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Archive for February 2017

Youth Group Meets on February 27th

St. Anthony Youth Group will meet on Monday,  February 27, at 7pm. Downstairs in the church meeting room. Pizza and Discussion. All high school kids are welcome. Topic: Who is Behind Those Masks?

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Men’s Groups Meets on March 6th

Men’s Group meets on Monday, March 6, at 7:30 pm in the rectory. The article to be discussed can be found at the front doors of the church. All men are welcome.

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First Friday on March 3rd

Friday, March 3, is the First Friday of the month and is a Day of Prayer in our parish. Sign-up sheets for Eucharistic Adoration can be found at the side entrance to the church

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Lenten Pamphlet Available at Church

All of our Lenten events and activities are listed in a pamphlet available at the entrances to the church. You are welcome to take one and consider the ways you might enter more fully into the richly spiritual season of Lent.

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Lauralton Hall Open House on March 7th

Lauralton Hall will open its doors to prospective students on March 7, 2017, at 8am. This Catholic College-Prep School for Girls is located at 200 High Street in Milford, CT. For more information, please contact Kathleen Shine at 203-877-2786

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Lenten Soup Suppers Begin March 4

Lenten Soup Suppers will begin next Saturday, March 4, in the Parish Hall following the 6pm Mass. Donate at the door whatever you may have spent on dinner that evening and enjoy this simple meal of home-made soups and bread. All proceeds will be given to the Merton Center.

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Make Room for Something New

Dear Parishioners, I was having some pizza with a young couple the other day and somebody mentioned how Lent was right around the corner. We reminisced about how, as children, we would “give something up” for Lent—chocolate or ice cream or (if you really wanted to impress the nuns) television. Those kind of sacrifices hit…

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Love your enemies

Dear Parishioners, “Love your enemies.” There it is. The really tough one to follow. Most of us have trouble enough loving the people who love us back, let alone loving the crazy miserable dolts who lack the basic awareness of how amazing we are…. (Oops. Didn’t mean to let that slip, Lord.) You know who…

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Morning of Reflection for Women

St. Anthony’s will be offering Sacred Spaces: A Lenten Morning of Reflection for Women, led by Dr. Elaine Ramshaw, a Lutheran laywoman who has taught pastoral care in seminaries for many years and is now a Spiritual Director and Art Instructor at Yale Divinity School. Elaine will lead us in discovering ways we have, and…

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Bellarmine Lecture

Fairfield University’s annual Bellarmine Lecture will be given by Rev. Thomas Regan S.J. on Wednesday, February 22, at 7:30pm at the Dolan School of Business Dining Room. The lecture will focus on Fairfield’s 75th Anniversary as a university. The event is free and open to the public and sponsored by the University’s Center for Catholic…

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