Celebrating 40 Years of Faith

This year, San Antonio Church will be celebrating 40 years of Faith and commemorating this milestone with a new “Parish Family Photo Album Directory”. Here is a sneak peak at the directory. If you missed out on having your family portrait taken but would still like a directory, they are available for purchase in the Parish Office.

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Thank you to all who have participated in the 40th Anniversary Photo Directory. With questions please call the Parish Office, ext 105

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News and Upcoming Events: 40th Anniversary Celebration

Parish Family Directory: It's Here!

The 40th Anniversary Photo Directory is HERE! The 40th Anniversary Photo Directories are still available in the Parish Office Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 12:00 noon & 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm. If you had your family picture taken, the directory is included with your portrait for FREE. If you missed out on having Read more about Parish Family Directory: It’s Here![…]Read More »

Then & Now: Scally/Carden Family

My previous husband and our two sons moved here from Chicago in 1984. Our residence was sort of between St. Norbert’s and San Antonio so we checked out St. Norbert’s first and the next Sunday we attended San Antonio. I was immediately taken with the blue carpeting which was the exact color of the carpeting Read more about Then & Now: Scally/Carden Family[…]Read More »

Then & Now: Meng Family

My husband Kevin and I married in 1992, bought a home here in Anaheim and joined San Antonio Church in 1993. We immediately felt welcomed here due to the warm and friendly atmosphere. Our daughter Lindsey (now 24) and Son Brett (now 22) we’re both baptized by Deacon Doug in the 90’s and our daughter Read more about Then & Now: Meng Family[…]Read More »

Then & Now: Gamble Family

Dolores and I first met Fr. Seamus at St. Cornelius Church. He had just been assigned to that parish. We enjoyed his homily, and after church we met and shook hands. We lived in Bellflower at the time. We then moved to Anaheim in 1974. At that time, San Antonio Church was just a vacant Read more about Then & Now: Gamble Family[…]Read More »

Then & Now: Del Mazzio Family

One of the favorite adages my Grandma used was, “Bloom where You Are Planted”. In 1982 my husband Don and I found ourselves, alone with our five young children, “transplanted” in Anaheim Hills – all the way from Connecticut, via an 18 month stint in Ohio. While staying at a local hotel, waiting for our Read more about Then & Now: Del Mazzio Family[…]Read More »

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