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Our Lent journey ends today. Our 40 days of fasting, alms giving, and prayer are completed. We pray the love of God was revealed during this time. We transition to the Triduum – the three days leading to Easter’s empty tomb.“The Triduum is somewhat like a three-day prayer marathon,” reports this primer on the holy days. Please read it to dive…
The Members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church announce “The Valjeanne Taylor Grigsby Book Scholarship Award”in memory of our beloved soror and parishioner. The award will benefit a deserving “college-bound” graduating high school senior who attends St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church. The award is an academic award to…
Whitney Farley offered our community a praise dance as the parish prepared for the Christmas season. She is a long time member of the parish and does ministry as a catechist teaching the faith. She works as an educator.
Sept 27 In today’s homily, Father Vic spoke about racism and a letter written by members of the parish’s Anti Racism Committee. Here is the letter addressed to Archbishop Gregory J. Hartmayer, OFM Conv. —
Here’s what our families are cooking during this time of social distancing. Buffalo Chicken Dip. Pork Chop Marsala. Blondies. And much more. We hope you’ll enjoy these recipes as you gather with your loved ones. Please download and adopt this cookbook to your kitchen.
“We are committed to the Gospel of Jesus Christ and we are committed to being actively anti-racist in our words and deeds. During these difficult days without justice for members of the Body of Christ, we must raise our voices and work for transformation in our nation.”
People have gained strength through this time with this prayer. Please add it to your list of prayers, if you find it helpful.