The People of St. Anthony Catholic Parish are called by Christ and guided by the Holy Spirit,
to live a life of holiness by doing good works through faith, worship, service, and hospitality for the glory of God.

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As things change and evolve during this COVID-19 crisis, we will continue to change and evolve as a parish.  Effective immediately, we have suspended all indoor church services.  In accordance with state and local public health agencies, we will celebrate Mass outdoors.                    We will have outdoor Mass on Sunday at 8:00 a.m.   

The following guidelines still need to be followed:

You must still register for Mass

You must wear a mask and socially distance yourself for the duration of the Mass

We will continue to live stream  Mass on Sundays at 9:30 a.m. and Wednesdays at 8:00 a.m. on our YOUTUBE channel.  You can also access the previously recorded Masses on YouTUBE.                                                                                                          


In accordance with the Diocesean guidelines, we ask that you register for the Mass you plan to attend.  Along with registering for Mass, please remember to wear a mask and sanitize your hands before coming into the church.  Registration closes at 3:00 p.m.



Update from Father Mitch #2

Father Mitch Message April 22

Do you need help?

Last week you received an email from the St. Anthony Social Justice Ministry Team indicating that a parish team is being established to provide support for parishioners who may need an errand or a  helping  hand.  Volunteers have responded with an willingness to help.  If you need help or support please email a request to: stanthonycares@gmail.com.  Our team is ready to help with groceries, prescription pickups or even just a happy check in by email or text.  Please do not hesitate to contact our team. 

Act of Spiritual Communion

In the current times with video Masses only and the inability to physically receive the Holy Eucharist at Mass, the Deacon recites the following prayer and people are invited to join in:


My Jesus,

I believe that You

Are present in the Holy Eucharist.

I love You above all things,

And I desire to receive You into my soul.

Since I cannot at this moment

Receive You sacramentally,

Come at least spiritually into my heart.

I embrace You as if You were already there

And unite myself wholly to you.

Never permit me to be separated from You.



O Sacrament Most Holy, O Sacrament Divine

All praise and all Thanksgiving be every moment thine

Environmental Justice Ministry

Laudato Si’: A Reflection and Celebration

Caring for creation and our common home acknowledges that communities of color are often living in some of the most polluted neighborhoods, contributing to the systemic racism that impacts every aspect of daily life. One of our guiding documents, Laudato Si’, emphasizes “Everything is Connected!”. Let us express our care wholistically, for our planet and its ecosystems that sustains all life - for each other, our current and future generations.

A sense of deep communion with the rest of nature cannot be real if our hearts lack tenderness, compassion and concern for our fellow human beings…Concern for the environment thus needs to be joined to a sincere love for our fellow human beings and an unwavering commitment to resolving the problems of society….when our hearts are authentically open to universal communion, this sense of fraternity excludes nothing and no one.” – Laudato Si (no. 91-92).


Did you know? --

June 18th marks the 5th anniversary of the publication of Laudato Si’ (“Praise be to you, my Lord”) and helps shepherd in a Special Anniversary Year (Now to May 2021).

Learn more and celebrate with the special Bulletin Insert: “On Care for our Common Home: Laudato Si” (also found here).

Find the complete encyclical publication by clicking/going here (http://w2.vatican.va/content/francesco/en/encyclicals/documents/papa-francesco_20150524_enciclica-laudato-si.html)

Summer Tip -- Hot days can make you thirsty. Consider recycling your used drink containers. Also, put a filter on your water tap and refilling bottles with the filtered water. Instead of buying many small drink bottles, try buying drink mixes in bulk and fill your reusable bottles.

Do you want to join your brothers and sisters in Christ to further explore environmental justice? Drop a quick note to: kim-son.ziegler@usa.net

Saint Anthony Parish Mass Times

Roman Catholic Rite

Sunday Masses:
8:00 A.M. & 9:30 A.M.

Saturday Vigil:
5:00 P.M.

Daily Mass:
Monday-Friday: 8:00 A.M.

Holy Day of Obligation:
8:00 A.M., Noon, and 6:00 P.M.

4:00-4:45 P.M., Every Saturday

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament:
First Friday from 5:00-7:00 P.M.

Sunday Mass - August 2, 2020

Recording of August 2nd Mass