We, the parish of St. Thomas Aquinas, are a warm, welcoming family of faith that celebrates our diverse cultures in unity. We take great pride in coming together as a community for both liturgical and social events.

Our patron saint, St. Thomas Aquinas, was a priest and doctor of the Church, Italian philosopher and theologian, whose works have made him the most important figure in Scholastic philosophy and one of the leading Roman Catholic theologians. His feast day is January 28th; he was born Thomas d’Aquino, the son of a baron, in his family’s castle at Roccasecca, central Italy circa 1226.

“Three things are necessary for the salvation of man: to know what he ought to believe; to know what he ought to desire; and to know what he ought to do.”

St. Thomas Aquinas