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Chrismas Faire 2015 - 10/19/2015

Drop-offs for Christmas Faire the next two weekends: Nov 7-8, Nov 14-15 Christmas Faire is: Fri, Nov. 20, 5 - 9 pm Sat, Nov. 21, 10 - 2 pm Read more

Religious Education Schedules - 09/20/2015

The 2015-2016 Religious Education class schedules have been posted on the Religious Education page. Read more

Adult Faith Formation - Book Review - 08/01/2015

Join us this August to discuss the book One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic by Kenneth D. Whitehead. This book contains lots of historical facts and figures. However, your focus while reading should be on the “big picture” questions ... Read more

Church in the 21st Century - 08/30/2015

Drawing from the Boston College community and others, the C21 Center engages in critical conversations facing the Catholic community. The center presents videos, course, papers and other resources to help understand our Catholic faith in present times. Read more

Survey says...

Thank you to everyone who partcipated in the 2015 Parish Survey. If you have any questions or would like additonal informaton, please contact any member of the PPC. Read more

Congratulations to Confirmation Class - 03/15/2015

Congratulations to our 2015 Confirmation Class! May they continue to grow in their love and faith.

Books - Pope John XXIII & John Paul II - 04/26/2014

Books on lives of our two new Saints; check out these books: The Good Pope and Saint John Paul the Great Read more

2014 Youth Ministry Award Recipients - 05/02/2014

Congratulations and thank you to Amelia, Nathan, and Rita on their 2014 Youth Ministry Awards! Read more


St. Athanasius Trip to Nazareth Farm - 06/28/2014

Check out pictures from St. Athanasius' trip to Nazareth Farm in West Virginia Read more

Locked Up With God - 12/30/2013

Book about Vietnam prisoners of war; the link is to Chapter 9, the story of Corporal Lance Sijan, that Fr. Colarusso talked about in a homily recently. Read more

Holy Land Pilgramage - 04/08/2013

Follow Fr. Colarusso and Cardinal Sean as the priests of the Archdiocese follow Jesus' steps on their pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Read more

Rebuild my Church - 11/19/2012

Dying man finds miracle in abandoned church while rebuilding it Read more

Fr. Colarusso interview - 5/9/2012

Fr. Darin Colarusso was an Air Force aviator serving in Korea when he heard God unexpectedly calling him to the priesthood. Read more

Mission Statement

St. Athanasius Parish is a welcoming Roman Catholic Community, whose members are baptized in Christ, challenged by the word of God, and united in the Eucharist. We are moved by the Holy Spirit to proclaim the Lord's Good News of justice and peace in word and action to the local community and beyond.

Parish Goals

  • To encourage people to be better stewards of God’s Gifts
  • To engender optimism about the future of our Parish
  • To become a more welcoming Faith Community
  • To educate parishioners in the truths of the Catholic Faith in these difficult times
  • To enhance the liturgical life of the Parish

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St. Athanasius Parish: Weekly Bulletin

Christ the King

Weekly bulletin for November 22, 2015 [Read More]

Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time

Weekly bulletin for November 15, 2015 [Read More]

Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time

Weekly bulletin for November 8, 2015 [Read More]

Solemnity of All Saints

Weekly bulletin for November 1, 2015 [Read More]

Masses & Sacraments

Lord's Day Masses

Saturday at 4pm
Sunday at: 9am & 11am

Daily Masses
Mon-Fri at 9am

Holy Day Masses
As announced

Morning Prayer
Mon-Fri at 8:45am

Thursday at 6:30 - 7:30pm

Sacrament of Reconciliation
Thursday 6:30 - 7:30pm (during Adoration)
Saturday 3:15 - 3:45pm or by appointment

Sacrament of Baptism
Third Sunday of the month at 1:00 pm.

Sacrament of Marriage
Please contact the Parish Office at least six months in advance of your wedding date

Sacrament of the Sick
Please notify parish staff when a person is seriously ill. The sacrament is celebrated communally twice a year.

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