Rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ,
the mission of Saint Thomas More Catholic Community
is to glorify God by our lives.
Grand Old Day
St. Thomas More Catholic Church is an official participant in this year’s Grand Old Day! We need your help to make it a success. Have you ever wanted to be in a parade? Here is your chance! We are marching in the parade this year. Marchers need to be ready to smile and wave for the 2.5 mile route. Assembly is at 8:30 am and you are finished at the end of the parade. Marching not your thing? There are other ways to help. We are offering a break from the crowd and noise of Grand Old Day with hospitality on the corner of Summit and Oxford. We need volunteers to help with set up, run the grills and taps, and take down at the end of the day. If you have a couple of hours to spare we can use your help!
Additional information will be coming soon. In the meantime please contact Matt Dudley at email@example.com if you are willing to help or are looking for more details. If you would like to donate to the effort you may do so online here or contact Nicole Johnson in the parish office here or call her at: 651-227-7669 x 302.
Care for Creation
“Today solid scientific evidence exists that global climate is changing and that human activity based on the use of fossil materials contributes decisively to this trend. . . .The problem of climate change has become a major social and moral problem, and mentalities can only be changed on moral and religious grounds.” ~Bishop Sánchez Sorondo, Chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences and Social Sciences, 2014 lecture. Visit Catholic Teachings on Climate Change here or access the Global Catholic Climate Movement here.
Archdiocesan Claims Deadline Notice
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has requested that we make available, the claims deadline notice as pertains to the Archdiocesan bankruptcy case. A pdf of the notice is here.
Track the Progress of the Saint Thomas More Lunette Painting
Artist and parishioner, Mary Klein, has been commissioned to paint Saint Thomas More and his family for display in one of the lunettes of the church. You may track her progress at her blog here: http://mek-studio.com/web-log/.