St. Anthony Spring Tea

2024 St Anthony Spring Tea Luncheon

With all the charm of an elegant high tea, we at St Anthony’s Spring Tea are pleased to offer our delicious five-course selection of scones, soups, classic tea sandwiches, a hot course, pots of coffee and tea, with an array of delicate miniature desserts.

Hat or no hat . . . there aren’t rules about what to wear, the sky’s the limit! Go for a big, floppy hat, a small, artsy fascinator, a fedora, an elegant hat that matches your outfit, or just come as you are. We love to see the fun and different expressions of our guests, but we do have a special prize for the hat that surprises and captures our attention.

Raffle drawings, and more.

Date: May 18, 2024

Time: 12 pm to 2 pm

Cost: $25 per person

Reserve you seats at:

Once you are reserved, send check payable to St Anthony Church

Reserved seating deadline: May 13, 2024

Place: St Anthony Church

Attn: Spring Tea

4315 E 3rd St

Superior, WI 54880

Prepaid reserved seating only.

Stations of the Cross

Each Friday during the Lenten Season at St. Anthony Church 4315 E 3rd St., Superior, Fr. Anthoni will conduct a Lenten experience in the upper church during our Annual Fish Dinners.

1st Friday of Lent Feb. 16thRope
2nd Friday of Lent Feb. 23rdCrown of Thorns
3rd Friday of Lent Mar. 1stCross
4th Friday of Lent Mar. 8thVeronica’s cloth
5th Friday of Lent Mar. 15thNails
6th Friday of Lent Mar. 22ndSpear
Good Friday April 7thSilent veneration of the cross – Last seven words and confession.

Religious Education Registration

Welcome back, families! Registration for the 2023/24 school year is now open for Wednesday Night Religious Education at the Cathedral. This is open to all families at Cathedral, Holy Assumption, St. Anthony in Superior, and St. William.

Classes start on 9/20 

K-6 attend from 5:30-6:30 and 7-11 from 7:00-8:00

Register your child(ren) here:

Registration Form

Please reach out with any questions: for K-6 for 7-11 for Youth Group

Receiving Holy Communion during COVID-19

Beginning Sunday, May 24th, Catholics in our cluster who wish to receive Holy Communion may come to the Cathedral and follow the strict guidelines set forth by Bishop Powers.  These Communion Services will be followed until Bishop is confident that we can have Mass in a way that is both reverent and safe.

Please note: The dispensation given by Bishop Powers from the Sunday obligation to attend Mass is still in effect