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Saint Anthony Cathedral Abbey welcomes you!

St. Anthony Serving God's People since 1857

Since 2010 The Ecumenical Catholic Church of Christ

 

Peace and Unity among all Churches


The Christian Church is Ecumenical in Nature    


All are welcome means inclusive



Renewed daily - A ministry of Hope through Christ Jesus - No matter what.




Come and Celebrate
With our Faith Family 
  All are welcome, and we mean it.
We are an inclusive and affirming 
Catholic Congregation 
of Seekers and Believers
we embrace innovation 
and open-minded conversation.
All created equal by our loving God 
who empowers us to be a 
Community of Faith,
Hope, Love and Peace. 
We want to put our beliefs into
action in all aspects of Life.



Mission Statement

The Cathedral Church Family of Saint Anthony is centered in Christ, empowered 

By the Holy Spirit, anchored in the Holy Bible, and nourished by the Sacraments.  

It proclaims, witnesses and shares the “Good News” of Jesus Christ. 

As the mother church of the Ecumenical Catholic Church of Christ, our liturgical 

Services and Community efforts shall advance the peaceful and continued 

Building of the Kingdom of God. 

In our ecumenical relationships with other denominations, we celebrate unity to 

The Glory of our Loving God.



Cathedral Services

 
Sundays 

Mass: 11:00 AM

Sunday Morning Laudes 10:15 AM in Cathedral


Confessions: Sundays: 10:15 to 10:45 AM

Sunday School after Sunday Mass



                

         Weekdays:                      

    Morning Prayer (Laudes): 

8:30 AM followed by daily Mass Monastery Chapel



2nd Tuesday of the Month 

Midtown St. Francis and St. Clare Chapel

100 Parson Street Behind the DSO

Mass 10:00 AM  




   Wednesdays    

St. Anthony Nursing home

Mass 10:00 AM



Fridays  

Eucharistic Adoration 

11:45 AM



Saturdays

Bible Studies 

Monastery Classroom 

 2:00 PM 



Saturdays

Neighborhood Canvassing Seminar Projects

 To Save Homes from Foreclosure
Monastery Classroom 
 10:00 AM 



Every Second Saturday 

Clothes and Food Pantry:

11:00 AM - 1:15 PM




Sundays:

AA meeting 

1:30 PM in the social area






Sundays

Al Anon meeting 

1:30 PM in the Classroom of the Monastery 






Sundays

Sunday School: 

12:30 AM







Our worldwide website:

 www.ecumenicalccc.org


New Order Saint Francis and St. Clare:

 www.theneworderofsaintfrancis.org 



St. Anthony Liturgical House of Studies:

 https://www.stanthonysliturgicalhouse.org



For a visit of our famous historical Glass Stained Windows, visit the Link below:

http://www.michiganstainedglass.org/collections/building.php?id=17-83-2BD

Credit and Special thanks to Mr. Michael Surdyk



On Radio:  http://www.wbcq.com

Biblical Perspectives WBCQ 7490 Short Wave Radio. 7:00 PM Eastern Standard

 Time North America and around the world. Special thanks to Fr. Tom!


Facebook:  Karl Rodig



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Credit for picture: Mr. Zachariah Blackerby


 Credit of picture above Mr. Mark Hall 



 

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Credit of picture above Archbishop Dr. Karl Rodig


Photo Mr. Mark Hall











 


5247 Sheridan Street 

Detroit, MI 48213

From I-94, take Van Dyke Exit, go down to Gratiot Ave, turn right, 

  and right again on Sheridan




Chapel of St. Francis and St. Clare

2nd Tuesday of the Month Mass 10:00 AM 








St. Anthony Healthcare Center 


Mass every Wednesday 10:00 AM






St. Anthonhy of Padua 

The Patron of our Cathedral 

 

Feast Day: June 13

Born August 15th, 1195

Death June 13th, 1231

 Already 9 month after his death, he was canonized and declared a Saint.

In 1946 he was declared Doctor of the Church

"The devil is afraid of us when we pray and make sacrifices. He is also afraid when we are humble and good. He is especially afraid when we love Jesus very much. He runs away when we make the Sign of the Cross"St. Anthony of Padua  

 





St. Francis



Lord, make me an instrument of your peace, 
Where there is hatred, let me sow love;
where there is injury, pardon;
where there is doubt, faith;
where there is despair, hope;
where there is darkness, light;
where there is sadness, joy;
O Divine Master, grant that I may not so much seek to be consoled as to console; 
to be understood as to understand; 
to be loved as to love.
For it is in giving that we receive; 
it is in pardoning that we are pardoned; 
and it is in dying that we are born to eternal life.





St. Clare


O glorious Saint Clare!
God has given you the power of working miracles continually, and the favor of answering the prayers of those who invoke your assistance in misfortune, anxiety, and distress; we beseech you, obtain for us from Jesus, through Mary, His Blessed Mother, what we beg of you so fervently and hopefully, if it be for the greater honor and glory of God and for the good of our souls.
Saint Clare Pray For Us!
Amen.







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Think about, we are all the human family and in need of Love, not hatred. May we all understand the ultimate source of our Existence that we are created equal by a loving God.



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