While St. Ann’s is now a worship site of St. Mark Parish in Bristol, having merged with the latter in 2014, the church hosted a 40 Hours devotion this week, ending on the July 26. On the third night of the devotion July 19, Trinitarian Father Tom Morris was celebrant and homilist for Mass along with five Trinitarian priests (the order previously served the former parish) and Father Dennis Mooney, pastor of St. Mark’s; one religious brother and two permanent deacons served at the Mass. Afterward the faithful prayed prayers to St. Ann by candlelight and venerated relics of saints. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
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