St. Anthony's Church

St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church & St. Faustina Kowalska Polish Mission

Welcome to St. Anthony's Church.

The people of St. Anthony's Parish and St. Faustina Kowalska Polish Mission, part of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Halifax, are called to be "The People of God". Our faith in God's unconditional love for us, as evidenced in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and, as testified to by his church, gives us a firm hope in our salvation and the salvation of the world. We respond to God's love with adoration, thanksgiving, and petition through worship and prayer, and charity to our neighbour

We invite you to discover the richness of our parish. Newcomers and visitors are always welcome.

We also have our hall available to rent. Please contact the office for further information.

For information on events, please see our calendar.

Bulletin: 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Blessed is the servant who loves his brother as much when he is sick and useless as when he is well and can be of service to him. And blessed is he who loves his brother as well when he is afar off as when he is by his side; and who would say nothing behind his back he might not, in love, say before his face.
— St. Francis

Last Sunday Regular Collections:
St. Anthony’s - $651.80; Loose $156.11; Renovations $15; Pickles $410; Lottery $100
St. Faustina’s - $370; Loose $46; Renovations $20


2014 St. Joseph’s Yearly Sunday Missals are now available for $5 each.

Please pray for the leaders from parishes across the Archdiocese who will be attending the three day workshop on transforming our Church.  We ask the Holy Spirit to be with them in the gathering and accompany our Church’s efforts into the future. 

Annual Appeal:  The next collection is November 23/24.  You may also donate online at www.halifaxyarmouth.org. Did you know your Archbishop’s Annual Appeal gift helps our parish directly?  A portion of every contribution from our parish will be rebated for our use. 

House Blessing:  If you would like your house blessed by Br. Nathanael, please call the office and leave a message with your name and phone number and he will get back to you. 

Catechism & RCIA:  Will start in November.   If you wish to register your child for Catechism, or if you are an adult who would like to register for RCIA, please see Br. Nathanael or call him at the parish office.

Still for Sale!:  You can still purchase jars of pickled beets, mustard pickles, green tomato chow, cucumber relish, blueberry jam, and ‘friendship’ soup for $5 each ~ Call John LeBlanc at 469.4366.

Lottery Tickets: Thank you to everyone who is purchasing tickets for our fundraiser! You can purchase tickets or help sell a book of 10 to your friends.  See Gordon or Shayne after Mass.  The draw will take place at the Country Time Show in December.  Thank you for your support!

St. Vincent de Paul: ‘Item of the Month’ for October is canned meat or fish. 

Bottle Drive: Thank you for continuing to drop off any recyclables (in the boardroom of the church) before or after Mass.  All proceeds go towards our Outreach Program. 

St. Paul’s Church: Loonie-Toonie Coffee House, 197 Windmill Rd., Wednesday, October 30th from 7:00pm – 9:00pm.  Music by the Sham-Rocks.  Open Mic. Admission is $2.

Being a Christian means renouncing ourselves, taking up the cross and carrying it with Jesus. There is no other way.
— Pope Francis

Please visit the Vatican website at www.vatican.va if you would like to read information on the Holy Father’s daily meditations, latest news, homilies, messages and more!