Bread will be distributed to all who come to the Shrine on Friday, June 13, from 7 AM to 7 PM, as a reminder of our common obligation to care for the poor. Take the bread for yourself, for a family member or for a co-worker. Please remember the needs of the poor
All daily Masses on June 13 will celebrate the feast of St. Anthony: 6, 7, 11:45♫ AM, 12:30♫, 1:15♫ and 5:15♫ PM.
Masses marked with ♫ have music. See this post for more information.
St. Anthony of Padua is often portrayed holding lilies, a symbol of purity, peace and protection against evil. It is a tradition to offer lilies to St. Anthony in honor of his feast day. If you would like us to place a white lily, along with your special intention, in the St. Anthony Chapel, please inquire at the booth in the Shrine’s lobby.