Getting Away

Getting Away

Reporting on the travels of those who live and work at St. Anthony’s is not an uncommon topic for the Chronicle. The summer entries in the old Chronicles are replete with the friars’ comings and goings. The newest priests, having finished their studies, moved on to...
Summertime

Summertime

Summertime is just around the corner. Even though summer does not officially start until next Tuesday, we have already had a few opportunities to re-acclimate to summertime’s heat and humidity. Summer also means JustBob and his crew of both volunteer and hired help...
Great and Small

Great and Small

Here at St. Anthony’s, we strive to remain true to our Franciscan roots by welcoming all. We must be doing something right because a number of God’s creatures feel at home here. Several weeks ago when the Beatification Team was here for spring planting, they spotted...
Connected to the Past

Connected to the Past

May 30, 1952 – Memorial Day. Almost the entire community went out to the little cemetery above the river to witness the annual commemorative ceremonies for our former chaplain, Fr. Myron. The local post of the American Legion marched from town and held the...
God’s Beautiful Creation

God’s Beautiful Creation

Here at St. Anthony’s, we echo the praises of St. Francis for the glory of all creation. God has certainly created many colorful and beautiful varieties of plant life. But like many things, God relies on other creatures to assist in God’s creative work. In this case,...
Many Hands

Many Hands

April is Volunteer Appreciation month, but at St. Anthony’s, we appreciate our volunteers year-round. JustBob was especially appreciative for the many hands who came out to help him clean up the grounds on Saturday. Thirteen volunteers from a wide range of ages came...