A Roman Catholic Parish of the
Diocese of Rockford
Ministered by the Conventual Franciscans
Called to participate in the life of the Most Holy Trinity,
we the people of St. Anthony of Padua Parish,
celebrate and hand on our Roman Catholic heritage of faith
in the Franciscan tradition.
By the will of the Father, in the power of the Holy Spirit,
we die and rise with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ,
to become a living sign of His presence in the world today.
Reborn in Christ,
our mission is to worship God in truth and in love,
and to discern and fulfill God's will
in the work of evangelization, hospitality, and compassionate outreach.
To see a slideshow of our Annual St. Joesph Altar please click the link below!
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Palm Sunday, March 29, 2015 - Regular weekend schedule
March 30 & 31 (Monday & Tuesday) - 8:00AM Morning Mass
April 1 (Wednesday) - 8:00AM & 5:30PM Masses
April 2 & 3 (Thursday, Friday & Saturday) - No Morning Mass
Saturdays During Lent - 3:30PM & 4:00PM (No Reconciliation on Holy Saturday, April 4)
Wednesday March 25, 2015
S.S. Peter & Paul Church ~ 9AM - Noon
St. Stanislaus Church ~ Noon - 2PM
St. Anthony Church ~ 2PM - 5PM
St. James Church ~ 5PM - 8PM
Holy Thursday - April 2, 2015 (Mass of the Lord's Supper) 7:00PM
Adoration until 11:00PM
Good Friday - April 3, 2015 (Stations of the Cross) Noon
followed by Divine Mercy Chaplet and The Liturgy of the Lord's Passion
Holy Saturday - April 4, 2015 (Solemn Easter Vigil) 7:00PM
*No 4:30PM Saturday Mass
Easter Sunday - April 5, 2015
Masses 7:00AM, 9:00AM & 11:30AM
There are no upcoming scheduled events.
To find out everything that is happening in the parish please check in the bulletins posted below!
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