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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.


 

 

 

  March 29th - Regular Weekend Mass Schedule

 

 

Easter Services

  Holy Thursday Mass:  April 2nd - 7:00 p.m.

Adoration & Benediction:  8 - 10 p.m.

 Good Friday Service: April 3rd - 7:00 p.m.

 Holy Saturday:  Easter Vigil Mass:  April 4th - 7:00 p.m.

Easter Sunday:  April 5th - Regular Weekend Mass Schedule

                

 


 

OUR PARISH ANNUAL SEDER MEAL is scheduled for Wednesday, April 1, 2015.

The RSVP Log is at St. Anthony's Church entrance and Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Saspamco, church entrance.  

Please Call the Parish Office (210-635-8539) by Friday, March 26th, if you wish to attend but have not signed the RSVP Log.

 


Life in the Spirit Seminar-2015

“Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful, and enkindle in them the fire of your love.” (Rick Skloss will lead us in Praise and Worship for the Seminar)

Seminars will be held each Wednesday evening from 7pm - 9pm.

       Meeting Room:  St. Anthony’s Church CCD Building

         16506 Kilowatt Rd, Elmendorf, TX 78112

Sponsored by: St. Anthony's Catholic Charismatic Renewal Prayer Group

 April 9 - Reconciliation     -     April 15-Healing of the Family Tree Service

April 22 -Baptism in the Holy Spirit      -      April 29 -Growth

May 6 - Transformation in Christ

       Seminar fee - $5.00   (Due first day of the seminar)

(Refreshments and Fellowship will follow after each meeting)

Registration Forms are at the church entrance or you can print online by clicking on the Holy Spirt image.  Turn in your Registration Form to Patrice at the CCCR Meeting on Wednesday night at 7 pm.

For additional registration forms or questions, Call Patrice at: 210-630-3334, or send email to stanthonyscharismatic@yahoo.com


  

 

 

A.C.T.S Community 

Golf Tournament Fundraiser

 

April 25, 2015  -  8:00 a.m.

 

River Bend Golf Tournament in Floresville, TX

 

Four person scramble, best ball format, handicapped!

 

Entry Fee:  $260.00 Per Team or $65 Per person Click to view

Fee includes: Green Fees - Golf Car

 Goodie Bags 

Range Balls - Lunch!

 

Mulligans will be sold at $10.00 each

 

If interested in playing or sponsoring a Tee Box please contact Rick Skloss at (210) 844-5262.

  


 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

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