Mass Schedule

MASS SCHEDULEBe sure to check the most recent bulletin, using the tab at the top of this page, for any recent, temporary changes.


TheEaster Alleluia

Father Greg Konerman, pastor, and Father Scott Wright, parochial vicar, and the entire Staff of St. Anthony Parish wish you and yours a very Blessed Easter!

We invite you to continue what you started during Lent and pray with us often during this Easter Season.


School drawing 1929 001CALLING ALL SCHOOL ALUMNI !!!

St. Anthony School is celebrating 100 years!
 Please help us gather photos, historical information, and great stories from you, your children, and grandchildren.  We are asking if you have any photos, artifacts, and stories about you or your family attending or teaching at St. Anthony School, please share them with us.  We will make digital copies of your memories, our history.  Please drop off items at the school office in a large envelope/box that is labeled with your name, phone number, and if possible the years and names your documentation covers.  We will make digital copies, and call you to return your items.  On average and depending on how many share, we will call you within a week or two of your drop off. Help us share Your Giant Moment in the History of St. Anthony.  Ask for Alana Campion, the Principal or Dawn Walters, the Admin. Assistant.
Artifacts: special recognition awards, yearbooks, class/team photos, Newspaper articles, graduation/sacrament photos, medals, mementos, essays, poems, scrapbooks, etc…


Are you someone who has never been baptized?  Are you a non-Catholic, but a member of BAPTISMAL FONT DOCTOREDa family who has been coming to Mass for years?  Are you interested in entering the Catholic Church?  If you answered yes to any of these questions, now could be the moment for you to find out more about the RCIA.

In the Catholic tradition there is a wonderful process that is both informational and formational, for those people who would like to learn about the teachings of the Church and also receive the Sacraments to become Catholic.  It is called the RCIA, which stands for Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults.

In the Gospels, Jesus says to His disciples, “Peace be with you.”  Perhaps you have been, or are currently searching for the peace of Christ.  Maybe now is the time to accept this invitation to talk to someone about how you can feel this peace more completely in your heart.  Contact Janet Gaier in the parish office, 937-253-9132 x 130,  for more information.