St. Anthony of Padua Parish in Lorain, Ohio is a Roman Catholic parish in the Diocese of Cleveland and has been witnessing to the Gospel of Jesus Christ on the East Side of Lorain since 1923. We are a vibrant parish of about 550 households, and have an active school with Preschool through Eighth Grade as well as a Parish School of Religion for public school students. From the very beginning St. Anthony Parish was served by the Conventual Franciscan Friars, and is named for one of the most famous Franciscan saints. St. Anthony’s became a Diocesan Parish on July 1, 2010.
Please look over the many opportunities we offer and get involved in those things that interest you.
If you have any questions about St. Anthony Parish and its many activities, or to become a registered member of the parish, please call the parish office at 288-0106.
Pierogi Production days will be every Tuesday from January 10th to April 4th. All are welcome to come and help out whenever possible. Morning production begins at 8 am and evening productions begins at 6 pm. If your child is a student at St. Anthony, please check the pierogi schedule for your designated pinch day!PIEROGI PRODUCTION SCHEDULE
Jr. High and High School students meet one Sunday a month. Meetings are held in the “Youth Room” in the parish office. All students are welcome to join, as we explore our Catholic Faith in a unique way, often with a fun or crazy activity. “Youth Nights” are a great way to draw closer to God, in a relaxed environment, while meeting other youth. Refreshments will be served. Hope to see you there!