Relic Tour of St. Anthony of Padua in New York, New Jersey & Connecticut in June 2016

The relics of St. Anthony of Pauda will be in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut in June and will be accompanied by a Friar from the Messenger of St. Anthony in Padua.  One of the relics is a piece of his floating rib and is the same relic that Archbishop Jorge Bergoglio, now Pope Francis, held as he led a procession in Buenos Ares, Argentina in 2000.

St Anthony Reliquary

St. Anthony is a Doctor of the Church and is the patron saint of lost things, barren women, sailors, the poor and travelers


June 10, 2016
Church of the Assumption
Roselle Park, NJ
veneration starting at 11am

June 11-13, 2016
St. Francis of Assisi Church
New York, NY
June 11 – veneration 3pm to 7pm
June 12 -Veneration 10:15am-2pm and 4pm to 7pm
June 13 -Veneration all day in the lower church from 7am to 8pm

June 14, 2016
The Basilica of St. John the Evangelist The Mother Church of Stamford
Stamford, CT
Veneration all day long

June 15, 2016
St. Ann’s Church
Yonkers, NY 
(The Chapel is on Midland Ave.  Walk to the back of the building to enter the church)
Veneration begins at 11am until after the 7:30pm Mass

June 16, 2016
Most Precious Blood Church
National Shrine of St. Gennaro
New York, NY
Veneration begins at 11:30am until after the 7pm Mass

June 17, 2016
St. Anthony Parish
Nanuet, NY
Veneration all day

June 18 2016
St. Mary Help of Christians Church
Paterson, NJ
Veneration starts at noon all day until after the last Mass

June 19, 2016
Church of St. Anthony
Yonkers, NY
Veneration before and after each Mass

St. Anthony, pray for us!

For other relics on tour and available for veneration visit our Relics & Events page.


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