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: 3rd Sunday of Lent

The Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) In the Dartmouth Region
Wednesday, March 18th at 7:00pm at Saint Peter’s Parish
Wednesday, March 25th at 7:00pm at Saint John XXIII Parish
The Polish community will have Reconciliation on Friday, March 12th at 7:00pm. All are welcome as we have bilingual Priests.

Last Sunday Collections:
St. Anthony’s – Regular $645; Loose $91.90; Books & Candles $45.25; Sharing the Care $143.90; Renovations $115; Fuel $25
St. Faustina’s – Regular $455; Loose $25; Fuel $5; Coffee Hour $637.25


Archdiocese Information:
Lenten Series - Sessions One: Mission

During the week of March 8, we look at our first key theme, Mission, and relate it to the alternate Sunday Gospel for the Third Week of Lent, the story of the woman at the well (John 4:5-42). In this week’s video, Archbishop Mancini interviews Fr. James Mallon, pastor of Saint Benedict Parish in Halifax, the Founder and Chair of the Board of the JP II Media Institute, author of Divine Renovation, and a well-known speaker on parish renewal and the New Evangelization. Archbishop Mancini and Fr. James discuss what our mission actually is, and why it is central to who we are as individuals and as a Church. They also look at how this mission can be better lived out in our parishes and how it can (and should) affect our activities and pastoral planning.

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Easter Flowers: If anyone would like donate towards Easter flowers, please drop a separate envelope in the collection basket with your name, envelope # and amount, so you will be credited on your income tax receipts.

Way of the Cross: Is every Thursday (except March 12th) during Lent starting at 6:30pm followed by Adoration until 8:00pm.

Prayer Community: This Tuesday, March 10th at 7:00pm in the boardroom. Everyone is welcome to join us.

Country Time Show: Will be held both Sundays, March 15th and 22nd 7:00pm ~ admission is $6. See you then!

St. Vincent de Paul Society: Item of the month for March is peanut butter. The donation box is located near the entrance of the church. Thank you!

Recylables: Please continue to drop off your recyclables before or after Mass. All proceeds go towards our Outreach Program. Please see Rupert Lewis (902.466.6788) or for monetary donations, please see Joanne Nelson (902.464.1981).