HISTORY OF ST. ANTHONY CHURCH
We, the Church of St. Anthony, are a faith community in the Roman Catholic tradition. We gather together to bear witness to our beliefs. We are accepting of all, united in our diversity and serve each other in the caring spirit of social justice and friendship. Our liturgies reflect and enhance our faith. We desire to share our Christian values through active participation in our faith community and by reaching out to those in need.
in the town of Tolt, now Carnation, were being conducted in residents' homes by itinerant clergymen. During the early 1880s, Roman Catholic religious services began with a traveling priest who also made stops in Monroe, Duvall, Snoqualmie and Issaquah. The first Catholic religious mass and baptism took place in
Tolt on May 20, 1891.
Saint Anthony Church Carnation, WA
Dedicated November 14, 1914
BISHOP EDWARD JOHN O'DEA, D.D.
Jubilee Mass November 12, 1989
ARCHBISHOP RAYMOND G HUNTHAUSEN, D.D.
100 year Centennial Mass
Celebrated October 26, 2014
ARCHBISHOP J. PETER SARTAIN
We are excited to faithfully live out our calling by extending ourselves in so many ways to our
community. Please bring your new ideas and feel free to volunteer at any of our established yearly parish outreach and monthly celebrations.
FIND YOUR FAITH
Where ever you may be in your spiritual journey, we invite you to be a part of us. Call or visit anytime and if you wish to register, call our church office.