Priests serving since 1914

Rev. D.P. Kelly 1914-1918 

Rev. Daniel Grace 1919-1924

Rev. Robert Dillon 1925-1926

Rev. William Chaput 1927-1929 Rev. Michael Rosol 1929-1935

Rev. Michael P. Mead 1935-1949 Rev. Patrick McNerney 1949-1956 Rev. Daniel McAllister 1956-1961 Rev. Joseph Buck 1961-1967

Rev. Thomas Delahunty 1967-1975 Rev. Lester J. McCloskey 1975-1980 Rev. Gerald Moffat 1980-1991

Rev. Jan Larson 1992-2007

Rev. John Ludvik 2007-2011

Rev. Roy Baroma 2011-2017

Rev. Duc Nguyen 2017-

100 year celebration

Stained Glass Windows

CARNATION – In the early days of what is now east King County, priests traveled up the Snoqualmie River to celebrate Mass in communities along the river. In 1914, local Catholics built a small church on donated land in Tolt (now Carnation), with the help of funds from the Catholic Extension Society and $500 from a private donor. St. Anthony Mission was dedicated Nov. 13, 1914, by Bishop Edward O’Dea.


425 333 4930


31911 E. Blanche Street  Carnation, WA. 98014


Located in the Snoqualmie Valley we are a

mission church. Our Lady of Sorrows, located in Snoqualmie is part of our growing parish.

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