5:30pm – Father Cassian
9am – Father Patrick
11am – Father Patrick
7pm – Father Cassian
- Homilies and bulletins are available online! Just go to our homepage: boilercatholics.org, and scroll down to “Mass Notes”. You can access readings, bulletins, announcements, and homilies by midweek.
- Take this opportunity to double your donation to Fruitful Harvest 2018!!! A generous parishioner has donated $50,000 to Fruitful Harvest as a matching gift. For every dollar donated to St. Tom’s your donation will be doubled. This is a great way to double your support to St. Tom’s and help us meet our goal to repair the roof. Be sure to mail in your pledge card, or drop it in the baskets in the gather space.
- St. Tom’s will be hosting a prayer service for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. This year’s theme is: “Justice, Only Justice, Shall You Pursue”. Ministers and representatives from 10 of our local churches as well as Bishop Doherty will be part of the service. This event will be this coming Monday, January 14 at 7:30pm in the church, with a reception immediately following
- Have you ever wanted teach religious education in one of out classroom? Have you ever wanted to have the joy of leading the youth to Christ though youth ministry? Well, here is your chance! Join us on Tuesday, January 15th at 7:00PM in Newman Hall for our spring LifeGuides Callout and meeting.
- All Coffee and Donut Lovers! Please sign up to provide this wonderful ministry after 9am Masses. The sign up sheet is in the Gather Space.
- This year's Dorothy Day Lecture is being given by Dr Hosffman Ospino, who is a Professor of Hispanic Ministry at Boston College. His talk, entitled "Practicing Justice, Building Communion: American Catholicism’s Moral Imperative to Embrace Its Hispanic/Latino Identity," will be in Newman Hall at 7:00 pm on Thursday January 24th.
- All students who would like to participate in a spring break mission trip must attend the Callout on Wednesday, January 16 at 7:30pm in Newman Hall (downstairs here at St. Tom's). Check out the boilercatholics.org website for more details and send any questions/concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you are sitting at the end of a pew, please take the stack of “Ignite Small Groups” cards and pass them down your pew right now. Pass the pencils down, too! Fill out a card while I am talking and then put it in the baskets at the doors as you leave. I'll be in the gather space to meet you after Mass.
The college experience is a lot of work and stress. There seems to be something required of you all the time and it is often a bunch of heavy lifting, but there are joys, too! The joys are found in friendship and commiseration, a common vision and a shared Faith. The good days are better when they are shared with good people and the bad days aren’t so bad when you’re not the only one suffering. Ignite is a community of small groups who are becoming friends on this long race that we call the college experience. These friends share many things, but at the core of it all, they desire to welcome Christ into the midst of their lives through the Scripture and good conversation. If this sounds like something you’d like to join or lead, put your name and contact information on that piece of paper and we will contact you very soon.