April 29, 2018

Homilies

5:30pm – Father Patrick
9am – Father Patrick
11am – Father Patrick
7pm – Father Patrick
9pm – Father Timothy

Announcements

  1. We are in need of snacks for students through finals week starting (tomorrow/tonight). Please bring snacks to the front office.
  2. Our Mass schedule is about to change for the summer. The last Sunday evening Masses is (tomorrow/today), Sunday, April 29th. Please see the bulletin for the schedule.
  3. ST. TOM'S IS OPEN 24/7 BEGINNING THIS SUNDAY. Come study for finals in a holy - safe - and very smart environment. And there's lots of free food and coffee, and great reliable wifi.
  4. The last Theology on Tap of the school year will meet this Tuesday, May 1st.  Our out-going intern from Notre Dame, Andrea Waclawek, will present "Wresting with God:  Faith in the Midst of Life's Challenges." 7:15 at Harry's.
  5. Next week is the first weekend of the Month – so, it is time to bring in food for our monthly St. Tom’s Food Drive benefiting the St. John’s/LUM Food Pantry.
  6. First Holy Communion is next Sunday, May 6th at the 11:00AM Mass.
    Please join your neighbors for an all-city Mass next Sunday, May 6th at 4:00PM on the John T. Myers Pedestrian Bridge.  What a great way to show Catholic unity. It's BYOC (Bring your own chair).
  7. Members of the Class of 2018 and their family and friends are invited to the Baccalaureate Mass on Friday, May 11th at 11:30AM followed by a cake and punch reception in Newman Hall.  Please wear your cap and gown.
  8. Please join us on Sunday, June 10th to celebrate Father Patrick’s 10th anniversary of his ordination. There will be a luncheon following the 11:00AM Mass. Please RSVP at boilercatholics.org.
  9. Getting to know someone’s name is the first step in offering a warm welcoming.  Thanks for participating in our monthly Name Tag Sunday. You can also win $500 by participating.  Just place your name in the baskets at the door with your name and phone number – and remember – we are all called to be ministers of hospitality – we are each called to be the welcoming face of St. Tom’s.