St. Anthony’s Gardens was pleased to welcome Archbishop Gregory Aymond for the blessing and dedication of our beautiful chapel. The event was held on June 29, the feast day of Saints Peter and Paul.
Joining the Archbishop were Father Rodney Bourg, pastor of Most Holy Trinity in Covington; Deacon Charles Swift, chaplain of the new chapel; and seminarian Will MacMaster.
Christine Bordelon, a reporter with the Clarion Herald, crafted a wonderful story offering additional details about the chapel dedication.
Archbishop Gregory Aymond blessed and dedicated the beautiful chapel at St. Anthony’s Gardens in Covington on June 29, the feast day of Sts. Peter and Paul.
Concelebrating with him were Father Rodney Bourg, pastor of Most Holy Trinity in Covington; Deacon Charles Swift, chaplain of the new chapel; and seminarian Will MacMaster. Archbishop Aymond called the chapel “the heart of St. Anthony’s Gardens. It’s not just ‘at’ St. Anthony’s Gardens; it’s the heart,” a sacred space where residents have the opportunity to encounter Christ every time they walk in for prayer or Mass, the most intimate encounter.
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