Where We Pray: At St. Anthony's, the pews are filled with music and parishioners who get involved

CINCINNATI - The Tri-State is rich in the number and variety of houses of worship. In our weekly feature, WCPO shines the spotlight on where we pray.

St. Anthony’s isn’t the kind of church where parishioners just show up for mass, sit in the pews, and then go home. This is a place where people get involved.

“We are a parish that places a high value on energetic, participative liturgy,” said pastoral associate Mary Anne Bressler. “Our choir is excellent, and our parishioners sing! We have African drumming and liturgical movement. We are extremely friendly and welcoming to all who enter."

More than just being friendly, the church feels a serious responsibility to the world around it.

WCPO Insiders can learn just why St. Anthony's considers itself a 'Pope Francis Church,' and read why one young couple made it their spiritual home.

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