505 E North St.
Manteca, Ca 95336
We covenant to give ourselves to Christ as He gives Himself to us in the Eucharist, so every personmight be a full, active, & conscious participant in His Church, empowered to share & live the Gospel.
Weekdays - 7 am and 9 am
Saturdays - 8:00 am
5:00 pm (English Vigil)
7:00 pm (Spanish Vigil)
7:00 am, 8:45 am, 10:45 am, 6:00 pm (Youth Mass English)
12:30 pm (Spanish)
Saturdays - 8:30 am
Second Collection Dates:
January 28 /29 :
Church in Latin America
February 4 / 5 :
Catholic Schools (St. Anthonys)
We are a part of the Diocese of Stockton. http://www.stocktondiocese.org/
Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Roman-Catholic-Diocese-of-Stockton/11658180503272
"And every day, when your heart especially feels the loneliness of life, Pray"
-St. Padre Pio-
Thank you for the generous support St. Anthony's receives throughout the year from our friends and parishioners. St. Anthony's is blessed to have the financial support so greatly beneficial and necessary to its ministries and operations. Please click below for a copy of St. Anthony's Church annual financial report for the Fiscal Year ending June30, 2016.
St. Anthony's Crab Feed is
Saturday, February 4th
in the school gym
There will be wine & cheese
@ 6 pm and all you can eat crab, pasta, salad and bread @7 pm
tickets are $50 and can be purchased at the school and parish office or by calling Nicole @ 408-616-9229
This fun event is for 21 years and older
The St. Anthony School Education Foundation is hosting a Paint Night on Wednesday, February 22 in the school cafeteria @ 6pm. Wine and cocktailswill be available
and light snacks will be provided
tickets are $45 and can be purchesed in the school office or by contacting Rowena @
This fun event is for 21 years and older
School Auction in Need of Auction Items
The Annual St. Anthony School Auction is in need of auction items. This is the biggest event of our school year and it helps to offset the cost of tuition please contact the school @ 209-823-4513 to help
St. Anthony's Google+ Link
Healing the pain of abortion, one weekend at a time Rachel's Vineyard weekends are a beautiful opportunity for any person who has struggled with the emotional or spiritual pain of abortion. It is an opportunity to heal repressed feelings of anger, shame, guilt, and grief in a safe and confidential environment. There will be four retreats in 2017:
February 3-5 - Spanish
April 28-30 - English
September 22-24 - Spanish
October 6-8 - English
For more information or to register contact Kim 209-465-5433 - English
Gloria 510-384-6875 - Spanish
The Santo Nino Ministry of St. Anthony of Padua invite you to the 5th Annual Santo Nino Feast Celebration
Saturday, January 21st, Mass at 5:00pm in the Church, Fellowship, Food and Entertainment immediately following Mass, in the school gym
Since 1974, National Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. It starts the last Sunday in January and runs all week, which in 2017 is January 29 - February 4. The theme for the National Catholic Schools Week 2017 is “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” Schools typically observe the annual celebration week with Masses, open houses and other activities for students, families, parishioners and community members. Through these events, schools focus on the value Catholic education provides to young people and its contributions to our church, our communities and our nation.
Join the Bishops and thousands of Catholics across the Country for a nine day Novena, January 21 -29,2017, to promote a "Culture of Life" You can register to receive daily prayer intercessions and reflections via : the app, text msg, email, or online. Please go to http://www.Usccb.Org/9days for more information
"In today's world, many Christians from various churches work together to serve humanity in need. Join your voice to mine in praying for all who contribute through prayer and fraternal charity to restoring full ecclesial communion in service of the challenges facing humanity. "
As One Building Our Future Together
Your gift to the 2017 Bishop's Ministry Appeal helps put our faith into action. Our ultimate goal is 100% participation.
By making a gift to the BMA, you join hands with thousands whose generosity brings the love of Christ to so many in our diocese. Your gift directly supports diocesan ministries serving our parishes.
We are blessed to be given so much here in the Diocese of Stockton. But there is always more we can do. There are so many hearts, minds and souls we can touch with God's Love.
Here's how you can help support your Diocese and Parish. Give On-Line:
https://stocktondiocese.org/BMA or make checks payable to the Bishop's Ministry Appeal Trust.
The World Meeting of Popular Movements
.The Central Valley Dioceses of Stockton, Sacramento and Fresno will be co-hosting the World Meeting of Popular Movements at Central Catholic High School in Modesto on Feb. 16-19.
The World Meeting of Popular Movements is a Vatican co-sponsored conference that will gather more than 600 people from across the world to discuss social justice issues. The conference aims to help grass-roots groups push for worker rights, housing and environmental justice, according to PICO (People Improving Communities through Organizing) release
Pope Francis is expected to have a presence in some form, whether “through written testimony or reporting or through video or teleconference,” and is planning to send, Cardinal Peter Turkson, prefect of the IHD. Cardinal Turkson is among Pope Francis’ senior leaders and president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace.
Please keep this gathering in your prayers.