St. Thomas à Becket Parish
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  • November 18, 2019

    • Christianity and The Mainstream Entertainment Industry

      Just a few weeks ago, world renowned hip hop artist Kanye West released his latest album entitled Jesus is King, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 charts. West has been creating a lot of buzz as of late due to his recent renewal in his Christian faith.

      Despite this however, there’s still an abundance of sexualization, violence, drug use, and foul language in today’s mainstream entertainment industry. Naturally, as young adults, we tend to be part of this youth culture. Therefore, it’s important to discuss what we should and shouldn’t consume, and what brings us closer to or further away from God. The evening will consist of a free dinner, time to socialize, a discussion, and then night prayer.

      For more details, contact Russel Niere at 438-881-8585 or at

    • A homeless shelter in Rome fit for a king
    • Did you know that 75% of religious violence is against Christians, making them the world’s most persecuted group? Find out more in the Canadian Bishops “Statement on the Persecution of Christians”

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  • October 21, 2019
    • Friday of next week, November 1, is not only All Saints’ Day, but also First Friday, which means the Blessed Sacrament will be exposed from 9:00 a.m. to midnight. But what do we do during our time of Eucharistic Adoration, whether for a few minutes or a full hour? Elizabeth Scalia describes it beautifully.
    • Bishop Barron recently visited Reddit (the hugely popular network of communities based on people's interests) for another #AMA (“ask me anything”) session. Over 15,000 comments poured in from young skeptics around the world, making it the third most-commented-on #AMA of the year (after Bill Gates and Bernie Sanders). Listen here.
    • Save the date! Wednesday, November 13, from 7-9pm, is the first of ten sessions at the parish of an amazing new program called Sycamore. Stay tuned for details.

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