. We strive to welcome, serve and educate. We look forward to meeting you in church soon! We are also most grateful to all who support Saint Anselm Parish through EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer), Online Giving, and registering as official members of the parish. Especially during this pandemic, we rely on your generosity to make ends meet.

God bless,
Father William Brown – pastor

Weekend Masses with Father Brown on Zoom: Saturday 5:00PM, Sunday 8:00AM & 10:00AM only. 

If you do not feel comfortable coming onsite for Mass, please join us via Zoom at the following times: Saturday 5:00PM, Sunday 8:00AM & 10:00AM. Please note, the 5:00PM Sunday Masses will NOT be available on Zoom. 

Join Zoom Meeting: click here.

Weekday (M-F) 8:00AM Mass with Father Brown

If you cannot join us onsite, please consider joining Father Brown from the comfort of your home via Zoom Monday through Friday at 8:00AM. These Masses cannot be viewed at a later time as they are not recorded.

Join Zoom Meeting: click here.

Mass Instructions 

Only come to Mass if you are not sick with a cold, the flu, or experiencing Covid-19 symptoms.

April 30th & May Lector & Eucharistic Minister Signup 

If you are one of our trained lectors or trained Eucharistic Ministers, please use this signup to sign up to help at one of our Masses.

Signup, click here.

Saint Vincent de Paul Society

The St. Anselm Parish Conference of the St. Vincent de Paul Society provides direct aid to over one-hundred people annually. All is made possible due to the generosity of the parishioners of St. Anselm Parish. Please take some time to look at the pamphlet for more information and to find out how you can help, click here.

Morning and Evening Prayer

Are you interested in participating in the Liturgy of the Hours? Deacon Bob Meave is providing a user-friendly version of the Liturgy of the Hours for parishioners to participate in. There is an opportunity to join in the prayers, listen, or both. If you have questions or would like to get on the weekly reminder email, please contact Deacon Bob at robt88@gmail.com

ZOOM LINKS

8:30AM Monday Morning Prayer, meet.google.com/zvn-ougu-pgc

5:00PM Friday Evening Prayer, meet.google.com/aic-gtjx-fre

We Will Pray for You

Our Prayer Petition group will gladly pray for your intentions; simply use this link, click here.

 

Join Us on Social Media

Formed – Catholic Faith On Demand

Instagram – St. Anselm Parish

Facebook – St. Anselm Church

 

We are thankful for your support of our community. We now have a new way for you to donate. Please try our new donate button.

You can also sign up to contribute electronically by EFT.

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How To Find Us

We are located at 97 Shady Lane in the lovely town of Ross, California. Find us easily by first locating Sir Francis Drake Boulevard (SFDB). From SFDB take Bolinas Avenue which runs along the border of Ross and San Anselmo. Shady Lane will be your first left turn on Bolinas Avenue. The church is on the corner of Bolinas and Shady Lane.

PARKING – There is plenty of parking in our parking lot at the intersection of SFDB and Bolinas Avenue across the street from the convenience store.