"To celebrate Easter is to believe once more that God constantly breaks into our personal histories, challenging our 'conventions', those fixed ways of thinking and acting that end up paralyzing us. To celebrate Easter is to allow Jesus to triumph over the craven fear that so often assails us and tries to bury every kind of hope.
Pope Francis
Easter Vigil Mass 2018
WORSHIP: The Intimate Encounter with Christ

Liturgies

The Mass is the primary place of intimate encounter with the Risen Jesus here at St. Anthony's. Why does the Church ask those who make up the Body of Christ to gather at least once a week to receive his living Presence in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass? Because “without me, you can do nothing” (Jn 15:5). This is the humble recognition of those who seek to love the Father by “keeping Holy the Sabbath” every Sunday.

Sunday
7:00AM, 10:00AM, 12:00PM and 6:30PM

Saturday Evening
5:00PM

Weekdays
Daily Masses in Holy Family Chapel: Mon-Sat: 8:00AM. We say Morning Prayer of the Divine Office after the 8:00AM Daily Mass Monday-Saturday.
Tuesday evenings: Mass 6:30PM, 13 Tuesdays Novena to St. Anthony, Adoration until 8 PM. Confession is available


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Lector Schedule
Eucharistic Minister Schedule

 

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Thanksgiving Prayer to St. Anthony

Most loving protector, St. Anthony, what gift can I give you in exchange to show my heartfelt gratitude? With your continued help I will show appreciation to you by being more faithful to God, more constant in prayer, and readier to do good to those nearest me....May these intentions convey my great thanks to the triune God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and to our blessed Lady, Queen of heaven and earth.

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Anima Christi

Soul of Christ sanctify me; Body of Christ, save me; Blood of Christ, inebriate me; Water from the side of Christ, wash me; Passion of Christ, strengthen me; O Good Jesus, hear me; Within your wounds, hide me; Never permit me to be separated from you; From the wicked enemy, defend me; In the hour of my death, call me; And bid me to come to your side, that with your saints I may praise you, for ever and ever. Amen

-Blessed Bernadine of Feltran


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