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September 12th, A. D. 2023
A special Thank you to AmeriCorps who helped with Safety Sign around our Cathedral Abbey!
September 9th, A. D. 2023
We started our Video project for Live-Stream for Mass with hundreds of feet cable laying. Thank you Dave, Brother Eric and family!
September 9th, A. D. 2023
Our Church Neighborhood is coming back to life thanks to the efforts of our hard working people with the Spirit of a new Community. According to the wish of our neighbors, our neighborhood will be called in the near future: Saint Anthony Village. Thank you all for your Love! We are Family!
August 9th, A. D. 2023
Repairs on the monastery indoor and outdoor continue. 4 floors stairways, and front entrance brick tucking.
Come Join us for the Celebration of our Church Patron
Mass, Tuesday, June 13th 10:00 AM
Solemn Mass Sunday, June 18th, 2023
June 7th, A. D. 2023
Roof repairs ongoing
May 23rd, A. D. 2023
Today, ongoing roofing repairs on church and monastery.
May 21st, A. D. 2023
Thank you all so much who came to our Classical Piano Concert with the amazing Pianist, Mr. Joe Lipare!
Thank you Joe for your selfless service for our community!
Thank you all for your donations! And thanks to our Volunteers for their tireless service
May 13th, A. D. 2023
An Afternoon with modern Music in our Cathedral
May 6th, A. D. 2023
April 20, A. D. 2023
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Come Join us for
Last Supper: Thursday 7:00 PM
Stations of the Cross 2:00 PM
Liturgy: Passion of Christ 3:00 PM
Easter Sunday Celebration: 11:00 AM
Peace and Greetings, dear sisters and brothers and all people of good will on this First Sunday of Lent!
Wishing you all times of meditations in this Lenten Season as we walk with Jesus toward his Suffering, dying and Resurrection. As we reflect on this Sunday's Gospel, we are faced with the threefold temptation of Jesus by Satan trying to keep him from his mission to bring the true Kingdom to us.
He says No to the temptation to become a magic power to create food at his pleasure, no He becomes the Bread of life.
He says no to the temptation of the evil doer who is twisting the Bible to his advantage to have Jesus perform magic. He will not give in to show at the Devil's behalf that he is safe over death...His death for our salvation will be the way towards Golgotha and the crucifixion!
He says No to the temptation of the Evil One to be the earthly ruler and adore the Devil who promised him the power and might over all created things and its splendor. Jesus is the Son of God, and his Kingdom is a different Kingdom than that of Satan. His Kingdom is about true Love, Peace, Mercy and Justice...
May we resist temptations with all our heart and soul when they come toward us in many different ways, either in hidden or in aggressive ways.
The soul rejoices when we resist temptations that will eventually destroy us, and God rejoices of every Sinner who comes back to Him and there is more joy in heaven.
With my prayers promised for you all in this Lenten Season
Blessings along the Journey
From the Ecumenical Primate
The Holy See of the ECCC
Some time ago our communion passed a resolution to require that all students who are in pursuit holy orders would need a bachelor’s degree of theology. This requirement was met with widespread approval and appreciation from our worldwide communion of the Ecumenical Catholic Church of Christ.
Our institution of choice has been our own St. Anthony’s Cathedral House of Liturgical Studies (SACHLS). Our institution offers training for all people who are pursuing Minor and Holy Orders, including aspirants, and those who are interested in growing and developing spiritually and academically in service to the communion and wider Christian circles. Therefore, I am urging all clergy members to participate in sending students to the school who need seminary training and who need courses to augment their formation and their training from parish leaders.
You will find attached a flyer from our institution, which can be printed and shared with all potential students and interested persons. If you have access to the Internet, you can also share the school’s website at www.stanthonysliturgicalhouse.org or enter into conversations with school officials at its Facebook page (www.facebook.com/stanthonyshouseofliturgicalstudies).
There are certification programs in the House of Studies and professional and academic degrees, ranging from the bachelor’s degree, including the Bachelor of Theology and Baccalaureate of Theology, to the Masters of Divinity and to a research degree known as the Doctor of Theology (Th. D.). Some of our student body are to be found throughout the world in the following countries: Haiti, Vanuatu, Kenya, and multiple states within the United States.
Looking forward that you can bring students, young and older to this great opportunity of studies!
Wishing all much success in their spiritual growth
Blessings in the Good Lord
++Dr. Karl Rodig
January 15th, A. D., 2023
Baptism of Kenneth Ray.
Welcome to God's Children and his Church Family
He even gave us a High Five :o)
December 30th, A. D. 2022
Come join us this Sunday for Christmas Day
Service 11:00 AM
We wholeheartedly welcome the incardination of our new auxiliary Bishop Dom Pier Mario Lippi who has a community in Siena: community of Saint Benedict and Bruno. We welcome wholeheartedly the incardination of Father Vito Sollucente and his community in Bari: St. Nicola and Giovanni di Dio.
Congratulations to the ordination of our new deaconess Rev. Rosalia Maria Pia Dipace for the new community of Novara: Holy Mary mother of the joy.
We pray for the ordination of the new deacon, Rev. Pietro Corposanto on January 21st, he will have his new community in Taranto: St. Lucy.
New Mission of San Lazaro opened in Benidorm, southern Spain, under the leadership of Fr. Adalberto. They are getting doing very well with new members coming in to the Church. Congratulations to all!
Through our Nuncio for Eastern Europe, we wholeheartedly welcome the incardination of our new Pastor for Jerusalem, Rev. Zachar Prav.
New Mission opened in Andorra by our archbishop ++Antonio Jimenez Aguado. Congratulations!
Latin America and Caribbean:
The archdiocese of Costa Rica under the leadership of Archbishop Sebastian Pla has two new auxiliary bishops, bishop +Enrique Vasquez and bishop +Luis Leiva. Congratulations to your consecrations! Prayers for the ordinations of the new deacons for Costa Rica Manuel Alejandro Zamora Santana.
Through our Apostolic Nuncio for Latin America, Archbishop ++Sebastian Pla, we welcome the Intercommunion with Vetero Iglesia Catolica Hispana under the leadership of Archbishop ++Jose Luis Miralles Castro. The archdiocese is also very involved with projects for the immigrants and the poor street children.
Colombia, Spain, Portugal, Ecuador, and Andorra:
We have received Archbishop ++Antonio Jimenez into our Church and established for his church the
Prelatura Fraternidad Sacerdotal de Santa Filomena with missions in Colombia, Spain, Portugal, Ecuador, and Andorra.
Congratulations to the consecration of our first bishop for Cuba, bishop +Vladimir Jimenez Lorenzo for our Orthodox Diocese in Cuba and the Caribbean! They also involved with the elderly in our Church in the Dominican Republic. Prayers for the ordination of the new deacon in Cuba in January, Rev. Jesus Hernandez.
Prayers for our mission in Haiti who lost their church building due to storms.
Through the efforts of our Apostolic Nuncio for Latin America, A new mission in Honduras will be opened for our Church. Congratulations!
Bishop +Rodolpho is involved with the human rights groups for the indigenous in different parts in Mexico, and he works very well with the Jesuit priests as well.
Fr. Roberto is continuing his youth ministry for the university campus in Leon.
Prayers for Bishop +Angel Munoz and his people as they went through floods due to the Hurricane.
We welcome our new brothers who have done their vows through our Provincial for the USA, Archbishop Dr. Tony Scudery, NOSF for the Franciscan Order of the NOSF Br. Abel A. Soto and Br. Steve Forry. At the Cathedral Church in Detroit, we have had a lot of repairs for the roof due to storms and plumbing and electrical repairs as well. With the help of volunteers, our outreach for the poor and homeless people has been very successful providing food and clothes and social assistance. Our online school is doing very well under Chancellor Dr. Tom Roberts and the Administrator Gary Starzak and the great faculty! We also have a new mission in the
Our Vicar General, Rev. Yuri has been very active with ecumenical relations and joint prayer events in the Ukraine and beyond with the Major Orthodox Churches. It is a remarkable sign of unity expressed in the gatherings between our Churches. Thank you for your ministry!
Opening of new mission. Congratulations!
December 18th, A. D. 2022
Children Santa. 70 Children received gifts, many smiling faces. Special thanks to all who made this day possible.
December 14th, A. D. 2022
Thank to all the donors who made it possible to help Children in need for their Christmas Gifts!
Thank you volunteers for preparations.
November 13th, A. D. 2022
Visitors from California who's parents were married at St. Anthony in 1946
November 12th, A. D. 2022
Our Sheridan Neighborhood block meeting at our Church class room is doing great bringing a written off area back to life.
Thank you Felicia, Kim and Rhonda and all who are part of it.
October 17th, A. D. 2022
Electrical repairs on the entire outdoors security and flood lights
October 4th, Saint Francis Day, A. D. 2022
Blessed Day of St. Francis. May he show us always the importance for God and Creation. His life and sincere love gives us hope and encouragement for our faith.
September 25th, A. D. 2022
Congratulations to your Baptism, Eleanor Grace! Welcome to God's Church Family!
May you grow into God's everlasting Love.
September 10th, A. D. 2022
Blessed Matrimony to Jaylyn and Star, health, peace and always God's Love.
July 25 A. D. 2022
Happy blessed 75th Birthday to our Sister Theresa, health and God's Love, many more years to you. Thank you for your service at our Cathedral!
July 3rd, A. D. 2022
Come and join us for the Celebration of our Church Patron
Sunday June 12th A. D. 2022
At 11:00 AM
5247 Sheridan Street, Detroit, MI 48213
June, A. D. 2022
Since Easter we are again serving food after Sunday Mass, many poor people have no access to food on Sunday. God is good. Thanks to all our volunteers! If you can financially support our efforts for food for the poor, it is deeply appreciated.
May 25th, A. D., 2022
Rest in Peace, good brother, Dr. James We will miss your laughter and sincere heart.
May the Angels of the Lord welcome you to Paradise.
May 22nd, Saint Rita de Cascia, A. D.2022
May 13th, A. D. 2022
Congratulations Christina and Todd to your wedding Celebration! Always Love, health and the gift of Children. Prayers will always the right glue in your Marriage.
Please join us for this rare apostolic event
At our Cathedral of St. Anthony on Sunday May 22nd 2022
5247 Sheridan Street, Detroit, Michigan 48213
May 5th, A. D. 2022
April 24th, A. D. 2022
Congratulations and many blessings to you Adan and Juancristobal to your Sacrament of Confirmation!
Holy Week 2022
Palm Sunday 11:00 AM
Holy Thursday 7:00 PM Last Supper
Good Friday 2:00 PM Stations of the Cross
3:00 PM The Passion of Christ
Easter Sunday: 11:00 AM Celebration of The Resurrection of our Lord and Savior
Lord by your cross and resurrection, you have set us free. You are the savior of the world.
March 16th, 2022
Roof Repairs of the Church East Side Nave after heavy winds ripped of parts of the roof.
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February A. D. 2022
January 30, A. d. 2022
Congratulations, Sylvin to your Baptim and First Holy Communion!
May you grow with Christ.
Blessed are the children of God! We gave Christmas gifts to 87 poor children. A special Thank you to those who helped so much with donations and our tireless volunteers.
November 27th, A. D. 2021
Congratulations Fabian and Valeria on your great wedding day!
God's Blessings, Health and the gift of healthy children!
Come and join our St. Francis Celebration
Sunday October 3rd 11:00 AM
Monday October 4th 11:00 AM
August 1st, A. D. 2021
Welcome to God's Church family, Angelino Richard. May you grow with Christ on your side, and the love and protection of your family and the angels. Congratulation Suave Family!
Please join us Sunday, July 25th at 11:00 AM for a High Mass Celebration of the 120th Anniversary of
The Corner Stone Laying of our Cathedral in the Year
Of the Jubilee of Christ's Birth
In the Year of our Lord 1901.
July 3rd, 2021
we reopened our Clothes and Food pantry after 14 months during the pandemic delivering clothes and food personally to our neighborhood.
Please, if you have clothes and non-Perishable food, let us know, or make a monetary donation to:St. Anthony
5247 Sheridan street, Detroit, Mi 48213.
We deeply appreciate all your help!
Blessings to you and all your loved ones.
June 27th, A. D. 2021
Congratulations Jose for receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation! Many blessings, may you grow with Faith and devotion to Jesus' Kingdom!
We are in sorrow of a good man, wonderful preacher of the Word of the Lord, and pastor and great theologian
Upon returning home, he practiced as an emergency room physician across the country. His passion was family and serving others. He was beloved by all who knew him. He was a life-long member of the Catholic Church, and he was an ordained priest in the New Order of St. Francis and St. Clare of the Ecumenical Catholic Church of Christ. He was preceded in death by his parents; He is survived by his sister, Alina (Jack) Grier; his sons, Scott, Leopoldo, Adam, and Jeremy Carrera; several grandchildren; and countless close friends that he considered family.
Come celebrate with us
This Sunday June 13th
Our Patron Saint Anthony of Padua
High Mass at 11:00 AM
Education Campaign - Opportunity
We wanted to remind you and emphasize the beauty and importance of Education,
be it you are a seminarian, lay people, or as continued education program.
We have a great School that is very happy to receive you online wherever you are in this world!
Please contact the School, refer students, lay people, your seminarians,
and if you know other Churches who seek education,
we welcome them, we are ecumenical after all :)
As you know we have the school website posted everywhere on our websites.
Here it is: https://www.stanthonysliturgicalhouse.org
5th Sunday of Easter 2021
We welcome Axel into the Christian Church through his Baptism today! Many blessings upon Julissa and Kevin for having received the Holy Spirit in the sacrament of confirmation today! May you grow more and more into Christ love.