堂区简介 | 天主教深圳圣安多尼堂发布日期：2018-09-20 | 作者：小安多尼
天主教深圳圣安多尼堂（St.Anthony’s Catholic Church of Shenzhen）坐落于深圳福田区农林路65号，占地面积3，944.80平方米。教堂于1998年4月奠基，至2001年12月竣工，历时三年零八个月。深圳圣安多尼教堂的设计充分体现了深圳经济特区天主教风貌，具有强烈的时代性。教堂的建设同时凝聚了无数神长、教友们的心血。
A Brief Introduction of St. Anthony’s Church of Shenzhen
St. Anthony’s Catholic Church of Shenzhen covers an area of 3,994.80 square meters, and is located along Nonglin Road, Futian District, Shenzhen.
The foundation of the church was laid in April 1998 and the church was completed in December 2001. Building the church took three years and eight months.
The design of St. Anthony’s Catholic Church symbolizes adequately the spirit of Catholicism in the Special Economic Zone of Shenzhen in a strongly dynamic era. At the same time, the construction of the church required the efforts of a large number of catholic.
St. Anthony’s Catholic Church is an international parish, which each Sunday provides the Holy Mass in English at 2:00pm for overseas brothers and sisters in faith who live and work here in Shenzhen.
|09:00—10:30（中文）||Mass in Chinese:9:00am—10:30am|
|11:00—12:00（英文）||Mass in English:11:00am—12:00pm|
|主日前夕弥撒：周六 20:00（中文互动弥撒）||Vigil Mass:Saturday 8:00pm(Chinese Mass for Youth Children)|
|首六、首七：08:00||First Friday & Saturday of The Month Masses:8:00am(Chinese)|
|明供圣体礼：周四 08:00||Eucharistic Adoration:Thursday 8:00am|
|周四 19:15 — 21:15
周日 11:00 — 12:00
|周六 18:00 — 19:30
周日 10:45 — 12:00
|周三 19:30 — 21:00||Wednesday 7:30pm-9:00pm|
|周六 17:00 — 18:00||Saturday 5:00pm-6:00pm|
|问道者之家（信仰咨询，答疑，研讨）||主日弥撒后 — 12:00|
|拉丁文学习||周日10:45 — 12:00|
Address: Nonglin Road 65, Futian District, Shenzhen City
St. Anthony was born on 15 August 1195 in Lisbon (Portugal) from a noble family. He was enthusiastic about the Lord from an early age, joined the Augustinians at the age of 15 and the Franciscans at the age of 25. He lived a contemplative, poor and humble life.
Because of his brilliant and comprehensive knowledge, he was appointed as a preacher. He was not only well-versed in the Scriptures but also a talented preacher. He was hailed as a ‘jewel case of the Bible’ and he was proclaimed a Doctor of the Church. In addition, he loved the poor and was charitable. Later generations called the bread he provided ‘St. Anthony’s Bread’.
On 13 June 1231, St. Anthony broke down from constant overwork. At the age of 36, he passed away on the way back to Padua (Italy), so that he is known as the ‘Saint of Padua’. He was buried on Tuesday 17 June – a glorious day on which God is said to have worked miracles: the blind recovered their sight, the deaf recovered their hearing, the dumb recovered their speech, and the lame could walk again. Consequently, a triumphal parade was held on the day of his funeral.
He was canonized less than one year after his death by Pope Gregory IX. St. Anthony is an intercessor with God for the recovery of lost things, so that all people, including Muslims and Hindus, respect him.
St. Anthony, please pray for us.