It is a joy to welcome you to the St. Thomas More Catholic Church website, a wonderful informational tool of great benefit to all of us. St. Thomas More is a very orthodox and vibrant Catholic parish located on the south edge of Midtown Omaha at 48th and Grover Streets.
Steeped in the rich 2000 year tradition of the Catholic Church, for more than 50 years Omaha Catholics have found a nurturing faith home at St. Thomas More. Thank you for finding us online and a special welcome to young adults searching for a faith home.
To all of you, whoever you are and from wherever you come, welcome to St. Thomas More. We invite you to join us on the joyous adventure of fidelity.
Sincerely in Christ, Rev. Ryan P. Lewis, JCL, STL Pastor
Sunday Mass Saturday (vigil): 5:00 pm Sunday: 7:30 am, 9:30 am & 11:30 am
Daily Mass Monday-Friday: 7:00 am Tuesday & Friday: 8:15 am (when school is in session -check the bulletin) Wednesday: 10:30 am @ Golden Living Center (5505 Grover St.) Saturday: 8:30 am
The Light is On
This Lenten season you can participate in the sacrament of reconciliation in all Catholic Churches on Thursdays. At St. Thomas More there will be confessions from 5:30 to 7:00 pm on March 5, March 12, March 19, and March 26.
Stations of the Cross
Stations of the Cross Wednesdays at 2:15 pm Fridays at 6:30 pm
More Di Gras
Join us on Saturday, March 14, 2015 at Scott Conference Center, 6450 Pine Street. The evening begins at 6:00pm with Cocktails and the Silent Auction opens. At 7:00pm Dinner and the Oral Auction begins. At 9:00pm the Silent Auction ends and the Dance begins featuring The Labels. Cost is $75 per person and you must RSVP. Call the Parish Office at 402-556-1456.
(Vatican Radio)Â Vatican press spokesman, Fr. Federico Lombardi sj has confirmed that discussions on financial transparency are ongoing between the Holy See and Italy.Â Fr. Lombardi released a brief statement late Thursday in which he said discussions are underway âto collaborate with Italy and go towards the goal of greater and more complete transparency and exchange of information for tax purposes.â
The statement follows comments made by Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi who, in a lengthy interview with the Italian magazine LâEspresso, spoke of Italyâs efforts to combat tax evasion.Â Renzi said he hoped to reach an accord similar to those struck with Switzerland, Montecarlo and Liechtenstein to ârecover a little bit of money also from the Vatican.â