From Fr. Joseph,

I extend appreciation to our parishioners and friends who welcomed me to their homes for annual home blessing. May God bless you, your family and your home.


Solemnity of the Epiphany in our Slavic tradition it means the beginning of our home blessing visitations.
As a parish dedicated to Slavic spirituality, we do not reserve our beautiful custom only to people of Polish background, rather we offer them to all our parishioners and friends as a way to enhance their celebration of the Holy Season. If you are interested please fill up the invitation form and return it to the rectory or put with your collection. You may also call the parish office to set up an appointment at 201-653-0343.


with Rev. Fr. John A. Perricone

The Roots of the Church’s Crisis / An analysis of Pius X’s

Class Schedule
January 22 * February 5, 19 * March 5, 19 * April 2, 16, 30 * May 14 * June 4, 18
Classes are held from 7:00pm to 9:00pm
in the corner Hall (Enter on 6th St)
St. Anthony’s Church Monmouth St, between 6th & 7th
For more information, contact Steve Elman at 201-793-7815.


Just added!
Click here to view photos from the 2017 Christmas Eve Latin Mass at St. Anthony of Padua.


Courtesy of John Delacruz Photography.


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Mass Schedule

Saint Anthony of Padua Catholic Church offers our Lord's Mass in English, Polish and Latin.
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Our History

Saint Anthony of Padua was established in 1894 and is New Jersey's oldest Polish Parish. 
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Our Pastor

Saint Anthony's pastor, Very Reverend Canon Joseph Urban has served our parish since 2001.
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