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about the pastor

Father Peter Seebold, DRP - Pastor - Diocese Chancellor

Peter began his journey towards the ministry when he enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1966 serving as a Hospital Corpsman with UDT 26 during the Vietnam Conflict.  After his military service, Father Pete served, as a Police Officer with the Muncy, Pa. Police Department. Those experiences aided him in furthering his career as a Private detective in Pennsylvania and Nevada for 30 years. In 2003, Father Pete began his studies in the Benedictus Theologate Seminary in Aurora, Co. He was ordained to the Deaconate in 2006 and to the Priesthood in 2007. Father Pete assumed the position of Pastor of St.Thomas Catholic Church in 2008. Father Pete received his Bachelor's Degree in Business Administrationfrom Trinity College in 1996 and Master's Degree in Business Administration in 1998. He received his Doctorate in Theology from the Evangel Christian University in 2010

Taking Jesus
as He is to people
as they are.

Understanding the Power. First: Words carry power. Solomon was clear on this issue. He told us that life and deathi

are in the power of the tongue. That was thousands of years ago. Now you read of experiments of the effects of words on water.

what we believe

A love relationship

It is paramount to our faith that we personally develop a love relationship with our Lord Jesus, not simply a theoretical or an intellectual understanding of religion. The Church is our primary dispenser of nourishment for that relationship.

Anchored in the creeds and sacraments

The faith of Christian Catholics is anchored in the historic Creeds and Sacraments of the Church. The clergy and the laity have no doubt that our faith, as confessed in the creeds, is real, true, and accurate. We believe that the Church must nourish and sustain the faith by its devoted defense of that Creedal faith. The instant the Creedal faith is compromised we cease to be Christians and Catholic and we enter into a new age of distortions. There simply can be no compromise in the belief in God or in His Son Jesus Christ our Lord, or the Holy Spirit, nor can there be any doubt as to the importance of the role of the Holy Spirit in our lives.

A forgiven people

We rejoice that we are truly members of the communion of saints, that we are forgiven, and that we have eternal life in Christ Jesus. We believe that the seven sacraments were instituted by our Lord and that the sacraments are life giving, comforting expressions of love from God to His people. The Holy Spirit, through the sacraments, is visible and discernibly active in our lives and through the sacraments, the grace of Christ Jesus is given to us by the Holy Spirit. By grace and faith we are sealed as Christ’s own, thereby, we are fed, forgiven, cleansed, and made victorious.

Baptism and the Holy Eucharist

Our Church recognizes that the sacraments are equal in importance but very special devotion is given to Baptism and the Holy Eucharist. We acknowledge one baptism for the remission of sin and the Holy Eucharist (Mass) as our supreme act of communal worship. The Mass was given its form by the Apostles, and we celebrate it now in its current form.