Palm Sunday update

Laudetur Iesus Christus! This Sunday is Palm Sunday, the 2nd Sunday of Passiontide, and the beginning of Holy Week.  You can learn more about the traditional customs and history of Palm Sunday here:

Palm Sunday Latin Mass: As mentioned in Fr. Reid’s e-mail to parishioners, there will again be no public Mass at St. Ann this weekend. However, St. Ann will live stream the 12:30pm Latin Mass on the parish’s Facebook page at:

To view other online Masses & spiritual resources at home our webpage:

Confession sign-up page: Fr. Reid will generously be offering Confessions this Monday – Wednesday (April 6-8), with a twist. Confessions will be outside and you need to make an appointment on this sign-up page first – this is to keep in compliance with local regulations. The parish will only admit those who are on the signup page. You can sign up here:

Private Latin Easter Triduum to be offered: We are pleased to report that St. Ann will offer a private Latin Easter Triduum next week. Even though laity will not be present, this is a generous gift by Fr. Reid to the Latin Mass faithful in the diocese. It will be the only Triduum offered at St. Ann parish next week. The reason is St. Ann is one of the few places that have the priests and parish resources to do so. This is a wonderful gift and please keep Fr. Reid, Fr. Kauth, and Fr. Buettner in your prayers as they prepare for these solemn liturgies.

They will stream the liturgies online at these times:

  • Holy Thursday Mass: 7pm
  • Good Friday Liturgy: 3pm
  • Easter Vigil: 8pm

Supporting St. Ann: Also don’t forget to tithe to the parish during this time so it can continue its operations and minister to its parishioners & community:

Other Latin Mass news:

Social Kingship of Christ Online conference April 4: Tomorrow morning Saturday April 4 there will be a special online conference about the Social Kingship of Christ – this is an important doctrine which we have hosted talks on including with Bishop Schneider. It would be a great time to learn about this important traditional teaching if you aren’t familiar with it (or want to learn more). It’s free and to sign up please click here to register:

Adult catechism series: St. Joan of Arc, a Latin Mass (FSSP) parish in Post Falls, Idaho is broadcasting their weekly adult catechisms series. This week they cover the old testament origins for the vestments at Latin Mass:

The parish priest also conducted a bible study this week: