Welcome to St. Anthony Parish
Our Parish is a spiritual home for 7,000 members in downtown Renton, WA.
Our mission: we are a people of God called to be a visible and active sign
of the life and love that Christ offers to all creation.
February 1-28, from 8pm – 7am daily; Parish Hall
February 1, 8, 15, 22, Thursdays from 8:30am to 7pm; Church
February 16 and 23, March 2, 9, 16, 23 Fridays at 5:30pm; Church
February 16 and 23, Fridays – Vietnamese 6:15pm, English 7:00pm, Spanish 8:00pm; Church
March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, Thursdays from 8:30am to 7pm; Church
March 2, Friday at 6:15pm; Church
March 2, Friday at 7:30pm; Church
March 4, Sunday at 7:30pm; Church
March 5, 6, 7 and 8 – after morning Mass and at 7:00pm at the Church followed by a reception at the Hall
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St. Anthony School
St. Anthony School has a wonderful tradition of educating students. Since 1927, we have taught children to be joyful, loving and Christ-centered individuals, capable of serving others and bettering the world. That strong tradition continues in our school today with a very dedicated and caring faculty and staff. Together, we have a commitment to provide a strong educational base for our students to prepare them for High School and beyond. We also want to build their character, teaching academics alongside service in a program deeply rooted in taking care of others and in our Catholic faith.
Our sister parish, Ste. Anne de Hyacynthe is just 5 km up a mountain ‘road’ from Petit Goave, which is a bustling town 60 km from Port au Prince via a good coastal road. The ‘road’ up the mountain from the town of Petit Goave to village of Hyacynthe features stunningly beautiful views from a path that might discourage a mountain goat. Separated by great distance, but united by our common baptism and our Catholic faith, we seek to develop a bond between our parishes that is based upon mutual respect for the spiritual and cultural gifts of each other’s community, and to discover new ways of experiencing and honoring our identity as the Body of Christ.
A Christian Steward . . .
Receives God's gifts gratefully
Cherishes and tends our gifts in a responsible, accountable manner
Shares them in justice and love with others
Returns them with increase to the Lord
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