St. Thomas More Catholic Church

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Saint Thomas More is pleased to offer FORMED to our Parishioners.

FORMED is a wonderful website that has been called a “Catholic Netflix.” It has inspiring movies and video based studies, audio talks and e-books from the Church's most compelling speakers and authors. You are free to watch as much as you want or even download talks to play as audio books.

Our parish has invested in FORMED, so that each of us might grow in our relationship with Jesus Christ and in our desire to share our Faith with others, especially those closest to us. Just click on the graphic below to get started. On the FORMED website all you will need to do is click "Register" and enter your name and email address and you're all set. We hope you enjoy it! 

Mass Times

Weekend Masses:
Saturday (Vigil Mass) - 5:30 p.m.
Sunday - 9:00 a.m.& 11:00 a.m.

Spanish Mass: Sunday - 1:00 p.m.

Weekday Masses:
Monday & Thursday - 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday & Friday - 7:00 a.m.

Reconciliation:
Each Thursday from 5:30 pm to 6:00 pm (Chapel)
Each Saturday from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm (Church)

 

“Stewardship is about knowing the gifts and talents you have been given by God, cultivating them to an increase, and then giving them back to God and His people.” Tracy Earl Welliver

The following video is a brief glimpse into the lives of a few parishioners here at St. Thomas More Church and how they have chosen to PRAY, DO and GIVE!  Thank you to each of them for sharing!

Stewardship in Action | St. Thomas More | Diocese of Owensboro from Diocese of Owensboro KY on Vimeo.

Word On Fire

Why You Should Take Pascal’s Wager

There are many forms of Pascal’s Wager, but the best form, I believe, can be stated like this: If you think there is (at least) a 50% chance of Christianity being true, then you should commit to a deeply religious life. The reason for this is simple to understand: You have potentially an infinite amount to gain, with comparatively little–in fact, virtually nada—to lose. There are, however, and, as you would expect, objections to Pascal’s Wager, which we must consider before we continue. Often, the initial point of hesitation is this. You cannot force yourself to believe something you happen to be unsure about, so wouldn’t a person be acting insincerely by accepting Pascal’s Wager, if they’re unsure about God? And surely that doesn’t sound right? Would God want someone to act insincerely? Good old God? But this formulation of the wager—which I owe to Dr. Michael Rota (who I…

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How to Help Your Parish Become a Disciple-Making Factory

  Most parishes wish they were better at evangelizing and making disciples. They wish they could help parishioners become more ardent, committed followers of Christ who are excited to share their faith with others. But how do we get there? Marcel LeJeune, President and Founder of Catholic Missionary Disciples, has been dedicated to the task for many years. Through his work with parishes, dioceses, and college campuses, he equips Catholic leaders to make disciple-makers who make disciple-makers. He is also an international speaker, author, and evangelist. Marcel served as the Associate Director of Campus Ministry at St. Mary’s Catholic Center at Texas A&M University for eleven years, the largest campus ministry in the country. Before that he was the Director of Campus Ministry at St. Elizabeth’s University Parish at Texas Tech University for four years. He holds a Master of Theological Studies, specializing in Pastoral Theology. Today, Brandon Vogt sits…

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Reading the Data and Preparing for Exile

  “The Father and I are one.” The Jews again picked up rocks to stone him. – (John 10:30-31) One day at Mass, a favorite priest remarked on the whole of John 10:30-42. I took notes, but still am paraphrasing a little: “I think the men who wanted to stone Jesus were offended that he would come in their era, that he would intrude on their time with his messianic talk. Because it’s one thing to look for and hope for Messiah, and quite another to have to encounter Messiah, which demands an interior, real, and lifelong change, a delivering up of self. But we cannot chose the time of God’s coming; all we can do is learn to read the data and then respond in a right way, understanding that many, many will seek the world and its answers, because the way of the world appears easier.

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Calendar of Events

  • Miguelina Sunderland receive the 2019 Sophia Award
  • High School Youth Ministry 2019
  • XLT Adoration Service
  • Middle School Youth Ministry
  • RCIA 2019