Bulletin for the Most Holy Trinity 5.30.21 construction and COVID updates are available in the bulletin this week. Change is happening everywhere you look.
Bulletin for Pentecost. We announce some changes to our COVID-19 Mass protocols and to our monthly Food Collection Sunday.
Bulletin for the Ascension of the Lord. Greg offers a preview of this summer’s construction in the kitchen and social hall, we give you directions for making an origami dove to prepare for Pentecost, and Lorianne Aubut shares a special announcement with the parish.
Bulletin for 6th Sunday of Easter. We introduce Brian Franzen, our new Director of Maintenance, and preview the changes that are coming to the parish kitchen and social hall this summer.
Bulletin for the 5th Sunday of Easter. Things are not “back to normal” yet, but change is coming. Check the bulletin for opportunities to help with hospitality, greeting, livestreaming, gardening, and forming a men’s group. Also, our crib fill is running through May 9, and we have a list of useful things for new mothers and their babies.
Bulletin for the 4th Sunday of Easter. This week we say goodbye to Ismael Covarrubias who is retiring after 26 years of service to our parish.
Bulletin for 3rd Sunday of Easter. Check out the cover to see the work of one winner of our coloring contest. Also, it’s time for our annual Mother’s Day Crib Fill.
Bulletin for Divine Mercy Sunday 2021. Deacon Jerome reflects on what we have in common with the Apostle Thomas, and Fr. Bart writes about the Divine Mercy devotion. Also news about the retirement of our maintenance director and registration for Totus Tuus Summer Scripture Camp.
Bulletin for Easter Sunday. The Lord has risen! Alleluia! As members of the body of Christ, Jesus’s resurrection touches our lives today! Let us embrace the Savior who brings new life from death. Alleluia!
Bulletin for Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion. Deacon Jerome reflects on how our own acts mirror the contrasts of Passion Sunday and all of Holy Week. Plus, check out our Coloring Contest for children ages 5-11.
Bulletin for the 5th Sunday of Lent. We feature suggestions to make Holy Week and Easter special.
Bulletin for the 4th Sunday of Lent. Deacon Jerome reflects on this Sunday of contrasts: Rejoice! God loves us! Beware! We can still choose darkness instead of light! Fr. Bart describes the things we will do differently this year during Holy Week due to the pandemic. And we offer some suggestions to help you pray.
Bulletin for the 3rd Sunday of Lent. Check out our Holy Week and Easter schedule. It is not too early to make your Mass attendance plans.
Bulletin for the 2nd Sunday of Lent. Fr. Bart reflects on reconciliation, both in the sense of God and His people being brought together and as offered through Confession. We also announce an new online scripture study of the Gospel of Matthew starting April 8.
Bulletin for the 1st Sunday of Lent. Fr. Bart reminds us of the value of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving for helping us grow in holiness. Deacon Jerome connects Baptism and Reconciliation. The Justice and Peace Ministry offers two book studies for Lent.
Bulletin for the Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Fr. Bart asks you to consider what you will do this Lent to help deepen your relationship with Our Lord Jesus Christ, and we provide a link to a website with activities your whole family can share. Then Deacon Jerome makes a surprising connection between Valentine’s Day and the sacrament of reconciliation.
Bulletin for the 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Fr. Bart explains how Ash Wednesday will look different this year and highlights African-American Catholics and African Catholics in the United States as we start Black History month.
Bulletin for the 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Fr. Bart talks about Catholic Schools Week, St. Blaise, and planning for Lent. We also announce the Recycle the Warmth Blanket Drive, which the parish will hold Feb. 6-7.
Bulletin for Memorial of St. Thomas Aquinas. Fr. Bart talks about our patron, St. Thomas Aquinas; and Greg Buchberger describes current work on our heating and cooling system that will make everyone a lot more comfortable and save on our energy use.
Bulletin for 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time. We are starting Ordinary Time, but even ordinary time can be extraordinary! This is when we practice being aware of God’s presence with us in our kitchens, in our workplaces, and even in our suffering.
Bulletin for the Baptism of the Lord. Fr. Bart and Deacon Jerome reflect on baptisms and new beginnings, while Greg shares more details on this summer’s construction work in the social hall and parish kitchen.
Bulletin for Mary Mother of God and Epiphany. We report on our successful (168 boxes filled!) Christmas Basket food collection, and Greg Buchberger introduces Phase II of our project to make the building work for the kinds of events and activities we need to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Bulletin for Christmas and Holy Family. Merry Christmas from Fr. Bart and the St. Thomas Aquinas staff! Most of the week may be “blursday,” but Sundays don’t have to be. This week we share some suggestions for ways to Make Sundays Special!
Bulletin for the 4th Sunday of Advent. Fr. Bart talks about how we plan to help our sister parish in Waspam, Nicaragua, recover from the two recent hurricanes and encourages everyone who wants to attend Christmas Mass in person to RSVP at https://stthomasaquinas16.flocknote.com/signup/26482.
Bulletin for the Third Sunday of Advent. It’s Gaudete Sunday when we light the rose-colored candle on the Advent wreath! This week we also published a report on the work our parish conference of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul has done in the past year and how your #GivingTuesday donations will help.