Message from San Antonio Catholic Church
Dear San Antonio Parishioners,
Father Leo and the staff continue to pray for you. We all miss our church family. We pray for the sick, caretakers, medical providers and all those impacted by the pandemic.
Many folks are finding the Diocese of Venice website and videos spiritually comforting during these challenging times. Go to www.dioceseofvenice.org for daily Mass with Bishop Dewane, to pray the Rosary with the Bishop, for the latest news and more.
Most of us look at San Antonio Catholic Church as a place to worship, a place to gather for special occasions, a place for fellowship and sharing. What we may not realize is that San Antonio is also a small business. During this uncertain time, without Mass participation, it is imperative that we continue to make our contributions. The monthly expenses of maintaining San Antonio Church go on and must continue to be met. I am suggesting that we continue to make our donation by mailing it to the church on a weekly or monthly basis. There is also a procedure for online giving at
In addition, I would like to ask each of you who may belong to a San Antonio Ministry, or have a spouse or family member affiliated with another ministry, please pass this message on to them.
Address your mail to:
San Antonio Catholic Church
24445 Rampart Blvd
Port Charlotte, FL 33980
During this crisis we must remember we are Parishioners of San Antonio Catholic Church.
Prayers, love and blessings to you.
Father Leo and the San Antonio Staff
Give your burdens to the Lord and he will take care of you. He will not permit the godly to slip and fall. Psalm 55:22
We, the family of God At San Antonio Catholic Church, Welcome all…
To proclaim the Gospel, To celebrate the Eucharist, To share the laughter and the tears.
OUR WELCOME TO YOU
NO MATTER…How old you are or how young
NO MATTER…Your background, or present status
NO MATTER…Your origin or religious background
NO MATTER…How good or bad your actions have been
NO MATTER…If you are married or single, Widowed or divorced, separated or remarried
NO MATTER…If you are rich or poor
NO MATTER…Who or what you are or have been, You are wanted, appreciated and invited…
Saturday Vigil | 3:30PM
Sunday | 9:00AM and 11:00AM
Tuesday - Friday | 8:00AM
HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION
8:00AM and 12:15PM /Check the Bulletin
Saturday at 2:30 PM until all are heard.
By Appointment, call the office
ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICE
February 26, 2020
8:00AM & 12:15PM
Monday - Thursday
8:30AM to 12:00 Noon and
12:30PM to 3:00PM
8:30AM to 12:00 Noon
Office closed on Holy Days
Saturday at 2:30PM until all are heard
And by Appointment, Call the Parish Office
St. Charles Borromeo Catholic School is a place where every child is spiritually and academically nurtured to their fullest potential, creating lifelong learners who value and live our Catholic Faith.