On the Second Sunday of Easter at St. Anthony of Padua in Gardenville, Father Ty Hullinger and his congregation underscored the name of their neighborhood.
A day after Earth Day and five days before Arbor Day, the parish held one liturgy April 23, during which it celebrated creation and blessed several projects that illustrate its commitment to a healthier planet.
With the assistance of Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake, Blue Water Baltimore and grant moneys from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, St. Anthony of Padua converted a portion of the parking lot on the east side of its rectangular campus on Frankford Avenue into a stormwater bio-retention garden. Read the complete article HERE.
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