Recap on the 105

There is a place in the cloudy Sunset District near the Pacific Ocean where people gather every year to deepen their love for Jesus and commitment to the Church: Saint Anne of the Sunset. For over 100 years, pilgrims have come to join Good Saint Anne to pray for all their needs.

Redemptorist Fathers have come for the past 90 years to preach the gospel anew to every generation. Within this beloved tradition we find processions. Processions of the Eucharist and this year, procession of God’s people inside the Church. We are all in movement because the Church is a sign in the world that points to one destination: heaven. This year, the Redemptorists Priests focused on the seven sacraments as essential to our Christian life as we process to heaven where all things are made real and where we are united with God forever.

And on this journey, we meet saints in the making who join us in this same destination and to this I am grateful. O Good Saint Anne, pray for us.

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