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This Week at St. Anthony Parish

JUNE 26, 2022  I  Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

And another said, “I will follow you, Lord, but first let me say farewell to my family at home.” To him Jesus said, “No one who sets a hand to the plow and looks to what was left behind is fit for the kingdom of God.” (Lk. 9: 61-62)

Read today's gospel.

Fr. Arthur Ssembajja to Begin Serving Tues.

St. Anthony community! Our new Parish Administrator, Father Arthur Ssembajja, is set to begin serving our parish this Tuesday, June 28! We are incredibly excited to have Father Arthur, and can't wait for you to meet him. Please keep him in prayer as he gets settled here at St. Anthony!

Read a bit about Fr. Arthur

Thank You Fr. Tyrell!

Fr. Arthur's arrival also sadly signals the conclusion of Fr. Tyrell Alles's time with us. We have to say, we are very sad to see Fr. Tyrell go! The staff here at St. A has really gotten to love Fr. Tyrell, and we wish him the best as he moves forward to shepherd St. Louis Besancon in New Haven, Indiana. Thank you very much for serving us

over the last 6 weeks Fr. Tyrell, we were blessed to have you! Be sure to thank Fr. Tyrell in person this weekend!

In Case You Missed It!

Amazing Footage of the Eucharistic Procession

Did you attend the Eucharistic Procession in Warsaw last weekend? Over 5000 people from all around the diocese gathered to walk with Jesus alive in the Eucharist from Sacred Heart Parish to Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish. Fr. Jay Horning was able to capture footage and photos from a drone for all to see, and what he captured is so cool!

Click the photo above to view the moving footage from the procession. May we keep the momentum of the National Eucharistic Revival in our prayers as begin this Diocesan Year!
Want to learn more about the Diocesan Year we are entering into? Curious what kinds of events will be taking place throughout the Diocese in recognition of it? Click the button below to download a beautiful Diocesan Year flyer, including a calendar of inspiring events centered on the Eucharist.
Diocesan Year: Learn More

Feast Day Picnic Photos

It was so great to see everyone at this year's Feast Day Picnic! The tacos were savory, the ice cream was sweet & cool, and the fellowship flowed. We hope you had a great time! See all the photos at the button below!
View Feast Day Photos

Looking for Ways to Serve? SVDP Volunteers Needed!

It is because of our dedicated volunteers that we are able to help our neighbors who are most in need. We could use a few extra hands this summer; please consider volunteering!

 

Current Volunteer Needs:
  • Greeting clients as they enter the food pantry (Tuesdays and/or Thursdays from 10am-2pm)

  • Client intake (Tuesdays and/or Thursdays from 10am-2pm, must be comfortable using a computer)

  • Assisting clients in the food pantry (Tuesdays and/or Thursdays from 10am-2pm)

  • Assisting with food pickup [driving or riding along] (Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and/or Thursdays from 9am-11am, as needed)

  • Packing food boxes and stocking shelves (Mondays and/or Wednesdays anytime between 9am and 3pm)

  • Answering phones in the Assistance Office (opportunities available Monday through Friday, 10am-2pm as needed, must be comfortable using a computer)

  • Making tie-blankets for the Sweet Dreams Ministry (on an as needed basis)

  • Gardening/Yard Upkeep of our property (on an as needed basis)

May Stats:
  • 1,771 people fed

  • 309 home visits

  • 691 clothing/household goods vouchers provided • $15,165 in financial help provided

Click the button below to volunteer or call 234-6000.

Volunteer Here

SVDP Thanks the Scouts!

The St. Vincent de Paul Society Conference of St. Anthony Church sends a belated thank you to the Boy Scout Troop and Pack 584 for collecting 550 food items for the Food Pantry back in April! Awesome work!

“A generous person will be blessed, for he gives some of his food to the poor.” - Proverbs 22:9.

Loving & Welcoming Our Neighbor

Fellow parishioners, do you still have your guide from the Parish Mission? We hope so! 

In the "Welcoming" section of the Parish Mission Guide, on page 9, you'll find a Prayer to Love Your Neighbor from our patron Saint Anthony de Padua himself.

Why not open up your guide and take these words of Saint Anthony to prayer, pondering them in your heart? 

May this prayer help foster an even greater culture of welcoming here at St. Anthony and at every parish. May those looking for a home, or help, or both, know that St. Anthony is a place to turn!

Scott Hahn to Speak at St. Patrick Parish

Don’t miss Scott Hahn and the St. Paul Center in South Bend, IN on Saturday, July 9, 2022 from 9am-12pm at St. Patrick Parish. Study Scripture from the heart of the Church with one of today’s most respected scholars.

Go deeper into the riches of our Catholic faith— register now at stpaulcenter.com/south- bend2022/.

St. Patrick Parish is located at 309 S. Taylor St., South Bend, IN 46601.
View the Flyer

Open Positions at St. Anthony School!

Do you know someone interested in teaching P.E., or with experience in maintenance and facility care? Could it be you? St. Anthony de Padua Catholic School is looking for a P.E. teacher and a Maintenance Director/Custodian. Click the link below to learn more about these positions and see if one might be a fit!

View open positions

Theology on Tap Summer Series

Begins July 19

God’s providence is always at work. There are no coincidences with Him, and no place is too far to be reached by His grace and mercy. While there may be some places where the world wouldn’t expect Him to show up, He can move and speak in all times and places.

Even in grief. Even in transition. Even in your search for belonging or desire to live a good life.

Come hear stories of how people in our community have found God in unlikely places.

ALL young adults are welcome, Catholic or not!

A Few Last Things

Summer Office Visiting Hours 

Parish & School

Parish Summer Office Visiting Hours 
Monday-Thursday: 9-1pm in June & July.

School Summer Office Visiting Hours
Monday-Thursday: 9-1pm in June. Closed in July.

Church Building Hours

Do you ever wish to visit the church during the day? See the hours when the church building is open to the public below:

M, W, F: 8am - 3pm
T, Th.: 8am - 7pm
Sat.: 8am - 3pm
Sun.: 8am - 12pm

Weekly 10am Rosary

Stay after the 8:15am Mass or arrive early for the 10:30am Mass and join us for a Rosary at 10am. We will continue to pray the Rosary at 10am every Sunday.

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