St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church
We, the parish family of St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church, proclaim our belief in the message and mission of Jesus Christ. We are committed to sharing our time, talent and treasure through worship, spiritual formation and outreach.
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Letter from Father Jantz
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
As we begin our Stewardship Month, I’d like to take the opportunity to reflect a bit on some of the things that go into being good stewards of our time, talent, and treasure. To start out this series, I’d like to talk about a character quality that connects each person I’ve known who’s a good steward.
Inside every generous person is a humble heart. Humility means that we recognize how little we are in the God’s great plan—and yet how richly he has blessed us in our littleness. We don’t pretend that what we have comes from our own greatness. Instead, we recognize everything we have and everything we are as being a gift from him. When we see ourselves this way, we learn to act like the good servant in this weekend’s Gospel: we’re willing to get over ourselves and look first to other people’s needs.
For this week, I’d suggest a prayer to help us grow in humility, so that each of us can grow in the gift of stewardship in our own small ways. I’ll be praying it each day this week, and I ask you to join me in lifting up this intention to God.
Heavenly Father, thank you for your goodness, by which I have received so much more than I deserve. I thank you especially for the people in my life through whom you have blessed me abundantly, despite my smallness and weakness. Calling to mind these great gifts, I ask you to deepen my humility, so that I may be an effective instrument of your blessing for other people, through good stewardship of all that I have received from you. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
Through the intercession of Our Lady of Humility and our patron St. Thomas, let’s start this month off right.
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Clases de RCIA Para Adultos 9/13
La Parroquia de Santo Tomás comenzará las sesiones el domingo 13 de septiembre para aquellos que estén interesados en recibir sacramentos de iniciación. El proceso se llama el rito de la iniciación cristiana. Este proceso de la RCIA es para personas que no han sido bautizadas, personas que han sido bautizadas en otra tradición cristiana que desean convertirse en católicas, y católicos adultos que han sido bautizados, pero que no han sido confirmados. La RCIA será la única sesión presencia en persona que se ofrece en Santo Tomás este primer semestre. Las sesiones serán los domingos de 9:30 AM a 10:45 AM. Las sesiones en inglés se reunirán en el Salón Parroquial, y las sesiones en español se reunirán en la Sala de San José. Debido a la necesidad de distanciamiento social, las únicas personas que podrán asistir a estas sesiones serán los candidatos, sus cónyuges y sus padrinos.