Saturday: 8am daily Mass, 5:15pm Vigil
Sunday: 8:30am, 10:00am, 11:45am, 6:00pm
Symbolon II Coming Soon!
Symbolon aims at transforming Catholics on all levels—how we think, how we pray, and how we live—by immersing us in the richness of the Catholic Faith. Symbolon is comprised of beautiful and engaging state-of-the-art video presentations filmed in different locations including Rome, the Holy Land and Calcutta. In the 10 session series, a variety of teachers will take you through the entire story of the Catholic faith to answer questions like, “Who was Jesus? Why did He start the Church? How can I get the most out of reading the Bible? Why do I have to go to confession? Why must Catholics care for the poor?” And much more! Please note new class meeting day - Thursdays for 10 weeks beginning September 15 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Social Hall. Cost is $20 for materials.
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Priestly Ordination 2016
On June 4, four men were ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Gregory Parkes: Father Paul Moody, Father Dustin Feddon, Father Thomas Kennell and Father Michael Hartley. To see more pictures from the ordination, click here.
Fr. John's 20th Anniversary Photos
Fr. John's 20th Anniversary of his priestly ordination was Tuesday May 17. Click here to view a slideshow of photos taken at Fr. John's Surprise 20th Anniversary Celebration. To view photos on shutterfly, click here.
Photos courtesy of Ann Ford Tyson.
Now you can make a donation using our new Giving Kiosk located on the parking lot side of the church. Use the kiosk for Tithing, Diocesan Collections, and/or Your CSA Pledge.
SecureGive also offers online, mobile and text-to-give options. We are excited to offer these convenient ways to give! See inside cover for details.
New Parish App!
Our new Co-Cathedral of St. Thomas More app is now available to download for iPhone and Android smart phones. Stay connected with our parish throughout the week with instant notifications, an easy-to-access event calendar, and the ability to quickly reply to or share messages via Facebook or Twitter. Also enjoy a bunch of additional features like prayers, daily readings, helpful reminders to silence your phone before Mass or Confession, and much more. To download text App to 88202 to download or visit myparishapp.com.
Reporting Sexual Abuse
Victims of sexual abuse should contact Diocesan Victims Assistance Coordinator Dr. James Gagnon at 877-0205. To report a case of sexual abuse, please call the 24-hour Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-962-2873.
These recent wet summer afternoons and early evenings have been difficult for me to go out for good bike ride or energetic walk. I don’t mind the rain so much as I fear a lightening bolt hitting me in the kneecap. However, with our new grass laid out on the front lawn the rain is a welcome sight. Let's hope it takes root and keeps green and growing. Grass is a curious thing. We want it green, thick and plentiful, but for aesthetic reasons we keep cutting it down and yet it's determined to keep coming back. If grass had any consciousness what would it tell us? "Stop mowing me down or I'm gonna stop growing!"? It's in its nature to bounce back and be more determined. Such is our human nature. We will not be out done by evil.
These past couple of months we have witnessed some horrible acts of violence. Modern media has placed within our living rooms the vices of humanity. It comes with little warning and quickly as it's playing out. We can only sit back feeling helpless and struck by it's barbaric nature. Turning the channel seems to be a habit for many of us. As people of Faith and conscience we know better. Yet it's hard not to give into judgement on the various cases presented. In the least we are called to be peace makers. "Blessed are the peace makers for they shall be called children of God." Mt.5:9. Each of us has within our circle of influence an ability to sow a seed of peace with our words, actions and mood. So, let’s be the peace makers God has called us to be. Not in some distant country or city, but here in our own city of Tallahassee and house holds.
Peace and Good Will,
The Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee
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