It is with profound sadness that we must announce the death of Deacon Mike Avila. Deacon Mike passed away on Tuesday morning, August 31st after struggling with cancer for many months. His beloved wife Dr. Pam Avila and other family member were at his side.
We will live stream the rosary and the funeral Mass for those who cannot attend. Live video will be available on our You Tube channel and Facebook page and will remain posted for those who cannot view it live. Please make note of the rosary and Mass times.
The Avila Family has requested if you would like to donate to the Parish Hall in memory of Deacon Mike or the the First Responders Support Network, you may do so by clicking on the either of the following buttons:
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Saint Anne’s is a dynamic community of living faith. We represent many different cultures and languages while at the same time representing the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church. We are the community of the baptized and live out our baptismal anointing as “priest, prophet and king” by living the faith each day.
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