A Community of Faith
Wherever you are on your faith journey, we welcome you to join us!
We are a Roman Catholic community proclaiming the Good News of Salvation through Jesus Christ and invite everyone to join our family community in a loving and spiritual environment in which we may grow in service and knowledge of God.
Professing one Faith, one Lord, and one Baptism, we the people of St. Thomas the Apostle Parish seek to know Jesus Christ fully, to serve Him faithfully, and to experience the transforming power of the Holy Spirit.
Through the Stewardship of our Time, Talent, and Treasure, we strive to minister to the spiritual and material needs of all God's Children.
Our Core Values
Our mission is to be a community that follows and shares Jesus Christ through the sacraments, prayer, catechesis, evangelization, and works of charity.
We will livestream our Vigil Mass beginning on the First Sunday of Lent, February 21, 2021, through Divine Mercy Sunday, April 10, 2021. Watch us live on Facebook @MyStThomas.org.
Click here for "An Act of Spiritual Communion".
All videos on our Facebook page, @MyStThomas.org, and on our website are the property of the Diocese of St. Petersburg and St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church. Any duplication or retransmission without permission is prohibited.
St. Thomas the Apostle has a license with One License -- #730388-A. This license allows us to reprint or project music for the congregation, to podcast or stream services containing this music, or to copy practice-tracks for rehearsal purposes.
Explore Our Community
Monday through Saturday 8:00 a.m.
Vigil Mass 4:30 p.m.
Holy Days & Holidays
Please consult the bulletin
The rear door of the church is open during office hours Monday through Thursday from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm for personal prayer time.
3:15 - 4:00 p.m.
Or by appointment
First Friday of Every Month
Immediately following the
8:00 a.m. Mass until Noon
First Saturday Rosary
in the Meditation Garden
October through May at 9:00 am
Latest Health Updates
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Keep you and your loved ones safe!
Clean your hands often
Avoid close contact
Stay home if you're sick
Cover coughs and sneezes
Clean and disinfect
Only go out for essential needs. When you do go out, wear a mask.
If you think you're sick:
Don't leave home except for medical care
Stay in touch with your doctor - call ahead to make an appointment
Stay away from others including family members
The US Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) issued a statement on the moral concerns about the creation of a vaccine for COVID-19.
In collaboration with other organizations working to protect human life, the USCCB has been engaged in a campaign advocating for the development of a vaccine for COVID-19 that has no link to abortion that includes a request to the FDA to ensure “that Americans will have access to vaccines that are free from any connection to abortion.”
In view of the gravity of the current pandemic and the lack of availability of alternative vaccines, the reasons to accept the new COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna are sufficiently serious to justify their use, despite their remote connection to morally compromised cell lines.
Pray for us, O holy Mother of God,
that we may be made worthy
of the promises of Christ.
While we are separated by quarantines, self-isolation and social distancing, Pope Francis reminds us that, united in Christ, we are never alone.
There are many resources available online - here are just a few: