News from San Antonio Church – April 18, 2021

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Weekly Bulletin April 18, 2021

by Terrie Evans

Our San Antonio Church Community sends its sincere condolences to the Einhaus, Burns, Sabatelli and  Accurso Families on the passing on their son, husband, brother, father, nephew and uncle, David John Einhaus at the age of 43 years.  David was the son of  Earl and Rose (Sabatelli) Einhaus and the much loved brother to sister Charity, her husband Tony And their children A.J., Luken and Boden.  David along with his beloved wife Karen (Burns) were the new proud parents of sons Chris and Justin.  David grew up on the West Side attended La Salle high School and found his calling when he enrolled in an auto apprentice program where he spent his entire career in the auto industry.  He learned everything one needed to know by starting out in the service department where he scheduled appointments and worked with customers on estimates for their repairs.  David was a valued employee at Glenway  Auto Center for 20 years eventually moving from the service department to manager of the auto body shop. 

When the auto body shop was closed in 2020, David moved to Schmoes Auto Body Shop in January 2021 as Manager  where he became their newest valued employee.  He was not only a good son, husband and father and family member, he also volunteered his time for the yearly events at San Antonio Church.  David along with his parents Earl and Rose worked the annual Spaghetti Dinner and Pizza Party to give our crew an extra hand.  He also was a regular at the Cincitalia  Fest where he  helped set up the space and also  worked the grill at the Spiedini Booth for the yearly fundraiser at the  United Italian Society.  David also leaves his Mother-in law, Barbara Burns, Dave & Sandy, Phil  Sabatelli  and Larry& Elaine Vickery and many Family Members to mourn his untimely passing.  Please keep them and all David’s  family and friends in your prayers.  David John Einhaus’ final resting place is at St. Joseph New Cemetery where he was buried on Monday, April 12th

Within the history of San Antonio Church we have always relied on prayer, special intentions and the connections of the Franciscan Ministry to our church.  There is a weekly Novena  to St. Anthony held every Tuesday at 2:30 P.M. at the national Shrine of St. Anthony in Cincinnati leading up to the Feast of St. Anthony on June 13th.  Held for the 9 weeks this Novena started on April 13th as a way to pray for your specific needs for the duration with this petition.  St. Anthony of Padua is the Patron of our Church and we always need to invoke his name for all the special intentions we have for our church and our families.  To feel the power of united prayer, attend in person at the Shrine of St. Anthony or visit:  https://www.stanthony.org/PrayNovena/  to sign up for email reminders.  You will receive reminders each week with prayers and audio recordings.

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