Thank you for visiting our Parish website. You are welcome to join us at any of the times listed for the celebration of the Mass. If you have questions, please contact us.  We look forward to celebrating with you!

In Christ’s Peace,
Fr. John Klevence

During Advent, a 4PM Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday and Thursday of each week of Advent.  Mark your calendar for our Advent Penance Service on Sunday, December 17th at 7PM at St. Ann Church.  There will be a number of visiting priests to assist with confessions.


Fourth Sunday of Advent (Regular Weekend Schedule)
Saturday December 23:  4:00PM-SA/ 5:30PM-OLG
December 24:  7:30AM-SA/10:30AM-SA/ 9:00AM-OLG

Masses for the Vigil of Christmas – Christmas Eve:
Sunday   December 24:  4:00PM-SA/ 5:30PM-OLG/ Midnight-SA
Sunday   December 24:  7:00PM-OLG (SpMass/LiveNativity)

Christmas Day Mass:
Monday   December 25:  9:00AM-SA


Feast of the Holy Family (Regular Weekend Mass Schedule)
Saturday  December 30:   4:00PM-SA/ 5:30PM-OLG
December 31:   7:30AM-SA /10:30AM-SA/ 9:00AM-OLG
Sunday     December 31:   2:00PM-OLG(Mass in Spanish)

Masses for the Feast of Mary, Mother of God
December 31:   4:00PM-SA/ 5:30PM-OLG
January 1:         9:00AM-SA




Mass Schedule (through May 25, 2018)

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Monday – Friday                  8:30 am
Saturday            8:30 am/ 4:00 pm
Sunday               7:30 am/ 10:30 am


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Saturday  5:30 pm
Sunday     9:00 am/ 2:00 pm(Spanish)


For Daily Readings click here


Here we are already beginning the Second Week of Advent!
We are moving closer to our celebration of the great Feast of Christmas.  Are you ready?  Are you getting ready?  Hopefully, we are getting ready to celebrate Christmas.  I don’t mean the commercial end of Christmas:  sending cards, buying gifts, baking cookies and decorating the tree.  These may be a part of Christmas.  They may help to enhance our Christmas celebration but they are not the center of our celebration this year or any year.
The center of our Christmas celebration is the fulfillment of God’s promise, the coming of Jesus Christ.  During Advent we are busy with many things.  But, we need to keep Christ at the very heart of our lives, our getting ready, our celebrations.
“Jesus is the reason for the season” and “Keep Christ in Christmas” are two slogans familiar to us.  What they state is certainly true.  Without Jesus Christ, there is no reason to celebrate.
As we continue our Advent journey, our pilgrim way in this life, may we not lose sight of Jesus Christ, our Savior and our Father.
Come Lord Jesus, Come!

Have a great Bethany Beach week!


In the fall of 2018 our parish will provide everyone an opportunity to sign up for The Journey, a six-week process of sharing, prayer, and reflection that can help everyone—active parishioner or not—grow in faith.

The Journey brings us into contact with those who knew and encountered Jesus.  Through videos and sharing, their experience becomes real in our day . . . in our personal lives . . . in our relationships with God and others.

We hope that many parishioners will sign up and help our parish grow in faith—so that more of our parishioners see themselves as followers of Jesus.

If you’d like to learn more about The Journey, click HERE


Have you or do you know someone who has expressed an interest in becoming Catholic or was not baptized as a child?  St. Ann Parish offers the opportunity to come together in small group to learn more about the Catholic faith, to inquire about Church teachings and to share faith experiences.  Your journey of faith through RCIA will prepare you to receive the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and the Eucharist.  For information, contact JoAnna Keller at 302-539-5443 or email at  jmelodykeller@hotmail.com
Separate sessions are offered for children over the age of 6 years.

Additionally, if you know any inactive Catholics, please encourage them to call Molly Roach at 302-539-5443 and/or complete the questionnaire for inactive Catholics found on this website by clicking here.

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