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    ANNUNCIATION PARISH, A PRO-LIFE COMMUNITY
  • Mass Times

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    • Sunday: 8:00 AM EnglishEnglishEN 10:00 AM EnglishEnglishEN 11:45 AM EnglishEnglishEN
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  • PARISH OFFICE HOURS


    The Parish Office hours are
    Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-12:00 noon
    and 12:30-2:00 p.m. (closed for lunch from 12:00-12:30 p.m.)
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  • DRESS CODE FOR LITURGICAL MINISTERS AT ABVM

    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.
    Pastor

  • "RAISE THE ROOF" RAFFLE


    Annunciation Parish is holding a 50/50 raffle to raise funds to pay for the repair of the roof on the church building.  330 tickets at $60.00 per ticket will be available for sale.  There will be multiply winners.  First prize will be 15% of the funds raised; Second prize will be 7.5%, Third prize will be 2.5% and there will be 50 Fourth prize winners that will share evenly in the remaining 25%.  The drawing will be held on Sunday, May 1st at 1:00 p.m.  We ask your generous participation in helping the parish raise the funds to pay for the repair of the roof.

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    Friday, April 15, 2022

  • MAINTENANCE COLLECTION

    FROM THE DESK OF FATHER RICARDO
       Because most of our parishioners are homeowners, this is the time of year when they find themselves walking around their property, slowing down as they approach the driveway, taking a good look at what the winter has done and how ready they are for spring.  I do that too.  While not the owner, I am the steward of Annunciation.
       Now and then, I even find myself compelled to go to our parish website's “News and Events” photo section.  The pictures remind me that repairs are a constant in human life.  They also call to mind a magnet I once saw on a refrigerator that claimed that good housekeeping is never noticed until it is not done.
       I believe in the truth of both of those statements.  Because this is the time of year for you and for me to take stock of what we are responsible for and FIX things, I have been thinking about the good sense of establishing a maintenance fund that would make it possible to make repairs in a timely way, avoid the malfunctioning of something, and most of all, “keep up” this beautiful campus and facility. 
       During the year, our collection envelopes are labeled to identify the purposes for the second collection.  Currently, there are a few Sundays when there is no second collection.  If those collections were designated “Parish Maintenance” collections, keeping our beautiful parish home in good condition would be an easier process.
       Expect and be ready for the unexpected, another refrigerator’s piece of advice, assures me that this is a way to protect and preserve the place we love.