Welcome to St. Anthony’s Catholic Church!

Pastor: Fr. Johnbosco Duraisamy
Parochial Vicar: Fr. Sylvère Baloza, CICM
Dcn. Reginald Armstrong
Dcn. Michael Woodall, II
Dcn. Bruce Fortnum, PhD

Mission Statement
As a community of faith, we the members of St. Anthony Parish are committed to follow Jesus Christ through prayer and the sacraments, the study of His Word, the teachings of His Church, Evangelization, and through reaching out in service to our fellow human beings, parishioners and non-parishioners, with love, respect, and support.

Mass Times
Saturday 9 AM
Saturday (Vigil) 5 PM
Sunday 9 AM, 11 AM, 1 PM (Spanish)
Monday 6:30 PM
Tues-Fri 7:30 AM
Thursday 6:30 PM (Spanish)
Friday (when school is in session) 8:15 AM

Confessions: Thursday 5:30-6:20 PM (Spanish) and Saturday 4-4:30 PM. Also available upon request.

Please note that these times are subject to change in the event of holy days, inclement weather, or other needs. Check the most recent bulletin or call the Church Office for the most up to date information.

It’s time for our new pictorial church directory. Our dates for photography will be May 22 – 25 and June 8 – 10. We need volunteers to stay after the Masses to help with the in-person photo sign-up process. Please contact the Church Office this week if you are interested in helping.

You can sign up in person or online! Online sign-ups are only available on weekdays. Call the Church Office for more information. In person sign-ups will be after the Masses the last weekend of April, first three weekends of May, and June 3-4.

St. Anthony Catholic School is proud to host the 14th Annual St. Anthony Run for the Heroes 5k, 10k and Honor Walk on
Monday, May 29, 2023. This year we will have a Fun Run for children 9 and under.

Run for the Heroes allows our school a chance to give back to our community through a donation to the local American Red Cross. This is a family-friendly event you will not want to miss! Register for the Run for the Heroes at www.itsyourrace.com. Or, be a volunteer! Call the School Office at 843-662-1910 for more information.


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The word Pentecost comes from the Greek word pentekostos, which means "fiftieth," referring to the 50 days after Easter. Today we celebrate the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the 12 Apostles, the Blessed Mother and other followers of Jesus. Pentecost is the birth of the Church, which was empowered and guided by the Holy Spirit. The apostles, who were previously fearful and uncertain, were transformed into bold and charismatic leaders who spread the teachings of Jesus throughout the world.Holy Spirit, come into our Church and our hearts, just as you did on the first Pentecost and enliven us to live out the Gospel without fear. See MoreSee Less
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Yesterday May 23,2023 Knights of Columbus organized blood drive at St. Anthony Catholic Church and gathered 52 pints. Congratulations to Knights of Columbus members, and to Joe Balotti who took lead in this efforts. Appreciation and thanks to all donors. God bless you all. See MoreSee Less
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