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

Cultivating our ‘Eulogy Self’

Recently, a death arose that brought me back to Brian Doyle’s bittersweet essay, Notes from a Wake. An Irish priest had passed. Amid photographs and a chalice, whiskey and a few fine cigars smoked “on a side porch under a cedar tree [by] a dozen men and two women,” family, friends and the faithful gathered. An old friend told stories of his youth. Younger folks sang – and debated the lyrics – of an old Irish song, St. Brendan’s Fair Isle. A tally was made of family baptisms, marriages and funerals performed by the deceased. Jokes were told. A slow jig was danced. Infants were up too late. Food was packaged up. And then it was done. It was perfect. That’s how I want to be remembered. A few years ago, David Brooks wrote The Road to Character. With more heartache than anguish, he mourns what we have become in…

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Easter: The Significance of Sunday Morning

“She hears, upon that water without a sound, a voice that cries, ‘The tomb in Palestine is not the porch of spirits lingering. It is the grave of Jesus where he lay…’” Somber words. One should say, inappropriate words for Easter Sunday. They come from the American poet Wallace Stevens, and they are an excerpt from his poem “Sunday Morning.” The poem is about a loss and lack of faith in the meaning of not only Easter but every Sunday since then, for Sunday is enshrined with significance—not because it is a casual day of leisure but because it is the day when Christ rose from the dead. In Wallace Stevens’ poem, faith in what the event of Christ’s resurrection accomplished in history has been lost. The modern mind is content with the distractions of the news of the day, willing to accept that the frame of reference for life’s…

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Making Ready for the Holy: “A Man Will Meet You . . .“

A short fiction inspired by Luke 22:10. She guided the tiny mouse out of its corner with a gentle nudge of her broom, laughing as she teased it this way and that, helping the frightened creature find its way out the door, down the steps and into a street teeming with merchants hawking apples and herbs, with shoppers, and those hurrying to the temple. She didn’t mind mice very much, but not in this room, and not today. No space being made ready for Passover and the seder meal could be permitted faithless intruders, even helpless little grey ones with adorable pink noses. Moving on to gather dust and cobwebs from the corners, she began, all unconsciously, to hum under her breath—a joyful little melody learned from her mother, who would quietly sing it over and over in rhythm with her movements as she would grind flour: “O praise him,…

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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