Click here for the Holy Week & Easter Schedule

The 10:30am Mass on Sunday is being livestreamed each week.  Click here to watch live, or to view the Mass after it has ended.  (The video becomes visible as Mass begins.  You need not join Facebook to see it.)

Click here to read Bishop Barres' Letter for Easter 2023.

Masks are no longer required to be worn at parish events.  Parishioners should do what they judge best for their health in terms of mask-wearing and social distancing.  Please continue to show sensitivity to others who may not yet be completely comfortable coming to church, especially since there is no guarantee that everyone in attendance has been fully vaccinated.

Fr. Tony has not sent any emails asking parishioners for help with a request, or for money or gift cards or anything similar.  If you receive an email like this, it is not from Fr. Tony.  Delete it and do not reply.


At the Church (24 Westminster Rd.):
Saturday at 5:00PM
Sunday at 9:00AM, 10:30AM, 12:00PM, 6:00PM
At the Chapel (Hempstead Ave. & Nassau Blvd.):
Sunday at 7:30AM, 9:30AM, 11:00AM, 12:30PM
Monday through Friday at 7:00AM in the Lower Church (Lent)
Monday through Saturday at 9:00AM in the Lower Church



Saturdays from 4:00PM to 5:00PM
in the Main Church

  • St. Thomas the Apostle Statue
  • Church Painting
  • Blessed Virgin Mary at Chapel
  • Newly commissioned altar servers.
  • Church Main Altar Easter 2018
  • Easter at the Chapel
  • Easter Vigil 2018

Welcome to the St. Thomas the Apostle web site...

Browse this site for information on parish activities and to learn how you can become an active, or more active, part of our parish family through prayer, fellowship and service.



Living Trees Update
“Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’’ Matthew 25:40 Thank you to all who helped our Living Trees bloom with corporal and spiritual Works of Mercy.  This year, Human Services was able to provide 29 f...

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First Saturday Devotion
Our Lady of Fatima Communion of Reparation First Saturday Devotion   Join the Legion of Mary and the Divine Mercy Ministry as we make an Act of Reparation for the offenses and blasphemies committed against the Immaculate Heart of Mary.   Saturday, April 1 9:00am Mass in the...

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Holy Week and Easter Schedule
Celebrate Holy Week with St. Thomas the Apostle Parish.  We welcome you to join us for as many of these special celebrations as you can:   PALM (PASSION) SUNDAY MASSES (April 2) Saturday (April 1) at Church: 5:00pm Sunday at Church: 9:00am, 10:30am*, 12:00pm, & 6:00pm Sunday a...

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Bereavement Support Ministry
The Bereavement Support Ministry offers a safe place to bare the pain of losing a loved one.  Our group provides support and hope for anyone who has lost a spouse, a child, parent, or friend as they learn to adapt to their loss.  By joining a support group, the bereaved will feel a sense o...

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Easter Lily Dedications
The Youth Program invites all our Parish & Youth Group Families to purchase a lily plant in the “Celebration of Easter” as part of the Easter floral display.  A special dedication label will be placed on each lily before it is picked up from the Church/Chapel sanctuary.  A ...

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Diocese of Rockville Centre Chapter 11

Information regarding the deadlines for filing proofs of claim in the Diocese’s chapter 11 case and the forms to use can be found by clicking on the following link to the Diocese’s bankruptcy website and scrolling down the page:

Electronic Giving

Diocesan Text to Give Program

With the current health crisis affecting so many of our parishioners we thank all those who are keeping up their support. For all those who are not able to do so, our prayers are with you that you will be restored to fiscal health as our nation recovers its physical health.
Faith Direct offers a safe and secure means of supporting our parish. For those who do not use Faith Direct, our Diocese has developed its own Text to Give Program.  
Here’s how it’s done:
Text keyword 063parishstthomas to (516)271-3338
Anyone with a mobile phone with the ability to text can participate in this effort. 
Parishioners will be able to use a credit card and even set up a recurring donation.  Funds for our parish will be received into an account and the diocese will keep track of our parish’s individual donations.  At the end of the month, our parish’s account will be credited with the donations received.
I tried it myself, and it went smoothly – and the donor receives an email receipt. There is a small transaction donation which is optional.
Please consider using this safe and secure method while we are not able to celebrate together in person – but always in spirit!
Msgr. Frank Maniscalco

Click here to learn more about using Faith Direct.


Catholic Daily Readings

Friday of the Fifth Week of Lent
Reading 1 Jer 20:10-13
Responsorial Psalm Ps 18:2-3a, 3bc-4, 5-6, 7
Gospel Jn 10:31-42

Infant Baptism

If you would like to register your baby for baptism, please call the Parish Office at 516-489-8585.  More information about infant baptism at St. Thomas is available by clicking here.  If you have already signed up, click here to fill out the online information form. 



Church Bell Dedication


The carillon bells of St. Thomas the Apostle Church ring daily as a reminder that God’s voice is calling us…They can also be rung (with some exceptions) for your special occasions such as a birthday or anniversary, or in memory of a loved one. 

CLICK HERE for a list of upcoming dedications and more information.

Ask the Pastor

Our Pastor, Fr. Tony will answer your questions in this newly created forum.  Parishioners can submit their questions using an online form, and selected questions will be answered and posted on this web site. Subject areas for questions might include the Catholic Faith, Scripture, Christian Living, History or Current Events.  Click "Read more..."



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The Catholic Ministries Appeal for 2022 has begun...
If you have given in the past, we thank you for your generosity and hope that you will donate again.  If you have not given in recent years, please consider making a gift this year as so many of our neighbors are in need.

Once we reach our goal our parish will receive back a percentage of the total donated. In the past our parish has exceeded our goal and received a meaningful rebate to help fund programs right here in our parish.