2275 Atkinson Street • Regina, Saskatchewan, S4N 3X2 • (306) 522-3363

Our parish family invites all of its members to participate fully in our spiritual and social life. Every family moving into our parish is requested to register. If you are going to move to another parish or change your address, please notify your parish office.

 

Who is a member of St. Anthony’s Parish?

According to Catholic thought and tradition, it is through baptism that one is incorporated into the living Body of Christ, The Church. By joining a worshipping community, a baptized Catholic becomes a member of a particular parish. Therefore, it is expected that a parishioner of St. Anthony’s Parish should meet the following:

SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM

Parents and Godparents are required to participate in a baptismal preparation program. Please contact the priest at least one month  in advance. At least one parent should be  a member of this parish.

 

SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION

Confessions - Daily before Mass.

SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE

Engaged couples should contact the Parish Office at least six months in advance. Participation in marriage preparation is a policy of this Archdiocese.

PASTORAL CARE

OF THE SICK

Holy Communion will be administered to the sick at home every first Friday of the month or upon request.

Address

2275 Atkinson Street
Regina, Saskatchewan, S4N 3X2

 

Office & Rectory:

(306) 522-3363

 

Office Hours - Biuro Parafialne:

Monday-Friday 9:30-10:30 AM

& after Evening Mass

 

Email:

stanthonys-regina@myaccess.ca

 

Pastor /Proboszcz:

Rev. Stanisław Poszwa, S.Ch.
In Residence: Rev. Marian Ogórek, S.Ch.

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The Nativity of St John the Baptist

24 June

Reading 1 Isa 49:1—6 I will make you the light of the nations.

Psalm Ps 138:1-3, 13-15 r. 14 I thank you for the wonder of my being.

Reading 2 Acts 13:22-26 Jesus, whose coming was heralded by John.

Gospel Acclamation Luke 1: 76 As for you, little child, you shall be called a prophet of God, the Most High. You shall go ahead of the Lord to prepare his ways before him.

Gospel Luke 1:57-66, 80 His name is John.

 

 

12th Sunday in Ordinary Time

25 June

Reading 1 Jer 20:10-13 He has delivered the soul of the needy from the hands of evil men.

Psalm Ps 68:8-10. 14.17. 33-35 r.14 In your great love, answer me, O God.

Reading 2 Rom 5:12-15 The gift considerably outweighed the fall.

Gospel Acclamation John 1:14.12 The Word was made flesh and lived among us; to all who did accept him he gave power to become children of God.

John 15:26. 27 The Spirit of truth will be my witness; and you too will be my witnesses.

Gospel Matt 10:26-33 Do not be afraid of those who will kill the body.

 

 

St Peter & St Paul

29 June

Reading 1 Acts 12:1-11 Now I know the Lord really did save me from Herod.

Psalm Ps 33:2-9 r. 5 or 8 From all my terrors the Lord set me free. or

The angel of the Lord rescues those who revere him.

Reading 2 2 Tim 4:6-8, 17-18 All there is to come is the crown of righteousness reserved for me.

Gospel Acclamation Matt: 16:18 You are Peter and on this rock I will build my Church.

And the gates of the underworld can never hold out against it.

Gospel Matt 16:13-19 You are Peter, and I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven.

 

 

Canada Day

July 1

Special day of prayer in Canada - Blessings and prayers for home and family

 

 

13th Sunday in Ordinary Time

2 July

Reading 1 2 Kings 4:8-11, 14-16 This is a holy man of God, let him rest there.

Psalm Ps 88: 2-3. 16-19 r.2 I will sing for ever of your love, O Lord.

Reading 2 Rom 6:3-4, 8-11 When we were baptised we went into the tomb with Christ, so that we too might live a new life.

Gospel Acclamation cf. Acts 16:14 Open our hearts, O Lord, to accept the words of your Son

1 Peter 2:9 You are a chosen ace, a royal priesthood, a people set apart to sing the praises of God who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light.

Gospel Matt 10:37-42 Anyone who does not take his cross is not worthy of me. Anyone who welcomes you welcomes me.

 

 

14th Sunday in Ordinary Time

9 July

Reading 1 Zech 9:9-10 See now, your king comes humbly to you.

Psalm Ps 144: 1-2. 8-11. 13-14 r. 1 I will bless your name for ever, O God my King or Alleluia!

Reading 2 Rom 8:9, 11-13 If by the Spirit you put an end to the misdeeds of the body, you will live.

Gospel Acclamation cf. Matt 11:25 Blessed are you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, for revealing the mysteries of the kingdom to mere children.

Gospel Matt 11:25-30 I am gentle and humble of heart.

 

 

15th Sunday in Ordinary Time

16 July

The liturgical feast day Our Lady of the Scapular is popularly associated with the devotion of the Scapular.

Reading 1 Isa 55:10-11 The rain makes the earth give growth.

Psalm Ps 64:10-14 r.Lk 8:8 Some seed fell into rich soil and produced its crop.

Reading 2 Rom 8:18-23 The whole creation is eagerly waiting for God to reveal his sons.

Gospel Acclamation 1 Sam 3:9; John 6:68 Speak, Lord, your servant is listening: you have the message of eternal life.

The seed is the word of God, Christ the sower; whoever finds the seed will remain for ever.

Gospel Matt 13:1-23 A sower went out to sow.

 

 

16th Sunday in Ordinary Time

23 July

First Reading Wisdom 12:13,16-19 God has shown himself to be a God of justice and mercy.

Responsorial Psalm Psalm 86:5-6,9-10,15-16 A prayer to God for mercy.

Second Reading Romans 8:26-27 The Spirit intercedes for us with God.

Gospel  Matthew 13:24-43 Jesus offers parables about the Kingdom of Heaven and explains them to his disciples.

 

 

17th Sunday in Ordinary Time

30 July

First Reading 1 Kings 3:5,7-12 Solomon pleases God when he asks for a wise and understanding heart to better govern the people.

Responsorial Psalm Psalm 119:57,72,76-77,127-130 The law of the Lord is more precious than silver and gold.

Second Reading Romans 8:28-30 God chose us to be conformed to the image of his Son.

Gospel Reading Matthew 13:44-52 Jesus teaches about the Kingdom of Heaven.

 

 

 

 

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