St. Anne Catholic Church
We strive to continue the mission of Jesus Christ.
Our Catholic Community began in 1929 as Bethlehem’s population began to expand to the city’s north side. Even as times have changed, our city and our parish have continued to grow and prosper under God’s watchful care.
As a faith community, St. Anne’s strives to meet the needs of its own members, and to extend God’s loving care to those in the surrounding community by sharing our prayers, energies, and resources with those in need. As a worshipping community, we invite all Catholics to experience God’s healing presence in the Mass, the Sacraments, and in all of our social, educational, and spiritual interactions. This website is a portal to all the information needed to be a vital part of St. Anne’s.
St. Anne, pray for us!
Our Response to the Pandemic
At St. Anne's we are doing everything to ensure the safety of our parish family. As per the diocese, during this Green Phase, attendance at each Mass is limited to 50% of church capacity. This number is enforced by the roping off of pews and marking off a 6ft distance for seating. Also, facemasks must be worn in Church at all times. Pews are disinfected after each Mass or service. Thank you for understanding as we journey through this challenging time together with God.
Putting Things in Perspective
“To date, the evidence does not suggest that Church attendance - following the current guidelines - is any more risky than shopping for groceries. And the spiritual good for believers in coming to Church is immeasurably important for their well-being.”