STM Free Store Update
September 10, 2020

We are working to develop a strategy to continue our mission of providing free gently-used and new clothing and household goods to struggling people in our communities, while keeping our volunteers and guests safe. As we work to extend our outreach, we ask for your help. 


Parish Changes Due to 2020-2021 Financial Projections
July 23, 2020

The STM Finance Council, Executive Committee, and Pastoral Council have finalized our budget for the 2020-2021 fiscal year (which began July 1). As you would expect, the impact of COVID-19 has made it necessary for us to take a conservative approach to revenue projections due to the unknowns around returning to school and the financial hardships our parish families are undoubtedly experiencing in this pandemic. 


Pastoral Council Statement on Racism
June 18, 2020

Saint Thomas More Catholic Community is committed to engage and confront the issues of racism, injustice, and police brutality among many other issues affecting our community and people of color. 


Delaying Return to Public Mass at STM
June 5, 2020

In order to properly and thoroughly review your feedback, we are delaying our start date for a return to public Mass at STM. 


Solidarity with George Floyd, Black Community, and All Suffering
May 31, 2020

Yesterday, our Provincial of the USA Midwest Jesuit Province, Rev. Brian Paulson, SJ, wrote an inspiring letter to all Midwest Jesuits and colleagues in mission regarding the tragic death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. We want to share this letter with you, our STM community.


Updated Timeline for Return to Public Mass at STM

May 28, 2020

We have decided to push back our timeline for returning to Mass by one week to allow us more time to properly prepare for your return.


Update from Fr. Warren - Planning for Return to Mass

May 22, 2020

I am writing to you today in response to the recent announcement by the Catholic Bishops of Minnesota to move ahead with plans to resume Masses at one-third church capacity beginning May 26. 


STM Financial Status Update

April 27, 2020

We write to update you on STM’s financial status and plans to maintain financial stability during the COVID-19 shutdown. First of all, we want to thank EVERYONE in our STM community for pitching in. Parishioners who are able have continued to be very generous in their giving. K-8 school parents have kept their students enrolled with online learning and church and school staff have been very generous and creative in serving our parishioners and school families.


Message From Our Synod Ambassador Team

November 21, 2019

You are Called to Help Steer the Future of Our Church!

Two years from now, Archbishop Hebda will issue a new pastoral letter. For the first time in any Catholic archdiocese ever, he is asking the people of his archdiocese what the letter should be about. This letter will reflect what he hears from his flock and will set the priorities of our archdiocese for the next 5-10 years.


Discernment on Women in Leadership Roles

October 24, 2019

During Fall 2018, STM parishioners were invited to share their prayers and reflections on the clergy sex abuse scandal. Two hundred twenty-five parishioners accepted the invitation. A large percentage of those respondents want to see more laity, particularly women, in leadership roles, as well as the possibility of married and women priests. Many called for a more inclusive Church and, in particular, said women’s voices must be heard.