The Communion service planned for January 25 (Tuesday) is cancelled.
This weekend we celebrate the Baptism of Our Lord and start Ordinary Time. January 9: Celebrate the Feast of the Baptism of Jesus Read about the Baptism of the LordEat ice cream for dessert that symbolizes the Jordan River, where Jesus was baptized.Renew your baptismal promises.Read the Sunday Gospel together as a family.
The Christmas Season continues! Choose a couple (or more!) feasts to celebrate in your home this week. Here's what we have on our calendar: January 2nd: Celebrate the Feast of the Epiphany The word Epiphany means “manifestation” or “showing forth.” Historically, several moments in Christ’s early life and ministry have been celebrated as “epiphanies,” including … Continue reading Second Week of Christmas
"The Church would have us enjoy this <Christmas> season now that it is here, and celebrate the feasts that follow." ~Mary Reed Newland "The Year and Our Children" December 24th/25th: Celebrate the birth of our Lord! Christmas gift boxes with decorations Attend Mass. Christmas Vigil Mass will be December 24th at 5 p.m. and Christmas … Continue reading First Week of Christmas
Due to the possibility of extreme weather Wednesday, our planned Stations of the Nativity has been cancelled.
The fourth Sunday in Advent is December 19th. Here’s what we have on our calendar; pick one or two to add to your household’s activities that week, along with reading the Sunday Gospels together and attending Mass. December 19th: Start Decorating for Christmas! Current society tends to start "Christmasing" very early, but as Catholics we do not start … Continue reading Preparing for the Fourth Week of Advent
Join us for a Communal Penance service at St. Anthony on Sunday, December 12 at 4 p.m. Advent is a great time to experience the sacrament of reconciliation before the Christmas season begins!
Join us for a Eucharistic Adoration at St. Anthony this evening at 6:30 p.m.
The third Sunday in Advent is December 12th. Be prepared to celebrate the third week in Advent by looking at ideas for that week. Here’s what we have on our calendar; pick one or two to add to your household’s activities that week, along with reading the Sunday Gospels together and attending Mass. In addition, … Continue reading Preparing for the Third Week of Advent