Posts from 2018
Christmas Eve Mass is at 5 pm & Christmas Day is 10 am Posted by St. Anthony of Padua, Atlanta on Sunday, December 23, 2018
Destiny Strider is a longtime member of the parish. As she grew up, she participated in many ministries, from serving on the altar to St Peter Claver Ladies Auxiliary. Now she attends a Georgia college. Before she left for college, she gifted the parish this painting of Our Lady. She was kind to…
Immigrants leave their homes to start new lives in foreign countries for many different reasons. Some are refugees, some are students or employees on an international assignment. Each one has a story about how they were treated, the obstacles they endured, and how they made a new life. We have immigrants within our own St. Anthony community. Nathalie Henene came to the…
You are invited to bring photos of friends, family, spouses, children, loved ones to be placed on the high altar during the month of November. (Please remember to write your name on the frame so the photo may be returned to you.)
Halloween was a wonderful celebration for our youngsters. From face painting and games to cooking S’mores, the youngsters were entertained by the party.
Faith isn’t just learned from books, but from living it. Grow with parishioners as they serve food to the parish and community, including the homeless people in the area. Your donations help. Visit: bit.ly/stanthonyatl-iGiveCatholic #igivecatholic
Spiritual Homework: Introduce yourself to one person. Let’s start building connections, let’s build a community. We can change things. #spiritualhomework