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Father Kevin's Reflection - July 31, 2016

Across the diocese, we are once again preparing for the beginning of school. And, with school comes preparing for the Wednesday night CCD programs.  Religious Education classes will soon need to take off and get organized. 545 more words

Reflections

Padova, Italy is the City Where St. Anthony Belongs

Padova is one city in Italy that we visited. Actually, it was our main hub when we went to Europe last May to June 2016. They say that it is a city of tradition. 557 more words

Relics of St Anthony

 On Saturday 25th June St Chad’s Cathedral hosts a visit of relics of St Anthony of Padua.

The relics are available for prayer and veneration from 7am. 30 more words

Catholic

Seeking in the time of loss

About this time each year, the pace of life in the parish slows down: schools are out on summer break, vacations have started, families take a weekend at the beach, or after a week of rain, a sunny Sunday provides a window to get the lawn mowed. 577 more words

Musings

Belated Happy Feast Day, St. Anthony!

With the tragedy in Orlando, Florida; I forgot to write something acknowledging the feast day on June 13th of this blog’s namesake, St. Anthony of Padua. 155 more words

Franciscan World

An Eloquent Preacher

De Maria numquam satis.

Of Mary, never enough!

This famous saying of St. Bernard is fitting also for today’s saint, Anthony of Padua (or St. Anthony of Portugal, as they say in the country of his birth).  

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