St Anthony’s Feast the Sanfilipo’s

Angela’s story as told to Heather Atwood from the Blog “The Other Cape”:

Angela’s father was a German prisoner in WWII.  His mother prayed to St. Anthony for his return.  When he arrived back in their village, Angela’s grandmother vowed to always honor St. Anthony.  She continued celebrating the Feast of St. Anthony her whole life in Porticello.  Angela and her family now continue that tradition in this country

See Video:

Celebration with Friends and Family See Slide Show Below:

Celebration with Friends, Family and a smorgasbord of food:

One comment

  • Hand held love and from the heart the emotion I feel it here even 10,000 thousand miles away I loved it Excellent God Bless you all! 🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂

    41 years of love and spirits I like it very much (Faith never grows old only better with each year)!! 🙂 Dave

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