Welcome to St. Thomas the Apostle
"To make disciples as we know, love and serve God and one another."
Whatever your status in the Church, whatever your family/marital situation, whatever your religious affiliation, whatever your personal history, age, background, race or color, sexual orientation, you are invited, welcomed, accepted, loved and respected at our Catholic Community of Saint Thomas the Apostle.
Live-stream Mass Feed
Daily Mass is streamed at 12:15pm Monday-Friday. Saturday at 4:00pm and Sunday at 10:00am and 12:00pm.
Read the letter from Fr. Johnson regarding the live-stream Mass feed.
* You do not need to have a Facebook account to watch the livestream! Simply click on link.
Online Giving is Available Now
Here at St. Thomas the Apostle, we encourage you to be Christian Stewards, using everything God has given you — time, talent, treasure — to serve Him gratefully.
Happy 100th Anniversary St. Thomas the Apostle Parish!10-24-2021Fr. Jerome A. Johnson
My brothers and sisters, as we celebrate this milestone in our parish’s life and history, we do so on the firm foundation given us by the former pastors, priests, religious, benefactors and parishioners of St. Thomas who answered the call given them by God to serve His people here in Old Bridge. We give thanks for all of them who made it possible for us to face the future with hope and confidence as we now strive to do what they did ... as we now join together as one to carry out the Church’s mission leading people into a real relationship with Jesus Christ.READ MORE
Advertising in Our Bulletin!
Did you know we have 4,000+ families registered here at STA? What better way to advertise your business? We need and appreciate your help. Contact Douglas Shaller dshaller@4LPi.com or 800-477-4574 x6458 to place an ad today!
Envelopes are available at church exits and in the Pastoral Center for those wishing to re- member their loved ones by donating Christmas Flowers. A Triduum of Masses will be celebrated for them. (Names will appear in the bulletin. Please print clearly. Thank you.
Letter from Rev. Msgr. Joseph G. Celano, Episcopal Vicar for Administration
dated February 10, 2021