There are many graces given to parishes that have Eucharistic Adoration, including increased attendance at Mass and confession, an increase in vocations to the priesthood and religious life, the return of fallen-away Catholics, and greater unity.  Parishioners who avail themselves of this wonderful practice grow in their love of the Eucharist and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, for as Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI has written: “Adoration outside holy Mass prolongs and intensifies what happened in the liturgical celebration and renders a true and profound reception of Christ possible.”  Please help us bring these graces to our parish by volunteering to pray during one of the hours that we will have Eucharistic Adoration.


Altar Boys

Serving on a rotating schedule at all Masses and special liturgies. Watch the bulletin for details.

Please contact Tricia Stevenson if you are interested in serving:


St. Maria Goretti Society

The St. Maria Goretti Society/Junior Altar Guild is responsible for preparing the vessels to be used at weekend Masses. They are also responsible for ensuring that all of the vessels (chalices and ciboria) and patens used in the Mass are properly cleaned and returned to their proper storage places after Mass. Additionally, the Junior Altar Guild will also take care to make sure other items such as monstrances, thuribles, candle sticks, etc. are well maintained and polished as necessary.

Please contact Chris Brunhuber if you are interested in serving:


Sacred Music for the Liturgy

Our sacred music program incorporates traditional hymns, motets, polyphony and Gregorian chant. Music is regularly provided for both the Ordinary and Extraordinary form of the Mass.

Please contact Terese Rowe if you are interested in volunteering
or would like more information:

☏: 704-599-5725


These volunteers serve at the weekend Masses and special liturgies on a rotating schedule.

Please contact Tricia Stevenson if you are interested in volunteering:


Altar Guild

Meets Friday mornings on a rotating schedule to clean the church. Open to all members of the parish. Special cleaning is done for the holidays.

Please contact Chris Brunhuber if you are interested in volunteering:



Volunteers serve on a rotating schedule during weekend Masses and Holy Days.

Please contact Chris Brunhuber if you are interested in volunteering:


Latin Mass Information

St. Ann is one of the few parishes in the Diocese of Charlotte to offer the Mass in the Extraordinary Form (the Latin Mass) on a regular basis. The Mass schedule is as follows:

  • Sundays, 12:30 p.m.
  • Wednesdays, 6:00 p.m. (Low Mass)
  • Select Feast Days – To be announced
  • Click here to access PDFs for the worship aides

Why Latin? – By Fr. Jason Barone – Feb. 1st, 2017

Watch the Video Here!

Technical Note:  Although the talk is included in its entirety, due to technical error the video was lost for part of the talk. During this time audio along with images were inserted to fill the gap. No content was lost.

Click Here to download an MP3 version of the talk

During the talk, Fr. Barone mentioned two books and an Apostolic Constitution from Pope St. John XXIII. Click the following links to find these resources:


Treasure and Tradition, the Ultimate Guide to the Latin Mass by Lisa Bergman

The Mass in Slow Motion, by Rev. Ronald Knox

Apostolic Constitution

Veterum Sapientia (on the study of Latin), Pope St. John XXIII, 1962


Talk on Christ the King
by Fr. Jason Christian

Learn More!

Latin Mass Introduction Class: April 2016

Presented by Fr. Timothy Reid, Pastor, St. Ann parish

Video: Part I
Video: Part II
Purchase “Treasure and Tradition” by Lisa Berman, St. Augustine Academy Press

Sacred Music Class: July 2016

Presented by Stefano Monaco, choir member, St. Ann parish

Slideshow Presentation