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"Jesus said to them again, 'Peace be with you.' As the Father has sent me, so I send you" (John 20:21).


We have a strong community life that helps to strengthen the bonds of fellowship and allows us to engage in the wider community. Check out the different forms of community life that are available to you! Call the Parish office for more information! 815-288-3131

M.O.M.S Prayer Group
The Sauk Valley M.O.M.S. group is designed to support and affirm women in the many roles that we have in life as mothers, wives, daughters, sisters and friends. It is a ministry about women bonded by their vocation and their Catholic faith who come together to share the joys and struggles of motherhood. Moms of all ages and stages are welcome to participate in our monthly meetings.
Our group meets at St. Anne Catholic Church but is open to all area mothers! Contact Calli McClain for more details. 815-677-4517

Men's Prayer Group
The Men's Prayer Group is geared toward men who desire to grow in their knowledge of Scripture, the Catholic faith, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and related spiritual growth topics as well as spend time in prayer and spiritual reflection.
This group meets at the Parish Office and is open to all area men! Contact Bill Hawes for more details! 815-618-8283

Prayer Chain
This ministry addresses the spiritual, emotional, mental and /or physical needs of the parishioners through prayer as brought to the attention of the coordinator by way of a phone call or an email. An email chain is in place. Direction, guidance and suggestions for prayer are given by the coordinator. Contact Mary Lou Burkardt at 815-288-2539 or [email protected]

Knights of Columbus
Our Order, perhaps more than any other organization of Catholic laymen, is called to witness to a world that is unbelieving, that is doubtful, that is cynical, and that in many regions has abandoned the Christian faith. This witness comes primarily through our works of charity, through our families, and through the spirit of fraternity that animates our organization; it is a witness that proclaims Jesus is truly alive and so is his Church. If you’d like to be a part of an international organization of more than 1.9 million Catholic men whose principal work involves helping others in need, we'd like to meet you and invite you to join us.

Pro-Life Ministry
This ministry coordinates all the local, diocesan and national pro-life events for the parish.  
For  more information contact Mary Grace Chrishom. 815-440-6408