Welcome to the website of Ste. Anne Parish on Mackinac Island, Michigan.
Ste. Anne Catholic Church is located on Mackinac Island in the Straits of Mackinac where the upper and lower peninsulas of Michigan meet. We serve the community and visitors of Mackinac Island year 'round.
Ste. Anne Church is the perfect setting for your Catholic wedding. Learn more...
Congratulations to the winner of our Summer Raffle!
Congratulations to winner Tom Doud (left) of Brighton, MI. Winning ticket was drawn on Oct. 23rd by Father Edward.
Father Edward B. Baafi
Father Edward B. Baafi, Associate Pastor, comes to us from Kumasi in the Diocese of Konongo-Mompong in Ghana. With a population of two million, Kumasi is the second largest ciy in Ghana, located in a tropical climate. He came to us on the evening of our first snow!
Age 44, Fr. Edward is the fifth of eight children in his family, with two sisters and five brothers in Ghana. He taught math, science, agriculture and English in middle school for two years then entered the seminary and was ordained a priest on August 5, 2006. He most recently served as a paster for six years at St. Stephen's Parish in Juaben, Ghana.
He now lives at Ste. Anne Parish's rectory on Mackinac Island, with alternative accommodations at the rectory at St. Ignatius Loyola when he is serving Immaculate Conception and St. Ignatius Loyola.
Father comes to us with many talents and a true heart for serving the Lord wherever he is called. He hopes to "show and share the love of God with our three parishes and be of real help to our bishop and Fr. Frank." He is a skilled cook, teacher and writer with a sense of humor!
Fr. Edward and our First Communicants 2016
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Above photo courtesy of Andrejka.
Father Francis J. Ricca
Father Edward B. Baafi
Current Mass Schedule:
Saturday Mass - (will resume next spring)
Sunday Mass - 10:30 AM
Our parish has a long and fascinating connection with this historic Great Lakes region. Learn more and view historical photos on our History page. Our museum in the church basement gives you a fascinating overview of our place in Mackinac history. Be sure to stop by on your next visit to Mackinac. We also offer educational, religious and souvenir items in our gift shop in the lower level. For more information on how you can support Ste. Anne Church and our programs, visit the Contribute page. We are always looking for volunteers! More information...
Read the article by Brother Jim Boynton S.J. that appeared in Company Magazine.
Ste. Anne Church would like to welcome anyone interested in becoming a member of our parish. Please register as a parishioner at the Parish Hall.