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 Easter

Please Join us for a DVD Series starting Tuesday, May 5th at 7:00pm Into the Heart of God:
Jean Vanier Explores the Gospel of John in the Holy Land
This work is an exploration into the Gospel of John. By retracing the actual steps through the Holy Land of the events and accounts of this gospel, Vanier recreates a vivid and intimate portrait of what is often called the “mystical gospel.”
This series looks deep into the gospel, and in so doing brings viewers further into the heart of God, whose boundless love for humanity manifests itself in the life and times of Jesus.
We will watch the first seven series this Spring, and the following 7 series in the Fall.   We will start with a small meal together, then watch the video and have a short discussion with Q&A.  I encourage you all to participate, if possible.

Last Sunday Collections:
St. Anthony’s – Regular $677; Loose $263.40; Renovations $10; Fuel $110; Easter Flowers $25; Donations $400
St. Faustina’s – Regular $415; Loose $203.55; Easter $10; Fuel $35 Blessing of the Food from previous week $713.35


Death of His Eminence Jean-Claude Cardinal Turcotte
His Eminence Jean-Claude Cardinal Turcotte, Archbishop Emeritus of Montreal, died on April 8, 2015, after a lengthy illness. He was 78 years old. The late Cardinal was a priest for 56 years and Bishop for 33 years. He served as the ninth Archbishop of Montreal, from 1990 to 2012. He was made Cardinal by Saint John Paul II at the Consistory of November 26, 1994.


Upcoming Presbyteral Ordinations
Archbishop Mancini is pleased to announce the upcoming presbyteral ordinations in the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth at St. Mary’s Cathedral Basilica:
May 9, 2015 at 11:00am – Br. Pio Libby, FoH
August 15, 2015 at 10:30am – Rev. Mr. E. James O’Connor
All are welcome to attend the ordinations, and we ask that you keep both of these men in your prayers as they prepare for their ordinations.

 

Country Time Show:  This Sunday, April 19th  at 7:00pm.  Admission is $6.  Master of Ceremonies is Al Hollingsworth with back-up band Grover Country with back-up band featuring:  Audrey Murray, Mel MacLeod, Mitch Owen, Jim Tynes, and Gary, Mike & Angie.

Pastoral Council Meeting:   This Tuesday, April 21th at 7:00pm.  

Prayer Community:  Will resume in the Fall, after the final DVD series - Into the Heart of God: Jean Vanier Explores the Gospel of John in the Holy Land.  For more information on this series, see lower section of this page.  
 
Eucharistic Ministers:  We are looking for more Eucharistic Ministers to bring Communion to patients at Dartmouth General Hospital.  If you are interested, see Br. Nathanael.  

Flea Market:  The next flea market will be on May 30th and 31st.  If you have any good used (or new) items you no longer need, please call Gordon at 902.469.5698.