Spanish Vocation Mass with Bishop Burbidge at St. Anthony of Padua
We invite you to join Bishop Burbidge to pray for more vocations, specially in our Hispanic communities.
The annual Mass will be celebrated in Spanish on Sunday, April 30th here at St. Anthony of Padua at 3:30pm.
April 30th at 3:30 pm
Misa por las Vocaciones con el Obispo Burbidge en la Parroquia San Antonio
Te invitamos a unirte al Monseñor Burbidge para orar por más vocaciones, especialmente de nuestras comunidades hispanas.
Esta Misa anual se celebrará en español el domingo 30 de abril en nuestra Parroquia San Antonio de Padua a las 3:30 pm.
30 de Abril a las 3:30 pm
First Communion Schedule
The First Communion Schedule is as follows:
Saturday, May 6
Time: 6:00 pm (Spanish)
Sunday, May 7
Time: 8:30 am (English) Corpus Christi School
Time: 11:00 am (English)
Know your Legal Rights
St. Anthony of Padua is hosting a workshop in conjunction with Catholic Charities on immigration legal rights. What to do if you encounter immigration officials. Know your rights and creating an emergency plan.
When: Saturday, June 3 (English)
Conoce tus Derechos
Estaremos auspiciando un taller junto con Caridades Católicas sobre tus derechos legales. Que hacer si se enfrenta con los oficiales de inmigración. Conoce tus derechos y crea un plan de seguridad
Cuando: Domingo, 4 de Junio (Español)
Inclement Weather Closing Policy
St. Anthony of Padua Parish follows Fairfax County Public Schools regarding closings due to inclement weather. Cancellation of Religious Education Classes will be announced on Facebook (Click here).
This includes the Parish and School Meeting Rooms, evening and weekend activities. If Fairfax County Public Schools closes evening or weekend activities due to inclement weather, our meeting room facilities will also be closed.
Catholic Formation by Fr. Marcus Pollard
About fifty years ago, the Church made clear that parents were the first teachers of the faith for their children. Then and now many parents may have heard those words, but were not sure what they meant.
Additionally, the Church also began to teach clearly that the faithful were the first missionaries of the Faith to the world. Both when those words were said and today, this is a concept that is difficult for most Catholics. To continue reading – Click here