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Quotes from St. Thomas Aquinas

Friendship is the source of the greatest pleasures, and without friends even the most agreeable pursuits become tedious.

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Welcome to St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church

You have entered a place of refuge and comfort,
    you are welcome to unburden your soul.
You have entered a place of love and safety,
    you are welcome as you are.  There are no conditions.
You have entered a place of hope and longing,
    you are welcome to let your Spirit soar.

Welcome to the official site for St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, Hattiesburg, Mississippi.

We are proud to serve the parishioners of Hattiesburg, as well as serving the educational community at the University of Southern Mississippi.

Saint Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, enriched by our resident and university community and empowered by the Spirit, strives to live a Christ centered life and proclaim the Gospel message of Jesus Christ through Worship, Sacrament and Community Service.

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Divine Mercy Sunday

Divine Mercy Sunday is April 27th. There will be a Divine Mercy Holy Hour here at St. Thomas at 3:00 PM. The Divine Mercy Novena began on Good Friday, and will continue each day after Mass and will end on Mercy Sunday with the Holy Hour Service. There are pamphlets at the tables and counters around the church which contain the novena and Divine Mercy chaplet.


Heartfelt thanks to the more than 130 people who committed to Lenten Adoration. There will be No Adoration on Easter Monday. Regular hours of 2:00 – 9:00 PM will resume April 28th.

Kolbe Center Seminar

On May 3rd from 7:00PM – 8:00PM, and May 4th from 10:00AM – 1:00PM, St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, 1026 Center Ave., Wiggins will host a Kolbe Center Seminar. The speakers show how 21st century natural science has refuted the challenge mounted against Catholic doctrine of creation, and, why it is imperative that Catholics restore and defend Catholic doctrine of creation to transform the culture of death into a culture of life. Details: Brandon Bosarge, 228-596-1131.

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