With God, All Things Are Possible

St. Anselm parish is a Catholic community formed by families, individuals and clergy that 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!

God bless,
Fr. William Brown

Sunday 10AM Mass with Fr. Brown

If you do not feel comfortable coming onsite for mass, please join us on zoom. 

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M-F 8AM Weekday (M-F) Mass with Fr. Brown

Cannot join us onsite, please consider joining Fr. Brown from the comfort of your home. These masses cannot be viewed at a later time as they are not recorded.

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October Weekend Mass Reservation

Saturday 5pm mass, Sunday 8am, 10am, and 5pm mass: click here

Mass Instructions 

ALWAYS HAVE YOUR MASK ON…
1. Reserve your family spot for the mass
Reservations for October Masses, Click here
*There are no reservations needed to attend our weekday 8AM masses. 
2. Make sure you have a mass waiver on file (if you already have done this you do not need to fill another one), click here.
3. Must sign in/ check in before you can sit in your pew. Please enter through the front of the church since that is where the sign in table will be.
4. Find a pew with a green card on the seat. This means it is clean and safe to sit there. Please flip the card to red so we know that you sat there and we need to clean it.
5. Individual mass attendees or couples can be in the same pew as others not in their family as long as there is a 6ft gap between the two parties.
6. The Eucharist will continue to be distributed at the end of mass. Please use the yellow tape marks on the aisle to maintain social distancing when receiving the Eucharist.
7. After you receive the Eucharist you are to depart the church keeping social distancing.

8. Only come to mass if you do not have Covid-19 symptoms.*The Archdiocese has excused every parishioner from Sunday Mass obligations, so if you are not comfortable coming onsite or do not get a chance to make a reservation, please know that you are excused from Sunday mass obligations.

NEEDED: Volunteers to help clean the pews after the mass. There is a signup sheet on the check in table. Thank you in advance for helping.

Lector Signup 

If you are one of our trained lectors please us this signup to signup to help at one of our masses. Below is the October signup. November signup will be available the last week of October.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/409084AA5AF2EA0F58-october

 

 

A Time to Grieve

This year has impacted every individual.  Long time parishioners, family and friends have died, some to COVID-19.  Other parishioners have lost jobs;  the ability to give hugs; visit friends; play with classmates and teammates; skipped meals because they were worried about the bills piling up… so many losses yet we have not been able to gather together to acknowledge these losses and support one another.  Mark your calendar for Monday, November 2, the feast of All Souls Day, 7-8pm.  We will have a parish wide Zoom meeting to grieve together, pray for one another and listen to our stories of loss.  Zoom details will be available in Fr. Brown’s weekly bulletin, our Facebook page and in next week’s bulletin.

St. Anselm Church is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Grief Program
Time: Nov 2, 2020 07:00 PM

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Passcode: stanselm

Upcoming Food Drives

Spread the word!  St. Anselm’s will continue its Food Drives to benefit Ritter Center at least once a month throughout the fall.
September 26 & 27
October 24 & 25  
November 14th and 15th
On Saturdays, volunteers will collect donations from 9am – 1pm and immediately before the 5pm Mass. On Sundays, volunteers will be at the truck in the church parking lot next to the church from 7:45am till 1pm and then again before the 5pm Mass.
Non-perishable donations such as tuna fish, peanut butter, pasta, chunky soups; personal sanitary items such as diapers, toothpaste, shampoo; empty grocery store bags are all appreciated. Financial contributions for Ritter Center are also welcomed.
If you would like to help collect donations, please contact Pat Langley – 117plangley@gmail.com.  This is a great opportunity for families to volunteer together, shifts are generally 2 hours. This can also count for your teen’s Service Hours for school or Confirmation.

PRAYER REQUESTS: We will gladly pray for your intentions. Please click here.

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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.