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Scripture Spotlight Ep. 7

Marcus Peters: Beyond the Veil

Our Parishioners’ Testimonials

Love the Mass here. Even the choir here makes Mass a more solemn and profound experience. The welcoming committee always there with a smile. Thank you for making Mass a beautiful and blessed experience for us.

Beautiful church, beautiful presence of God and the Holy Spirit.

Great priests, marvelous liturgies, and a welcoming congregation. I love walking through the doors of this beautiful church. There’s a unique sense of peace in this space that leaves me a little more hopeful every time.

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Mass Times

Mass Times

We are open! Please Join us for Mass and come worship with us. "If we really understood the Mass, we would die of joy." - St. John Vianney

Bulletin

Bulletin

Keep up to date with our Parish news through our bulletin. Find out all of our crucial information when you need it. Our bulletin is updated every week.

Announcing the New Online Giving Portal at St. Thomas

Announcing the New Online Giving Portal at St. Thomas

As we strive to continue to meet the needs of the parish and school, we want to make it as easy as possible for parishioners to continue to support the work of the Lord.

Year of the Bible

Year of the Bible

Join a Bible Study at St. Thomas! The Bishop has announced that this year is the Year of the Bible. You can take this opportunity to grow in faith and connect to the parish community by joining a St. Thomas Bible study.

Need Prayer?

No matter what happens, stay on the grid. Connect to the St. Thomas POWERLINE Prayer Chain––More than 30 people are waiting to intercede for your needs.

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Adore the Holy Eucharist

“Gaze upon him, consider him, contemplate him, as you desire to imitate him.” — St. Clare of Assisi

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