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St. Anthony's Parish - Elmendorf, TX
A Parish of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of San Antonio
Welcome to St. Anthony's Parish Website! You can now find all St. Anthony and Our Lady of Perpetual Help Events on our Calendar and get information on Ministries, Pastoral Council and Religious Education.
'Season of Welcome'
We welcome into our parish community new members and visitors to St. Anthony's Church and Our Lady of Perpetual Help Mission Church.
As identified in the archdiocese’s Mutually Shared Vision, the first priority is the New Evangelization, going out and bringing people back to faith, back to life in Christ, back to the church. This is the meaning of the 'Season of Welcome'. The new evangelization outreach effort is aiming to let people know that all are welcome in the Catholic Church.
Parish Registration forms and Update forms are available at the church entrance. You may mail the form into the parish office or place in the collection basket or bring it by the office.
Pledges for our Parish 'Three Phase' Project are still being accepted! Please pick up a Pledge Card at the church entrance and submit via the collection basket or by mailing it to the parish office. Campaign Goal: $350,000
ONLINE GIVING: We are keeping up with technology! Our parish provides Online Giving as an electronic tool for contributions so you can give via the Internet. Online Giving helps you maintain your giving even if you cannot be here at Mass.
Contributions for all collections are included as well as one time gifts and/or recurring gifts.
This also helps the parish streamline our cash flow, especially during bad weather or vacation times. Click on the Online Giving image to register or go to the 'About Our Parish' drop down tab above...then click on Online Giving. Please contact the parish office if you have any questions or need additional help to register.
"Christ acts like a loving mother. To induce us to follow Him, He gives us Himself as an example and promises us a reward in His kingdom."
- Saint Anthony de Padua