There is very little about the apostle Thomas in the Gospels; one text calls him the "twin." Rarely during Jesus' lifetime does he stand out among his colleagues. There is the instance before the raising of Lazarus, when Jesus was still in Perea and Thomas exclaimed: "Let us also go and die with Him." Best-known is his expression of unbelief after the Savior's death, giving rise to the phrase "doubting Thomas." Nevertheless, the passage describing the incident, in the Gospel, must be numbered among the most touching in Sacred Scripture.READ MORE
Acknowledging Jesus before others incorporates not only the words we speak, but also our actions. The empirical evidence convicting us as Christian should be apparent in every aspect of our lives. The person we portray in the office should be the same we bring home at night, and clearly recognizable as the person who arrives at Sunday Mass. Jesus identifies Nathanael as a person with no duplicity, no guile, no deceit within him.READ MORE
Starting Friday, June 12, 2020, the restoration of Masses with a congregation will begin. Please check our website for the latest details as they are changing constantly.
Weekday Masses will be celebrated at 12:15pm and will be limited to 25 people. Weekend Masses will be celebrated Saturday, at 4:00pm, Sunday, at 10:00am* and 12:00pm. They will be limited to 90 people, sitting socially distant as state guidelines demand. Restrooms will NOT be available.READ MORE
The restoration of Masses with a congregation will be a phased approach and will begin on June 12, with a maximum of 25 available seats at 12:15pm. Weekend liturgies will begin on June 13/14 (The Feast of Corpus Christi) with 90 available seats with Mass at 4:00pm on Saturday, 10:00am and 12:00pm on Sunday. At the 12:00pm Sunday Mass, we will still offer distribution of Communion in the lot in a specific section. This schedule will be evaluated as we progress. Limited capacity and 6 feet physical distancing and the wearing of masks in the church will be practiced.READ MORE