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Mailing Address

St. Thomas Aquinas Society
PO Box 62908
Colorado Springs, CO 80962-2908

 

Telephone

719-448-0020

Thomas Aquinas

 

The St. Thomas Aquinas Society has an impressive history of bringing the finest speakers for conferences, Masses, retreat days, Divine Mercy weekends, and evenings of concert and testimony.

We invite you to read about our history and learn about our mission. Most importantly, we invite you to join the enthusiasm in sharing and experiencing our Catholic Faith.

 

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Bishop Michael Sheridan with Therese and Ethelyn
Bishop Michael Sheridan with Therese and Ethelyn
Fr. Piotr with Therese Lorentz - St. Francis of Assisi Church in Castle Rock
Fr. Piotr with Therese Lorentz - St. Francis of Assisi Church in Castle Rock
Fr. Pacwa Speaking
Fr. Pacwa Speaking
Brittany Keas Munoz, Therese Lorentz, Fr. Piotr, and Angela Goetschel at the Pikes Peak Center
Brittany Keas Munoz, Therese Lorentz, Fr. Piotr, and Angela Goetschel at the Pikes Peak Center
RLGeorge.Studio Table and Our Lady of Fatima
RLGeorge.Studio Table and Our Lady of Fatima
Day with Roy Schoeman -  St. Patrick Church in Colorado Springs
Day with Roy Schoeman - St. Patrick Church in Colorado Springs
Nuno and Anna from Portugal - Nuno's grandfather was a best friend with Francisco, the Fatima visionary
Nuno and Anna from Portugal - Nuno's grandfather was a best friend with Francisco, the Fatima visionary
Archbishop Auza
Archbishop Auza
Elena and Fr. Kolencherry
Elena and Fr. Kolencherry
Book Sales
Book Sales
Tony Melendez in Concert
Tony Melendez in Concert
Our Lady of Grace
Our Lady of Grace
Priest Appreciation Dinner
Priest Appreciation Dinner

 

Mission Statement

The St. Thomas Aquinas Society is a non-profit religious organization whose purpose is to promote the Truths of our Catholic Faith as taught by Rome, the Magisterium and to promote prayer and Eucharistic Adoration. We are excited about our Faith and want to share it. The more we know about our Faith, the more we will love our Faith. Love of our Faith will then issue forth in charitable works. We hold Our Blessed Mother in high esteem. We love her, honor her and encourage devotion to her as the Mother of God.

Declaration

The St. Thomas Aquinas Society promotes Jesus' Real Presence in the Blessed Sacrament. We believe that faith in and respect for Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament, the Holy Eucharist, is particularly critical at this time in history. Too many have been willing to give up this great truth. 

The Society has a two-fold approach: prayer and education. The ministry, which consists primarily of the spiritual works of mercy, has been dynamic and life-changing. In our sin-weary world, we are called to continue the valuable work of bringing the light of Jesus Christ into the darkness.

The Society's website is entrusted to the Most Precious Blood of Jesus and pays tribute to His Passion that gives us new life here on earth and eternal life with Him in heaven.  In times when denied the separate species, we believe it important to remember that the host consumed at Mass is the body, blood, soul and divinity of our merciful Lord Jesus Christ.

The St. Thomas Aquinas Society celebrates the accomplishments over the years which have given glory to God and which have permitted His grace to abound. This history is exciting to us and we hope to you as well. Won'’t you please consider assisting us in these great spiritual works of mercy? We need your financial help.

May God bless you a hundredfold for your generosity to the St. Thomas Aquinas Society!

Goals of the Society

To promote the teachings of the Roman Catholic Faith through:

  • free distribution of educational materials
  • free conferences
  • free lectures
  • retreats
  • seminars
  • books, video and audio recordings

To promote prayer and Eucharistic Adoration

Bishop Fulton Sheen rightly observed, "There are not over a hundred people in the United States who hate the Catholic Church. There are millions, however, who hate what they wrongly believe to be the Catholic Church -- which is, of course, quite a different thing."

Objectives of the Society

The goals of the St. Thomas Aquinas Society will be achieved through the following objectives:

  • Retreat days dedicated to prayerful reflection and education in our Catholic Faith.
  • Healing Masses dedicated to those in need of healing in mind, body, and spirit.
  • Conferences dedicated to education about the wonders of our Catholic Faith and what it means to practice our faith through love and caring for others.
  • Promotion of faith education in our Catholic schools. Through such programs we hope to assist our schools with the understanding of the importance of Jesus in our lives, what it means to live our lives consistent with the teachings of our Savior, and why we hold Our Blessed Mother, Mary, in such high esteem as the Mother of God.
  • Provide an education web site.
  • Provide a Youth Outreach program.
  • Provide resources for Home Schooling families.
  • Build, rent, or purchase facilities to support retreats and conferences, house administrative offices, provide a resource center for home schooling, and an activity center for outreach programs.

Pillars of Success

 

"Unless souls are saved, nothing is saved;  there can be no world peace unless there is soul peace.  World wars are only projections of the conflicts waged inside the souls of modern men, for nothing happens in the external world that has not first happened within a soul."

This quote from Peace of Soul by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen clearly indicates man's need.  Man is composed of body and soul.  We see many organizations which have been founded to take care of the physical needs of the body.  These organizations are a great blessing to individuals and to communities.  But each man also has a soul that needs equal attention.  Our purpose is to nourish the soul.

Read more: Pillars of Success

Beginnings

The St. Thomas Aquinas Society began in June of 1991 when Therese Lorentz woke up one morning with the name St. Thomas Aquinas Society in her mind and an understanding to start a prayer group. Discerning the meaning of this name, it was decided that the St. Thomas Aquinas Society would have a twofold focus of prayer and education. Having St. Thomas Aquinas for a patron saint represented a straightforward approach to our Catholic Faith.

At that time, Therese Lorentz wrote to the Ordinary of the Diocese of Colorado Springs, Bishop Richard Hanifen, to inform him of her intentions to start a prayer group. Rev. John Slattery, then Vicar General, acknowledged Therese's letter on behalf of Bishop Hanifen.

Though the scope of the Society was not fully understood in its beginnings, a decision was made that all spiritual events of the Society would be offered without a required fee so that no one would ever be excluded. All funds for these events are raised through donations and the fund raising efforts of the membership.

It was also decided that membership would have no required fee or obligation. It is clearly recognized that St. Thomas Aquinas Society is for the variety of membership in the Mystical Body of Christ. Members of the Society are composed of those persons who wish to assist the work of the Society through the first and most important pillar of strength which is prayer; through time and talent shared; and through financial support, when possible.

Those who have supported the Society in any of the above mentioned areas of participation are considered by the Society as Members and are remembered in the prayers of the Society.

Name the Speakers

Speakers of the highest calibre have participated in our conferences. They have come from all over the world, from countries including; Poland, Peru, Hong Kong, Portugal, Thailand, Ireland, Trinidad and Tobago, Russia, and Croatia.

Read more: Name the Speakers