A very warm welcome to the St. Anthony website. Here you will find information about the parish. We hope that this site provides our parishioners and guests alike with useful information about our parish here in Oakley, our faith as Catholics and ways in which you can become involved in both.
If you are visiting our church today, know that we are honored by your presence. Our parish serves the needs of the community in many different ways. We offer preparation for sacraments, education for children and adults, social activities, assistance to those in difficulty, and comfort to the sick and those who mourn a loss. If we can be of service to you, do not hesitate to call on us. If you would like to join in our parish effort to serve God by serving the community, please contact Fr. Ken Sales, Fr. Javier Aguilar, Deacon Alan, Deacon Joe or phone or visit the Rectory Office (925-625-2048).
God's Blessings Always
St. Anthony Mission Statement
Our community follows Jesus by praying, loving and serving God.
Nuestra comunidad conoce y sigue a Jesús rezando, amando, y sirviendo a Dios.
(A Mission Statement explains the values or beliefs put into practice to pursue the purpose of the parish.)
St. Anthony Vision Statement
We are a Christian community committed to each other and the world through ministries of faith and works of mercy. We respond and bear witness to the call of Jesus through the Word of God, celebration of the Eucharist and compassionate Christian fellowship. We believe that our diversity unites us in our mission of continuous formation and active participation in building the Kingdom of God.
Somos una comunidad Cristiana comprometida los unos con los otros y con el mundo, por medio de ministerious de fe y obras de misericordia. Somos testigos y respondemos al llamado de Jesús por medio de la Palabra de Dios, celebracion de la Eucaristia y compassion fraternal Cristiana. Creemos que nuestra diversidad nos une en newstra mission de formacion continua y participacion active en construer el Reino de Dios.
(A Vision Statement provides an inspiring mental image of what the parish wants to be.)