During COVID-19:

 

Online giving (options listed below) is the preferred method of giving. However, if you are unable to establish online giving below, you can mail your weekly offertory via USPS to our mailing address. Please indicate your desired fund on the memo line of your check (ex: Offertory). Please do not drop off checks by slipping them through doors on our campus.

 

Mailing Address:
St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church

7801 Bay Branch Drive
The Woodlands, TX 77382

 

Thank you for supporting our parish during these difficult times!

General Offertory

The Offertory, or Collection, at Mass is an integral part of the Sunday liturgy, not just because it is the primary means by which the parish receives financial support from the parishioners, but because it is also an expression of our gratitude to God for the blessings He has given us to return a portion of them back to Him for use by His Church.

Horizon Campaign

As our parish continues to welcome new families, the Horizon Campaign calls each of us to be a Pioneer in completing the projects set forth in the Campus Master Plan.  Our goals include a Multipurpose Building, a 350-seat Chapel, a Welcome Center, and assisting the Archdiocese in rebuilding five key areas (St Mary’s Seminary, Harvey/Imelda relief, Future disaster fund, Inner city Catholic schools, and Endowment for Faith Formation at less fortunate parishes). Visit the Horizon website for campaign details.

Second Collections

As Catholics, not only do we support our parish family, but also our greater community around us.  The Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston second collections allow us to give resources to both our region and the world. Find this year’s collection schedule here. Also, find help on HOW TO schedule Second Collections here.

Diocesan Services Fund

The Diocesan Services Fund (DSF) is the annual appeal that provides funding for essential ministries and programs that serve the religious, spiritual and human needs of thousands of people from every parish. Catechetical programs, hospital and prison ministries, programs for the aging and youth and many more are made possible by the annual DSF. The campaign ends December 31st. What is the difference between DSF and Offertory?  For more information contact us at (713) 659-5461 or email us at dsf@archgh.org.

St. Anthony’s Bread

The St. Anthony’s Bread Food Pantry serves all those who ask for and need food regardless of creed or backrgound. The SAB Food Pantry is open to the public on Monday, Thursday, and Saturday mornings. This has become the main food pantry serving the southern portion of Montgomery County and is a partner agency of the Montgomery County Food Bank.

St. Vincent de Paul

St. Vincent De Paul helps tackle poverty and disadvantage by providing direct practical assistance to anyone in need. This is usually provided as short-term assistance to those in crisis in the form of rent assistance, utility bills, or other emergency fundingYou can donate to our local parish chapter and/or the diocesan chapter.

Sponsor a Missionary

Our missionaries work in outdoor clinics, schools, and churches providing medical and dental care for hundreds of villagers in need of attention. Services include: check-ups, consultations, dental extractions and restorations and the distribution of medicines and vitamins. The mission includes Daily Mass, prayer, the sacraments and faith sharing by home visits and catechesis.

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity assists the less fortunate by building a home of their own. You can support this ministry through your prayers, donations, and volunteer hours! Your donation will assist in construction, tools, providing meals, and other various tasks.

Holy Day Collections

The Offertory, or Collection, on Holy Days is an integral part of the liturgy  because it is an expression of our gratitude to God for the blessings He has given us during Feasts and Holy Days that we are celebrating. It also assists with the additional expenses that are incurred by the parish during these “busier” seasons.

Additional Ministries

St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church has approximately 100 active ministries serving the local and global community. In addition to the giving opportunities listed on this page, click the link below to learn of other giving opportunities on our campus including: Prison Ministry, ACTs Retreats, St. Anthony School, St. Anne’s Society, and St. Gianna’s Hope. These ministries are grateful for the support they receive to continue serving in our community.

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