Saint Anthony Parish in the Manchester Diocese, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, is a Community of Roman Catholic Christians who, associated with other parishes and served by pastoral leadership, strive to provide mutual assistance in the Christian way of life, witness, service, worship, and also to promote the Kingdom of God as proclaimed in the Scriptures.
The goal of Saint Anthony of Padua Parish is to make known the mission of the Church in such a way that a spirit of community is developed, fostered and maintained.
Our parish emblem is composed of a circle with people representing the parish community centered in the Eucharist, which is the white circle encompassed by the people. The parish Eucharist community rests on the CHI (X) and the RHO (P) symbolizing Christ. CHI, the four lines emanating from the circle, also represents the four parish committees, while RHO (P), shaped like a shepherd's staff, and symbolizes pastoral leadership.