Parish Happenings (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.
“The sixth Sunday in Lent and the beginning of the Christian Holy Week before Easter. Palm Sunday marks Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem. The day gets its name from the biblical reference to crowds throwing palm fronds before Jesus as he entered the city. Also known as Passion Sunday, though Palm…
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.
You are welcome to join us in the celebration of Christmas. Dec 24: 5 p.m., (Children’s Mass) Midnight Sunday, Dec. 25: 10 a.m.
Parishioners take home Thanksgiving food The annual market before Thanksgiving drew parish members together. Folks could go home with tasty, fresh vegetables, in addition to some sweet treats for the Thanksgiving table. We had a special treat with Josephite Father William Norvel here as well. He signed copies of his autobiography that traced his experience as an…
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