105 years in the making

The story is told of how many ladies have come to the Shrine of Saint Anne in San Francisco praying, “O Good Saint Anne, find me a man, as fast you can!” Little stories like this have surrounded the centennial long tradition here in San Francisco. But it is more than the stories which carry a chuckle and a little laughter. People come to have an encounter with God, to deepen their love for Jesus Christ, and to find healing in their lives.

These are days of graces in the Archdiocese of San Francisco and if you happen to be in town, please stop by.

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2 Responses to 105 years in the making

  1. Gmama says:

    Thanks JR, St Ann is my patron saint. I will start a novena tomorrow and not for a man, unless of course it is to come to know our Lord Jesus in a more intimate way. Blessings, Gmama

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