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St. Anthony of Padua Church, North Caldwell, N.J. - Traditional Latin Mass

This site is not an official website of the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX). Click here to visit the SSPX home page.
St. Anthony of Padua Mission is the Home of Traditional Catholicism in North Jersey. We are the faithful of the parish that was founded by the late Father Paul Wickens. St. Anthony of Padua, Hammer of Heretics, we beseech thee to intercede for us. Help us to restore the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Roman Catholic Church and Traditional Latin Mass.
Saturday, November 1, is the Feast of All Saints, a holy day of obligation. Masses at St. Anthony's will follow the Sunday schedule -- 7:30 am and 10:00 am.
Daylight Savings Time ends on Sunday, November 2. Please remember to set your clock BACK one hour before going to bed on Saturday night.
Because November 2 falls on a Sunday this year, observance of All Souls Day is transferred to Monday, November 3. The traditional three Masses for All Souls Day will be offered at St. Anthony's beginning at 9:00 am on November 3.
Forms for filling in the names of the deceased for All Souls Day are available in the church vestibule, or you may download and print the form from http://www.latin-mass.net/files/AllSouls.pdf. Please return your filled-in forms to the receptacle in the vestibule.
On each day from November 1 to November 8, under the usual conditions, the faithful may gain a PLENARY INDULGENCE applicable to the holy souls in Purgatory by visiting a cemetery and praying (even if only mentally) for the faithful departed.


Calendar for October 2014

26   Feast of Christ the King
28   Sts. Simon & Jude, Apostles
31   Vigil of All Saints


Calendar for November 2014

1   Feast of All Saints (holy day of obligation) / First Saturday
2   21st Sunday after Pentecost / Daylight savings time ends
3   All Souls Day
4   St. Charles Borromeo / Sts. Vitalis & Agricola
7   First Friday
8   Four Crowned Martyrs
9   Dedication of Archbasilica of the Holy Savior
10   St. Andrew Avellino / Sts. Tryphon, Respicius, & Nympha
11   St. Martin of Tours / St. Mennas
12   St. Martin I
13   St. Frances Xavier Cabrini / St. Didacus
14   St. Josaphat
15   St. Albert the Great
16   23rd Sunday after Pentecost / St. Gertrude
17   St. Gregory the Wonderworker
18   Dedication of the Basilicas of Sts. Peter & Paul
19   St. Elizabeth of Hungary / St. Pontianus
20   St. Felix of Valois
21   Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
22   St. Cecilia
23   Last Sunday after Pentecost / St. Clement I
24   St. John of the Cross / St. Chrysogonus
25   St. Catherine of Alexandria
26   St. Sylvester / St. Peter of Alexandria
29   St. Saturninus
30   1st Sunday of Advent / St. Andrew the Apostle





June 18, 2005 — Listen to Father Paul Wickens, in his own voice, express his desire for his parish to be turned over to the Society of St. Pius X.

St. Anthony of Padua Church is a Roman Catholic parish in northern New Jersey, celebrating exclusively the immemorial Traditional Latin Mass and the eternal, unchanging Sacraments of the Roman Catholic Church. We are devoted to the restoration of Church doctrine and tradition, and elimination of the heresies of modernism.

Our parish was founded by the late Father Paul Wickens, and now is one of the newest chapels of the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX), a worldwide Roman Catholic priestly organization that offers only the Traditional Latin Mass and Sacraments, according to the unchanging Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church. Click here to visit the SSPX home page.

We invite you to celebrate the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass with us, and worship in the same manner as your grandparents: at the Traditional Roman Catholic Latin Mass — the Mass that the saints glorified and for which the martyrs gave their lives.

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