1st HOLY COMMUNION CLASSES ARE OVER FOR THE SEASON!

GOD BLESS THE 23 CHILDREN WHO WILL BE RECEIVING THEIR FIRST HOLY COMMUNION OVER THE NEXT TWO MONTHS!

1 More Faith-Family Fun Facts Class!

April 7

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Zoom Link:

Join Zoom Meeting 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4311589200 

Meeting ID: 431 158 9200

     2021-2022

   St. Anthony of Padua

    Religious Education

               

                                          To Register Your Child

   click the oval Registration Form way at the bottom of this page

                                       and fill out the form online... 

      Question or comment?  call Joyce Crandley (860) 485-1247

                                               use the contact box below

                                               or sapreligioused@gmail.com

       FIRST PENANCE/

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION CLASS

Every Sunday morning (except the 2nd Sunday of every month)

9:30-10 AM ZOOM CLASS

ZOOM LINK ABOVE,  

and we'll also e-mail you a reminder before each class

Every Second Sunday of each month

families meet upstairs at St. Anthony of Padua, 9:30-10:15AM

so that those children readying for their first Penance/first Holy Communion can spend some time with Jesus in the Tabernacle (and we give Him flowers), have our lesson, and the children will be given a bag of that months' craft "ingredients" for the monthly crafts that will be listed on this website.

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FAITH-FAMILY FUN FACTS

ALL AGES CLASSES

EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT ZOOM CLASSES

                                  ZOOM LINK ABOVE,  

and we'll also e-mail you a reminder before each class

6:30-6:45 PM Catholic STORYTIME: grades PRE-K - 3rd

6:45-7:15 PM LESSON: grades 4 - 7 +

This Year's Theme For Faith Formation: 

Nature Within The Liturgical Year

Growing Toward Him!

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Small things with great love?

 

St. Mother Teresa dedicated her life to the phrase 'Small Things With Great Love' based on Jesus' words in Matthew 25:40 "Whatever you neglected to do unto one of the least of these, you neglected to do unto me! ''  So every tiny task she did, she made believe she was doing it for Jesus.  My hero!

 

St. Therese became a Carmelite nun at age 15!  Her “Little Way” to become a saint: “To do small things with great love."

We started this small website with great love for our parish children and their families. 

St. Mother Teresa and St. Therese pray for us!

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