Feast of St. Agnes celebration – this Sunday January 21

Laudetur Iesus Christus! We have a few events to share with you:

St. Ann Latin Mass on Friday January 19 at 7:00 AM is canceled.

Feast of St. Agnes celebration – after 12:30pm Latin Mass this Sunday January 21

Sunday is the 3rd Sunday after Epiphany and in the traditional calendar it’s also the feast of St. Agnes (one of the great virgin-martyrs). As her name is a Latin derivative of Angus, she is frequently pictured with a lamb, and even the blessing of lambs occurred on her feast day. She died on January 21 under Diocletian’s persecution in a most heroic manner and to celebrate we will be hosting some extra lamb-themed cookies and treats after 12:30 PM Sunday Mass at St. Ann.  Can we have some volunteers bring some treats, drinks to help support this? (They don’t have to be lamb-themed).


To learn more about this great saint, please visit: https://www.fisheaters.com/customstimeafterepiphany2.html


Latin Mass Lecture – Wednesday January 24 7pm on Henry the VIII and the English Reformation

As noted before, we are hosting  Catholic author Mr. Ryan Grant to come to St. Ann’s to give a talk on King Henry VIII and the English Reformation. January 24th at 7:00pm in the St. Ann’s Allen Center (Cafe).  [PLEASE REGISTER HERE]  Mr. Grant is the founder of Mediatrix Press and is a distinguished scholar on St. Robert Bellarmine, St. John Fisher, and the English Reformation.

This event with occur following the 6:00pm Wednesday evening Latin Mass at St. Ann’s.  There will be a pizza dinner provided.  More information can be found at this Eventbrite link.  If you are able to join us, please RSVP so we have an accurate head count.


Respect Life Latin Mass Saturday January 27 9am (Charlotte Catholic High School)

Fr. Barone will offer a Traditional Latin Mass 9am Saturday January 27 at Charlotte Catholic High School chapel (7702 Pineville Matthews Road, Charlotte) for an end of abortion. The event is for the Helpers of God’s Precious Infants, a pro-life apostolate in town and immediately after Mass, the group (along with Father) will head to the Hebron abortion facility (700 E. Hebron, Charlotte) to pray a Rosary for an end to abortion. All are welcome to attend.

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