Tuesday, April 21st

"Walking Utopia" • 7:00am - 9:00am
Daily Mass • 7:15am
Women's Book Study • 8:00am
THOMS MOMS • 9:15am
Red Cross Blood Drive • 2:30pm - 6:30pm
Marian Prayer Group • 6:00pm
Catholic Divorce Survival Guide • 6:30pm
Tuesday Basketball • 7:00pm
STM Card Group • 7:00pm
Wednesday, April 22nd

Daily Mass • 7:15am
K-6 Classes • 4:00pm - 5:15pm
K-6 Classes • 5:30pm - 6:45pm
Adult Choir • 7:00pm
Junior YM • 7:00pm
K-6 Classes • 7:00pm - 8:15pm
Thursday, April 23rd

Quilt Guild Event
NO "Walking Utopia"
Daily Mass • 7:15am
Mass @ Stoneybrook • 3:30pm
Bell Choir • 7:00pm
RCIA • 7:00pm
Friday, April 24th

NO "Walking Utopia"
Quilt Guild Event
Daily Mass • 7:15am
Mass with Bishop • 9:00am
Anonymous Group • 7:00pm
Saturday, April 25th

Quilt Guild Event
PLF Distibution • 4:30am
Greif Baby Shower • 12:00pm
Confession • 3:30pm
Mass • 4:30pm
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Coming & Going PDF Print

Coming to St. Thomas More

July 1

Fr. Frank Coady

&

Deacon Chad Stramel

 

Farewell to Fr. Don
April 26
After Morning Masses

Knights of Columbus will be serving Breakfast.  In lieu of gifts, please consider giving to the free will offering.  Proceeds going to Catholic Charities in Fr. Don's name.  Fr. Don's final day with us is June 30!  He will be assigned to Sacred Heart Cathedral in Salina.

St. Isidore's Changes:  Fr. Jarett Konrade will be assigned to St. Nicholas of Myra in Hays.  St. Isidore's will be assigned two Dominican priests: Fr. Michael Demkovich and Fr. Robert Barry.

 
Graduation Breakfast 2015 PDF Print

St. Thomas More Parish cordially invites all graduating seniors of St. Thomas More, and their families, to a reception honoring the high school graduates of 2015 on Sunday, May 17, in the Utopia Room beginning at 9:00 a.m.  All graduates are invited to attend the 10:30 Mass in their caps and gowns following the reception.  There will be a special place reserved for you.  Please RSVP to the parish office by close of business on May 11 with the number attending.

 
Pastor's Corner PDF Print

The message is yet clear about Easter Time: Alleluia!  He is Risen!  The opening collect from this Sunday: May your people exult forever, O God, in renewed youthfulness of spirit, so that, rejoicing now in the restored glory of our adoption, we may look forward in confident hope to the rejoicing of the

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Canceled PDF Print

There will be NO "Walking Utopia" on Friday, April 17, and Thursday-Friday, April 23-24.

 
Vacation Bible School PDF Print

Bible Blast to the Past will be held May 26-May 30 for children eligible for Kindergarten (Fall 2014) thru 4th Grade (2014-15 school year).  Registration forms are due May 15.  For more information, see the K-6 Religious Education page.

 
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Father Don ZimmermanWelcome to St. Thomas More Parish where our mission is "to profess the Gospel of Jesus Christ by living our faith through prayer, scripture, evangelism, service, and celebration of the sacraments". We invite you to join the more than 900 families who worship with us and share of their time, talents, and treasure to make our parish welcoming, hospitable, and full of vitality. All of the Pastoral Team are committed to serving you. Pastoral care is an essential element of who we are in Christ Jesus. We are grateful for the privilege to serve along side our numerous volunteers. Perhaps you have suggestions about how we can make our parish a more warm and dynamic place to worship and fellowship with other followers of Christ. If so, please share them with any member of the Pastoral Team. We look forward to serving Christ with you!

-Father Don Zimmerman, Pastor

 

Mass Times

Chalice
Lord's Day Mass
Saturday 4:30 p.m.
Sunday 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 5:30 p.m. **
Daily Mass
Monday 5:15 p.m.
Tuesday-Friday 7:15 a.m.

**Summer Schedule: From Memorial Day through Labor Day, there will be NO Sunday 5:30 Mass.

See the bulletin for details

 

Current Reflection

Question of the Week
Adult Question
:  What qualities of God does the image of the Good Shepherd suggest?
Children's Question:  How do you experience God guiding and protecting you?

All Creation Is Singing God's Praise
Caring for God's creation is part of our Catholic social teaching specifically outlined by the U.S. Bishops: "Care for the earth is not just an Earth Day slogan, it is a requirement of our faith.  We are called to protect people and the planet, living our faith in relationship with all of God's creation."  Every individual and family is called to care for God's creation: when we care for our planet, we show respect and love to God, the creator of all.
How I Can Help...

  • As a family, make a list of small but important ways you can care for God's creation such as remembering to turn off the lights when you leave a room or making recycling one of your regular chores.

How does care for creation relate to our identity as Christians?  Watch this space for ideas and inspiration in the coming weeks.

 

Reconciliation

Saturday: 3:30 - 4:00 PM
OR by appointment
Confession
 

St Thomas More Catholic Church
2900 Kimball Ave
Manhattan, KS 66502
(785) 776-5151
stm@stmmanhattan.com

 

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