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St.

Anthony Shrine & Ministry Center

St. Anthony Shrine

New Prayer Group!

REGULAR EVENTS

& Ministry Center

Monday
A.A. 12 Steps / 12 Traditions Meeting

Weekly Examen prayer group is m eeting every Tuesday in July


at 6:15 pm in the second floor classroom.

5:45 p.m.

Tuesday
Seniors Craft Group
A.A. Discussion Meeting (Open Meeting)

Contact Mary Cunningham at 857-206-7244 with any questions.

Examen is a 15 minute prayer to help you pause, reflect and


The
take a deeper look at your day. All are welcome to attend!


10.30 a.m.
12:00 Noon

Wednesday
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Remembrance Day for Deceased (3 Wed.)
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Womens Spiritual R efl. Group (2 & 4 Wed)
Seniors Computer Lab

Grupo Hispano de Oracion

A.A. Discussion Meeting (Open Meeting)
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Bread on The Common (2 & 4 Wed.)
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Anointing of the Sick - Mass (2 Wed.)

All Masses
12:30 p.m
1:30 p.m
4:15 p.m
5:45 p.m
5:45 p.m
5:15 p.m

Emmaus Ministry

Noon
12:30p.m
5:00p.m
5:45 p.m

Saturday
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Centering Prayer Group (1 & 3 Sat.)
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Vietnamese Secular Franciscans (2 Sat.)
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Secular Franciscans (2 Sat.)

Noon
1:00 p.m
1:00 p.m

Sunday
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Emmaus Ministry Prayer/Discussion ( 1 Sun.)
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Healing Service (2 Sun.)
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Hispanic Secular Franciscans (1 Sun.)

11:00a.m
1:30 p.m
3:00 p.m


Relatives, friends and people thinking about AA are
invited to the AA Discussion/Open Meetings to learn
about AA to help themselves or to support a loved one.

Telephone: 617-542-6440 - Prayer Request Line: 617-553-4100 - The Good Word: 617-542-0502
VISIT US ONLINE AT: www. stanthonyshrine.org

Serving the Spiritual Needs of Grieving Parents


Losing a child under any circumstance is horrific. Focusing on the
spirituality of the grieving process can help tremendously.
Please join us. All are welcome.

Emmaus Ministry for Grieving Parents
One-Day Spiritual Retreat
July 25, 2015, Shrine Friary
9am-7:30pm
For more information or to register, please call Diane, Mother of Paul,
at (617) 542-8057 or see www.emfgp.org

Thursday
S.L.A.A Meeting


Rosary Prayer Group


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Mens Spirituality Group (2 and 4 Thurs.)
A.A Big Book Meeting

100 Arch Street, Boston, MA 02110


Tanglewood Tickets and Broadway in Boston
Only a few seats remain for the Tonys Travelers trip to Tanglewood on
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Sunday, July 26 . Cost is $75 per person. Registration and payment is
required in advance. Also available are tickets to the Tony Award winning
musical Kinky Boots at the Boston Opera House on Thursday, August
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13 . Tickets are $72 per person. Please see the fliers in the lobby for more
information and contact: Fr. Barry Langley, OFM, at 617-542-6440 x 241.


Franciscan Spiritual Companionship Ministry
Individual One-on-One Spiritual Companionship Ministry.
Please call Fr. Gene Pistacchio, O FM @ 617.542.6440 x 121.
For more information on the process and the Directors, please visit our
website: www.stanthonyshrine.org. Click on 'Ministries'
then 'Franciscan Spiritual Companionship Ministry'.
Thank you for your interest!

We are the Fr. Mychal Judge Recovery Center, a


substance abuse counseling and retreat program here
at St. Anthony Shrine in Boston, MA. We currently
have openings for individual counseling. If you or a
loved one is interested, please contact Anthony
Andreottola at 617-542-6440 Ext. 183.

Front Desk (1st Floor Lobby) Hours


Monday-Friday: 9am 1:30pm
Saturday/Sunday: 9am 4pm

Mass Cards are also available for purchase online


24/7 at: www.stanthonyshrine.org.

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Saturday, July 18 - Friday, July 24

Travel O pportunity!
You are invited to join Fr. Raphael Bonanno, OFM and
GO-Ahead Tours to Imperial China. Cruise the Yangtze River and visit Shanghai
October 14-28, 2015. The trip will be educational & inspirational. Cost is $4,274
per person. Please see brochures in the lobby for more information.
Any questions, contact Clarissa at 1-800-438-7672.

Comments or suggestions regarding this bulletin may be directed
to Br. Daniel Murray, OFM at 617-542-6440 ext 250.
Mass and Confession schedules can be found online at
www.stanthonyshrine.org or on cards kept at the welcome desk of
the first floor lobby.

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Welcome to St. Anthony Shine Community. All are welcome here. No one is excluded.
Please take this bulletin home with you as well as the m any brochures in our lobby that advertise the programs and services
of the Shrine. Information is also available on our website: www.stanthonyshrine.org Thank you for being with us today.







Income




St. Anthony Shrine
Income and Expenses
Unaudited figures, rounded to the nearest thousand.





Collections



961,000



Card
124,000




Votive Candles
275,000



St Anthony Bread
90,000



Program Income
372,000



Fundraising Income
1,526,000



Other Income
191,000



HNP Reimbursement
381,000



Wills and Bequests
83,000



Interest and Dividends
34,000

Total

Income








Expenses







Friary
966,000

expenses


HNP -Support and other
379,000


Payroll Fees
6,000


Second Collections Disbursed
10,000


Program Expenses
320,000



Salaries and related
1,657,000



Professional expenses
71,000


General and Adminsitrative
472,000


Facilities
786,000




Fundraising
274,000



Miscellaneous
24,000

Total

Expenses



Excess of Expenses over Income
















4,037,000














4,965,000



- 928,000

I have several observations about this statement. These figures are unaudited. The annual audit of the fiscal year
ended June 30, 2015, by our independent auditor takes place in early September 2015. The program expenses item is
greatly understated. This is because programs havent been charged for the related salaries and overhead. The
annual excess of expenses over revenue of almost $1million per year obviously cannot continue. The solution involves
several things:
1. Historically, the friary accounting records and the Shrine ministry accounting records have all b een in one set
of books. In fact, the friary and Shrine are separate legal entities. S tarting July 1, 2015, the records of those
two entities will be kept separately. This will help keep each entity better accountable.
2. On M ay 6, 2015, the Shrine had a significant workforce reduction. Our expected savings from that reduction
will be $700,000 annually.
3. We have already seen some significant savings in our utility bills due to the ongoing volunteer mechanical
overhaul project. Over the course of the new fiscal year, we expect those savings to be at least $100,000
annually.
4. Every department in the Shrine organization is being asked to find ways to provide existing services at less
cost. The friars and the employees are doing a terrific job in this regard.
We will continue to try to keep you up-to-date on finances as we progress. Also, thank you so much for your
generosity toward our work.
Father Phil O'Shea, OFM, has been transferred to our friary in Ringwood NJ. His reassignment is because they are
better staffed and equipped to care for his health needs there. He joins two other Arch Street friars, Br. Justus Frazier,
OFM, and Fr. Myron M cCormick, OFM. There are also about 20 other friars living there.
Our friary in Ringwood is a very good skilled nursing home. He will receive very good care. Feel free to write to him or
to pass his address on to other people:

Fr. Philip O'Shea, OFM
Holy Name Friary
Skilled Nursing Home
2 Morris Road
Ringwood NJ 07456-1700

For many years, Fr. Phil was a very popular confessor and had a large number of people who searched him out to
celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Before he became ill, Fr. Phil was the voice of the Good Word telephone
messages. We pray in thanksgiving for Fr. Phil's great service to the S hrine and in hope that he enjoys his time in his
new home.

Fr. Thomas Conway, OFM

Executive Director