Lent and Sabbath Time by Sister Chronicler II | February 25, 2021 | Chronicle | 0 CommentsIt has been a few weeks since this Chronicler jumped into the way-back machine to explore what was going on fifty or seventy years ago at St. Anthony’s. That is due partly to the scarcity of the entries in the Chronicles from February 1951 and February 1971. ... Read More Solidarity by Sister Chronicler II | February 20, 2021 | Chronicle | 0 CommentsWe were really hoping that after the year that 2020 was, 2021 would bring more normalcy; instead it has brought us one adventure after another. After nearly two weeks of JustBob coddling and cajoling the boilers, the temperature in the house is now back to normal. Of... Read More Everyday Gifts by Sister Chronicler II | February 11, 2021 | Chronicle | 0 CommentsWhat an adventure winter in Wisconsin can be! This winter, we had almost no snow through November, December or January. Most days, except for a few days around Christmas, the temperatures were almost balmy. It hardly seemed like winter at all. Then last Thursday,... Read More Circle of Life by Sister Chronicler II | January 21, 2021 | Chronicle | 0 CommentsFridays seem to getting a reputation for being adventure days at St. Anthony’s. Last week was the power outage with a (COVID-sized) houseful of guests coming for the weekend. This weekend we were only expecting six guests, but the weekend was just as adventurous. With... Read More Let There Be Light, Please! by Sister Chronicler II | January 14, 2021 | Chronicle | 1 CommentIt is last Friday, 3:15 pm, and our weekend guests are due to begin arriving anytime. The sun is shining and it is a beautiful afternoon. Jackie K., Sr. Barb and Marge are trying to wrap up a few tasks while waiting for the guests to arrive, and Dave J. is here... Read More A Work of Art by Sister Chronicler II | January 7, 2021 | Chronicle | 0 CommentsThis week, all of us at St. Anthony’s - and those in many parts of Wisconsin - were treated to a phenomenon known as rime ice. Rime ice is created when the moisture in fog clings to and freezes on surfaces like tree branches and shrubs. Each morning since Sunday,... Read More New Year’s Eve 2020 by Sister Chronicler II | December 31, 2020 | Chronicle | 1 CommentThe end of the most crazy, bizarre, strange, frustrating, uncertain, exasperating year in anyone’s memory is almost here. We are but a few hours away from turning the calendar page to 2021. I don’t know if there is any year that more people were so eager to see come... Read More Gifts of Christmas Past and Christmas Present by Sister Chronicler II | December 23, 2020 | Chronicle | 1 CommentThe 1950 House Chronicle offers us this glimpse into Christmas Past: Christmas Program December 21 was a joyous day for the friars. This day marked the close of the first semester and the opening of two weeks of vacation. In the evening the Friars Songaleers made... Read More Where is Flat Friar? by Sister Chronicler II | December 16, 2020 | Chronicle | 2 CommentsSome of you may know our frisky, playful house mascot, Flat Friar, from our Facebook page. He has a reputation for being adventurous and a bit mischievous. He is our version of Flat Stanley, the title character from a series of children’s books by Jeff Brown, who,... Read More Circle of Light by Sister Chronicler II | December 10, 2020 | Chronicle | 1 CommentDecember and Advent are both times of darkness, but we are used to dealing with that darkness. This year has seemingly enveloped us in a different kind of darkness, and it has lasted far longer than 4 weeks. The pandemic has been a big part of that darkness. Our... Read More House Chronicle | The Year Of Our Lord 2021 Sign-up for our weekly Email here.