Daily Mass Schedule
Please note that there will be no 5:15pm daily Mass August 4th-22nd while FSU is out of session. We will only have one daily Mass at 7:00am on those days.
The Rite of Confirmation is a sacrament that continues the welcome and belonging that began with Baptism and has continued with Eucharist. Confirmation deepens our relationship with God and strengthens us to live lives of faith and mission. We invite baptized Catholics seeking to be confirmed in the faith to attend classes starting on September 11, 2014 at 7:00 PM in the Social Hall. If you have any questions, please call the parish office at 222-9630 or email email@example.com.
St. Thomas More is currently accepting applications for a full-time Office Assistant.
Responsibilities include managing the parish website and editing the bulletin. Prior office experience required. Interested applicants can download an application below. Please email your completed application and resume to Dasha Nixon: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did you hear that?
If you lived where I live that is a common question. The fire trucks, ambulances, police cruisers and all first responders make their way down Tennessee St. and make their presence known as they rush to the scene. I pray every time that happens, hoping they can be a consoling presence wherever they may go. What are they responding to? Is it as simple as a fire alarm going off by accident because someone burned the toast or is it more urgent - a car wreck that has blood on the scene?
The loud noises of first responders can often pull us away from our daily duties and make us think of something else on the other side of town. Sometimes it does take a loud noise to move us in another direction or think differently. I wonder if God places things in our way, such as alarms, to make us think of deeper or more significant matters; like our family, our son or daughter, our spouse or even our friends. Have we paid enough attention to them lately or have we been caught up in the daily grind and forgotten to tell them how much we love them or appreciate them? Perhaps we've all been guilty at some point.
Every week Jesus comes to us and tells us this in the Eucharist. Loving someone means being invested in the relationship. The author of all life wants to share more of his life with us. I look forward to seeing all of you soon. We have now returned to our regular weekend mass schedule: Sat 8am & 5:15pm Vigil, Sunday 8:30am, 10am, 11:45am and 6pm.
Did you hear that? It’s the church bells ringing. See you soon.
Love you all,