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2018 ANNUAL DIOCESAN APPEAL - OUR GOAL - $134,635  
We made it!! Pledges totalling $134,635 and counting!!! - 100% of our Goal, with 495 gifts! 
Thank you so much for your generosity - You made the
 difference!!
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Worship Schedule

Weekday Mass Times:
   Mon   - 7:00AM & 8:30AM
   Tues  - 7:00AM & 8:30AM

   Wed   - 8:30AM & 5:30PM
   Thurs - 7:00AM & 8:30AM
               and 6PM Spanish
   
Fri     - 7:00AM & 8:30AM
   Sat.   - 8:30AM
Weekend Mass Times:
    
Sat. Eve. Vigil - 4:00PM
    Sunday 8:00, 9:30, 11:00AM,
    1:00PM Spanish, 5:00PM Latin
**Watch Live broadcast of the 11AM Mass every Sunday by Clicking Here 

Eucharistic Adoration: Held in the Adoration Chapel beginning at
9:15AM every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday with Benediction
of the Blessed Sacrament at 8:00PM.
First Friday Devotion: First Friday of Every Month 7:00PM 
First Saturday: Litany of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel following the 8:30 a.m. Mass.
Reconciliation: Saturday 9-9:30AM, 3-3:30PM English, 12:30-1PM Spanish, or by appointment

Coming Up

Jun 20
Jun 24

Baptism Class

12:30 pm
Jul 4
Jul 8

Fr. Hoffman Retirement

10:30 am – 2:30 pm
Jul 13

Bingo!

5:00 pm

Divine Mercy Website

                   

On-Demand Audio Podcasts



Welcome to St. Anthony Parish Family

In 1930, during the time of our nation’s great Depression, our parish launched a bold initiative—-the construction of a new beautiful church building. Financially our parishioners were suffering dramatic economic hardships—along with the nation as a whole. And yet, in the great spirit of St Anthony parish, the parish family creatively met the challenge, resulting in the beautiful building in which we now worship and call our home.

How did they do it? The “old timers” told me that the many ladies who baked bread in the out-door ovens which dotted the southside would sell a loaf of bread in order to purchase a brick for the church building. Many loaves of fresh bread—-baked in love— along with other acts of sacrificial giving on the part of so many—-helped build our church.

And so our beautiful story continues........................

Our Mission Statement: To make life-long disciples, baptized in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, and teach them in all aspects of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church.

We welcome you to St. Anthony Parish, we welcome you to this website - full of information about our parish, school, and ministries. And if you are looking for a spiritual "home", we hope you look first at St. Anthony Parish.

May God Bless You,



Monsignor Frank E. Chiodo
Pastor

Pastor's Corner - Join the New Evangelism with Monsignor!

Monsignor Chiodo and Father Gehler want to give you many ways to experience worship and deepen your faith at St. Anthony Parish:

First, we have our weekly 11AM Sunday Mass Livecast - a live feed from St. Anthony for anyone wishing to view.

Next we have short faith filled videos called "Heart's Journey" that are being produced each week. Mini sermons - Why? Fewer and fewer people go to church, yet they are online. Monsignor wants to reach them.  

Next, we have short Blog posts from Monsignor and Father on various topics of Worship, and also Blog posts on important topics/people/updates within our parish family.

Finally, in the left column we have Audio Podcasts available to deepen your faith.

Join Monsignor and Father in the mission for souls! - Use these links and pass them on to friends and family!


Pastor's Corner Blog Listing


Quenching Our True Thirst

By: Fr. Dan Gehler

It is a good to recall our own encounters with the Lord.  Ultimately, we are thirsting for God and his love, it is a time to return to the well in order to satisfy that thirst, accepting no substitutes.... Read More  


Belief and Behavior

By: Monsignor Chiodo

In the Vatican’s Sistine Chapel, behind the altar you can view Michelangelo’s breathtaking depiction of the Last Judgment. It has been recently restored, so the colors and the subtleties of the painting …Read More


Persons of Disinterest

By: Fr. Dan Gehler

The Lord tells Israel that if they truly want safety and security, they must seek justice, humility, and his law: The unjust are destined for destruction by their own iniquity. Justice is about giving each person their due, and …Read More


Contact Us

St. Anthony Parish and School

15 Indianola Road
Des Moines, Iowa   50315
t. P 515-244-4709, S 515-243-1874
info@stanthonydsm.org