Saint Anthony of Padua Church

Antwerpen Sint-Antonius

Neo-Gothic basilical cruciform church (1910) designed by the architects L. Baeckelmans en J.P. Bilmeyer, inspired by Strasbourg cathedral. The church houses important works of art by Peter Paul. Rubens, Jan Cosiers and Anthony Van Dyck (attr.), which were originally in the late Capuchin and St Walpurga Churches. Stained glass windows by Stalins and Janssens. High altar in embossed brass. Neo-Gothic sculpture by De Boeck and Van Wint. Oak pulpit (1915) by J. Gerrits.

Main Entrance

Paardenmarkt 109
2000 Antwerpen

Practical information

Holy Masses:
Every 2nd sunday of the month: 10h00
On other sundays this is a prayer service

Hours of visit:
July/August, every Thursday, Friday and Saturday: 13h30 – 17h30.
Subject to special celebrations

Free entrance 

Info:
Open Churches 

Presbytery:
+32 (0)3 231 74 23
parochiesintantonius@scarlet.be
parochie-sint-antonius 

Via the map at the left you can determine a route in function of your means of transport.
You might want to use VELO-Antwerpen : https://www.velo-antwerpen.be/en

Guided visits

Contact
+32 (0)3 231 74 23
Rita.somers3@gmail.com