A Roman Catholic Parish of the

Diocese of Rockford 

Ministered by the Conventual Franciscans

Since 1933 

 

 

Parish Identity Statement

Called to participate in the life of the Most Holy Trinity,

we the people of St. Anthony of Padua Parish,

celebrate and hand on our Roman Catholic heritage of faith

in the Franciscan tradition.

By the will of the Father, in the power of the Holy Spirit,

we die and rise with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ,

to become a living sign of His presence in the world today.

 

 

Parish Mission Statement

Reborn in Christ,

our mission is to worship God in truth and in love, 

and to discern and fulfill God's will 

in the work of evangelization, hospitality, and compassionate outreach.

Parish Directory Signup

Help us update our Parish Directory by signing up to have your family picture taken between Wednesday September 10th through Sunday September 14th or Tuesday October 14th through Saturday October 18th. Click the link below to signup!

IMPORTANT: after clicking on the link select group #10 in the first drop down box!

  https://www.securedata-trans14.com/ap/stanthonyscatholicchurch6/index.php?page=10

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Dinner Dance 2014

Thank you to all who contributed to make this years Gala event a great success. Everyone enjoyed a elegant evening with dinner, dancing and many unique live and silent auction items. To view pictures from this event please visit our photos tab!

1st Communion 2014

Our 2nd Grade Religious Education class received Jesus for the first time on Sunday May 4, 2014.

May God continue to watch over, protect and guide them as they grow in their faith.

1st Communion 2014

Left to right:

Nicholas Schroeder, Greenleigh DiTullio, Sophie Young, Isabelle Burd, Dominic Yalden, Joseph Adolph, Anthony Mirabile, Gianna Villarreal, Gianni Abene, Isabella Enright, Gianna Epperson, Rafael Lazcano.

Back row:

Caroline Salamone, Allie Salamone, Fr. Jim Ciaramitaro, Heather Dunaway

 

St. Joseph Altar 2014

To see a slideshow of our Annual St. Joesph Altar please click the link below!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tW6IjQHlXjE&index=2&list=FLTaE2t1rlfHEi6GMVvSoqZQ

 

Online Giving

To make a weekly offering or donation, to set up recurring contributions, or to see other giving opportunities, click here or on the button below:

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(Note: If you were using online giving before March 17, 2014, please sign up at the new online giving site above. Thank you.)

 

Mass Times

Weekend Masses:
Saturday 4:30pm
Sunday 7:00am, 9:00am & 11:30am

Weekday Masses:
8:00am Monday - Friday
Morning Prayer immediately after Mass

Holy Day Masses:
7:00am, Noon & 5:30pm

St. Anthony Devotions:
Tuesdays after 8:00am Mass

Daily Rosary:
7:30am Monday - Friday (before Mass)

Confessions:
Monday - Friday after Morning Mass
3:30 - 4:00pm Saturdays

Rosary is recited 30 mins. before ALL Masses through the months of May & October

Office Hours

Open Weekdays:
8:00am - 4:00pm

Closed:
Weekends and Holidays

Bulletin Deadline:
Monday at Noon

For directions to our parish please click on CONTACT US.

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What's happening?

To find out everything that is happening in the parish please check in the bulletins posted below!

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St. Anthony's Grade School Facebook page

https://www.facebook.com/pages/St-Anthonys-Grade-School-Alumni/107491455957575

Father Daughter Dance

Our first Father Daughter Dance was held on November 9th, 2013 in our parish hall. We had a turn ...Read More »

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

The USCCB (The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops) offers a multitude of information. Please click the link below to visit their website.

 

www.usccb.org

Vatican News

Keep up to date on things happening at the Vatican by clicking the links below.

 http://www.zenit.org/en

http://www.news.va/en

Diocese of Rockford Website

 

To explore what is happening in our Diocese click on the link below:

http://www.rockforddiocese.org/