St. Thomas More Catholic Church


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.

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

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The False God of Absolute Freedom

On April 24, 2005, I had the privilege of being in St Peter’s Square in Rome for the inaugural Mass of the now Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI. His homily that day was interrupted several times by applause but especially after he spoke the following words towards the end: Are we not perhaps all afraid in some way? If we let Christ enter fully into our lives, if we open ourselves totally to him, are we not afraid that he might take something away from us? . . . Do we not then risk ending up diminished and deprived of our freedom? . . . No! Only in this friendship are the doors of life opened wide. Only in this friendship do we experience beauty and liberation. I remember joining in that sustained applause with the conviction that the Pope had got right to the heart…

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Catholic Boy to Catholic Man: A Millennial on Why He Remains

Back when my younger son was a teenager we’d shared a surprising conversation over a suppertime hamburger. He’d asked me whether it was true that the Holy Eucharist is sometimes accepted at Mass by someone, only to remain unconsumed and spirited out of a church for use in various, always nefarious, ways. “How exactly,” he had asked me. “I’ve read that the Eucharist has been stolen for use in black masses, but what do they do with it, actually.” I never liked talking about this subject, but I related a little—that some mentally or spiritually disturbed people have put the Consecrated Host upon an “altar” and stabbed it, or sliced it, so as to “stab” Christ. “They actually believe, as we do, that the Eucharist is the true and physical Presence, the Body and Blood of Christ,” I explained. “That’s why Wonder Bread and grape juice won’t do—nor will the…

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Did the Ascension Really Happen?

At the climax of the forty days spent with the disciples after his resurrection, Jesus ascended bodily into heaven. Catholics have always understood this to be a literal, miraculous event. We believe it really happened—and as a universal Church, we celebrated the Feast of the Ascension just a couple weeks ago. But the dogma also has its detractors. Some have made a mockery of the doctrine, likening the “flying” Jesus to an Apollo spacecraft, as was a common jest among atheists in the 60s and 70s. Others deny the possibility of the miraculous altogether. Still others, like Episcopalian theologian John Shelby Spong, read the Ascension as nonliteral and symbolic: “A modern person knows that if you rise up off the Earth (as in the ascension), you don’t go to heaven. You go into orbit.” Considering such criticisms, how can Catholics defend the reality of Christ’s ascension? One might sympathize with…

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