St. Anthony of Padua
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Founded in 1923 in a one-room schoolhouse, St. Anthony of Padua grew quickly, and by 1957 a newer and larger building was required, which was dedicated in 1968. This Roman Catholic church was named for the Patron Saint of Lost Things. Its modern structure and red brick curvaceous facade are a real treat for the eyes. Mass is celebrated Saturdays at 5pm and Sundays at 8am, 10:45am and noon. The parish is run by Father Christopher W. Monturo. Visit the St. Anthony of Padua website for more information or to link to Father Chris' blog.
85 Harrison St, West Harrison, NY 10604
- Fax: 914-948-0488
- Accessibility Details: Entrance is level with the sidewalk.
- Hours: Monday - Friday, 10 am to 9 pm. Saturday, 10 am to 7 pm. Sunday, 11 am to 5 pm.
- Hours: The Lord's Day: 5pm (Saturday), 8am, 10:15am (Choir), 12pm; Holy Days: 7am, 9am, 12pm, 7pm; Weekdays: 7am and 9am (No 7am Masses during the months of January, February, July and August)
- Accessible: yes