Find Your Way

Dear Friends of the Shrine of St. Anthony,

"Go to your inner room and pray." These words from the Gospel proclaimed on Ash Wednesday are addressed to us by the Lord to always go deeper in our spiritual life. The inner room is located not in some house or other building but deep within the core of our being. As we enter that room we encounter Jesus. We hope! Sometimes that room may be cluttered with "stuff" like past hurts, broken relationships or selfishness. Our sins may be getting in our way of even opening the door. Maybe when we enter that room it is as dark as night and we need the Light. Lent is a time to allow Jesus to clean out our inner rooms and enable us to experience the fullness of life that comes from His life, death, and resurrection.

The Shrine is a sacred place where people are invited to come for some spiritual housekeeping. In addition to daily Mass and confessions we are offering a number of exciting and spiritually uplifting programs to help with the cluttered room. Please keep an eye on our events page.

The Friars and co-workers are praying for you and wish you a blessed Lent. What has begun in ashes will end in the baptismal waters of new birth.


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


Upcoming Events

Seder Meal, Thursday April 6th, 6:00-8:30pm. RSVP by March 29th


Good Friday Day of Prayer, April 14th 1:00-8:00pm.

Tenebrae, Wednesday April 12th, 7:30-8:30pm.   Holy Week Schedule


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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