CLICK HERE to RSVP to Outback Fundraiser: Friday, December 15, 2017  


CLICK HERE for information about the trip to The Holy Land: Aug. 19 - 28, 2018



Holy Thursday April 13, 2017


Baptism March 26, 2017



St Patrick/St. Joseph Dance March 11, 2017


Altar Server Bowling Trip - February 23, 2017


St. Thomas Aquinas Feast Day and International Food Festival, January 28, 2017


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.
Monday through Friday    6:00am to 2:00pm
Saturday                          7:00am to 7:00pm
Sunday                            7:00am to 7:00pm


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Celebration of Mass

As Catholics, we believe that the celebration of the Eucharist is the greatest form of prayer that God has given to us. When we celebrate the Mass, we have the opportunity to experience communion with Christ, and with the community of Christian believers. In every Mass, we pray for the needs of people throughout the world, and for all who have died. In our tradition, we also have the opportunity to remember a particular person or intention at each Mass which is celebrated in the parish.
The intention of the Mass is the most precious Gift we can give for Our Beloved ones w