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Current News/ Updates:
- Stations of the Cross will be held Wednesdays at 6:30 PM and Fridays at 4 PM.
- Saturdays During Lent, there will be an additional 9 AM Mass in the Church.
- Sundays during Lent, there will be Evening prayer and reflection on the Sorrowful Mysteries, held at 6 PM in the Parish Center.
- Sat. March 22: Lenten Reflection with Fr. Kevin Bobbin. Mass at 9 AM running to Noon.
- Sun. March 23: St. Joseph's table (1 PM) at the Castel Club
- Sun. April 13: Living Stations of the Cross (3 PM)
- Tues. April 15: Penance Service (4 PM)
- May 30,31,June 1: FESTA
***NOTE: If the Easton Area School District is delayed or closed, there will be NO meeting.
Weekends: 4:00 PM (Saturday)
8:00 & 10:30 AM (Sunday)
Monday: 6:30 PM (Church)
Tuesday - Thursday 8:00am (Parish Center Chapel)
Confession: 3:00 - 3:50 PM on Saturday; Anytime by appointment
Vigil: 4:00 PM
Day: 8 AM & 6:30 PM
A Lenten Meditation in Images: St. Anthony’s Stained Glass Windows
On the First Sunday of Lent we hear how “Jesus was led by the Spirit into the desert to be tempted by the devil.” (Mt 4: 1) In this window we see St. Anthony, led by the Spirit - symbolized by doves – on a path embarking on his call to the monastic life in Portugal (left) and (right) his vision of a Franciscan, whom Saint Anthony had met, martyred at the hands of Muslims in Morocco. After he took the name Anthony, he set off for Morocco to preach the Faith, fully expecting to suffer a martyr's death as well but illness forced him to return to the monastery.
Prayerful Meditation: Look at this window while using your imagination to bring to life these events in St. Anthony’s life. How was St. Anthony, like Jesus, tempted? Pray that God will show you where he is leading you this Lent. Petition that you will not be lead into temptation, but delivered from evil.