Welcome to Saint Anthony of Padua Catholic Church; the oldest Catholic parish in
Minneapolis. Click here for a complete
history of Saint Anthony of Padua Catholic parish.
Saint Anthony of Padua was born in 1195 in Lisbon, Portugal. Anthony's
family wanted him to become a rich nobleman, but for the sake of Christ, he
became a poor Franciscan priest. A gifted speaker, he attracted crowds
wherever he went. Legend has it that even the fish loved to listen to him.
For more information on Saint Anthony of Padua, visit
What's New at Saint Anthony of Padua
Saturday's 7:30 AM
The weekend begins liturgically at St.
Anthony's with a special time of prayer and reflection on Saturday morning.
A Holy Hour is scheduled at 7:30 AM every Saturday morning and includes the
Rosary, the Sacrament of Reconciliation, and
concludes with Benediction. For those who are seeking greater depth in
their prayer life Eucharistic Adoration is a very important tool for opening up
to the grace of God.
The Holy Hour is followed by a Marian Mass (with Gregorian Chant) at 8:30. This
liturgy takes advantage of the wealth of opportunity for added solemnity in
worship that are available in the liturgical regulations of the Catholic Church. Go to the liturgy link to learn more about it
Monday, May 27,2013
Mass is at 9:00am at Saint Anthony Church.. The church office will be closed.
This is a traditional day to remember the men and women of the armed forces who
have died. It is also a day to remember our family members who have died.
9th Annual Northeast Eucharistic Procession
Sunday, June 9, 2013
Sunday, June 9, Starting at Holy Cross at 3:00pm. Please save the date and plan
to join us. This amazing event will bring our Lord Jesus into the streets of our
preoccupied world and make Him visible, not hidden within our church walls.
Please join us.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Devotions
Third Tuesday of Every Month ,2012
We Have "Our Lady of Perpetual Help Devotions" every third Tuesday of the
month at 5:30 pm. Everyone is welcome to come and pray this special devotion to
Register to Attend Pope John Paul II Catholic School
POPE JOHN PAUL II SCHOOL, where academics, values, and faith development exist
at the heart of each child’s education. For more info call (612) 789-8851
Religious Education Classes
For children in
public schools. Sept thru May. Start in Sept.19th at 6:30 pm at St. Boniface Church. Any
questions please call Carol Torborg at 612-379-2451.
If you are new to our community, or have not yet become a member of our parish, we invite and encourage you to register.
You can register by calling the Parish Office at (612) 379-2324 Monday-Friday.
Rev. Jan Michalski
||8:30 am and 5:30 pm
|Monday - Friday
Note: Prayer of the Holy Rosary is offered
one half hour before weekday and Sunday masses.
Confessions and Devotions|
Saturday 7:45 - 8:10 am and 4:30 - 5:15 pm
||Saturday 7:30 -