Come Celebrate Holy Week With Us!
Saturday April 13, 2019 – Palm Sunday Mass at 5:00PM
Sunday April 14, 2019 – Palm Sunday Masses at 7:30AM, 9:00AM, 10:30AM and 12:00 Noon
Monday April 15, 2019 – Morning Mass at 7:30AM and 11:30AM
Tuesday April 16, 2019 – Morning Mass at 7:30AM and 11:30AM
Wednesday April 17, 2019 – Morning Mass at 7:30AM and 11:30AM
Thursday April 18, 2019 – Mass of the Lord’s Supper at 7:30PM & Holy Thursday Night Prayer at 11:00PM
Friday April 19, 2019 – Good Friday Morning Prayer at 8:30AM, Celebration of the Lord’s Passion at 3:00PM & Living Stations of the Cross at 7:30PM
Saturday April 20, 2019 – Holy Saturday Morning Prayer at 8:30AM and The Great Easter Vigil at 8:15PM
Sunday April 21, 2019 – Easter Sunday Mass at 7:30AM, 9:00AM, 10:30AM and 12:00 Noon
Holy Week is quiet week
No ministry events are scheduled and all are encouraged to attend Holy Week services.
Summer CCD classes are 8:45am to 12:45pm on July 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th (Weekdays July 1st through July 12 with July 4th and 5th off).
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Christmas Time and Easter Time highlight the central mysteries of the Paschal Mystery, namely, the incarnation, death on the cross, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus Christ, and the descent of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. The Sundays and weeks of Ordinary Time, on the other hand, take us through the life of Christ. This is the time of conversion. This is living the life of Christ.
Ordinary Time is a time for growth and maturation, a time in which the mystery of Christ is called to penetrate ever more deeply into history until all things are finally caught up in Christ. The goal, toward which all of history is directed, is represented by the final Sunday in Ordinary Time, the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe. (1)
Ordinary Time begins after the Christmas season with the feast of the Baptism of Jesus. It continues until the beginning of Lent on Ash Wednesday. Ordinary Time continues after Pentecost which closes the the Easter Season 50 days after Easter Sunday. Ordinary Time ends with the feast of Christ the King, usually in November. The following week begins the new Liturgical Season with the Advent Liturgical Season.
(1) Taken from US Conference of Catholic Bishops website.
Mass at 7:30PM on January 3, 2019.
Come together as a community to pray in support of our country, for our families and friends, and for our needs.
St. Pio said “It would be easier for the world to survive without the sun than to do without Holy Mass.” That is how important it is!
In these challenging times, what better way to seek peace and know God’s purpose and plan than to gather for Holy Mass.
Fr. John Gordon
Coordinator, Office for Evangelization
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The Roman Catholic Faith Community of St. Thomas the Apostle recognizes God’s call to be a sign of His Kingdom in the communities we serve.
We respond to this call by:
- Leading people to a deeper relationship with Christ by providing opportunities for spiritual growth, renewal, education, the celebration of the Sacraments, and the worship of God in the sacred liturgy;
- Encouraging a commitment to justice and to service of those in need;
- Promoting good stewardship of our time, talent and treasure;
- Building a community of hospitality and support in the daily living out of Christian ideals by nourishing mutual respect and understanding within our Church, our families, our community, and other faith traditions.