Mass of Remembrance


  During the month of November the Church traditionally remembers “our brothers and sisters who have fallen asleep in the hope of the resurrection”.

  Beginning November 1st our Book of Remembrance will be available near the baptismal font.  You are invited to write the names of your loved ones who have died.

  On Thursday, November 2nd at 7:00 p.m. a Mass will be offered to remember those who have gone before us, especially those buried from St. Anastasia this past year.   Everyone is invited to come to remember all of our loved ones who have preceded us into the Kingdom of Heaven and to share an expression of sympathy with all who have suffered loss through death.  The liturgy will be followed by light refreshments.


Pinatas! Oct. 28 & 29

Come join us after every Mass in the Social Hall on the weekend of the 28/29 for a crowd favorite – “Pinatas with the Padre!”

FREE to enter, FREE refreshments!

Masses on Oct. 28th and 29th are:
Saturday at 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm
Sunday at 8:15 am, 10:15 am, 12:15pm, 5:00 pm

All are welcome.

Next Planning Meeting for our 50th Anniversary

St. Anastasia Church is celebrating 50 years in 2018!

Lots of hands and hearts are needed!

You are invited to our next planning meeting to see what it’s all about.

When? Sunday, Nov. 19th from 11:30-1 pm.  We will meet in the Davidson Center during the K of C’s Pancake Breakfast.  

You do NOT have to buy breakfast to attend (just let them know you’re here for the meeting), but you are welcome to buy breakfast if you’d like! 

Please help spread the word.  

Please email Brenda Kozlowski, Parish Life,  or call  at 248-689-8380 ext. 103 if you have any questions, are interested in being on the Committee, or are planning to attend the meeting.  An RSVP is appreciated, but not required.

Register now!

Fr. Steve will be inviting us to come together in October for 5 weeks. We will be partaking in a wonderful study called Altaration, taking a look at the Catholic Mass. We meet on Mondays starting October 9, 16, 23, 30 & November 6, at 7:00 p.m. in the Davidson Center. The purpose of this series is to look at and capture the beauty and depth of the Mass.  Some Catholics consider the Mass to be a bit antiquated and rather boring. Even those of us with deeper knowledge of what is transpiring during the liturgy can find it difficult to focus at times for a variety of reasons.

We live in an over stimulated, visually based media culture, one in which attention spans have been shortened and people often prefer entertainment to engagement. We will begin to look at the Mass from one of opinion to one of perspective. We will point out how our own perspectives can be more reactive than proactive. When we begin to understand what the Mass really is, we see how shortsighted and at times even blind we are to the reality of the Mass as it unfolds before us.

The Mass is a profound mystery to be sure. As the Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC) reminds us, “Liturgical catechesis aims to initiate people into the mystery of Christ… by proceeding from the visible to the invisible, from the sign to the thing signified, from the sacraments to the mysteries.” (CCC 1075)

I am hoping to see you all there! If you have any questions, please give me call. I can be reached at 248-689-8380, Ext. 120. Register by email 

God bless,

Regina Simony

RCIA & Adult Faith Coordinator

Mom & Tot playgroup

We are ramping up to start a new year of Mom & Tot group at St. Anastasia! Meet us in the Social Hall the first Wednesday of each month from 10:00a.m. – 11:45a.m.  2017 dates include: Nov. 1, and Dec. 6. On Oct. 4, we will be doing a simple service project for the parish and receiving a copy of the book discussion we will do Nov. 1. Don’t miss out! Kids can play and moms can enjoy fellowship. See you there!

St. Anastasia Mom & Tot group is a group for our parish moms to share in fellowship, grow together in our parenting, marriages, faith lives and daily lives, serve our parish community, and support each other and allow ourselves to be supported, through playdates, simple service projects, book discussions and friendship.

Questions? Email Melissa

Melissa Zech