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St. Thomas The Apostle Roman Catholic Church

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M, T, W 8am
Th, F 8am Communion Service
Saturday: 5pm, 6:30pm (Spanish)
Sunday: 7am, 9am,11am, 5pm
Confession:1st, 3rd and 4th Sat. of the month at 9am
Anointing of the sick: 2nd Sat at 4pm

Holiday Mass Schedule

Christmas Eve: 5pm, 7pm (Spanish), 9pm

Christmas Day: 8am, 10am

New Year's Eve: 5pm

New Year's Day: 10am

Office Hours

M-Th 8:00 am-4:00 pm
F 7:30 am-3:00 pm

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Fr. Joe's Funeral Mass is Friday, December 15, 2017 10:30am

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Vatican communications department will soon unveil new website

Vatican City, Dec 13, 2017 / 11:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis and his Council of Cardinals met this week to continue discussions on reform of the Roman Curia and unveiled a new communications system for the Secretariat for Communications.

Taking place at the Vatican Dec. 11-13, all members were present for the meetings, apart from Cardinal George Pell. Pope Francis was present except for Wednesday morning during the general audience, as is ordinary.

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Pope Francis: Think 'being good' is enough? It’s not. Go to Mass

Vatican City, Dec 13, 2017 / 03:20 am (CNA/EWTN News).- According to Pope Francis, a Christian can’t just be a good person and skip Mass on Sundays, because it is the Eucharist that provides the nourishment needed to truly live the Gospel well in our daily lives.

“How can we respond to those who say that there is no need to go to Mass, not even on Sundays, because what is important is to live well, to love our neighbors?” the Pope said Dec. 13.

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Pope: 'La Guadalupana' shows that everyone has a place in the Church

Vatican City, Dec 12, 2017 / 11:28 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis marked the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe Tuesday saying the "mestizo" Virgin is a concrete sign that the Church is for everyone, especially the poor and marginalized.

Noting how Juan Diego, when Mary first appeared to him, had said that he was no one and wasn't worthy, the Pope said this sentiment can often be felt today in Latin America's indigenous and Afro-American communities, “which, in many cases, are not treated with dignity and equality of conditions.”

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