How is God's love connected to our political participation? How do we make responsible and faithful choices in the election this fall?
Join us for Faithful Citizenship, a series of non-partisan discussions where we'll talk about questions like these as we explore Scripture and the US Bishops' statement "Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship." We'll gather in the hall from 7-8:30 p.m. on October 5, 12, 19, and 26.
Each week has a different theme so join us when you can. No registration is necessary. Following is a schedule of each week's discussions: October 5: "The Call to Participate in Public Life" October 12: "Forming Consciences" October 19: "Avoiding Evil and Doing Good" October 26: "Catholic Social Teaching and the Public Square"
Prayer partners needed for children preparing for First Reconciliation and First Communion.
Prayer partners pray for their assigned child every day, observe milestones and holidays (for example: birthday, Christmas, Easter) by sending a note or card and talk with their partner when they can.
Research shows that the more caring adults a child has in his or her life, the better their overall development. This holds true for their faith development as well. If you can join in this important ministry, please contact Laura Hollinrake, or sign up on the bulletin board in the church lobby.
Thank you Committee Members...
Strong Catholic Families committee would like to thank all the people that attended the assembly of parish committees on Sunday, October 23. We greatly appreciate those who were able to attend to help us improve communication among St. Anthony Catholic Church's committees about their upcoming activities and needs.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts and ideas to brainstorm ways our committees can connect with, support, and build upon each other's activities, as well as ways to better involve families and children.