A show about our St. Thomas Aquinas family. We introduce you to our parish by means of good talks and conversation. We will highlight the events, ministries, and holy lives of our parish family one episode at a time, showing how God is working in our lives.
For an extra episode this week, Adam and Chris walk through the new liturgy that we celebrated for during the pandemic. Listen in for a reflection on how we got these new prayers and how timely these prayers are for us.
This week, Adam and Chris walk through what to expect for Holy Week this year at St. Thomas Aquinas. Listen in for a reflection on how we can uniquely enter into the Paschal Triduum this year and truly make what we believe influence and effect how we pray and how we live.
Announcement: We want to do a Q&A podcast with your questions, so send us an email or audio message(through Anchor) and we'll discuss it in an upcoming episode. Hopefully it will help pass the time in quarantine.
In this week’s episode, Chris and Adam try to continue discussing the developments logistically and spiritually during this time when public Masses are suspended in our diocese. Join us to learn about the new indulgences granted by the Apostolic Penitentiary during the pandemic.
In this week’s episode, Chris and Adam try to continue giving some spiritual encouragement during this time when public Masses are suspended in our diocese. Join us to learn about the practice of Lectio Divina, how it can work to build us up during this time, and practice it with Mark 4:35-41.
On Tuesday, March 17th, Bishop Vasquez promulgated a decree suspending the celebration of public Masses in the Diocese of Austin through April 8th and dispensing the Sunday obligation for the faithful to attend Mass. In this extra episode, Chris and Adam spend some time talking through the implications of this decree for our parish and our spiritual lives and try to provide a little bit of hope in the face of this spiritual challenge.
Act of Spiritual Communion
This week we talk about the gospel reading for this Sunday about the Samaritan woman at the well. The Church uses this scene as a model of prayer for us, so this week we have a mid-Lent check up on our prayer lives, and how we can change up our usual approach to this pillar of lent.