As Catholic Christians, we are guided by the teachings of Jesus Christ and his Church in all we do, including our voting. Catholics are called to participate thoughtfully in political life by forming our consciences, educating ourselves on the issues and Catholic teaching, and then voting based on our formed, educated consciences.
Bulletin for the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time. A major election is coming up on November 3. As Catholic Christians we are called to form our consciences, study the issues and candidates, and bring our faith to bear on our choices at the ballot box. This week’s bulletin includes a compact guide from the U.S.C.C.B. to the Church’s teaching on major issues. We also prepare for the start of Respect Life Month in October and report on Catholic Charities Adult Day Center, one of our parish outreach recipients.
All of us at St. Thomas Aquinas are committed to making the Sacraments of the Church available as widely as possible while keeping everyone who enters our doors healthy. If you are trying to decide whether it is safe for you to return to Mass, here is a list of what we are doing to protect our members, volunteers, visitors, staff, and clergy.
We invite you to join us for Sunday Mass in English at 8:00 AM by live-stream . Here are some aids to help you follow along with the Mass. We pray that all who participate in our live-streams will meet Jesus and find Him as a living presence in our midst.
Bulletin for the 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Fr. Bart will be at the Presbyteral Assembly this week, but we will still have weekday Masses. Also, if you missed getting a copy of the Annual Report last week, you can view it at Annual Financial Report 2019-2020 or you can pick up a copy at the parish office.
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