Welcome To St. Anthony/All Saints Parish
A message from Father Tom Bishop
We can be God’s welcoming presence as we walk together in God’s love, transcending every human barrier of language, culture, and country border. The Gospel calls us to welcome immigrants with compassion and hopeful expectations. The diverse and integrated traditions will give St. Anthony/All Saints Parish a strong and vibrant future for the next 100 years.
Our uniqueness as a parish is a celebration of Ethnic traditions (Italian, Polish, Slovak, Hispanic), warm hospitality with an emphasis on love of children and of the poor, which are charisms of our Patron–St. Anthony. We are also the welcoming community for our Hispanic brothers & sisters of Stark County.
Roman Catholic Church
“I thank you for your presence and all your innumerable ways of support. I ask you to join me in giving thanks to God. Let us pray together for our continued dependence on the Holy Spirit for all that we are, do and shall become.” – Fr. Tom Bishop
What’s Going On...
The Word Made Flesh
Join us on Wednesday evenings (Nov. 6–Dec. 18) from 6:30–8:30 p.m. in the Friendship Room we will analyze and discuss the first 2 chapters of the Gospels of Matthew and Luke, as well as the Prologue of the Gospel of John. For more information click here.
Finding Peace in the Midst of Chaos
One day Advent Retreat for men and women of all ages. Join us on Saturday, December 7th from 9:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Our guest speaker is Fr. Edward Keck. He will help us prepare a place in our hearts for the birth of the Christ Child, peace amidst the chaos of life. Click here for more information.
To help us better serve the needs of parents in our community, we have created a survey. Your answers will give us insight into the best programs to serve you.+ Read More
On the 2nd Sunday of the month, plan to join us in the Heritage Hall from 9:15–10:45 am for coffee and doughnuts. See you there.+ Read More