The Epiphany Catholic Community of
St. Anthony of Padua, St. Dominic and Most Precious Blood
One Family - Three Locations - All Are Welcome!
St. Anthony of Padua St. Dominic Most Precious Blood Church
4414 Frankford Avenue 5302 Harford Rd. 5010 Bowleys Lane
Baltimore, MD 21206 Baltimore, MD 21214 Baltimore, MD 21206
Tel.: 410-488-0400 Tel.: 410-488-0400 Tel.: 410-488-0400
At St. Anthony of Padua, St. Dominic and Most Precious Blood, we seek to live the Gospel of Jesus Christ as it is proclaimed in the Sacred Scriptures and in the tradition of the Church. Through shared celebration of the sacraments, we are empowered for love and service to one another and to our community of Northeast Baltimore. If you are not already a member of a local church, we invite you to join us in Word and Worship. We extend the same invitation that Jesus himself once extended, "Come and see!"
SACRAMENTAL AND FAITH FORMATION
If you have not registered for Religious Education or any Sacrament Prep
First Reconciliation, First Communion, Baptismal Prep, RCIA
Follow the link and be sure to fill out a separate form for each person / each situation in the family.
Registration for Youth and Adult Faith Formation and Sacramental Preparation-
WEEKEND MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday 5:00pm: St. Francis of Assisi
Sunday 8:00am: Shrine of the Little Flower
Sunday 8:30am: St. Dominic
Sunday 9:30am: St. Anthony - Contemporary Music Ensemble
Sunday 9:30am: St. Francis of Assisi
Sunday 10:00am: Most Precious Blood - Traditional Choir
Sunday 11:30am: St. Anthony - Traditional Choir
Sunday 11:30am: Shrine of the Little Flower
WEEKDAY MASS SCHEDULE
Monday 8:00am - St. Dominic
Tuesday 8:00am - St. Anthony
Wednesday 8:00am - Shrine of the Little Flower
Thursday 8:00am - St. Francis of Assisi
Friday 8:00am - Shrine of the Little Flower
Saturday 9:00am - St. Francis of Assisi
Listing of parishes that are livestreaming daily and weekend Masses can be found at www.archbalt.org/online-mass. At the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, the Sunday 11 a.m. Mass with Archbishop Lori is broadcast on Ch. 24 (MyTV) Baltimore: Comcast (24), Verizon (509) and DirecTV/DISH (41). The Masses will re-air on WCBM AM-680 at 7 p.m. every Sunday.
Masses are available online (livestreaming and recorded) at some local parishes. For a list of online Masses visit: www.archbalt.org/online-mass/
The Archdiocese has established a special page on its website for the faithful of the Archdiocese to submit requests for prayers - www.archbalt.org/prayer-request
Daily Scripture readings are also available at www.usccb.org
Weekly offertory gifts are vital to the operations of every parish. In coordination with GiveCentral, the Archdiocese of Baltimore has developed a giving platform to support online gifts during this unprecedented time. The site will allow donors to choose from a list of parishes within the Archdiocese, regardless of whether they currently utilize an online giving vendor, to make a gift through a secure online payment. Any gifts received will be returned to the appropriate parish. Use the link https://www.givecentral.org/appeals-form-registration/acp5e7b616962415/user/guest to donate to your parish.