Organizations that help us serve each other, both in the church and outside the church
Celebration for the Habitat for Humanity with the new homeowner!
Help build a house with the parish
Sign up to volunteer today: https://atlantahabitat.volunteerhub.com/lp/stanthony/events/index
Hit our goal for Habitat for Humanity house building
The Teens For Christ at “The Sankofa Cafe” learning more about our Year of Mercy.
Joining the Church with RCIA
The 2014 schedule is posted here. The RCIA is the process for welcoming and initiating new members into the Catholic faith community. It is a spiritual journey for adults and has its roots in the very beginning of the church where it was an integral part of the early Christian tradition. Persons who were seeking admission into the church learned what it meant to follow…
Young Adult Ministry
St. Anthony of Padua Young Adult Ministry (YAM) What is the Young Adult Ministry (YAM)? YAM is a ministry for all young adults-regardless of your circumstances-single, married, divorced, student, worker, in transition, children or without children. As stated by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in Sons and Daughters of the Light, their official letter on…
OUTREACH MINISTRY The St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church “community continues to celebrate and foster the tradition of faith and service demonstrated by all the people who have gone before and who have made our Church family a strong witness to Christian fellowship and outreach.” Within the Outreach Ministry there is a strong emphasis on the principles of Catholic…
HEALTH MINISTRY GOALS To create an environment which supports holistic health principles involving physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well being OBJECTIVE Promote “SHALOM”, peace, health, and wholeness through principles of healthy living VISION Develop a comprehensive St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church Health and Wellness Center that incorporates: Physical…
Knights of St. Peter Claver
The Knights of Peter Claver, Inc. is the largest historically African-American Catholic lay organization in the United States. Its roots in the church are deep. In 1909, four Josephite priests and three lay Catholic men started the organization in Mobile, Ala, and now are located in 34 states with international units. Our Junior Division welcomes Catholic youth between…