The Passion and Purpose for Marriage

Give your loved ones a life-changing experience: 

Passion & Purpose for Marriage

 presented by Dr. Allen Hunt

Saturday, March 12th 9:00am-1:30pm

With Pope Francis’ emphasis on marriage and the family, Passion & Purpose for Marriage is a fantastic way for you and your loved ones to gain insight, grow and be nourished. Whether married, engaged, dating, or discerning, this event will help you discover key ingredients to healthy and happy relationships. 

Dr. Hunt talks about the 5 things women don’t know about men, 5 things women want men to know, and the most important word in a marriage – and it’s not love. Filled with stories, Church teaching, and research, Dr. Hunt’s presentation will inspire and encourage you.

Click here to see a video of the event

Tickets are available online or call the Dynamic Catholic office at 859.980.7900

Presented by St. Anastasia Marriage: God’s Love Made Visible and Dynamic Catholic


Safety and Criminal Awareness In Our Community

The St. Anastasia Knights of Columbus and the Troy Police Department are teaming up to offer this special presentation to our St. Anastasia family and the Troy community:

Monday, February 22, 2016 – 7:00 – 8:30 PM in the Davidson Center

Our world is changing every day with more frequent acts of violence and criminal activity. Each of us needs to increase our awareness within our community to keep our family and ourselves safe from the violence that is occurring. We have all heard about devastating violence that has hit our communities at movie theaters, shopping malls, places of worship, schools, businesses, highways, banks, military recruitment centers and the list goes on.

Please join us as we learn about all the important information that our Troy Police Department Law Enforcement Team has put together to present to all of us so we can be more prepared for what could happen unexpectedly at any time, at any place.

Points of interest:

  • What to be aware of
  • What to look for
  • What to do in case of being involved in a violent situation
  • What to do in case of an emergency.
  • Who to contact if you see someone or something suspicious.

There will be plenty of time at the end of the presentation for you to ask questions regarding this very important subject that is affecting our community and nation.

Light refreshments will be provided by the Knights of Columbus.

Project Linus Blanket Party

We will be hosting the next Project Linus Blanket making party on Saturday, February 20th from 9 am to 3 pm in the Davidson Center

We are in need of as many pieces of 2.5 yards of pre-washed flannel that you can provide. We also need satin blanket binding in red, black, brown, orange, turquoise, hot pink and any prints. We are always in need of baby soft yarn. If the thought of going to a fabric store is overwhelming we will be happy to accept donations and do the shopping for you. Because we shop the sales we are able to make a flannel blanket with a satin binding on one edge for less than $5.00. Project Linus is a 501C3, so your donations are tax-deductible.

If you are planning to come and work at the blanket party please call or e-mail your reservation to Allyson Wyckhuyse, or call her: 248-828-7511.


May God Bless Your Day.


South Oakland Shelter

We will be partnering with St. Thomas More on Adams Road in Troy to care for 30 SOS guests the week of March 3-6, 2016.

During this time period, our parish will support, nourish and provide transportation to guests housed at St Thomas More. Specific to transportation there is an opportunity to volunteer for either AM or PM driving both.

We are also in need of overnight hosts (male and female) Wed – Sat evening – shifts are 10pm – 2am, 2am – 6am.

We will be in the narthex after all Masses Jan. 9/10 and you can sign up then!

We are also seeking specific food donations.

To the extent that you think you may be able to help with one or more of these times, please let me know. Your sacrifice of a few short hours will make a significant difference in the lives of these people in need.  If you have questions, please contact Kim Houseman.