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Founded:1860
Lac Ste. Anne Parish
Comp 33, Site 114, RR 1
Alberta Beach, AB T0E 0A1
Phone: (587) 409-1067
A Parish of The Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton
 

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Mass on Sundays at 10:00 a.m. at Lac Ste. Anne Parish and 12:00 p.m. at Our Lady of the Lake, Alexis except the fourth Sunday of the month.

 


On the first Sunday of the month, you are invited to stay after 10:00 am Mass and share coffee and fellowship with your fellow parishioners. Next scheduled is August 03,2014. 



Please note that Lac Ste. Anne Pilgrimage is a separate entity from Lac Ste. Anne Parish.  If you would like more information on the Pilgrimage please visit lsap.ca




PARISH COUNCIL ELECTED 2013 - 2016:

President, Mary Lutz
Secretary, Cecile Bulva
Réal Boucher

Bob Kennedy

Edwena Kotylak, Community Life Committee Representative

Kevin McNeely, Liturgy Committee Representative

Dominique Paquin, Finance Committee Representative; Vice-President

Corrine Potts, Alexis Nakota Sioux First Nations Representative

Yvonne Rain, Paul Band First Nations Representative

Jeannette Symbaluk, Music Ministry Representative

 Ex-Officio Members:  Fr. Les Kwiatkowski, Fr. Gerry LeStrat; 
Treasurer:  Joyce Walters



Father Les Kwiatkowski, OMI, officially became parish priest of Lac Ste. Anne Parish, Our Lady of Mercy Parish, Enoch, St. Alexander, Alexis and Paul Band on June 1, 2012.

Father Les was born September 13, 1960 in Poland in a family of three boys. He graduated from agriculture college and joined the Missionary Oblates Order which specialized in foreign missions.

Father Les was ordained on June 17, 1987 in Obra, Poland and assigned to the Native Ministry in Canada. In 1990, Father Les immigrated to Canada. After a three month English course he was assigned to the North West Territories to work with the Dene People. Some of the communities he worked in were Fort Liard, Fort Providence and Fort Simpson. After five years, in 1995, Father Les was transferred to the Blood Reserve in Southern Alberta.

He spent ten years there. He says, “it was a wonderful experience for me because I could learn a lot about Native spirituality and their culture”. During this time, he was greatly involved in the Cursillo and Search Movement. Father Les spent the last eight years in Wabasca. He enjoys hunting and fishing.








































































 

 
 


 

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