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Anne (Hebrew, Hannah, grace; also spelled Ann, Anne, Anna) is the traditional name of the mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Joachim and Anne, the parents of Mary, is derived from apocryphal literature, the Gospel of the Nativity of Mary, the Gospel of Pseudo-Matthew and the Protoevangelium of James.
Anne is patroness of women in labour; she is represented holding the Blessed Virgin Mary in her lap, who again carries on her arm the child Jesus.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/01538a.htm   (1011 words)

 Saint Anne
Saint Anne is the name traditionally given to the mother of the Virgin Mary.
The early cultus of St Anne in Constantinople is attested by the fact that in the middle of the sixth century the Emperor Justinian I dedicated a shrine to her.
The historical evidence for the presence of the relics of St Anne at Apt in Provence and at Duren in the Rheinland is altogether untrustworthy.
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 Domestic-Church.Com: Saint Profile: Saint Anne Line
Saint Anne Line was the daughter of a strongly protestant man. When she and her brother both converted to Catholicism, they were thrown out of their house and disowned.
Saint Anne was executed on February 27, along with her confessor and another Benedictine priest, the first to be executed since all Benedictine lands and holdings were seized by the government.
Saint Anne Line is one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales, crowned in glory by suffering and dying for Christ and His Faith.
www.domestic-church.com /CONTENT.DCC/19980101/SAINTS/ST_ANNE_LN.HTM   (1388 words)

 Domestic-Church.Com: Saint Profile: Saints Anne and Joachim
It was in the womb of Saint Anne that Mary was immaculately conceived.
Joachim the husband of Saint Anne and the father of the Blessed Virgin Mary, belonged to the tribe of Judah and the house of David.
Saints Joachim and Anne, both of the tribe of Judah of the royal house of David and venerated by the Church as the parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary, who was probably their only child.
www.domestic-church.com /CONTENT.DCC/19980701/SAINTS/ST_ANNE.HTM   (768 words)

 Patron Saints Index: Saint Anne   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Tradition says that Anne was quite elderly when Mary was born, and that she was their only child.
The belief that Anne remained a virgin in the conception and birth of Mary was condemned by the Vatican in 1677.
At the church of Saint Anns the crews of the canoes collected a voluntary donation amongst themselves to which I contributed my mite, in order to have prayers said for the prosperity of the voyage and a safe return to those engaged in it, to their friends and families....
www.catholic-forum.com /saints/sainta03.htm   (767 words)

 St. Anne Catholic Church   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Saint Anne Church was dedicated by the Most Reverend Romeo Blanchette, the second Bishop of Joliet, on May 24, 1970.
Saint Anne enjoyed a most satisfying relationship, ecumenically, with the other churches in the area.
As of February 1976, Saint Anne Hall (the old church) was renamed Brier Hall by members of the Men`s Club and the Council of Catholic Women.
www.stanneparish.org /pages/about_us.asp   (1803 words)

 SAINT ANNE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
In this document we are told that Anne, wife of Joachim, was advanced in years and that her prayers for a child had not been answered.
The devotion of St. Anne was known in the East in the fifth century, but it was not diffused in the West until the thirteenth.
A shrine at Douai, in northern France, was one of the early centers of the devotion.
www.ewtn.com /library/MARY/ANNE.HTM   (186 words)

 Saint Anne - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Saint Anne or Anna is known by tradition as the mother of The Virgin Mary.
Anne is a patron saint of Quebec and Brittany, and patroness of women in labor and miners.
The story was not accepted in the Western church until the 13th century although, in the Eastern church, dedications to Saint Anna date to the 6th century.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Saint_Anne   (427 words)

 Saint Anne's Catholic Church
Anne is one of the largest parishes in the Oakland Diocese, but maintains a friendly, small-town atmosphere.
Anne is located in Union City, California--a suburb of the San Francisco Bay Area.
Anne was founded in 1860 and the original church was built in the old Alvarado District (as the area was known before its charter as Union City).
www.rc.net /oakland/saintanne   (100 words)

 Saint Anne School
Saint Anne School believes in a faith filled Catholic atmosphere which acknowledges Christ as a foundation of the school and of the personal lives of both teachers and students.
Saint Anne Catholic School was founded in 1957 and staffed by the School Sisters of Notre Dame and lay teachers.
Saint Anne School is fully accredited by the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction.
www.catholic-church.org /st-anne/staschool.html   (213 words)

 Pilgrimage of Tradition to Saint Anne de Beaupré
The first was for Auray, in Brittany, which became a famous pilgrimage because of the apparitions of Sainte-Anne at Nicolazic (during the year1625) and the second in Paris, which was developed due to the influence of  Queen Anne of Austria who attributed the birth of her son Louis XIV to Sainte-Anne.
In Canada, the church of Sainte Anne de Varennes, near Montreal, was founded in 1693.
Taschereau, the pope Pie IX proclaimed Sainte-Anne Patron Saint of the province of Quebec.
www.sspx.ca /Communicantes/Oct2002/Saint_Anne_de_Beaupre.htm   (1471 words)

 Leonardo DaVinci
It is quite possible the original concept for this painting had St. Anne's hand lying on her daughter's sleeve; this could easily be cancelled out by painting the Virgin's sleeve over the top of it.
Atop the chain is St. Anne, slightly set apart in the composition by the line of the Virgin's shoulder, her downward glance and the use of darker skin tones on her face
The background, St Anne, the Virgin and the Child are thought to be from the hand of Leonardo himself though some doubt exists about the heads as they lack the fine texture of the Mona Lisa.
www.lairweb.org.nz /leonardo/anne.html   (1020 words)

 Welcome to St. Anne's Catholic Church   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The name Saint Anne was given in honor of the Saint Anne Parish in Milwaukee’s central city that was closed after 100 years.
By the summer of 2000 Saint Anne grew to 256 households and 700 individuals.
Celebrate Saint Anne is the first, which celebrates our anniversary as a parish in July on the weekend closest to the feast day of Saints Anne and Joachim (July 26).
www.saint-anne.org /?id=18   (3165 words)

 Saint Anne Parish and Shrine
He will remain associated with Saint Anne for the rest of his life, except for a few years, when he will be on the road preaching in the Province of Ontario.
This plaque was later placed on the wall of the memorial chapel and bears the inscription: "As Assistant Pastor of Saint Anne Parish (1905-1928) and Apostle of Saint Anne's Shrine (1917-1965) he won by his priestly virtues and indefatigable zeal the hearts of all who approached him.
He was at all times the faithful servant of Good Saint Anne and a Father to the sick, the infirm, the poor, and the afflicted.
www.stanneshrine.com /marchildon/biography.htm   (2987 words)

 Saint Anne - Patroness Saint For Childless People
Saint Anne is the mother of Mary, the
Saint Anne is especially invoked as the Patroness of Mothers, against Sterility, for Conception Difficulties, Infertility, help of the Pregnant, Women in Labour, and Grandparents.
Good Saint Anne, you were especially favored by God to be the mother of the most holy Virgin Mary, the Mother of our Savior.
www.praying4ababy.com /stanne.html   (698 words)

 St. Anne's Home Page
Anne's Church invites you to worship with us as often as you like.
If you are searching for a spiritual home, we hope that you consider St. Anne's.
We look forward to having you as part of this caring community at St. Anne's Church.
www.saintannes.com   (119 words)

 Leonardo da Vinci: The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne
And this kinship reminds me that Leonardo, like Blake, developed peculiar ideas about angels, seeing them not as guardians, but as intermediaries who, in order to warn man that his reason is finite, stand at his elbow and propound unanswerable riddles.
And as I search from place to place in the Virgin with St Anne for signs of Leonardo's hand my responses are sharpened far beyond the point of passive enjoyment, and the faculties of memory which are brought into play greatly increase my sensibility.
I remember that the Virgin with St Anne was painted at a period in his life when his mind was absorbed by three scientific studies, anatomy, geology and the movement of water.
www.artchive.com /artchive/L/leonardo/st_anne.jpg.html   (1975 words)

 Saint Anne de Beaupré - Canada's famous Catholic Shrine
St Anne was mother of Mary and grand mother of Jesus and, following the Council of Ephesus in 431 AD which acknowledged Mary's Motherhood, devotion to St. Anne started in Jerusalem.In the 8th.
This little sanctuary was dedicated to St. Anne in a place known as Le Petit Cap, a small village on a promontory near the St. Lawrence river in what was later to become Beaupré.
We have included the Prayer to Saint Anne both in English and in French, stop in a whisper a wee prayer to her.
www.moytura.com /stanne.htm   (2441 words)

 Anne, Saint. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
She is patroness of Quebec prov., and Ste Anne de Beaupré is one of the most visited of New World shrines.
Brittany, also under her patronage, has the renowned shrine of Ste Anne d’Auray, with its annual pilgrimage.
In art, she is usually an elderly veiled woman and often appears teaching her daughter to read.
www.bartleby.com /65/an/Anne-St.html   (144 words)

 SAINT ANNE'S CHURCH   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Unlike other Crusader churches, St. Anne's was not destroyed by the Mamelukes who captured the Holy Land in the twelfth century.
Today St. Anne's belongs to the French government and is run by the White Fathers, an order of the Catholic church named for the color of their robes.
What first strikes the visitor to St Anne's Church is its simplicity, both within the unadorned interior and on the clear clean lines of its facade.
www.christusrex.org /www2/baram/B-st-anne.html   (570 words)

 Site Home
Anne Parish dates back to the mid-1800's when settlers in the Somerset area joined together atop a hill beside the Apple River to form what has become known as the Catholic Community of St. Anne.
An unending sense of community, unity, welcome, and growth has continued in our midst for over 150 years.
Anne School is a vigorous community of faith shared among students, parents, and teachers in a spirit of freedom and love.
www.stanne-somerset.org   (99 words)

 Welcome to the Saint Anne Catholic Community
We, the Catholic Community of St. Anne, aspire to follow the example of Jesus Christ.
Anne Catholic School has been recognized as a "2006 No Child Left Behind - Blue Ribbon School." [ More ]
St. Anne Catholic Community • Basilian Fathers • Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
www.saintanne.org /cgi-bin/index.cgi   (112 words)

 Patron Saints Index: Blessed Anne of Saint Bartholomew   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Ana García Manzanas; Ana of Saint Bartholomew; Anne Garcia
Lay Carmelite at age 20 under the direction of Saint Teresa of Avila.
Secretary to and close friend of Saint Teresa; Teresa died in Anne's arms.
www.catholic-forum.com /saints/sainta44.htm   (82 words)

She was the daughter of William Heigham of Dunmow, Essex, a gentleman of means and an ardent Calvinist, and when she and her brother announced their intention of becoming Catholics both were disowned and disinherited.
Anne married Roger Line, a convert like herself, and shortly after their marriage he was apprehended for attending Mass.
After a brief confinement he was released and permitted to go into exile in Flanders, where he died in 1594.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/09270b.htm   (420 words)

 St. Anne Institute: Home
Anne Institute is a not for profit organization dedicated to improving the emotional, mental and spiritual well-being of children and families throughout New York State.
St. Anne Institute continues to devise innovative ways to reach and help the people most in need.
We trust and affirm their potential and help them discover in themselves what they already are.
www.stanneinstitute.org   (119 words)

 Saint Anne's Shrine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
That distinction comes from more than its history.  Something holy happens each year as more and more ordinary folks find themselves spiritually enriched by the visit here beside the waters of Lake Champlain.  Saint Anne's Shrine is a place of fresh air for the soul.
If the setting calms your soul, then the people of Saint Anne's Shrine make you welcome.  From the grounds keepers and cafeteria help to the shrine's spiritual directors, Fr.
Edmundite Father Brian Cummings, who directs Campus Ministry at Saint Michael's College during the academic year, began his tenure as a spiritual director of Saint Anne's Shrine in May 2003.  With Father Boucher now 80+ years old, Father Cummings looks forward to serving Saint Anne's Shrine in the coming years.
www.sse.org /StAnnesShrine.html   (411 words)

 St. Anne Byzantine Catholic Church
Welcome to the homepage of Saint Anne Byzantine Catholic Church in New Port Richey, Florida.
Byzantine Catholics are (to quote +Pope John Paul II) "Orthodox Christians in communion with Rome".
At St. Anne, we celebrate the Divine Liturgy in the English language.
www.stanne-byzcath.org   (331 words)

 Saint Anne Catholic Church, Ruskin, Florida   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The members of Saint Anne Parish warmly welcome new Parishioners and visitors.
The Prayer Committee will have a short prayer service each week after the 8:00am Mass on Tuesdays for the intention of the New Church.
See Melinda at the Parish Office to purchase your Saint Anne Jubilee T-shirt.
www.saintanneruskin.org /home.htm   (373 words)

 Catholic Online - Saints & Angels
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www.catholic.org /saints   (437 words)

 St. Anne's Day School - Episcopal school - Annapolis, Maryland
Anne's Day School - Episcopal school - Annapolis, Maryland
Compass for the Future: St. Anne's Strategic Plan, 2007-2011
Anne's Day School is an independent, co-educational Episcopal school
www.saintannes.org   (157 words)

 Private Elementary & Middle School in Rock Hill, SC - St. Anne Catholic School
Private Elementary and Middle School in Rock Hill, SC - St. Anne Catholic School
Grounded in the Christian faith, focused on the future.
A private elementary/middle school where children grow spiritually as well as intellectually and physically.
www.stanneschool.com   (37 words)

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