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Dear Friends of the Shrine,

The traffic is bumper to bumper along Folly Quarter Road in the mornings! This is a signal that school is back in session and hopefully the fall weather will return soon. This summer has been extremely hot here at the Shrine. Thank God for air conditioning. The leaves will soon change and God will be using His Crayola box to color our property in magnificent colors. Please feel free to visit the Shrine and walk the many trails in our woods. Visit the tree houses (prayer stands), the 9/11 Memorial, and our newest addition - the St. Jude Shrine Garden. I believe that St. Anthony and St. Jude work hand in hand at times. Please check out our calendar of events for the fall as we have added some inspiring new Days of Prayer.

You may also notice that the Carrollton Hall Project is under way. Next time you are on the property check out the new chimneys, dormers, and cupola we installed on the roof. Beautiful!

Please know that you are always welcome at The Shrine of St. Anthony!

Peace,

Fr. Michael E. Heine, OFM Conv.
Director of The Shrine of St. Anthony and Carrollton Hall
Info@ShrineofStAnthony.org

 

Upcoming Events

Blessing of Animals, Sunday October 2nd, 2:00pm.

 

It is in Pardoning that we are Pardoned, Marie Monville presentation, Saturday October 8th, 10-11:30am.

Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, Tuesday October 4th, 12 noon Mass   A Night with the Saints, Monday October 31st, 6:30-9:30pm.
     
   

Our Daily Schedule

MASS: 12:00 noon, every day of the week
CONFESSION: 11:30am, Monday-Friday & Saturday
                          4:00pm-5:00pm on Wednesday

GIFT SHOP hours: 9:00am-4:00pm Mon-Sat
                               1:00pm-4:00pm on Sunday

The Shrine Chapel and the grounds are open daily 9am-5pm. All are Welcome!
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Miracle of St. Anthony and The Donkey statue
Get your very own replica of this magnificent statue!

Jubilee Yera of Mercy

 

 

 

St. Anthony's Unique Prayer Life (EWTN)

Utilizing "Brother Sun" in the spirit of St. Francis
Stewardship of God's creation through energy efficiency!

St. Anthony and The Donkey (EWTN)

 

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