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Welcome

Welcome to the Saint Thomas Academy Mothers' Club! The mission of the Mothers' Club is to further the interests of Saint Thomas Academy and to encourage and nurture a cooperative spirit among parents, sons, faculty, and administration. While every mother and guardian is a member, your financial contribution allows us to support and staff more than 50 events throughout the school year. Visit our sub-pages to the left/below to learn more.


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Faculty/Staff Gift Donations

Christmas is a wonderful time of year to show appreciation and gratitude to the staff at Saint Thomas Academy for the commitment and care they provide to the Cadets every day! Traditionally, a monetary gift is given to the 100+ staff members from the parent community. This is made possible by the generosity of STA families, and the effort is coordinated by Mothers' Club volunteers. Please consider making a donation this year to thank the amazing staff at the Academy, and join as a community to wish them all a very Merry Christmas!

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STA Christmas Ornament 2017 Online Order Form

These luxury Christmas baubles are made of fine English bone china and decorated with genuine gold. Handcrafted by Kina Ceramics in Oxford, UK.
Ornaments are $20 each and may be picked up at the Mother/Son Mass & Brunch on December 3. Alternatively, ornaments may be picked up in the Main Office after December 3.
x $20.00

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Prayer is used in a multitude of ways: to seek comfort, make a request, ask for guidance, heal and restore, express sorrow, celebrate joy or give thanks. At its most elemental level, with everything else stripped away, praying is simply talking to someone (importantly, someone who’s always happy to listen).

A prayer chain is a group of individuals who’ve decided to pray together. This theoretically amplifies the power of prayer.

Praying as a group also fulfills another of our basic human needs: to connect, both with a power greater than ourselves and with one another.

We would be happy to pray for your request. Use the section below to tell us about your request. ~ Angela Budzius & Carrie Mathews