Anthony of Padua


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Anthony of Padua

Saint. 1195--1231, Franciscan friar, who preached in France and Italy. Feast day: June 13

Anthony of Padua

St. believed to have preached effectively to school of fishes. [Christian Legend: Benét, 39]
See: Miracle
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Anthony of Padua, another plenary indulgence is to be granted during the mass to be officiated by Archbishop Marlo Peralta of Nueva Segovia, by mandate of the faculty extended by the Apostolic Penitentiary to him.
"Add to this, the intimate setting of Saint Anthony of Padua Church that leaves the audience with a memorable impression," she added, "and perhaps even opens the door for some, for a discovery and lifelong love of classical music."
Teacher David Stead said: "Everybody at St Anthony of Padua was delighted by the success of both boys, who finished fifth, and the girls team."
Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church also in Jersey City.
Devout worshippers waited at Dublin Airport yesterday to greet the relics of St Anthony of Padua.
An accompanying text describes the miracle, associated with Saint Anthony of Padua: When a glass cup fell from the great height of a bell tower, it not only survived the fall but broke the pavement below.
Two versions of Dufay's previously unrecorded Mass for St Anthony of Padua have appeared within a few months of one another: from Pomerium and Alexander Blachly, Dufay: Missa Sancti Anthonii de Padua (Archiv 447 772-2, rec 1995) and from the Binchois Consort under Andrew Kirkman, Dufay: Music for St Anthony of Padua (Hyperion CDA 66854, rec 1996).
Anthony of Padua Parish Church before their scheduled dialogue with students at the Zeferino Arroyo High School Covered Court in Iriga City.
Anthony of Padua, and it is important to note that also Buddhist people devoted to the Saint of Padua participated.
Tabontabon, Leyte - The Saint Anthony of Padua Archdiocesan Shrine here will have an additional afternoon Mass starting Saturday to accommodate the growing number of pilgrims coming to this town.