Saint Thomas Aquinas Church & Saint Basil Chapel

         

MISSION
Our Mission is to be a welcoming community of believers continually growing in our faith and in our love of Jesus Christ through worship, education, evangelization and service within our local and broader community.

WELCOME
To visitors of our Parish, and to those who have recently moved into the area, and to those comfortable and nourished here - Welcome. Regardless of your status in the Church, marital state, your ethnicity, your prior religious experience, your personal history, background, or sexual orientation, we hope that you will continue to worship with us each week.

If you are new to the parish, please click here to register with us!

                                  THE EUCHARIST 

 How do we know that Christ is truly present?


A recent Pew Research Center survey revealed that two-thirds (66%) of U.S. Catholics do not believe in transubstantiation, the idea that during the Mass, the bread and wine become Jesus Christ’s body and blood (The Eucharist). Come join us as we strengthen our faith through an exploration of the Biblical origins of the Eucharist. 
Click here for more information!


 

    

    

       
   

  

 

 

 
Weekend Mass
Saturday (Vigil)
4:00 pm   St. Thomas Aquinas
Sunday
7:45 am     St. Thomas Aquinas
10:00 am   St. Thomas Aquinas
10:00 am   St. Basil Chapel
12:00 pm   St. Thomas Aquinas
5:00 pm   St. Basil Chapel
 
Daily Mass 
Monday - Saturday
9:00 am   St. Thomas Aquinas
 
Confession
Saturday
       9:30 a.m. -10:15 a.m.     
3:00 pm - 3:45 pm
(or by appointment)
Lower Church
 
Immaculate Heart of Mary
1st Saturday of the Month
10:00 am (Lower Church)
 
Divine Mercy
Wednesday
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm (Lower Church)
 

 

 


 

 


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