Welcome to Saint Anselm


St. Anselm Church is a caring committed, Catholic community fostering a close and effective collaboration among the clergy, religious and laity, living the Gospel message of Jesus Christ. With appreciation of our diversity, we create a welcoming partnership of loving relationships through our commitment to sharing our time, talent, and treasure. We provide an atmosphere of collective thankfulness and spiritual nourishment through our vibrant sacramental life.



Alpha Series

Alpha is coming starting February 4th!

Alpha is a place to explore the Christian faith with others. It is a series of conversations focused on the questions of life, faith and meaning. Each session includes a time to meet and connect with others, a talk on some element of faith and then a chance to share your own questions and perspectives in a small group.

The sessions will be in-person in the Church Hall on Fridays, from 6 to 7:30pm, starting on February 4th. Food will be served.

So… tell your neighbors, friends, and anyone who maybe interested in checking out Alpha.  ALL are welcome!  For more information and to sign up, visit our Alpha page. Come and See. Sign Up Now!


Taizé Prayer

January 20th at 7 pm

Taizé Prayer is based on the Evening Prayer from the Liturgy of the Hours and is modeled on the style of prayer from the Taizé Community in France. The sanctuary is candle-lit and the music is repetitive and chant-like.

Those who attend regularly find a profound peace and tranquility in this style of prayer. Everyone, regardless of one’s faith tradition, is welcome to this ecumenical prayer service. Learn more about Taizé: The Quieting Mystical Experience of TaizePrayer.


World Day of Peace – January 1, 2022

In every age, peace is both a gift from on high and the fruit of a shared commitment. Indeed, we can speak of an “architecture” of peace, to which different institutions of society contribute, and an “art” of peace that directly involves each one of us. [3] All can work together to build a more peaceful world, starting from the hearts of individuals and relationships in the family, then within society and with the environment, and all the way up to relationships between peoples and nations.

From Pope Francis’s message for the celebration of the 55th World Day of Peace


In Loving Memory

Reverend James Bertelli

1928 – 2022


Outdoor Drive In Mass

Click here to read the Sudbury Town Crier article about our outdoor masses.


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ON A JOURNEY WITH CHRIST TO WELCOME, LOVE & SERVE