In comfortable, Christ-centered learning environments, students will use collaboration and choice to develop the leadership qualities of respect, confidence, and responsible citizenship needed to serve God and to live in community with one another.
To be all that God created us to be
Demonstrating humility and kindness towards others, and developing leadership qualities of respect, confidence, and responsible leadership. St. Anne taught us the importance of prayer, gratitude, and perseverance.
Through the Religious Education Program, students learn about the Sacraments of Baptism, Reconciliation, First Communion, and Confirmation. Although these sacraments are discussed in class, it is the parents' responsibility to contact thier parish to register their child for a specific sacrament. For more information, visit the St. Matthew Parish website here.
13131 - 86 Street
Edmonton, AB T5E 3B5
Rev. Sathiaseelan Kulandaisamy
Mary Ann Beaulieu
Tuesday - Saturday 9:00 am
Saturday - 5:00 pm
Sunday - 9:00 am & 11:00 am
Please register before coming to Mass.
Our School Namesake: St. Anne
Anne is known to us because she is the mother of Mary and grandmother of Jesus. Anne and her husband Joachim loved God and prayed for a child. It seemed as though God did not hear their prayers because years went by and a child never came. But they kept praying nonetheless.
When it seemed Anne was too old to have a child, God graced them with one. They called their special child Mary, a name which means "incense that rises up to God." Anne's daughter became the woman that all Jewish women longed to be, the mother of the Messiah.
Anne was proud of Jesus. As his grandmother, she often had the opportunities to hold him and play with him. He often came to her house to visit.
Anne, whose name means "full of grace," was a holy woman who kept praying. Saint Anne shows us the importance of prayer, gratitude, and perseverance.
Saint Anne's feast day is July 26.