CLICK HERE for information about the Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Guadalupe & Mexico City: February 11-16, 2021
CLICK HERE for information about the Marian Shrines Pilgrimage to Fatima, Spain & Lourdes: August 15-24, 2021
St. Thomas Aquinas Food Distribution During COVID-19 Health Crisis
Visiting Priests, Msgr. John Boyle and Fr. Matthew Ragbir, at Mass on 3/7/2020
Stay-Awake-Athon, February 28, 2020
RCIA, Baptism Recognition and Mardi Gras Fellowship Sunday, February 23, 2020
Feast of the Presentation of Our Lord, February 2, 2020
Int'l Feast Day and Opening of 135th Year, January 26, 2020
Baptism of the Lord, 1/12/2020
Holy Family Sunday Fellowship and Congratulations to those who received Sacraments in 2019
Midnight Christmas Mass - 12/25/19
Opening of the Year of Prayer and Blessing of
St Thomas Aquinas Msgr. John Brown Parish Center - 12/15/19
Volunteer Party 12/14/19
Our Lady of Guadalupe Mass, 12/12/19
Breakfast with Santa & Christmas Fair, 12/7/19
Christ the King Youth Mass - 11/24/19
Praise Concert - 11/1/19
CYO Mass and Reception - October 2019
Choir Robing Ceremony - 10/6/19
Priesthood Sunday - 9/29/19
Back to School BBQ/Fr. Clifford’s Farewell - 9/8/19
Fr. Dwayne Honored by the Haitian Apostolate, July 20, 2019
Parish BBQ - June 30, 2019
Parish Mission Statement
We, the People of Saint Thomas Aquinas Parish, Flatlands, Brooklyn, are a multicultural community; invigorate to respond to the call of Jesus under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Consistent with the tradition of the Catholic Church, we are:
- United in worshipping the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit by serving Him through serving one another.
- Devoted to unity within the Body of Christ, supporting and promoting one another to live the message of the Gospel through the celebration of the sacraments.
- Committed to a Church community that fosters evangelism, service, hospitality, stewardship and a need for genuine unity and belonging.
Church is Open
Our church is open every day for private prayer. Some folks pray quietly before the tabernacle; while others pray the Stations of the Cross or light a candle in the shrines to the Blessed Mother, Saint Joseph or Saint Thomas Aquinas. Others sit in the pews and meditate on scriptures or pray in some fashion. Feel free to stop in at any time, when the Church is open.
through Friday 6:00am to 2:00pm