Welcome to our Parishes
This Sunday is Divine Mercy Sunday!
Please join us after our masses to recite together the Divine Mercy Chaplet.
Confessions will be 1/2 hour before all masses.
To find out more about Divine Mercy Sunday and how to say the chaplet go to the top of page and click "The Basics": thedivinemercy.org
Saturday 4:00 pm - St. Margaret
Sunday 9:00 am - St. Anthony
Sunday 11:30 am - Sacred Heart
Monday - no masses
Tues. 7:30 am | 5:30 pm @ St. Anthony
Wed. 7:30 am | 5:30 pm @ St. Anthony
Thurs. 5:30 pm @ St. Anthony
Thurs. 10:00 am Maryhill
Friday 9:00 am @ St. Margaret
1st Saturday of the Month 10:00 am - St. Anthony
Confessions: 1/2 hour prior to masses. Located in the Library. Face to face and screen.
Adoration: 1 hour prior to weekday masses.
No confessions or adoration prior to St. Anthony weekday morning masses.
Silent Prayer in church: Tues-Wed 8am - 5pm, Thurs 10am - 5pm @ St. Anthony
Dispensation in effect as of October 5th until further notice.
The Diocese is asking for mandatory mask wearing. If you do not wear a mask please be charitable and keep social distancing.
Click on the little YouTube
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Father Michael Lightner's
videos including daily and
NO Mass Intentions being taken at this time at St. Anthony Parish. Mass intentions available at all other parishes. Please contact the offices. Please note that masses can be cancelled/changed without notice. Please be assured that if you had a mass intention on that day it will be rescheduled. Please watch bulletin for change.
NOTE: If you are giving to the Bishop's Appeal please make sure you mark the parish name on donation so the correct parish receives the credit.
If you use online giving the parish will automatically be credited.
We have exciting news for registered members of our three parishes!!
Through July of 2021 all registered members have FREE access to FORMED. This is a Catholic platform that offers online books, videos, movies, and audio resources to help learn more about our Catholic Faith. This is the platform our Religious Education classes are using until December (and maybe into the New Year).
SIGN UP (1) Click here signup.formed.org (2)Type in our zip code “54151” to find “St. Anthony Parish, 1432 River St. Niagara, WI 54151” (3) Enter your name and email address. Wait - it should process and then bring you to FORMED main page. On the top right you will see your new account icon. Bookmark the page for easy access.
There is also a FORMED app for smartphones and the app is available if you have a Roku for your TV.
May I recommend you begin your online experience by watching The Search
Saints * Apologetics/Evangelization * Angels * Miracles * Revelations * Prayer * Spirituality * Biographies * Conversions * Bibles * Sacraments * Church * Pope * Church history * Morality * Relationships *
For those of you out and about stop in the Library during open church hours and sign out an item of interest. Those of you who are staying put and would like something from the library please contact us and we will happily find something you would be interested in and deliver it to you. Please contact the office 715-251-3879 or Dawn Johnson at 715-251-1773.
St. Blaise Mass
"Blessing of the Throats"
Wed, Feb 3rd at 5:30 pm
mass at St. Anthony
If you are interested in becoming a member or need sacramental prep please contact the St. Anthony office.
To login to your website membership:
To login to your Online Giving please go to the "Online Giving" tab (The Online Giving log-in is separate from the site membership log-in. Directions are on the page to set it up.)
Each person has an inherent dignity as a beloved child of God. The Diocese of Green Bay is committed to providing a safe environment in our parishes, in our schools, in our Faith Formation programs, and in all of our ministries, especially those that serve children, youth and individuals at risk. If you want to learn more about the programs and resources available through the Diocese of Green Bay to live out this commitment, click here.