Saint Anthony Catholic Church and School
Mass Times
Mon.- Sat. 8:30a.m.
Saturday Vigil
Sat. 4:00 p.m.
Sat. 6:00 p.m. (Spanish)

8:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
12:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
Sat. 3:00 p.m.
and before weekday Masses
First Friday Holy Hour
Immediately following
8:30 am Mass
First Friday of
every month
PDS Connects
PDS Concects allow you to access our secure Data Base Server and
  • Access your registration information in our parish database.
  • Check your contribution status.
  • Update your parish registration information.
Important Note:
If you have never logged into the system you must first click on in the new window that opens where it says: "Need a login? Click here" It will not recognize you until you do. Use the first and last name that is on your parish envelope.
Parish Forms

Parish Registration Forms

 Adult Registration Form - Children's Registration Form

Often people attend Mass at a parish for months or sometimes years, but never officially register. Registering at Saint Anthony is the foremost expression of your commitment to being part of our parish family. Being a registered parishioner also makes the process much simpler when it's time for receiving sacraments, registering for faith formation, sponsoring a sacrament recipient and even planning funerals. A registered parishioner also receives all parish mailings.

Church law no longer limits parish registration within particular boundaries. We welcome any individual or family who wants to be part of our parish community.

Make your commitment to Saint Anthony parish family by registering. Remember, with commitment comes responsibility. Once registered, we hope you will consider the many opportunities to get involved in parish life. We encourage you to seek out those ministries, organizations and/or faith formation programs where you can serve God by giving your time, talent and treasure as we grow together in our faith.

R.C.I.A. - Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults

Registration Form for Adults

Registration Form for Children age 8 - 17

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, which is better known as RCIA, is a process designed for three different groups of people: (1) adults who are not baptized and would like to join the Catholic Church, (2) adults who were baptized as children into the Catholic faith, but who have not completed their initiation in the Church because they have not celebrated their First Holy Communion and/or Sacrament of Confirmation, and (3) adults who have been validly baptized in another Christian denomination and who now want to be received in the Catholic Church.

The Catholic Church welcomes people of all faiths and backgrounds into the RCIA process. Different parishes organize this process in slightly different ways. Here at St. Anthony, the class members meet with our pastor and members of our parish on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 p.m.  Those who decide after careful discernment that they do, in fact, wish to become Catholic will be formally brought into the Church at the Easter Vigil (the night before Easter Sunday). To be considered a "fully initiated" Catholic, a person needs to have been baptized, to have made his or her First Communion in the Catholic Church, and to have celebrated the Sacrament of Confirmation. Each of these Sacraments of Initiation is celebrated at the Easter Vigil.


Click the Table Project link to enter into Saint Anthony Social Network Site

We are a
Catholic Community
located on the
North side of
Lakeland, Florida.

In the words of Pope Benedict XVI who says, "the Holy Spirit rebuilds the bridge of true communication between heaven and earth," we at St. Anthony Catholic Church are here to help each other cross that bridge. We are a missionary church, Catholic in nature, called to be missionaries to the world and one another.

The Second Vatican Council clearly states that people are the church. More so than any building, program, or even teaching, the church witnesses the presence of Christ to the world through its people. Saint Anthony Catholic Church is abundantly blessed in this regard.

Three ways to donate to Saint Anthony Catholic Church Set up an account through our Vanco Online Giving click here. Donate through PayPal or Google Donations. Thank you for your continued support. Your online donation supports the Ministries of Saint Anthony Catholic Church and School. You can designate your donation through our Vanco Services. Donations through Paypal help keep our Online Web Cam active and supports the education of children at St. Anthony Catholic School.
Site Mailing List 

Saint Anthony Catholic Church
820 Marcum Road | Lakeland, Florida 33809 | PH: 863.858.8047