The Catholic Church with a history spanning the last 2000+ years has a wealth of knowledge and spiritual teaching to explore. Below you will find links to a number of fantastic online resources to help answer your questions about Catholicism and inspire your spiritual life. Formed is an online platform of Catholic video and audio content to help inform and inspire. Word on Fire is the apostolate of Bishop Robert Baron and has intelligent and current reflections and videos. Our friends over at Dynamic Catholic are leading the push to revitalize the Catholic Church in America with books, videos, and reflections sure to encourage you. Ascension Presents produces some of the best video content to motivate your daily faith life. Also check out the Archdiocese and the Vatican webpages, as well as a few pages we put together exploring the history of Catholicism and many of our most commonly heard questions here at the parish. Finally you’ll see a link to an online searchable Catechism of the Catholic Church. This is a great resource to search if you have a question about what the Church teaches on numerous topics.

Saint Thomas More has a process for those wanting to become a Catholic; this process is called the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (R.C.I.A.).  For more information on R.C.I.A. please visit our “Becoming Catholic” page for more information.


Homeschool Ministry – Do you currently homeschool your children? If so, join the new STM Homeschool Ministry. As church teaching consistently affirms the right of parents to provide for the faith formation and religious education of their children, this ministry aims to support parents in this mission. Through catechesis, lessons, Mass, activities, crafts, and gatherings, homeschool families can grow together as a community. For more information, email Alexandra Montano.
Faithful Citizenship – Join the Faithful Citizenship ministry as we discuss the definition and limitations of politics itself, leading through a range of different responses, from Aristotle to modern political thinkers. Then, we will review current legislation, the upcoming caucus, and how the Catholic Church is calling us to respond.  Please email Melissa Ogburn for more information.
40 Days for Life – Pray and fast for an end to abortion by signing up for one or more days in the Information cove. For more information on any of these events click here.
Bereavement Support Group – The process of grieving a loved one is different for everyone. It is normal to feel lost, confused, or alone as your world has forever changed. We invite you to join this eleven-week facilitated series designed to help you cope with the pain of your loss. For more information or to register, please call or text Nancy Kopp at 720.352.9733 or send an email.
Respect Life – Be part of this important mission to promote respect for the dignity and sanctity of all human life. You may choose from many activities which include Rosaries prayed at an abortion clinic and at STM to end abortion, participate in the Pro-Life March on the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, help set up the display of white crosses on the parish campus, and other parishes and attend special events for religious freedom. Click here for more information. 
Walking with Moms In Need – Check out this wonderful resource for parents, especially moms, who need support, assistance, and resources.  Keep an eye on the bulletins for more information or click here
Friends of Maggie Court Care Packages – There are several trials coming up with young victims of sex trafficking testifying in Arapahoe and Denver counties, including seven victims for one trial. We are creating Court Care packages to help ease their anxiety. If you would like to help out.  For more information, email Irene & Phil.
STM Stitchers – The stitchers are looking for new members to join their ministry where they knit, crochet, sew, laugh, and love.  Email the group for more information.
Run with Saints – Run with Saints is a community-building website for faithful Catholics. Inspired by the belief that an individual’s spiritual, intellectual, and moral formation is better served in friendship with faithful peers and mentors.  Visit their website and sign up today!