St. Anne's Society

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Not to be confused with Society of Saint Anne.

The St. Anne's Society is a Catholic support group for women.

Anna (Hebrew: hanna‎) means "grace". St. Anne is the patroness of mothers, nascent women, widows, sailors, poor schools, and Christians.

The St. Anne's Society was founded in 1881 by Anna Wick as the St. Anne's Mother's Society.

The purpose of this society is to provide an opportunity for families to assist parish programs, to be involved in spiritual, educational. Encourage women blessed with the gift of motherhood to fulfill their vocation with the, humility, dignity and love of St. Anne.

St. Anne's Society is active in almost every Catholic parish of Polonia in the United States.

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