St. Anthony Mission Catholic Church

Welcome All!

St. Anthony Mission Church is a welcoming Catholic community called by God to
  live the message of Christ in love and service to all people.

St. Anthony Mission Church es una comunidad Católica acogedora llamada por Dios para vive el mensaje de Cristo en amor y servicio a todas las personas.

Special Mandate from His Holiness Pope Francis Regarding the Plenary Indulgence During November 2020 


Important Messages from the Charleston Diocese

Diocesan Statement on the McCarrick Report

2020 - 2021 Seminarians - Extension of Vocations Week

Catholic schools and ministries of the Diocese of Charleston will participate in #iGiveCatholic on Tuesday, Dec. 1 from 12:00 a.m. - 11:59 p.m. During this special 24-hour Giving Tuesday event, we will celebrate our faith and support our schools and ministries. Your gift can make an impact! Please accept this invitation to give thanks and give back. Visit https://charleston.igivecatholic.org and search for your favorite school or ministry. Gifts are also being accepted during the Advanced Giving phase which runs from Nov. 16-30. For more information, please contact Anne Durney at (843) 261-0437 or adurney@charlestondiocese.org.

Watch Live Streamed Masses 

 

 

We Are Back At St. Anthony Mission Church!
 


Resumption of Masses

Returning to Mass Guidelines

Masses Live Streamed from St. Gregory the Great

Daily Mass - 8:30 am (English)
Sunday Mass - 11 am (English)Mensaje de Pascua del Obispo Robert E. Guglielmone (Español)

Domingo Misa - 1 pm (Español)

Saint Gregory the Great Live Streamed Masses

San Gregorio el Grande Las Misas de la Transmisión en Vivo

Ways to Continue Giving

Mailing Check

St. Anthony Mission
21 Main Street
Hardeeville, SC 29927

(Remember to put your parishioner number on the check).

Via Website
 

Online Giving

(This requires that you set up an account).

Online Banking

You can set up, through your bank's Bill Pay, an online account that will mail your donation to the church for you. 
(Don't forget to include your parishioner number somewhere in the setup).

 



Is Coming!

We are looking for ways in which we can all stay "safely connected" during the pandemic in order to continue to practice important tenets of our faith. Zoom is one of the ways we are trying to do this as discussed at our first Church Council meeting since the start of the pandemic.

You will be hearing more about this in the coming weeks.

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY AND A PRIEST IS NEEDED: CALL 843-757-5558 IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO CONTACT OUR DEACONS: Deacon Brian Laws 843-707-7492 Deacon Al Schito 843-540-7547

November is for Thanksgiving - Let Us Pray!

Alice Cella - Liturgy Committee Member

November and Thanksgiving are almost synonymous. It is the month in which we take a day and dedicate it to thanking God for all His blessings.  It is a time when we pray for our deceased, too.

We thank God at mealtime when we say grace and of course we pray in the various ways we have learned but did you ever think about how many ways there are to pray?

For example, there is Liturgical prayer, as in the Our Father which comes straight from the Bible and is used in liturgy. Liturgy is defined as public prayer, like the Mass, and is distinguished from devotional prayer like the Rosary. Devotional prayer can be shared or private.

Let's look at the kinds of prayer there are: There is Direct Address (conversing with God) and this has four types. Petition, when we ask of God; Thanksgiving when we are grateful to God; Reparation when we apologize to God and Adoration when we express love for God.

There is also Meditation, this is reflective prayer in which the mind thinks about God and divine things.  Objects of meditation are three: 1) The mysteries of faith; 2) Seeking knowledge of what God wants us to do, and 3) Seeking how God wants to be served.

And there is Contemplation which is that prayer which looks at God by contemplating and adoring his attributes more than by asking him for favors or thanking him for graces received.

There are many ways in which we can pray. Singing is a good example, joining in hymns at Mass or choral singing. All through the psalms, we read of joyful singing which is really praise of God. One of the best habits we can form is daily offertory prayer. When we offer to God our day and all that it contains; when we offer to God endurance of pain or suffering in atonement for sin; when we offer him our joys sadness or struggles, which shows that we accept his will. In this, we express love for God.

Prayer is the voluntary awareness of God's presence. Let us pray!


Catholic Charities Update from the Diocese of Charleston 


 

Litany of St. Anthony



St. Anthony Mission
Catholic Church


Administrator
 Rev. Msgr. Ronald R. Cellini

Website
www.saintanthonymission.com

E-mail
 stanthony@hardeevillecatholic.org

Charleston Diocese Website


 

Holy Days of Obligation
 


Weekly Feast & Saint Days
 

Nov. 23 : St. Clement I, Pope St. Columban, Abbot Blessed Miguel Agustín Pro, Priest and Martyr

Nov. 24 : ST. ANDREW DŨNG-LẠC, PRIEST, AND COMPANIONS, MARTYRS

Nov. 25 : St. Catherine of Alexandria, Virgin and Martyr

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