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Dear Friends of The Shrine of St. Anthony,

Peace!

As a community we continue to pray for the people of Old Ellicott City who lost so much in the "historic" flood of May 2018. May Saint Anthony, the Patron of the lost, intercede for the many people who have "lost" everything and may they not lose hope in the God who can make all thinks new, even out of the devastation of a flood.

We also received the torrential rains here at The Shrine and fortunately we did not suffer any damage. We are hosting a number of events throughout the summer months which would have taken place on Main Street, and are blessed to offer our beautiful, peaceful, prayerful location to people who long for the comfort only God can offer.

During these summer months please know that you are invited to The Shrine to pray, walk the trails, bring a picnic lunch and to enjoy these holy grounds.

God bless you,

Father Michael E. Heine, OFM Conv.

Director, Shrine of St. Anthony & Carrollton Hall

info@ShrineOfStAnthony.org

 

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Upcoming Events

Roger Whelan talk "World War I, its causes and effects on future world relations and prominent American Catholics, Sat. June 16th, 2-3:30pm.

 

Father's Day, Sunday June 17th, 12 noon Mass. The Shrine grounds are wonderful for picnics & nature walks!

Shrine Gift Shop hours Monday through Saturday 9am.-4pm., Sunday 1:00pm.-4:00pm.   Historic Tour of the Shrine of St. Anthony, Sunday June 24th, 2:00-3:30pm. Meet in the Chapel.
     
     

 

 

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
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St. Anthony's Unique Prayer Life (EWTN)


St. Anthony and The Donkey (EWTN)

 

 

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