From the Pastor
I would like to congratulate our eighth graders. They will graduate Monday evening after Mass at 7pm. How exciting for them!!
Josey Butcher Nate Niehau
Trent Gabbard Jessica Scheper
Elizabeth Martin Brody Sullivan
Gracie Martin Liam Westerkamp
It is rather bitter sweet as well. They have been “8th graders” for 3 years. I don’t mean they repeated the grade or anything, but that they have been head of the school for 3 years. When they were in 6th grade, there was no one in the 7th and 8th grade. Each of them has learned to be a great leader. Each of them will be missed at the school. I pray for each of them on their new journey. May they live their Faith all the days of their lives.
Thank you to you parents for providing a Catholic education for your children and entrusting them to St. Anthony School. I know it was a great sacrifice. It shows you care about the Faith which is our hope. I hope each of your families stays involved in the parish.
God bless you all!
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“I desire but this one grace, and long to be consumed like a burning candle in His holy Presence every moment of the life that remains to me. For that I would be willing, I think, to suffer all the pains imaginable till judgment day, if only I should not have to leave His sacred presence. My only motive would be to be consumed in honoring Him and to acknowledge that burning love He shows us in this wonderful Sacrament. Here His love holds Him captive till the end of time. It is of this one can truly say, ‘Love triumphs, love enjoys, Love finds in God its joys.’”
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- Father Matthew Cushing, Pastor
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