APRIL 19 BULLETIN

Bulletin for Divine Mercy Sunday. This week we report on how the solar panels we installed on our roof are saving us on our utility bills and reducing our carbon footprint.  In addition, Fr. Bart writes about Divine Mercy Sunday and the new indulgences and guidelines from the Apostolic Penitentiary that make it possible for people to gain the graces of this feast while staying Safer-at-Home.

DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY DURING THE PANDEMIC

The essential celebration of Divine Mercy Sunday consists in the celebration of the liturgy of the Second Sunday of Easter, during which the homily should focus on the scriptural readings of the day.  It should be noted that the three cycles of scriptural readings and liturgical prayers are all centered on the forgiveness of sins and God’s infinite mercy, which …

Online Retreat: Heart of Our Faith Retreat

Join us from home for an online retreat that provides 15 minute reflections, on five consecutive nights, that will deepen your experience of Easter and help you prepare for Divine Mercy Sunday on April 19.

ST THOMAS AQUINAS AND DIOCESE OF MADISON RESPONSE TO COVID-19

Update, Friday, April 24, 11AM: Masses will now be livestreamed on YouTube as well as Facebook. In addition, we will livestream our Holy Hours on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 9 to 10 AM on Facebook. This Monday at 10AM, Director of Discipleship and Development Holly Irving will share some of her devotional practice with us on Facebook at facebook.com/Stamadison, …