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St. Anthony Catholic Church
1602 Bowie Street
Columbus, Texas 78934
Welcome to our Parish Website
This is our home on the Internet. Here you will find the latest news and information about our parish, St Anthony, Columbus, Texas.
Message from our NEW PASTOR, Father Augustine Asante. click here
The St. Anthony Parish Family is committed to growing the family through our parochial school, Adult Bible Study, religious education and youth programs, Catholic Daughters, Altar Society and Knights of Columbus. Check out our "Links" page for valuable resources. You may also want to draw up our weekly Sunday Bulletin. For an exciting look at what's going on with our Youth Ministry, log in to FACEBOOK (it's free) and type in Catholic Youth Ministry
You may also connect to our Parochial School webpage link www.stanthonyschool.homestead.com
God's Word is for mankind. Come investigate the BIBLE!
It's never too late to begin studying the Bible. It's never too late to join one of our Bible Study groups. Can you tell your children and grandchildren the STORY of salvation? Do you feel the exhilaration of knowing and being familiar with the circumstances surrounding the Bible readings on Sunday morning?
16th Sun [A] 2014
We live in a strange world, don’t we? So many people begin things with good intentions, wonderful visions, and really want to make things better, both in their own lives and in the lives of others. Marx and Lenin, the fathers of communism, really wanted to make the lives of their countrymen better. We went to war in Vietnam with good intentions. Atomic energy was supposed to make the world a better place. But, as in so many great efforts, things are likely to eventually go wrong.
15th Sun [A] 2014
When it comes to facing failures in life, the farmer in today's Gospel parable sounds a lot like many of us. We work hard, and only sometimes succeed. Most of the best things that we give to others are not by them well received. Most of what we want to plant in the lives of those around us doesn't "take"; it doesn't become rooted and permanently planted in their lives.