The purpose of this class is to give parents a chance to realize the commitment needed from them for the Rite of Baptism, the obligation they have to their child, and to ensure that they are prepared to present their child for the Sacrament of Baptism.  Attendance at this one-time class is required and must be taken prior to the Baptism date.  If you have taken a class for a child you have had previously Baptized, you do not need to retake this unless it has been over 5 years.  The class must be taken prior to the Baptism.  Godparents are encouraged to attend with the parents.

Classes are set up on an individual basis to fit both your schedule and that of our Baptism Coordinator.  Call the Parish Office at (262) 251-5910, ext. 10, to sign up for a date for your child's Baptism and to register for a class if needed.  Baptisms are held at 12 pm on the 2nd Sunday of each month, and at all Masses on the 3rd weekend of each month.

Please contact John Hying, Director of Faith Formation at (262) 251-5910, ext. 20 or e-mail [email protected] for information regarding First Communion


Please contact John Hying, Director of Faith Formation at (262) 251-5910, ext. 20 or e-mail [email protected] for information regarding Confirmation or RICA.


Couples who wish to have their wedding at St. Anthony Parish must contact Carmen Morgan at (262) 251-0220, at least 6 months prior to the intended date of marriage. Catholic parties must be a registered and practicing members of the parish for at least 6 months prior to the start of marriage preparation.

Parishioners who are planning to have surgery or entering the hospital for other reasons are encouraged to celebrate the sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick prior to hospitalization.  You may also let us know if you need an anointing done in the hospital, nursing home, assisted living or hospice facility.  Please call the Parish Office for arrangements.

If you are homebound, hospitalized, or prior to hospitalization, and would like a visit from the Pastoral Staff or need Anointing of the Sick, please contact the Parish Office.  Our priests and Minsters will be happy to make a pastoral visit.  If you can no longer get to Mass because you had to give up driving but would still love to be able to get to church, call us and we will try to pair you up with parishioners who might be able to drive you to Mass.

If you can't leave your home because of physical limitations but would like to receive Communion on a regular basis, home visits can be arranged for this.  If you can receive Communion at your nursing home, assisted living center, etc., but find you miss keeping up on weekly happenings at our parish by reading our bulletin and don't have access to a computer, we would be happy to mail you a weekly copy.  Don't be afraid to call us; we are here to try to help you in as many ways as possible!

The sacrament of Reconciliation also known as Penance and Confession, is a sacrament in which a priest, as the agent of God, forgives sins, when the sinner is heartily sorry for them, sincerely confesses them, and is willing to make satisfaction for them.

Reconciliation is available Saturdays in the church at 3:30 pm or anytime by appointment.


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