St. Anne of the Sunset, San Francisco

A Roman Catholic Church located in the Inner Sunset District of San Francisco

Mission: We commit ourselves to sharing the mission belonging to all followers of Christ, caring for one another and reaching out to those in need. We commit ourselves to participating meaningfully in the celebration of the Sacraments, especially the Eucharist. We commit ourselves to developing a stronger sense of stewardship. We commit ourselves to regularly evaluating our works and ministries.

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El nacimiento del Señor (Navidad)

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Amigos, nuestro Evangelio de Navidad es el Prólogo del Evangelio de Juan. De algún modo es el Evangelio completo, en efecto la Biblia completa en miniatura.

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The Nativity of the Lord (Christmas)

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adventreflections.com Friends, our Gospel for Christmas day is the Prologue to the Gospel of John. In many ways, it is the entire Gospel, indeed the entire Bible, in miniature.

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Fourth Tuesday of Advent

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Friends, in today’s Gospel the Canticle of Zechariah declares how Jesus fulfills the Old Testament’s expectations of salvation.

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Martes de la cuarta semana de Adviento

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Amigos, en el Evangelio de hoy el Cántico de Zacarías declara cómo Jesús consuma las expectativas de salvación del Antiguo Testamento.

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Fourth Monday of Advent

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adventreflections.com Friends, today’s Gospel tells the story of the birth and naming of John the Baptist. John’s father Zechariah had been rendered speechless after his vision in the sanctuary, but we hear that “his mouth was opened, his tongue freed, and he spoke blessing God.” What follows this passage is the ...

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Lunes de la cuarta semana de Adviento

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adventreflections.com Amigos, el Evangelio de hoy relata la circunstancia en que nace y ponen el nombre a Juan el Bautista. Zacarías el padre de Juan ha sido dejado mudo después de la visión en el santuario, pero escuchamos que “en aquel momento recobró el habla, se soltó su lengua y hablaba bendiciendo a Dios”....

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Cuarto domingo de Adviento

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adventreflections.com La declaración central del Cristianismo –aún sorprendente luego de dos mil años– es que Dios se hizo humano. El creador del cosmos, que trasciende toda definición o concepto, tomó para sí una naturaleza como la nuestra, haciéndose uno de nosotros. El Cristianismo afirma que lo infinito y ...

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Fourth Sunday of Advent

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com The central claim of Christianity—still startling after two thousand years—is that God became human. The creator of the cosmos, who transcends any definition or concept, took to himself a nature like ours, becoming one of us. Christianity asserts that the infinite and the finite met, that the et...

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Sábado de la tercera semana de Adviento

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adventreflections.com Amigos, el Evangelio de hoy cuenta la maravillosa narración de la Visitación. En la Anunciación, el ángel le dijo a María que el hijo que concebiría en su seno sería el nuevo David.

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Third Saturday of Advent

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adventreflections.com Friends, today’s Gospel tells the marvelous story of the Visitation. At the Annunciation, the angel had told Mary that the child to be conceived in her would be the new David.

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Viernes de la tercera semana de Adviento

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adventreflections.com Frente a esta apabullante palabra, María se confunde: “¿De qué modo se hará esto, pues no conozco varón?”. Y no puede empezar a imaginar las consecuencias completas de aceptar esta invitación: vergüenza, exilio, persecución violenta, la agonía final en el Calvario.

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Third Friday of Advent

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adventreflections.com In the face of this overwhelming word, Mary is confused: “How is this possible, since I do not know man?” And she cannot begin to imagine the full consequences of accepting this invitation: shame, exile, violent pursuit, the final agony on Calvary.

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Jueves de la tercera semana de Adviento

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adventreflections.com Amigos, nuestro Evangelio de hoy es del primer capítulo de Lucas, que está cuidadosamente empapado de temas Davídicos del Antiguo Testamento.

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Third Thursday of Advent

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adventreflections.com Friends, our Gospel today is from the first chapter of the Gospel of Luke, which is thoroughly drenched in Davidic themes from the Old Testament.

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Miércoles de la tercera semana de Adviento

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adventreflections.com Amigos, en el Evangelio de hoy un Ángel le dice a José en un sueño que llame a su hijo Jesús “porque Él salvará a su pueblo de sus pecados”.

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Third Wednesday of Advent

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Friends, in today’s Gospel an angel tells Joseph in a dream to name his son Jesus “because he will save his people from their sins.”

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Martes de la tercera semana de Adviento

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adventreflections.com Amigos, leemos hoy las líneas iniciales del Evangelio de Mateo –las primeras palabras que uno lee en el Nuevo Testamento. Son una lista de la genealogía de Jesús, las cuarenta y dos generaciones que se extienden desde Abraham hasta Cristo. Si la Palabra verdaderamente habitó entre nosotros, en...

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Third Tuesday of Advent

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Friends, today we read the opening lines of Matthew’s Gospel—the first words that one reads in the New Testament. They are a listing of the genealogy of Jesus, the forty-two generations that stretch from Abraham to Christ. If the Word truly dwelt among us, then he was part of a family that, like...

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Lunes de la tercera semana de Adviento

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adventreflections.com Amigos, en el Evangelio de hoy los sumos sacerdotes y ancianos preguntan a Jesús: “¿Con qué autoridad haces todo esto? ¿Quién te ha dado esa autoridad?”.

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Third Monday of Advent

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adventreflections.com Friends, in today’s Gospel the chief priests and elders question Jesus: “By what authority are you doing these things? And who gave you this authority?”

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Tercer domingo de Adviento

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Amigos, en el Evangelio de hoy Juan el Bautista pregunta a Jesús si es “Él mismo… ¿o tenemos que esperar a otro?”. Cuando esta consulta es transmitida a Jesús, el Señor no responde teóricamente, sino más bien señalando cosas que están ocurriendo.

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Third Sunday of Advent

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Friends, in today’s Gospel John the Baptist asks if Jesus is “the one . . . or should we look to another?” When this inquiry is conveyed to Jesus, the Lord does not respond theoretically, but rather by pointing to things that are happening.

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Memoria de San Juan de la Cruz

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Nos encontramos, San Juan de la Cruz enseña, en el medio de un mundo bueno y hermoso, pero estamos destinados finalmente a la unión con Dios. De modo que el alma tiene que liberarse de sus apegos a las cosas finitas para así estar libre para la comunión con Dios.

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Memorial of Saint John of the Cross

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com We find ourselves, St. John of the Cross taught, in the midst of a good and beautiful world, but we are meant finally for union with God. Therefore, the soul has to become free from its attachments to finite things so as to be free for communion with God.

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Fiesta de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Cuando María dice “He aquí la esclava del Señor, hágase en mí según tu palabra” ella demuestra tanta fe y así enmienda el rechazo de Eva. Y este fiat a lo imposible hace posible la Encarnación de Dios. Al aceptar la seducción del encantador Misterio, ella permitió al amor de Dios encar...

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Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Friends, today’s Gospel declares the significance of Mary’s fiat. When Mary says, “Here am I, the servant of the Lord; let it be with me according to your word,” she exhibits such faith and thereby undoes the refusal of Eve. And this fiat to the impossible made possible the Incarnation of Go...

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Miércoles de la segunda semana de Adviento

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com ¿Qué es lo que hace nuestra vida pesada y abatida? Precisamente la carga de nuestros propios egos, el peso de nuestro propio yo. Cuando me agrando por mi propia autoestima, estoy llevando todo ese peso. Jesús dice: “Háganse como niños. Quítense esa carga de sus hombros y carguen el peso de m...

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Second Wednesday of Advent

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com What is it that makes our lives heavy and weighed down? Precisely the burden of our own egos, the weight of one’s own self. When I am puffing myself up with my own self-importance, I’m laboring under all that weight. Jesus is saying, “Become a child. Take that weight off your shoulders and put...

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Martes de la segunda semana de Adviento

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Amigos, Jesús pregunta en el Evangelio de hoy: “Si un hombre tiene cien ovejas y se le extravía una de ellas, ¿no dejará en los montes las noventa y nueve e irá a buscar la extraviada?”. Bien, ¡por supuesto que no! Ningún pastor que se precie de tal pensaría nunca en hacer algo así. Si ...

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Second Tuesday of Advent

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Friends, in today’s Gospel Jesus asks: “If a man has a hundred sheep and one of them goes astray, will he not leave the ninety-nine in the hills and go in search of the stray?” Well, of course not! No self-respecting shepherd would ever think of doing that. If you were a shepherd, you’d cut ...

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Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com From the cross, Jesus pronounced this word to St. John: “Son, behold your mother.” He was giving Mary not only to John, but through John to the whole Church. Mary would be the mother of all the beloved disciples of Jesus up and down the centuries.

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Solemnidad de la Inmaculada Concepción de la Santísima Virgen María

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Desde la Cruz, Jesús pronunció estas palabras a San Juan: “Hijo, aquí tienes a tu madre”. Le estaba regalando a María no solo a Juan, sino que a través de Juan a toda la Iglesia. María sería la madre de todos los amados discípulos de Jesús a lo largo de todos los siglos.

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Segundo domingo de Adviento

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com El Adviento es mejor comprendido como una preparación para una revolución. Las lecturas de la liturgia para este tiempo del año –se enfocan en Isaías, Juan el Bautista, María y Jesús– crujen positivamente con energía y electricidad. Cuando buscamos comprenderlas en sus propios términos y...

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Second Sunday of Advent

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Advent is best understood as a preparation for a revolution. The liturgical readings for this time of the year—focusing on Isaiah, John the Baptist, Mary, and Jesus—positively crackle with energy and electricity. When we seek to understand them on their own terms and in the context of the time i...

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Memorial of Saint Ambrose

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Friends, today Jesus instructs us to pray for laborers for the harvest, for disciples to do the work of evangelization. We need to organize our lives around evangelization. Everything we do ought to be related somehow to it. This doesn’t mean that we all have to become professional evangelizers. R...

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Sábado de la primera semana de Adviento

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Amigos, hoy Jesús nos enseña a rezar por trabajadores para la cosecha, por discípulos que realicen la obra de la evangelización. Necesitamos organizar nuestras vidas en torno a la evangelización. Todo lo que hacemos debería estar relacionado de algún modo a ello. Esto no

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First Friday of Advent

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Blindness in the Bible is very often a symbol of spiritual blindness: the incapacity to see what truly matters. Focused on the worldly goods of wealth, pleasure, power, and honor, most people don’t see how blind they are to the truly important things: giving oneself to the grace of God and living ...

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Viernes de la primera semana de Adviento

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com La ceguera en la Biblia es a menudo un símbolo de la ceguera espiritual: la incapacidad de ver lo que realmente interesa. Centrados en los bienes mundanos de riqueza, placer, poder y honor la mayoría de la gente no ve cuán ciegos están de las cosas verdaderamente importantes: entregarse a la gra...

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Jueves de la primera semana de Adviento

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Amigos, el Evangelio de hoy nos desafía a reaccionar ante la Buena Noticia. ¿Sobre qué precisamente está edificada toda tu vida? Tu corazón o alma son tu centro, el lugar donde eres más autentica y profundamente tú mismo. Ese es tu punto de contacto con Dios. Allí encontrarás la energía qu...

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First Thursday of Advent

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Friends, today’s Gospel challenges us to act on the Good News. On what precisely is the whole of your life built? Your heart or soul is the center of you, the place where you are most authentically and deeply yourself. That is your point of contact with God. There you will find the energy that und...

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First Wednesday of Advent

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Friends, in today’s Gospel Jesus multiplies the loaves and the fishes. There is no better exemplification in the Scriptures of what I have called the loop of grace. God offers, as a sheer grace, the gift of being, but if we try to cling to that gift and make it our own, we lose it.

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Miércoles de la primera semana de Adviento

Advent Gospel Reflection w/ Bishop Robert Barron

adventreflections.com Amigos, en el Evangelio de hoy Jesús multiplica los panes y los peces. No hay una mejor ejemplificación en las Escrituras de lo que he dado en llamar el círculo de la gracia. Dios ofrece, como gracia pura, el don del existir, pero si intentamos aferrarnos a ese don y hacerlo nuestro, lo perdemos.

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850 Judah St
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Pastor: Rev. Daniel Nascimento Daily Masses: Monday-Friday 6:30am, 8:45am Sunday Masses: Saturday (Vigil): 5:00pm Sunday: 7:30, 9:00, 10:30am, 12:00 noon (Cantonese)

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Monday 09:00 - 16:30
Tuesday 09:00 - 16:30
Wednesday 09:00 - 16:30
Thursday 09:00 - 16:30
Friday 09:00 - 16:30
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