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Dear Friends of St. Anthony,

The season between Christmas and Lent is called Ordinary Time-and there is nothing ordinary about the season! Ordinary Time is called "ordinary" simply because the weeks are numbered. The Latin word ordinalis, which refers to numbers in a series, stems from the Latin word ordo, from which we get the English word order. Thus, Ordinary Time is in fact the ordered life of the Church. It's appropriate, therefore, that the Gospel for the Second Sunday of Ordinary Time (which is actually the first Sunday celebrated in Ordinary Time) always features either John the Baptist's acknowledgment of Christ as the Lamb of God or Christ's first miracle-the transformation of water into wine at the wedding at Cana. Thus for Catholics, Ordinary Time is the part of the year in which Christ, the Lamb of God, walks among us and transforms our lives. That's why there's nothing "ordinary" about Ordinary Time.

Why not make visiting the Shrine a part of your ordinary schedule? Take some time to sit and reflect in silence and discover the Lamb of God in your midst.

God bless,

Fr. Michael E. Heine, OFM Conv.
Director
Info@ShrineofStAnthony.org

 

Upcoming Events

St. Valentine Dinner at the Shrine Saturday Feb. 14th 6-9pm. RSVP

 

A Look at Lent...the History & Spirituality of the 40 Days, Sunday Feb. 15th 4-6pm.

Ash Wednesday Mass & Distribution of Ashes, Wed. February 18th 12 noon  

The Four Cardinal Virtues...a Lenten Series beginning Wed. February 18th 7-8:30pm.

     
   

Our Daily Schedule

MASS: 12 noon, Mon-Fri, Saturday & Sunday
CONFESSION: 11:30am, Monday-Friday, Saturday
GIFT SHOP hours: 9am-4pm on Monday-Saturday
                               1pm-4pm on Sunday

The Shrine Chapel and the grounds are open daily 9am-5pm. All are Welcome!
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Pardon Our Sawdust!

We are once again in the process of managing our forest, performing a selective thinning for long term health and sustainability, which has not occurred for over 15 years. Read More

 

Miracle of St. Anthony and The Donkey statue
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