Praised be Jesus Christ!

Welcome to St. Thomas More Parish. As a Catholic Parish we are centered on the Eucharist through the celebration of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. This is the center of all Parish life. We are committed to conversion and penance through the Sacrament of Confession and always striving to be faithful to the ever-ancient, ever-new teaching of the Catholic faith, the same faith passed on by the Apostles and Fathers of the Church. Being faithful to those mysteries requires us to assist the poor and afflicted as best we can; recognizing in our brothers and sisters the Presence of Christ and attending to him in His distress. We strive to take ever more seriously the missionary nature of the Church and to make Christ know in the fullness of the means of salvation which He has deposited in His Church.

We are all sinners, therefore, we welcome all those who are authentically seeking God and wish for their lives to be more committed to the Truth that is Jesus Christ and are more and more deeply committed to living a life of conversion and the peace that flows from it. We are a parish committed to the Truth of the Catholic faith and seek to become more integrated in the moral life of the Church. We look forward to seeing you here at St. Thomas More, as we encounter Christ, the Bridegroom of the Church and the Fount of Divine Mercy!

May God reward you!

Father Kozak


Announcements

FORMED – In an age when life itself seems disposable, how can we follow God’s call to protect and promote the dignity of the human person in all places and circumstances? This week’s FORMED Feature is from the Augustine Institute Original Series, Symbolon: Living the Faith. To better understand the Church’s teachings on human rights, join us in watching the episode Catholic Social Teaching – Protecting the Dignity of the Human Person.

New Confession Schedule – As of January 23rd, Confessions will be heard Thursday night from 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM, Saturday at 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM, 4:30 PM, and before every Mass, Sunday and Daily. Come and lay your burdens at the feet of Christ who desires to forgive you in this great Sacrament! This will be our schedule moving forward.