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: 2nd Sunday of Ordinary Time

Mass Intentions
Jan 14 ~ Souls in Purgatory
Jan 15 ~  Nora Jewers
Jan 21 ~  Frank & Charlie Sumarah
Jan 28 ~  Margaret Pottie
Feb 4 ~  Lou Boudreau
Feb 11 ~  Fred Pottie

Catechism: Next Saturday, January 21st at 3:00pm.

Pastoral Council: The next meeting is Tuesday, January 24th at 6:30pm.

St. Anthony’s Spiritual Library: Remember our spiritual library is yours to use and will help increase our devotion to the Lord. It is open after weekend Masses in the boardroom. You can now sign out a book or DVD after each weekend Mass.

Recyclables: Please drop off your recyclables before or after Mass. You can also drop them off anytime at Rupert Lewis’ house, 10 Lahey Road, or call him at 902. 466.6788.

St. Vincent de Paul: Item of the month is peanut butter.

2017 Church Envelopes: If you haven’t already picked up your box of 2017 envelopes, you can find them in the Sacristy. If you do not currently have envelopes and would like a box, please drop the following information in the collection basket ~ name, address and phone number; or see Br. Nathanael.

DVD Series: This Tuesday, January 17th at 6:30pm featuring Part II of St. Catherine of Siena ~ the Mystic. Is the physical world all there is? Is science the only path to ascertaining truth? St. Catherine of Siena witnesses to a higher world beyond the material. Though the fourteenth century mystic never studied theology, and never learned how to read or write, her life constitutes a powerful challenge to the flattened-out secularism of our time.

Classic Country Show:This Sunday, January 15th at 7:00pmAdmission is $7Featuring Sidewinder (plus) Gerry Graham, Cathy Ryan, and NSCMHF Inductee Hal Bruce 50/50 Draw, Door Prizes and Canteen Available