Become An Oblate

 engagement in the Order of St. Anthony 

An Oblate in the Order of St. Anthony is an individual who has affiliated themselves with the Order by making a formal, personal, time-framed vow (annually renewable or, after three years, for life) to follow the Rule of the Order in their private life as closely as their individual circumstances and prior commitments permit. The Oblates are men and woman that are discerning a call of God on their lives, are considered part of the Order of St. Anthony, and have the letter ObSA after their names on documents.

the first step in joining the order of st. anthony is completing the following form:

Name *
Name
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Phone
Confirmation: *

 

Second, we have the ordinary Member of St. Anthony. These individuals make a formal, public, time-framed promise (annually renewable or, after three years, for life) to follow the Rule of the Order in their private life as closely as their individual circumstances and prior commitments permit. Members are considered a part of the Order of St. Anthony and have the letter OSA after their names on documents. These are individuals who have been ordained in Historical Succession though the Diocese of St. Anthony or are licensed by the order as they are being formed for Succession (this is helpful for those wanting to enter Succession while currently involved in ministerial care in a tradition outside the CEEC).