Welcome to St. Anthony’s Parish

Welcome to St. Anthony’s! Please browse the site to find our Parish is active and thriving, but we always welcome (and need) all talents and gifts God has inspired in you. Stop by the church to pray, sit quietly or speak with Fr. Andrew.  You are always welcome and invited to join our Parish family!  St. Anthony’s in Walnut Grove, CA, and Saint Therese in Isleton, CA. are the Delta Catholic Parishes led by Father Andrzej Koziczuk (Fr. Andrew). See his message   

Holy Week Masses will be Thursday, 6:30 p.m., Friday, 6:30 p.m., and Easter Sunday at 9 am. Easter Vigil on Saturday will be held in Isleton at 8:05 p.m.

Thanks to all who donated and shopped during our St. Patrick’s Day Spring Sale! We will hold the E-Waste Event on April 7th, but will accept items every Sunday at 11 am, and on April 7th as well from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 6fb740dedb86c53ab56e04b86b910470_ewaste-computer-ewaste-picture-clipart_220-263Thanks OWL

St. Anthony’s Daily Mass: Tues and Wed. 8:30 am Saturday/Sabado Confession: 9 am, Mass (Spanish) 7 pm Sunday/Domingo: English 9 am

St. Anthony’s is located at  14012 Walnut Ave,  Walnut Grove CA 95690   (916) 776 1330   Map to St. Anthony’s in Walnut Grove, CA                                                                                             St. Therese is located at 100 Fourth St, Isleton CA 95641    (916) 777- 6871  Map to St Therese in Isleton, CA  See our St. Anthony’s Parish Life page for information or Purchase a Garden Brick on how you can order a brick with your name to be placed in the garden soon.    You have a reserved seat in the Lord’s house of worship. Come to mass and let your burdens be lifted.     

May Jesus Christ be Praised! This is our greeting from old time when Catholics realized that everything should be for the glory of God and greeted each other in this way. With His Spirit and Love we can grow trusting in Him totally.   When we enter the church we sign the cross on our body dipping the tips of our fingers in the bowl of the Holy water. In this way, we remind ourselves about our Baptism. Through the Sacrament of Baptism we enter into the Spiritual life of Jesus, and into His Church in the way handed down to us by Jesus Himself through his chosen Apostles and spiritual leaders of the Catholic faith through the ages. And so we are in His Church in St. Anthony’s and St. Therese’s in Isleton. Welcome everyone!         Everything for His Glory,SAMSUNG Father Andrzej Koziczuk



Fr Andrew and Ron Squaglia seal the statue

See St. Mary’s Garden of Prayer  for the story of the garden and buy a brick to honor a loved one.



Posted by on August 10, 2011 in Uncategorized