Welcome to St. Ann's Catholic Church!

Weekend Mass Schedule:   
  • Saturday 4pm vigil Mass (St. Ann Parish, Plattsburg, MO)
  • Sunday 8am morning Mass (St. Joseph Parish, Easton, MO)
  •  Sunday 10 am morning Mass (St. Ann Parish, Plattsburg, MO)  

Confession Schedule:   

  • Saturday 3:00pm at St. Ann, Plattsburg, MO
  •  Sunday 7:30am at St. Joseph, Easton.  
  • Wedesday 5:00pm at St. Ann Parish in Plattsburg, MO.     

Weekday Mass schedule:  

  • Tuesday 7am Mass at St. Joseph, Easton
  • Wednesday 6pm Mass (Traditional Latin Mass) at St. Ann, Plattsburg
  • Thursday 8am Mass at St. Ann, Plattsburg
  • Friday 8am Mass at St. Ann, Plattsburg
  • As daily Mass times are subject to change, please consult front cover of current bulletin.  

Eucharistic Adoration

  • Every Wednesday from 4:00pm - 5:45pm
  • First Friday of each month from 8:30am - Noon (usually concluded with Benediction)

The parish phone number is (816) 539-2634.

Whether you live in the area or are just passing through, we would welcome you to join us for Mass.  

At St. Ann's (and St. Joseph's) you will find a friendly family of faith eager to welcome newcomers and those looking for a church home.  If you are interested in learning more about the Catholic Faith, we have classes and other resources to offer you on your search for Truth and meaning. 

Travel Plans? Make plans for Mass away from home!

Upcoming Events

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If you would like to pray the Liturgy of the Hours...

...click on the link iBreviary at the top of our website!  

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We invite you to listen to The Understanding the Scriptures Podcast, a free 30-episode audio Bible study that covers the entire Bible!

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Who Is St. Ann?

Our parish is named after Saint Ann (also known as Anne or Anna, from the Hebrew name: Hannah חַנָּה, meaning "favor" or "grace") of King David's house and line, was the mother of the Virgin Mary and grandmother of Jesus Christ.