Mission San Antonio de Padua By Rachel Truong
Established on July 14, 1771 • 3rd of the 21 missions • Named after Saint Anthony of Padua, a 13 century priest • Landmark No. 232 Mission San Antonio de Padua
200 feet long • 40 feet wide • First tile roof church • Just made of adobe bricks • Adobe bricks 6 feet thick and 5 feet tall The Church Size
First mission to be near the Salinan Indians • Mission raised over 800 horses Interesting Facts About Mission
Brands for separating 5,000 cattle if mission cattle got mix up The cattle brands
Current address: 60 miles in a valley of the Santa Lucia Mounts plus surrounded by Hunter Liggett Military Reservation The address of the mission
The mission’s next special event is coming up. It is called Mission Day. You will enjoy the event. The mission will have its bells ringing. Plus you would get a view of what the past looked like. What is the mission Doing TODAY?