Upcoming Events

 

                            

 EVENING WITH OUR LADY OF FATIMA
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 6:00-8:00 PM

 

Come and visit the Pilgrim Virgin statue of Our Lady of Fatima at the home of Marianne Anderson at 3364 NW 31st Circle, Camas, WA. Join the representative from "America Needs Fatima" and fellow parishioners in learning about Our Lady

 

 

 

 

 

St. Thomas is helping the WHO (Winter Hospitality Overflow) shelter
during the week of March 1-8 2020. 

The WHO is a shelter run out of St. Andrew Lutheran and St. Paul’s churches between November 1st and March 31st for individuals, and families needing shelter (families at St. Andrew’s and single men at St. Paul’s) during that time.  Vancouver has a limited number of shelter beds for the homeless that do not meet the needs of our community.  The WHO offers additional beds during the coldest months of the year.

St. Joseph has committed to staffing volunteers for two weeks during the WHO schedule at St. Andrew Lutheran.  Please sign up by following the following link:

https://volunteersignup.org/YR4E4 Questions?  Contact David Lester in the office. david@stthomascamas.org)

SAVE THE DATE - March 19

Solemnity of St. Joseph
Mass at 6pm
Reception to follow
Click HERE to reserve a place at the dinner.
 


Inquiry sessions are the entry point into the RCIA process

Invite those you know interested in learning more about Jesus and the Catholic Church to the next series of Inquiry Sessions. These sessions are designed to answer questions and warmly welcome those who want to inquire about the Catholic Church.  

The next scheduled entry point into the RCIA process begins Sunday, October 6th at 12:30pm in the Belisle Library

Contact Allison Johnson with questions or have those you know interested in joining the Catholic call or email Allison@stthomascamas.org or 360-834-2126 x206

 

 

 

"I would like to ask you:  Have you sometimes heard the voice of the Lord, which through a desire, a certain restlessness, invites you to follow him more closely? Have you heard it?"--Pope Francis, Regina Caeli, April 21, 2013

If you have heard the voice of the Lord stirring in your heart or have questions about joining or returning to the Catholic Church we welcome you and invite you to contact our parish office for more information about how we can serve you.

Safe Environment Reminders

Please remember our shared responsibility to be alert and to report any suspected abuse (archdiocesan hotline 800-446-7762). Some level of Safe Environment training is required for all church employees and volunteers. Parishioners are also able to take this training to learn more about this important topic. Register for classes online at virtusonline.org. Contact the parish office for more information or assistance.

 

 

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