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  • In the News

    St, Anthony's Chapel is a historical land mark in Pittsburgh, Pa and is visited by pilgrims from around the world.  The chapel houses the largest public collection of relics in the World.  The chapel has been featured on many television shows such as 20/20, EWTN, public broadcasting, local news and hundreds of internet and national publications.
    "To know God is the purpose
    of life"

    God is acitve in the this world his  Divine Providence leads many pilgrims to the chapel who are seeking a spiritual awakening, physical healings, offering solemn thanksgiving or celebrating community prayer....more.

  • The Healing Priest

    Suitbert Mollinger was born in the Kingdom  of Belgium, Providence of Brabant, Common of Campenhout, He was educated in Amsterdam, studied medicine in Naples, Rome and Genoa: attended seminary in Ghent.  During his term at Ghent, he formed the acquaintance of an American bishop in search of missionary volunteers to the Americas.
    20,000 pilgrims would flock
    to see the
    healing priest!

    In 1854, Father Mollinger arrived in New York  and went on to Latrobe (St. Vincent's) and later Ohio.  In February, 1857, he was ordained a priest and was assigned to the diocese of Pittsburgh (now the diocese of Erie) and performed missionary work throughout Pennsylvania.  In 1865, he came to Pittsburgh, established several mission parishes and became the first pastor of Most Holy Name of Jesus, Troy Hill on July 4, 1868....more.