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    For Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, Lectors, Greeters and Altar Servers at Annunciation Parish, the following dress code is offered:
    1.    Men should wear jackets with ties or open-necked sport shirts (with air-conditioning, this should not be burdensome, even in summer).
    2.    Women should wear dresses of suitable length and modesty, dress slacks with blouse or jacket, or a pants suit.
    3.    No jeans or sneakers! That applies to all men, women and youth.
    4.    The principle to follow – if it draws attention to yourself, it shouldn’t be worn.
    We trust these directives will be acceptable in the spirit in which they are given. Remember, by your ministry, you assume a very important and visible role in the sacred liturgy. You should appear in clothing that bespeaks the special significance that is attached to your role.

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    Rev. Ricardo Ortega, Jr.

  • parish picnic 50/50 raffle

    My dear brothers and sisters!
       I hope everyone is enjoying this beautiful summer.  Different in many ways but very beautiful.
       With this brief note, I write to encourage you to enjoy and support our ABVM 2021 ANNUNAL PARISH PICNIC.
       There are many reasons to meet again.  The most important is our fraternity and parochial discipleship.  That is why on Sunday, September 19th, our Annual Picnic will take place on our parish grounds!  Let’s renew our community bond, celebrate Fall and have fun together – a perfect parish gathering!
       50/50 raffle tickets will be available this weekend after all Masses!
       You can also call the parish office for 50/50 raffle tickets or contact us via Facebook to purchase tickets.
       Please consider volunteering; there are many ways to help!
       email trish23@optonline.net with any questions.

  • RCIA

    RCIA – Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults

    ¿What is RCIA?
     RCIA is a process of faith which has existed in the Catholic Church since the Third Century.
    This process was instituted to admit all those who wanted to be baptized in the Catholic Church. It is composed of three phases.
    1. Pre-Catecumen
    2. Catecumen
    3. Period of Purification and Enlightenment
    4. Mistagogy (related to religious mysteries or before participation in the sacraments).
     During these meetings a sharing of the faith, prayer and Sacred Scriptures takes place. At the end of each meeting, there is a moment for the participants to speak among themselves and get to know each other.

     To discern God’s will in the life of each participant. There is a priest that serves as Spiritual Director who helps with the needs of each participant.

     Catecumens (Non-Baptized)
    Birth Certificate
    Candidates: Baptized
    Birth Certificates & Original Baptism Certificates