Please plan on joining us for one or all of our Holy Week Masses and services:
May is traditionally seen as a month associated with life and motherhood. Various traditions are associated with celebrating Our Lady during her "Lady Month", but one of the most common is the May Crowning, where she is adorned with crowns and flowers. If you weren't able to watch the May Crowning at St. Anthony live … Continue reading Mary’s May Crowning at St. Anthony
Join us at 5 p.m. tonight, May 1st, on our Facebook page as we stream our Mary Crowning from St. Anthony. Recordings of the service will be available here on the website as well as on Facebook and YouTube later this evening.
The collection of prayer booklets usually available during the Easter season in the church entryway, including the Little White Books and The Word Among Us, are available for those who want them by entering the parking lot entry door, where they are on a table for pickup.
Join us in continuing our Easter celebration by praying the Stations of the Resurrection on Wednesday, April 22 at 6:00 PM via Zoom* video chat. The Stations of the Resurrection is a devotion similar to the Stations of the Cross, but instead of focusing on Jesus' Passion and Death, it highlights Jesus' Resurrection, his appearances to the disciples, … Continue reading Pray the Stations of the Resurrection
Join us in continuing our Easter celebration by praying the Stations of the Resurrection on Wednesday, April 15 at 6:00 PM via Zoom* video chat. The Stations of the Resurrection is a devotion similar to the Stations of the Cross, but instead of focusing on Jesus' Passion and Death, it highlights Jesus' Resurrection, his appearances to the disciples, … Continue reading Stations of the Resurrection
We streamed our Easter Vigil Service live on our Facebook page, beginning at 8:30 p.m. Saturday night. Recordings of the service are available on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/BMAaC7oZ1Y8
Welcome to our St. Anthony virtual Easter egg hunt! Why Eggs? Watching a chick break out of its egg is a powerful symbol of new life. For Christians the Easter egg reminds us of Jesus' resurrection--his "breaking out" of the tomb where he was placed after he died on the cross and being raised to new life. … Continue reading Easter Egg Hunt!
Celebrate Holy Week and the Triduum with our bishop, Bishop Thomas Zinkula, at home by streaming his Masses and Liturgies. Here's the schedule currently available from the diocese: Holy Week and Triduum THE CHRISM MASS with BISHOP ZINKULA From the Chancery, April 6, 10:00 AM (a worship aid is forthcoming) THE LITURGIES OF THE TRIDUUM with … Continue reading Holy Week and Triduum with Bishop Zinkula and the Diocese of Davenport