ADMINISTRATION: Stewards of His Love

October 2017

Buy tickets here for the 125th Anniversary Dinner Dance!

Buy your tickets using this link!

Don't miss this great celebration! The Dinner Dance will be held on Saturday, November 4, 2017, from 6:00 to 10:00 PM, in the great Room of the Pryzbyla Center at the Catholic University of America. Our celebration of St. Anthony of Padua Parish’s quasquicentennial will begin with a cocktail hour with a full, cash bar, followed by dinner, a special guest speaker and dancing, music for all provided by The Old School Singers and dee jay, Dave Merriweather. Individual tickets are $60. Tables, which seat eight guests, are $450. Plan now to be part of this great celebration of our patron saint, our parish and our neighborhood. Call Deacon John Feeley (202 526 8754, email: johnjfeeleyjr@aol.com) or the parish office with any questions.

For more details on our anniversary celebration, check the 125th Anniversary page for updates!

November 2017

Scouting for Food Collection, Nov. 11

On Saturday, November 4 and Saturday, November 11 - Pack & Troop 98 will be participating in the Scouting for Food service project, collecting food from the community - putting bags out on Saturday, November 4, and returning to collect those bags on Saturday, November 11.
 
As we did last year, half all food collected by Pack & Troop 98 scouts will be donated to our own St. Anthony's Bread/St. Vincent de Paul Emergency Food Pantry -- which was over 1,800 pounds of food! -- and half will go to the Capital Area Food Bank to serve the large community.
 
On Saturday, November 11 from 9 am to about 1 PM, our plan is to collect the donations in the St. Anthony Parking Lot.

Thanks to all! -Pack & Troop 98

December 2017

Congratulations Michael Thomasian! Distinguished Principal of the Year

The Archdiocese of Washington has named Michael Thomasian as Distinguished Principal of the Year for 2017. Thomasian is the principal of St. Anthony Catholic School in Washington. The Distinguished Principal recognition is given annually by the archdiocese to the principal who demonstrates accomplishment in six categories: balancing management and leadership roles; setting high expectations and standards; stressing content and instruction that ensures student achievement; creating a culture of professional development for teachers; using multiple tools to apply and assess instructional improvements; and actively engaging the school community.

Thomasian accepted the honor from Dr. Jem Sullivan, secretary for Catholic education for the archdiocese, during a special surprise assembly held this morning at the school located in northeast Washington. A Boston native, Thomasian began his career at St. Anthony Catholic School in 2000 after graduating from Assumption College with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and education. He taught both elementary and middle school classes before serving as the assistant principal, prior to becoming principal. Thomasian holds master’s degrees from Trinity University (Teaching) and the University of Notre Dame (Educational Leadership). He is a parishioner at St. Anthony’s Church, and resides nearby in the Brookland neighborhood with his wife and four children.

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