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"The spirit of humility is sweeter than honey, and those who nourish themselves with this honey produce sweet fruit." ~St. Anthony

“Christians must lean on the Cross of Christ just as travelers lean on a staff when they begin a long journey.” ~ St. Anthony

"We are formed by environment and grace, by politics and prayer, by church and conscience. All God's creatures conspire to teach us as well. We stumble. We stutter. We rise. We are lifted." ~ St. Anthony

  •             Saint Anthony
          2018 Lenten Schedule

    • St. Anthony's Own Lenten and Holy Week Schedules
    • Fr. Mulvehill's Lenten Letter
    • A Short Explanation of the Forty Days of Lent
    • Lenten Regulations and Programs
    • Weekday Mass Schedule at Area Churches

    PLEASE NOTE:  There will be no 5:00pm Mass on Easter Sunday ONLY

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    St. Anthony 2018 Lenten Schedule


  • About Saint Anthony of Padua

    Anthony was born in Lisbon, Portugal, in 1195 and from an early age wished to become a missionary. He joined the Franciscan order in 1220 and was sent to Morocco, but ill health forced his return to Europe. In order to attend a general chapter of the Franciscans, he visited Assisi in 1221, when Francis was still alive. He then taught theology in Italy and travelled throughout France, and later Italy again, preaching (he was the foremost preacher in his day) and furthering the work of his order. 


From The Pastor

Father Mulvehill's blog

The Scriptures: Ever old and ever new - The Fifth Sunday of Lent

Saturday, March 17, 2018
Dear Parishioners, One day last week the scripture reading for the Divine Office was taken from Psalm 69, and in the wake of the storms, the loss of power and the flooding,  ...Read more

Laetare Sunday - Rejoice In The Fourth Sunday of Lent

Saturday, March 10, 2018
Dear Parishioners, On this Fourth Sunday of Lent, as we reach the mid-point of this sacred season, the Church interrupts its penitential tone to introduce a new word "rejoice" in  ...Read more
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