Monday of the 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time and Some Interesting News

Greetings Dear STA Parishioners and Special Friends:

Welcome to Monday of the 28th Week in Ordinary Time.  You can get today’s readings by Clicking Here for Today's Readings.

Our Liturgy of the Word for today is up and running on our Facebook page, and Deacon Tony Campise is our celebrant and homilist today.  The Liturgy of the Word is followed by a prayer to The Infant Jesus of Prague.

You can find that video in a couple of ways:

            If you have a Facebook account, simply subscribe to our STA Facebook page and go there to find the video labeled “Monday of the 28th Week in Ordinary Time.”

            If you don’t have a Facebook account, go to our homepage then click on the Facebook link at the top of the page. And then scroll down to find the video.

            I hope that helps.

What a wonderful Sunday it was yesterday…all 4 Masses ended up being full to the brim.  It was so great to see so many of you at Mass.

And just so you know…I have posted the Masses for next weekend, so you can go there now to register.  Simply Click Here to Sign Up for Next Sunday .

Well…here is some interesting news.

As you may have seen advertised…and may have actually watched…the Diocese is broadcasting Masses each Sunday on Channel 27 at 11:00 am and again at noon. They have been going to different parishes around the Diocese for those Masses.

It turns out that they will be here at St. Thomas this coming Wednesday to record the Mass for next Sunday.  Fr. John will be the celebrant and Deacon Tony and I will assist.  The Mass will air at 11:00 and again at noon next Sunday on Channel 27.

It will present an interesting situation for us in that we will actually be live with our 10:30 Sunday Mass as well.  So, maybe you might want to watch our 10:30 live-stream Mass on or Facebook page and then watch the re-run of the recorded Mass at noon on the TV.  Or you could also watch the Mass at 11:00 on Channel 27 and then watch the rerun of our 10:30 Mass on our Facebook page anytime after it is over. 

By the way…there won’t be a congregation for the recorded Mass, so no need to ask about getting in for that Mass.

I thought you might like to know about that.

We hope you have a blessed week.

Your servant in Christ,

Deacon Ken