Parish Blog (Page 2)
On Sept. 20, 1903, the parish of St. Anthony of Padua, Atlanta, was dedicated. The present sanctuary came 21 years later in 1924. Here’s a video showing a little of who we are today.
Watch, dear Lord, with those who wake or watch or weep tonight, and give your angels charge over those who sleep. Tend your sick ones, O Lord Jesus Christ, rest your weary ones, bless your dying ones, soothe your suffering ones, shield your joyous ones, and all for your love’s sake. Amen. — St.…
Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory has a new auxiliary bishop to help serve the people of the archdiocese. Bishop-designate Bernard “Ned” Shlesinger will work along side Archbishop Gregory and Aux. Bishop Luis R. Zarama. He was named on on Monday, May 17.
Holy Week begins on Palm Sunday follows the final earthly days of Jesus. Here’s how we observe the days, which goes from Palm Sunday –> Holy Thursday – -> Good Friday –> Easter Vigil –> Easter Sunday. Join us as we mark the end of Lent.
We are blessed with many members who claim New Orleans and Louisiana as their birthplace. Here’s a little about the tradition of St. Joseph altars: “Sicilian immigrants brought the tradition to New Orleans, where, today, St. Joseph Day altars continue. The altars are laid out with…
Join us for Ash Wednesday on March 1. Ashes will be distributed at 8:30 a.m. and at Mass at 6 p.m. Hope to see you there. Meanwhile, take a look at our parishioners from the past.