Best Advent Ever
We prepare for everything we consider important in life. And that includes Christmas. We visit family and friends, bake cookies, decorate our trees, and shop for gifts until we’re ready to drop. This year, prepare for Christmas in a different way. Join our parish for BEST ADVENT EVER, a free email program from Dynamic Catholic that will help you slow down and focus on what matters most during the busy holiday season. Each day of Advent, you will receive an email with:
- Short inspirational videos from Allen Hunt and Dominick Albano, with guest appearances from Matthew Kelly
- Practical tips for your everyday life
- Real-life stories to encourage you in your faith journey
Plus, every Sunday during the program, you’ll receive a thought-provoking video reflection that will help you understand how the Gospel relates to your own life.
What would it take for you to have the best Christmas of your life? Sign up to receive reflections for the Best Advent Ever from Dynamic Catholic by clicking here.
Please pray for the repose of the soul of Grace Toth-Fejel, who passed away early this morning. Please pray for strength for her husband, George and their sons Francis and Bryce.
Services will be held at St. Thomas Aquinas on Friday, October 18th. The Holy Rosary will begin at 10:30am followed by the Mass of Resurrection. A light luncheon will be served in Aquinas Center following the services.
Pray that Grace rest in the loving arms of God our Father.Read more
Please pray for Natalie Savaso, 16 year old, longtime classmate of Marlene Lattimer’s grand daughter. Natalie has dysautonomia. This is a disorder of nervous system. Her body is unable to control many systems of the body - such as breathing, body temperature, blood pressure and all the automatic functions of the body that are taken for granted.
The outlook for people with chronic progressive dysautonomia have a generally poor long-term prognosis.
Thank you for keeping Natalie in your prayers.Read more
Our dear Eileen has been put on Hospice and is beginning her final steps of her journey to heaven. Please pray for her, her husband Drew, her kids Hannah and Cameron, and all her siblings and family. Our hearts are so heavy with sorrow at this time. Please also be respectful of her large family and their need to share these days with her. Visits need to be prearranged and very short. Eileen has been constantly aware of and so thankful for the prayers and love of her parish family. May we all continue to storm the heavens with prayer...Read more