NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - St. Ann’s Church and School celebrated its 100th anniversary on Saturday.

The Catholic school was founded in 1921 and they had a large celebration that included a special presentation, celebratory mass and an evening of dancing.

For those in the parish, it shows years of dedication.

“One hundred years shows the faith, hope and love of a lot of people – the parents, the children and all the grandparents, the parish as a whole,” said Bishop J. Mark Spalding. “St. Ann’s had a lot of good people to make sure good things happen for children and grandchildren.”

St. Ann’s is the oldest Catholic school in Nashville.

 

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