This week’s Bulletin Brief, on the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi)
Dale Mallory will be celebrating his first Mass after being ordained to the diaconate on June 13th. Please join us in celebrating this joyous occasion, as well as the Feast of St. Anthony of Padua, at a luncheon after Sunday Mass. All are welcome!
St. Anthony’s church hall has been repainted!
13 people volunteered approximately 100 hours on this project.
Thanks so much to Ryan Richardson, Barb Anderson, Gena Schneider, Skyler & Abby Verros, Mary Braida, Sadie Taft, Kyra Taft, Mary Cedar, Nick Cedar, Roy & Marilee Richardson, and Father Kevin. You’ve all done a great job freshening up our gathering space. What an amazing use of TIME & TALENT!
St. Anthony Parish is in need of persons interested in assisting with live-streaming the Mass on Sundays and Holy Days. If you would like to help, please contact Cris Schwanebeck or Abby Glann.
Holy Land Pilgrimage with Fr. Appel and Fr. Anstey , October 4-15, 2021
It is a joy to invite you to join us on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Since our youth we have heard the Gospel stories about the Lord Jesus walking and teaching in Jerusalem, Capernaum, and Galilee. We will be seeing those places and much more. Our visit will give us an opportunity of walking in the footsteps of Jesus, our Blessed Mother Mary, and the very first disciples. Each day we will celebrate Mass at one of the holy places and reflect on the Gospel text appropriate to the place we visit. This pilgrimage will forever change the way you read and understand the Scriptures. We hope you will be able to join us on what promises to be a grace-filled journey to the land from where it at all started.
Sincerely yours in Christ,
Fr. Paul Appel and Fr. Kevin Anstey
View itinerary and book online at: http://www.holylandtc.com/trips/holy-land-
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