Experience and live the Catholic faith
Our campus ministry provides many opportunities for students and families to experience and live the Catholic faith in our weekly liturgy, faith formation, Catholic observances, preparation, and administration of the sacraments. The chapel at St. Anthony High School is open to our students and their families as a place to congregate and praise our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
The Religion program at St. Anthony lays the foundation for the students' spiritual growth and the development of their knowledge of the Catholic faith. Throughout the year, the students will learn how Jesus’ words and actions proclaim His father’s saving love, the goodness and mercy of God in sending us His Son as our Savior, Jesus’ public life, and the Paschal Mystery; how Christ, by his suffering, death, and resurrection, reconciled the human family to God.
Throughout their time at St. Anthony, from our pre-kinder classes through middle school, our students learn the fundamentals of the Catholic faith and attend weekly liturgy. We cover the seven sacraments and all parts of the liturgy and their meaning are studied. The students grow in their appreciation of the church as a worshiping community and give worship to God by prayer, loving service, and celebrating the liturgical seasons. We nurture our students in knowing, proclaiming, witnessing, and sharing the good news of Christ.
We welcome families to worship with us. Weekly Liturgy is celebrated on first Friday of every month at the St. Anthony High School Chapel at 9:15 a.m. and in the Benson Center on all other Fridays.