St. Ann's Catholic Mission

Organization Description: 

St. Ann's Catholic Mission is a Catholic parish serving the Matis Native American people of the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation. We serve through parish ministries, retreats, St. Ann's Catholic grade school, youth ministry and various other outreach programs such as the Healthy Family and Marriage Initiative.

1 St. Ann's Rd/Hwy 5
Belcourt, ND 58316
Mission Statement: 

We commit ourselves in openness to the Holy Spirit to live and celebrate the Paschal Mystery as family ecclesial teams in oneness with our Native American brothers and sisters; to foster Christian family life serving in deepest areas of apostolic need; to pursue oneess in our parish family; to have an openness to be continually formed; to have a willingness to serve in the formation of others; and to give Trinitarian family unity as imaged in the Holy Family, journeying with our Native American brothers and sisters in discipleship.

Organizational Statement of Faith: 

This mission is served by members of the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity who commit themselves to daily, personal encounters with the living Jesus Christ of the Scriptures, to come to the communion of the Most Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, to live the Paschal Mystery as disciples of Jesus and Mary, living the evangelical counsels, united in Eucharistic life, prayer and service in areas of deepest apostolic need, for the integral development of all peoples,
leading them to become disciples of Jesus and Mary.

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