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Services in Yellowstone National Park
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Baptism, Reconciliation, Marriage, Anointing of the Sick
Liturgical, Outreach, Prayer, Service, and Social Ministries
Religious Education Programs for Grades K-12
Religious Education Programs for Adults
Resources on the Web
Contact Information
Christ with child; Children's Liturgy; Faith Cross; First Communicants; Parish Youth;
Religious Education for Youth


The Religious Education Program of St. Anthony's Parish is dynamic and growing. We have weekly Religious Education classes for Kindergarten through High School on Wednesdays from the end of September (September 30, 2015) through late April. Kindergarten through 5th grade is from 4:00 ‒ 5:15 PM. Middle School and High School is from 6:30 ‒ 8:00 PM.

Registration will begin in September. Registration forms and schedules will be available at that time. You may register after the weekend Masses or take a registration form home with you to fill out.

I urge everyone to take and read the weekly Parish Bulletins since this is our best means of communicating information. Proper use of the bulletin will greatly reduce letter writing, postage, phone calls, and missed information.

Deacon Rick Moser
Director of Religious Education
Tel. (CCD Center) 307-587-2567
Tel. (Evenings) 307-899-3251


St. Anthony's has a comprehensive Youth Program. This program includes kindergarten through high school. Our program includes catechesis, socialization, and service, both to the parish and to the community. We will have Eucharistic retreats, vocation retreats, chastity retreats and will attend diocesan youth functions. Our program is predicated on the idea that we will have total family involvement in all aspects of the program and not just in catechesis.


God is present where two or more are gathered in His name. Service and social ministries offer opportunities for parishioners to build relationships with God and others in fun, family-like, and faith-filled ways.

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