Dear Parish Family, A few years ago the Catholic Church in the US began what we call, “Fortnight for Freedom.” In the two weeks leading up to Independence Day we pray for religious freedom and tolerance of Catholic beliefs in our nation. In his 2013 Fourth of July homily, Cardinal Wuerl stated, “Today there are… Continue Reading »
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Dear Parish Family, Funny how as soon as one thing gets fixed another thing breaks! So we finally were able to repair the 27th Street steps and fortunately the process was not as involved as first thought. Now, one of the air conditioning compressors in the church has broken and needs to be replaced. Blessedly,… Continue Reading »
Dear Parish Family, As if Pentecost by itself wasn’t an excuse to celebrate! This weekend we will host, on Saturday evening, the first Mass of Father Innocent Smith, OP. There will be a reception afterward in the parish hall. We are so grateful for all Father Innocent has done here at St. Thomas Apostle. He… Continue Reading »
Dear Parish Family, Happy Mother’s Day! God bless all those in our parish family who are mothers, grandmothers and like a mother. Today we give thanks for all of our mothers whether they are still with us in this world or await us in the next. It is important that we pray for them as… Continue Reading »
Beginning on January 27, St. Thomas Apostle Parish will offer a six-part series of talks on The World Which Made St. Philip Neri, exploring the relationship of St. Philip to the religious orders and movements of his time. Each talk will take place at 7 pm in the Parish Library. St Thomas Apostle 2665 Woodley… Continue Reading »