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An Introduction to St. Anthony of Padua to Celebrate His Feast Day

We all pray to St. Anthony for lost items. How many times have we said, “Dear St. Anthony, something is lost that must be found!” St. Anthony is venerated all over the world as the Patron Saint of lost articles and is credited with many miracles involving lost people, lost things, and even lost spiritual goods. But did you know St. Anthony was famous for preaching, especially to those who had lost their faith? He had hoped to become a…

Join Us for Pentecost Sunday Mass This Weekend

This post uses excerpts sourced from Catholic Online. Happy Birthday to the Catholic Church! Happy birthday to you, who are the body of the Church. Because you are part of the body of Church, Pentecost is the Church’s Birthday, and yours as well. And like any Birthday, it’s a cause for celebration. The word Pentecost is Greek and translates to “50th day”. Fifty days after Easter Sunday, we celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles and their…