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St.

Anthony Shrine & Ministry Center

100 Arch Street, Boston, MA 02110


Telephone: 617-542-6440
Prayer Request Line: 617-553-4100
The Good Word: 617-542-0502

MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday Mass: 12 Noon
Saturday Vigil Masses: 4 PM

(4:15 PM 1st Floor Church), 5:30 PM

Sunday Masses: 6 AM, 7:30 AM, 9 AM, 10 AM


12:00 PM

St. Anthony Shrine & Ministry Center

(Spanish Mass-1st Floor Church), 12:30 PM

, 11:15 AM
, 4 PM

, 5:30 PM

Weekday Masses (except Wednesdays): 6 AM, 7 AM, 11:45 AM, 12:30 PM


Wednesday Masses: 6 AM, 7 AM, 10 AM, 11:45 AM, 12:30 PM, 5:15 PM (Spanish Mass)
= Music Masses
Holy Day Mass Schedule:
Vigil: 4:15 PM, 5:15 PM
Holy Day: 6 AM, 7 AM, 8 AM, 11:45 AM, 12:30 PM, 4:15 PM, 5:15 PM
Legal Holiday Mass Schedule: 8 AM, 10 AM
Christmas and New Years Masses are scheduled each year and may vary from year to year.

CONFESSION SCHEDULE
Weekday Confessions (Except Wednesdays): 10 AM 2 PM, 4 5:30 PM
Wednesday Confessions: 6:30 8 AM, 10 AM 2 PM, 4 5:30 PM
Saturday Confessions: 10 AM 4 PM
Sunday Confessions: 1:30 3 PM
Holy Day Confession Schedule: Regular weekday or Saturday schedule (follows schedule above).

Legal Holiday Confession Schedule: 8:30 10 AM


Confession schedule is extended during Holy Week. Please visit our website for specific confession times.

Sunday, May 31st - Saturday, June 6th

Visit us online at: www.stanthonyshrine.org

Upcoming Events
Regular Events

Sunday, May 28, 2015


Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity
Blessings upon you on this holy day! The second collection this weekend (May 30-31) is for our Grief Ministries.
We have a number of different ways in which we assist people who are suffering because of the death of a loved
one. One group, run by Fr. Joe Quinn, OFM, meets with people who have recently lost loved ones. The Emmaus
group, run by Diane and Charley Monaghan, assists parents who have lost a child. Often people find our Spiritual
Companionship program helpful. This program is directed by Fr. Gene Pistachio, OFM. And finally, often people
find help at the Counseling Center here at the Shrine. That Center is run by Br. Paul OKeeffe, OFM. All of these
programs have related costs, so we thank you for your contributions toward these good programs.
The weekday Rosary prayer group meets on Thursdays at 12:30pm in front of the Mary, Mother of God, statue in
the first floor church. This is a new gathering and we are grateful for the enthusiasm that this new group has
generated.
AARP magazine has named Downtown Crossing (the neighborhood of the Shrine) as the third most livable
neighborhood in the United States. One of the things that makes a neighborhood livable, I would gently suggest, is
having a nice convenient place to place to pray!
The Shrine is beginning a training program for people who would like to become certified as spiritual directors.
This program will begin in September 2015. Classes will take place here on Arch Street on the third Saturday of
the month, with four meetings per semester. The program includes the reading of current spiritual direction books
and articles, leading prayer, listening to and interacting with guest speakers, practicing spiritual direction skills,
doing an internship under the direction of an individual supervisor and peer supervision, presenting oral and written
papers, and making a retreat. The program is credentialed through Cardinal Stritch University, a Franciscan
University in Milwaukee WI. The curriculum was developed by Sr. Linda Greenwood, OSF, of the San Damiano
House of Prayer in Lowell, Massachusetts. The Director of the Shrines program is Nancy Nichols Kearns who can
be reached at 617-542-6440 x120 and NKearns@stanthonyshrine.org Please contact her for more information.
My thanks to Nancy for her terrific work in beginning this program.

Monday: A.A. 12 Step Meeting

5:45 p.m.

Tuesday: Seniors Craft Group


A.A. Open Meeting

10.30 a.m.
Noon

Wednesday
Remembrance Day for Deceased (3rd Wed.)
Womens Spiritual Refl. Group (2nd & 4th Wed)
Seniors Computer Lab
Grupo Hispano de Oracion
A.A. Open Meeting
Bread on The Common (2nd & 4th Wed.)
Anointing of the Sick - Mass (2nd Wed.)

All Masses
12:30 p.m
1:30 p.m
4:15 p.m
5:45 p.m
5:45 p.m
5:15 p.m

Thursday
S.L.A.A Meeting
Noon
Mens Spirituality Group (2nd and 4th Thurs.) 5:00p.m
A.A Big Book Meeting
5:45 pm
Saturday
st
rd
Centering Prayer Group (1 & 3 Sat.)
Noon
Vietnamese Secular Franciscans (2nd Sat.) 1:00 p.m
nd
Secular Franciscans (2 Sat.)
1:00 p.m
Sunday
st
Emmaus Ministry Prayer/Discussion (1 Sun.)11:00
nd
Healing Service (2 Sun.)
1:30 p.m
st
Hispanic Secular Franciscans (1 Sun.)
3:00 p.m

LGBT Spirituality
Join Fr. Joe Quinn, OFM, for LGBT
PrideFest events at Boston City Plaza on
The Feast of
St. Anthony, June 13, at 12 p.m. Contact Fr.
Joe at 617-542-6440, ext. 239 or
jquinn@stanthonyshrine.org with any
questions.

As you can gather from my recent bulletin letters, I spend much of my time these days on long-term plans for the
Shrine. There are a remarkable number of new initiatives here. We Arch Street friars are so grateful for the
hundreds of terrific people who partner with us on our ministries. Please know that the friars of Holy Name
Province (Franciscans on the east coast of the U.S.) are very committed to a long-term presence here in downtown
Boston. Peace and all good things!

Please take this bulletin home with you as well as the many brochures in our lobby that advertise the programs and
services of the Shrine. Information is also available on our website: www.stanthonyshrine.org Thank you for being with
us today.

Bereavement Support Group


Contact: Fr. Joe Quinn, OFM, 617-542-6440, ext. 239 or
jquinn@stanthonyshrine.org. Mondays, June 1, 8, 15,
22, 29 & July 6, 2015 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. 4th fl. Clare
room Monday, July 6 - Remembrance Mass Facilitator:
Fr. Joe Quinn, OFM, Grief Ministry Requirement:
Attendance at all six sessions. Limited enrollment. Preregistrations required.

Seniors at Arch Street


June 3: Lunch & An American in Paris movie
June 10: Lunch & Presentation
June 17: Lunch & Spring Planting Project
June 24: Trip to Stonyfield Farms & Budweiser (9 a.m.)
Registration and payment required for trip. See fliers in lobby.
Each week, the group gathers for Mass at 10:00 a.m. followed
by exercise, program, and a lunch in the auditorium. For more
information, contact Fr. Barry Langley, OFM, at
617-542-6440 x241

Upcoming 20s/30s Events:


Our 2 Annual Picnic and Mass on Boston Common
with the Young Adults at the Paulist Center will be on
Sunday, August 2nd at 2:00 p.m.
nd

Fr. Thomas Conway, OFM


Executive Director
Welcome to St. Anthony Shine Community. All are welcome here. No one is excluded.

Travel Opportunity!
You are invited to join Fr. Raphael Bonanno, OFM and
GO-Ahead Tours to Imperial China, cruise the Yangtze
River, and visit Shanghai October 14-28, 2015. The trip
will be educational and inspirational. Cost is $4,274 per
person.
Any questions, contact Clarissa at 1-800-438-7172.
Mark your calendar!
Join us in a Week of Prayer in honor of the
Feast of St. Anthony.
Fr. Eric Carpine, OFM, will deliver a homily about St.
Anthony at each of the Masses on June 6th and 7th.
Fr. Eric will also join us from
June 8th-12th during the 11:45 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
Masses and will share his St. Anthony Festival Prayer.
St. Anthony Feast Mass is on Saturday, June 13th at
12:00 pm.

Second Collection
The second collection on the weekend of
June 6th and 7th will go to support St.
Anthonys Bread
in honor of St. Anthonys Feast Day. Your
generosity is most appreciated.

St. Anthonys 20s/30s Young Adults is partnering with


St. Cecilia Young Adults Group and The Paulist Center
Young Adults Group for a dinner cruise on the Boston
Harbor Saturday, August 15, 2015 from 8-11 p.m.
For more information, please email: sas20s30s@stanthonyshrine.org
Join our Facebook group: 20s/30s Boston, St. Anthony Shrine
Follow us on Twitter: @sas20s/30s