Join Us For A Parish Mission

Jesus is our Savior and our God, but do we really know Him as we should? This Lent, join us for a parish mission in which we’ll take a fresh look at Jesus– who He is, what He taught, and what He did for our salvation. We’ll watch and discuss the DVD series, Jesus: The Way, the Truth, and the Life. Filmed in the Holy Land, the series allows us to see where the most significant events in Jesus’ life took place and better understand the world–its history, politics, cultures, and land–in which Jesus lived and taught.

Join us Sunday, March 1st through Thursday, March 5th. You don’t need to attend all five nights. Each night focuses on different aspects of Jesus’ life, so join us when you can! We’ll start with supper at from 5:30 to 6 p.m. and the program will run from 6 to 8 p.m. This program is aimed towards older youth and adults. Children are welcomed to attend with their parents.

There is no cost to attend, but we do request you RSVP for supper by contacting Laura Hollinrake by email or phone. Any weather cancellations will be posted on

The program schedule:

Sunday, March 1st

Jesus and History, covering the Gospels, as well as the Jewish and Roman worlds.

In The Beginning, covering Jesus’ birth and family life.

Monday, March 2nd

The Desert Way covering John the Baptist, Jesus’ baptism, and His temptation in the desert.

Discipleship: The Way of the Kingdom covering the call of the first disciples and Jesus beginning his public ministry.

Tuesday, March 3rd

The Truth About God covering Jesus as He reveals God’s Truth and merciful love.

The True Israel talks about the Sermon on the Mount and the Beatitudes.

Wednesday, March 4th

The Truth About Jesus will discuss Jesus’ miracles and His Transfiguration.

The Road to Glory, the Path to Suffering will cover Jesus as He predicts His death and Palm Sunday.

Thursday, March 5th

New Passover, New Exodus will cover the Last Supper and Jesus’ Passion and Death.

Resurrection and Life talks about Jesus’ Resurrection, ascension, and the commissioning of the disciples.

Taste of Lent

Join us for the Taste of Lent on Sunday, February 23rd following Mass, as we kick-off our annual Lenten Rice Bowl program. You’ll be able to sample meatless meals from this year’s highlighted countries: Honduras, Kenya, and Vietnam. We’ll also learn more about the countries and have the opportunity to participate in activities to earn some fair-trade chocolate. There is no cost to participate. All are welcome-so please join in!

Altar and Rosary Barn Sign Painting

The St. Anthony Altar and Rosary Society is hosting a barn board painting class on Sunday, March 22nd at 1 p.m. You must register and pay in advance, by March 15th, to participate. Registration is on the bulletin board in the entryway.

Questions and payment can be directed to Shana Krpan.

High School Youth Meet Up

St. Anthony High School Youth are invited to a meet-up at Casa Grande in Knoxville before the parish bingo night on Friday, February 21st at 5 p.m. Bring money to pay for your supper. Afterwards, the group will head to the church for some bingo fun from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Friends are welcome. Contact Laura Hollinrake at the church office if you’ll need a ride from the restaurant to church.

Parking Spot Silent Auction

St. Anthony is continuing the tradition of the Heritage Festival in auctioning off three reserved parking spaces in the church parking lot. See the auction sheet in the entryway for rules and other details. This is a silent auction; bidding closes after Mass on Sunday, February 16, 2020.

Civilize It in 2020 Election Season

What does it mean to love our neighbors in the midst of such a divisive climate? Catholics are called to bring the best of ourselves and our faith to the public square—and yet today, many shy away from such involvement because our national and local conversations are filled with anger and harsh language, often directed at people themselves. As Catholics, we must model a better way. We invite you to model love for neighbor by pledging to Civilize It and committing to civility, clarity, and compassion this election year. Civilize It: Dignity Beyond the Debate is a non-partisan call to focus on the dignity of all people, even those with whom we disagree, and to put faith in action. Make room in your heart for those with whom you disagree and pledge dignity beyond the debate today at!

Jim Brees Retirement Gathering

After nearly four decades of dedicated service to St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, our building maintenance and grounds supervisor, Jim Brees, has retired. Please join us after Mass on Sunday, January 26th for a reception in honor of an amazing man who has touched the lives of so many. All are welcome!


Our annual parish Bingo Fun Night is postponed due to the weather.

The event will now be held Friday, February 21st at 6:30 p.m. Everyone is free to join in the fun for all ages! Bring snacks to share and gently used or new prizes to donate to the cache. Don’t worry if you can’t be there right at 6:30-drop in when you can. It’s always a rollicking good time for all ages! Bring your friends!