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Catholic Faith At-home Resources

Since the pandemic has created changes to our routine, events and social opportunities, we hope you will  keep connected with your faith from  the comforts of your home through inspiring Catholic resources offered to you in the links below. 

Catholic Faith At-Home Resources Newsletters
Becky Ready

Catholic Faith At-Home Resources Newsletter


The Fatima Pilgrimage Statue in the photo
is being carried to parishes throughout the archdiocese
as a part of its bicentennial celebration.
It was here at St. Thomas More last Friday.
Visitors and parishioners adored the Blessed Sacrament
near this blessed reminder of His Mother,
recalling her extensive and ongoing work to bring souls to her Son.
The pilgrims carrying the statue on this journey
received lunch in the Faith Formation Room,
expressing gratitude for our hospitality.
STM parishioners expressed thanks for the opportunity
to participate in this historic and memorable event and
to meet such dedicated men and women!
You can still join in!
Saturday, June 19th, Noon - 4:00 pm
Fountain Square
CELEBRATION at conclusion of the Marian Pilgrimage
in honor of the Archdiocesan Bicentennial!
See the flyer below for more information!
Nothing we do is more intimate or more adoring
than receiving the Eucharist,
the very Body and Blood of Christ, in holy Communion.
We experience and unite ourselves to Jesus.
Holy Mother Church has long affirmed devotions that extend this miraculous event beyond the confines of the Mass.
One such common devotion is Eucharistic Adoration.
During Eucharistic Adoration,
the faithful pray to Jesus, Who is present in the Eucharist.
He is not a symbol or Bread -
We receive and adore, the actual and Real Presence of Christ!
True, we pray to God anywhere and He is always with us,
but it is especially powerful to adore Jesus in the Eucharist.
In His presence in the Eucharist,
we pray to His power and sacrifice
given to His beloved creatures, us, so that we may live.
Displayed on the altar in a beautiful monstrance,
Jesus' Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus,
that is really, truly, and substantially present in the Eucharist.
We need you and others to
be Eucharistic Adoration adorers
and sign up for a time on Fridays between 9 and 3.
The sign up chart is in the church' s vestibule.
Please help us keep alive extremely valuable ministry!
Click the link below to read about the history of Eucharistic Adoration:
Click the link below for aids to help you pray during Eucharistic Adoration:
"Miracle Hunter" Michael O'Neill traveled to Lanciano, Italy,
the site of perhaps the first and greatest Eucharistic miracle!
A Basilian monk in 750 AD had doubts about the Real Presence -
and a Eucharistic host visibly turned to true flesh and blood!
Numerous scientific tests up through modern times
have confirmed the reality of this occurrence!
The beauty of this miracle reflects our Lord's words,
I am the Bread of Life.
He who feeds on my Flesh and drinks my Blood has life eternal
and I will raise him up on the last day.
For my Flesh is real food and my Blood real drink.
The man who feeds on my Flesh and drinks my Blood
remains in Me, and I in him.
(Jn 6:35, 54-56) 
Click below to see the miracle:
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