SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (Mass Appeal) – A highly unprecedented tour of the bones of St. Anthony of Padua will make its way to Springfield this weekend, and you’ll have a chance to see it for yourself. Dr. Enzo DiGiacomo, Deacon at St. Anthony Maronite Catholic Church, joined us to share more about this historic visit.
The Relic of St. Anthony of Padua
Bring your prayers to the Messenger of Hope
September 6th – 14th
St. Anthony Maronite Catholic Church
375 Island Pond Road, Springfield
St. Anthony is considered one of the most popular saints in the catholic Church. He is also known as the Patron Saint of lost objects. He was declared a saint by Pope Gregory IX just one year after his death
Opening Ceremony and Welcoming Procession
Saturday, September 6th
10:30AM – Procession starts at Overlook Dr. (one block north of church) to St. Anthony Maronite Catholic Church
11:00AM – Maronite Liturgy/Mass
Bishop Gregory Mansour/Bishop Mitchell Rozanski Novena/Confessions Veneration of the Relic
For more information on the Relic of St. Anthony of Padua call (413) 452-0577, and for a complete schedule of events click here.