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Henry V. Petter

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St. Ann Catholic Parish

HQ Phone:  (972) 393-5544

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St. Ann Catholic Parish

180 Samuel Blvd.

Coppell, Texas,75019

United States

Company Description

We are a welcoming inclusive Catholic Parish centered in the Eucharist, grounded in prayer, learning, living, and teaching our faith in service to the community. PPC relies deeply on the Holy Spirit and prayer during monthly meetings and any discernment proc...more

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St Elizabeth Ann Seton Cthlc


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Our Story | St. Ann Catholic Parish | Coppell, TX

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Henry Petter was appointed as the 3 rd Pastor of St. Ann Parish, assisted by Parochial Vicars Fr. Patrick Olaleye from Nigeria and Fr. Orlando Cardozo, a Dominican from Colombia.


Pastoral Contacts | St. Ann Catholic Parish | Coppell, TX

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Fr. Henry Petter
Pastor


OBITUARY | Msgr. Thomas W. Weinzapfel | The Texas Catholic

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Henry Petter, pastor of St. Ann Catholic Church in Coppell, talked about Msgr.
Weinzapfel's interests as a pastor and a person who liked being part of a community and who liked to have fun. At the start of his homily, he acknowledged the standing-room-only crowd. "Wow, I think if the monsignor were here, he would like to take up a collection," he said to a roar of laughter and looked back at the bishop. "Maybe we should." Often to laughter from the congregation, he told stories about Msgr. Weinzapfel's deep faith, his commitment to his St. Pius community, his love of counseling and advising people, especially youth, and how he loved to play and win at golf, how he enjoyed taking passengers on his plane and how he used his bicycle to help feed his flock, while being fed at the same time. Petter said. "He really tried to tell the bishop how to run this diocese," he said to more laughter. Survivors include sisters Juanita Bright of Medford, Ore.; and Mary Birden of Denton; a brother and sister-in-law, Henry and Janie Weinzapfel, of Muenster, as well as 29 nieces and nephews and numerous great nieces and nephews.


Safe Environment | St. Ann Catholic Parish | Coppell, TX

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Henry V. Petter
Pastor St. Ann Catholic Parish 180 Samuel Blvd. Coppell, Texas 75019 Parish Phone Number 972-393-5544 Fax Number 972-462-1617


Initiative encourages a return to confession | The Texas Catholic

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Henry Petter, pastor of St. Ann Catholic Church in Coppell.
"We're all sinners, and we all need that grace, especially with more serious sins. Even I go to confession." Last year eight priests, many coming from Holy Trinity Seminary and The Highlands School in Irving, heard confessions at St. Ann from 6:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Msgr. Petter said he hopes that even more people take advantage of the sacrament during the parish mission and the parish's expanded Lenten confession times, in addition to the two Wednesday evenings of the "Light Is ON for You" campaign. Catholics are obliged to confess serious sins at least once a year, something that, together with the reception of the Eucharist, is commonly known as the "Easter duty." "But with a parish of 29,000 parishioners, we could be hearing confessions for 24 hours straight," Msgr. Petter said.


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