St. Thomas the Apostle
Wilmington, Delaware
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January 14, 2018
January 7, 2018
December 31, 2017
December 25, 2017
December 17, 2017
Mass Intentions

Saturday, January 13
5:00pm - Pietro & Rosina Pesce

Sunday, January 14
8:00am - James Saienni
10am - Mass for the People

Monday, January 15
6:00pm - Communion Service

Tuesday, January 16
8:00am - No Mass

Wednesday, January 17
8:00am - No Mass

Thursday, January 18
8:00am - No Mass
Funerals

Although death brings a deep sense of sadness and loss, faith provides solace and strength.  It is a time when we encounter the things of God and our belief in Him in new way.  It is a time for us to support and console one another.
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Our religion in its most distilled form is a friendship
between ourselves and God in Jesus Christ. Jesus
had no army. He neither needed one nor wanted
one. He had the only one power with which to
conquer the human spirit, the power of a loving
friendship. That is the only thing that can invade and
conquer the human heart. Brute force always fails;
love always wins.
Our religion in its most distilled form is a friendship
between ourselves and God in Jesus Christ. Jesus
had no army. He neither needed one nor wanted
one. He had the only one power with which to
conquer the human spirit, the power of a loving
friendship. That is the only thing that can invade and
conquer the human heart. Brute force always fails;
love always wins.
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Mass Schedule

Saturday
5:00 pm Vigil Mass

Sunday
8:00 am, 10:00 am

Monday
6:00pm

Tuesday - Thursday
8:00am
Ordinary Time
Not ordinary as in "common" or "mundane,"
but "ordinal," which simply means counted time