New Summer Mass Schedule
Summer time is a time where our schedules often change, whether it’s for our work, school or recreation. Due to the flux in our schedules, we’ve noticed in the past how depleted our summer Sunday morning Masses have become.
In an effort to create a fuller and more vibrant Mass attendance the weekend Mass schedule has changed slightly for JUNE and JULY ONLY. The 8:30am and 10:00am Sunday Masses will be combined at 9:30am. The new schedule will be in effect starting June 5th and ending July 31th.
MASS SCHEDULE (JUNE & JULY)
Monday-Friday: 7:00am, 5:15pm
Saturday: 8:00am daily Mass
Sunday: 9:30am, 11:45am, 6:00pm
5/28 The Ascension of the Lord will be celebrated this Sunday May 28.
6/3 Due to the Priestly Ordinations in Pensacola on Saturday, June 3, there will be no 8 AM daily Mass or Confessions at noon and 4 PM at the Co-Cathedral of St. Thomas More.
Holy Thursday Photos courtesy of Ann Ford Tyson, click here.
Good Friday Photos courtesy of Ann Ford Tyson, click here.
Easter Vigil Photos courtesy of Ann Ford Tyson, click here.
Palm Sunday Photos courtesy of Ann Ford Tyson, click here.
The Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee
"The Church Fully Alive"
St. Thomas More Co-Cathedral plays a part in the Diocesan function of Teaching, Serving and Worshiping. Your help is greatly needed to assist us in this vital task of the Church. Every registered parishioner will be receiving a CSA pledge/commitment card this week and we ask you to please pray and make your annual commitment. Thank you!
To view 2017 Confirmation Photos courtesy of Ann Ford Tyson, click here.
Red Mass Photos courtesy of Ann Ford Tyson, click here.
Rite of Election
Click here to see photos of the Rite of Election Mass on March 11, 2017. Photos courtesy of Ann Ford Tyson.
Marriage Jubilee Mass
See photos of the 2017 Marriage Jubilee Mass here. Photos by Ann Ford Tyson.
50th Anniversary Photo Request
One of God's great gifts to us are memories. Sometimes we live on them and savor them. We here at St. Thomas More would love to savor the memories with you. As we celebrate our 50th Anniversary this year we are trying to gather some of your greatest memories in pictures. If you have any pictures you would like to share with STM, please send them to us via email. The older the better. We can't guarantee that they will all be used, but we'll certainly try. The older the pictures the better. If you would like us to scan them here at the office we can do that for you.
Please send them via email to the care of Michael Alderman at email@example.com
“Resurexit Sicut Dixit”
“The angel said to the women, “Do not be afraid, for I know that you are looking for Jesus, who was crucified. He is not here; he has risen, just as he said.”Matthew 28:5-6
The angel spoke Latin to Mary Magdalene. Or maybe it was English. Ok...ok…more than likely it was Aramaic, which was the common language of the time and the language we believed Jesus spoke. But no matter what language it was, it was clear that Jesus promised he would rise. Somehow that message had a hard time sinking in with those he was closest to. Even today, the message of life and resurrection can be hard to believe when so much of our news is saturated with death and its finality. As Christians, we can’t give up on the promised message of life and life to the full, as Jesus desires it for us. As we make our way through life, let’s keep that hope alive in our conversations and mannerisms. Even when we feel that that fullness of life is not where we’re at right now. Let’s hope an angel is there to remind us that God has conquered death and asks us to relate that message to others.