CYO will begin meeting again on Sunday, January 7th. Don’t forget to get permission slips and deposits  in for the ski trip February 1st-4th.

CYO is open to all 7th-12th graders who are interested in learning more about their faith and having some fun at the same time! We meet Sundays from 6-7:30pm (dinner included) in the family center.

CYO SKI TRIP Winterplace, WV  February 1-4, 2018skiing-clipart-illustration-1048468

Total Cost is $325. This covers lodging, lift tickets, ski rentals, and meals.

A $100 Deposit is due to hold your spot and the final balance is due before we leave.

Safe Haven and Driver Training are required for chaperones.

Please call Lyn O’Donnell at 843-245-0813 to volunteer or for more information


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Men’s Club Breakfast

breakfastSunday, January 7th, 10 am in the Family Center

Always an enjoyable morning! Donations appreciated

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Senior Bingo


 Come join us in classroom A  for a couple of hours of food and fun. This group meets every second Tuesday of the month  and bring a friend open to all

 Call Noreen McFann for more information at 843-409-7097.


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Trail Life USA for Boys

Trail Life USA is a Christian outdoor adventure program that focuses on outdoor adventure, character, and leadership development. Troop SC-0490 is a newly chartered group here at St. Anthony’s. Trail Life is for boys in grades 5k(kindergarten) thru 12th grade.

We will be having Family Information Day to describe our program so please bring your child for a fun activity and learn about our upcoming year.

Family Information Day: September 11th

When: 6:30-7:30 PM          Where: St. Anthony Family Centerlogo

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RCIA Program

Do You Feel Called to Full Communion with the Holy Roman Catholic Church?thUQSARCFX

Are You… Unbaptized? Baptized in another Christian community?

Baptized in the Catholic Church but still needing to receive First Holy Communion and/or Confirmation?

Want to know more about your spouse’s faith? Just curious?

Then consider joining…our 2017-2018 RCIA program

Welcome and Information Session Wednesday, September 6th at 7 pm!

RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) is a program of faith discernment, as well as a time for you to grow in prayer, in study, in community, and to come to understand and participate in the liturgical life of the Catholic Church.

Classes are held every Wednesday beginning September 13th in Classroom A from 7:15 pm until 8:30 pm. Contact the church office at 662-5674 for more information.

Catholic wishing to enrich their faith and understanding are also welcome.


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Volunteer Teachers Needed for CCD

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO SPREAD THE GOOD NEWS! Volunteer catechists are needed for the 2017-2018 school year to share in the faith journey of our parish children and youth 5 years of age through 8th grade, including for those preparing for First Communion and Confirmation. Catechists are not expert teachers or brilliant theologians. They are ordinary people, just like you, who generously volunteer their time to share our Catholic faith, values, and traditions with our youngest generation of Christians. Please call Rae Anne MalvaGomes at 843-662-5674 for more information. PHC - Catechist Prayer Card

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Religious Education Registration

CCD Registration Form

Registration is open for faith formation and sacramental preparation classes for the 2017-18 school year! To avoid a $10 late registration fee, register by August 18th.

CCD begins September 6th at 5:45pm in the Family Center. Dinner is served prior to CCD, starting at 5:15pm. All classes conclude at 7:00pm.

Faith Formation is a life-long journey; on-going attendance is expected. Please note the Diocese of Charleston requires a MINIMUN of two-years of faith formation classes prior to receiving the sacraments of First Communion and Confirmation.

First Communion preparation takes place in the 2nd grade.

Confirmation preparation takes place during 8th grade. Special classes are available for children and teens that have not received the sacraments during the standard grade levels. For more information, please call Rae Anne MalvaGomes at 843-662-5674.

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Altar Server Training

Rising 4th graders and older may apply by having their parents call the parish office or by emailing Fr. Morey at

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Online Giving

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We are happy to announce that we are now offering Online Giving!

This convenient new system does not require you to contact your bank to sign up or to make changes. You can use any of your checking or savings accounts and the funds will be automatically transferred to our parish bank account.

Online Giving helps you maintain your giving even if you cannot attend Mass. You can choose to do a One Time Gift, or you can set up regularly scheduled contributions that are withdrawn on the date you specify in the system.
This system is more convenient for the parish than electronic checks from your bank. It’s convenient for you because you can make changes at any time, see reports on your contribution history and generate tax statements at each year’s end.

Online Giving is very easy to use and requires no special knowledge other than how to access the Internet. If you haven’t already signed up, click the link at the top of the page to get started.


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Building Expansion Information

Building Plans  Open link to see drawings of new buildings and expansions

 Over $540,000 in Gifts & Pledges!

All gifts, no matter the size, are needed and greatly appreciated.
The campaign is based on equal sacrifice, not equal giving.

St. Anthony Capital Campaign: Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What will the projects cost and what is the goal of the campaign?

A. The estimated cost to complete all of the projects is $3 million. In order to accomplish
the initial project, the goal of the campaign is to attain a minimum of $1.5 million. For practical  reasons the projects have been divided into three phases. This allows the projects to be  accomplished in a more feasible manner.
Q. Is it true that each family is expected to contribute a pledge of $4,000 or more?

A. No, this is not true. Every gift is important to the success of the campaign. The success
of the campaign is based on the premise that not everyone can make the same size gift, but everyone  can make an equal sacrifice – a contribution that truly reflects their gratitude for their Catholic  Faith and a willingness to support the mission of Saint Anthony Parish.
The suggested minimum asking level in the brochure was set at $4,000 to reflect a formula that  takes into consideration a variety of factors; it is not based on each registered family giving  $4,000. In order for us to be successful, any family who has the ability to pledge $10,000,  $25,000, $50,000, $100,000 or even more is asked to prayerfully consider doing so.

Q. Why are families asked for pledges?
A. We are encouraging pledges instead of one-time gifts because a pledge allows a family to make a larger contribution over a longer period of time. The amount of your pledge is more important than the time frame in which it is paid. If you need more time to make a larger pledge, that is fine. Of course, we are grateful for all sacrifices, whether they are pledges or one-time gifts. Our most important goal is 100% participation from our families! We hope that you will make a contribution to these critical projects.
Q. Do I have to make a down payment with my pledge?
A. We ask everyone to consider making a 10% down payment with your pledge. Your down payment will allow the parish to more quickly accomplish our projects. A down payment is not necessary; however, it is recommended and appreciated. Please don’t let that stop you from filling out your pledge card.
Q. Can I make a pledge via an EFT from my bank account, debit or card credit?
A. Yes, to make your pledge online by visiting our website:
Then please remember to return your completed pledge card to the Parish Office.
Q. What happens if my finances change and I am unable to complete my pledge? Will my family be  held responsible?
A. A pledge is not legally binding; it is a statement of your sincere intentions. If circumstances arise causing financial hardship, you will always have the ability to amend your pledge and your family will not be held responsible for a pledge that you have made.
Q. How will we know that our money is being used for the stated purpose?
A. All contributions received for the Building Our Mission Together Capital Campaign l
be directed toward the elements outlined in the brochure. As we move forward, a



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