Ladies Guild

The  Ladies Guild promotes the spiritual well-being of all Catholic women. We do this by participating in the life of the church, promoting fellowship of our members, and performing charitable works. The Guild also supports the church financially through fundraising events.

Saint Anthony’s Ladies Guild Mission

Promote the spiritual welfare of all Catholic women, primarily, the frequent reception of the Sacraments; Assisting Guild members to participate intimately in the life of the church; Perform charitable works as assigned by the Pastor or by the membership; Promote fellowship among all members and encourage participation in all Guild activities.
For more information or if you wish to join, contact Trudy Higgins, President of the Ladies Guild    [email protected]

 

The upcoming meetings and events for the Ladies Guild in 2022 are as follows:
 

Meetings

All meetings are held in the Parish Center at 6:30PM.

Events

Stay tuned for upcoming events!

  • February 15, 2022: Presentation by Deacon Domenic on “Eucharistic Miracles”
  • March 15, 2022: Ceramic painting with Art Party Studio
  • April 19, 2022: Tour of Hotchkiss House
  • April 8, 2022: Fish Fry
  • May 15, 2022: Communion Breakfast
  • June 5, 2022: Retreat day at Enders Island, Mystic CT. We will leave St. Anthony's at 7:30 am and attend 9:30 Mass at the Our Lady of Assumption Chapel on the premises. The retreat day will end at 3 pm and we will arrive back at the St. Anthony lot at 5 pm. 

 

Ladies Guild Communion Breakfast

Twenty-five Guild members attended our annual Communion Breakfast held on May 15.  We attended the 9:30 am Mass and then proceeded to the Manor Inn where we enjoyed breakfast and held a Baby Shower for Carolyn’s Place.  The Guild members were extremely generous in providing a wide assortment of baby items including clothing, diapers, wipes, etc.  We are so very grateful to our Guild members who always come through to help those in need!

 

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