Camposampiero and Arcella

The Churches of Camposampiero and Arcella The pilgrimage to “Anthonian shrines” is not complete by merely visiting St. Anthony’s tomb and the Basilica where it is located; there are other shrines of merit: Camposampiero, where St. Anthony spent his final days, and Arcella where he left this life.
Toronto CANADA The Franciscan Church of St. Bonaventure in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toronto, is home to the St. Bonaventure Parish Community, the Franciscan Friars and a Secular Franciscan fraternity of lay women and men. You are always welcome at St. Bonaventure!
Istanbul TURKEY The beautiful gothic Church of Saint Anthony constructed in 1907.
WY Casper U.S.A. The Church of Saint Anthony is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Kochchikade SRILANKA St. Anthony’s Kochchikade is one of the best-known Churches in the Archdiocese of Colombo, both to Christians and non-Christians.
Hawthorn VIC AUS Saint Anthony national shrine is a haven for diverse ethnic communities fervent clients of Saint Anthony.
Toongabbie NSW AUS … and in 1962 the new church of St Anthony’s was built. The parish vision is, “We the Church of St Anthony’s are called to a greater realisation of the kingdom of God and to spread the good news of Jesus Christ.”
MA Boston U.S.A. Saint Anthony Shrine, “The Church on Arch Street”, is a center for Roman Catholic Ministry in Boston, Massachusetts.
Den hellige Antonius av Padova Skytshelgen for fransiskanere, gjenfinning av mistede ting, de reisende, de elskende, for et godt ekteskap, mot ufruktbarhet, for gruvearbeidere, bakere og husdyr …
The Franciscan Archive A WWW Resource on St. Francis of Assisi and Franciscanism w. links to English, Latin, Italian, Spanish, Portugues, German, French and Polish resources.
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