The Shrine of Saint Ann
St. Ann  is the Grandmother of Jesus.
What better place to come to pray for your grandchildren and family!

"The Holy Family began with St. Ann"
Begin your own "Holy" family at the Shrine of St. Ann.

(The Annual Novena - July 18-26)
Plan to come!
If you are interested in helping the Shrine Committee
to develop the shrine, let Sr. Pat Hottinger know.

3 Masses daily: 6:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m.
Only one Mass on Sunday: 9:30 a.m.

The Novena Masses include Novena Prayers
& Blessing with the relic of St. Ann.
Blessed Oil, Water, Rosaries, Chaplets and Prayer Booklets are available.
Call to make an appointment
To visit the Shrine all year round.

Bring your friends & relatives.
Especially, bring grandchildren.

1405 N. Taylor (Just north of Page Blvd.)

Take Kingshighway to Page Blvd.
Go east on Page to Taylor.
Turn left (north) on Taylor and go one block.
(Click one of the zoom buttons on the left side of the map.)
The Rectory Chapel is just around the corner at
4515 Evans Ave.

Weddings & Windows

The magnificent windows of Visitation/St. Ann's Shrine
reflect for the visitor a record of two great realities of our Christian faith.  This would be an ideal setting for a small Catholic wedding.

Call   -  631-535-8804
Seating Capacity  -  300
Price  -  (Call for non-parishioners)
Fenced Parking Lot
Wheelchair accessible

The Visitation

Mary, pregnant with Jesus, goes to her cousin Elizabeth who is pregnant with John the Baptist.
Notice the details of the cloth on the women's garments.
Notice the detail of the hand of Zachariah, John's father.

The Annunciation in St. Ann's Home

In the home of St. Ann, the Angel Gabriel goes to her daughter, the virgin Mary, to announce that Jesus is to be born of her.
Notice the details of fabric, Gabriel, Mary and the dove.

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Visitation/St. Ann's Shrine
4515 Evans Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63113
Parish: 314-535-8804
Fax: 314-531-8486