Welcome to St. Thomas the Apostle Parish

Located in East Norwalk, CT





Our History:


On May 1, 1935, Most Reverend Maurice F. McAuliffe, Bishop of the Diocese of Hartford, which included the entire State of Connecticut, established the Parish of St. Thomas the Apostle in East Norwalk with Reverend Thomas J. Sullivan appointed as the first pastor. Under Father Sullivan's guidance, the newly-formed parish began holding services on Sunday, May 5, 1935, in the auditorium of Roger Ludlow Junior High School.  The boundaries of the parish were roughly described as Long Island Sound on the South, Norwalk River on the West, Westport Avenue on the North and the Town of Westport on the East.  The new Parish numbered about 900 parishioners who were former members of St. Mary and St. Joseph churches. For eight decades now, St. Thomas Church in East Norwalk, CT, has been a beacon of hope, faith and love for many, many faithful parishioners and their families. Today, numbering over 1450 families we are a community of believers in Jesus Christ striving to proclaim the Gospel in word and deed. Through worship, evangelization, formation and service we invite our brothers and sisters to know the Lord.


We invite you to join us for our Sunday Liturgies, ongoing catechetical, educational and social activities as we all strive to discover new ways of sharing faith in our Lord Jesus Christ. 


The following will meet in the Toomey Room:

Tuesday, October 24, 7pm ~

State of the Parish

Wednesday, October 25, 7pm ~

Bible Study with Fr. Mirek

Thursday, October 26, 6:30pm ~

Philosophy Lecture & Dinner with Fr. Mirek


In the Church Parking Lot:

Saturday, October 28, 2pm ~

3rd Annual Trunk or Treat





Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Project:


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Collection week of filled shoeboxes and items copntinues...


From children to seniors, people pack shoebox gifts each year to bless children in need around the world.

Shoeboxes are packed for ages 2-4, 5-9 and 10-14

Often the older children are harder to pack for and we would like to focus on them.  Here are some suggestions:

Girls ages 10-14: fabric, sewing scissors, thread and needles, small reusable plastic containers packed with safety pins, flashlight and batteries, stick deodorant, chapstick, hair accessories, school supplies, toothbrush, washcloths, water bottle, bar soap, socks and flip flops. Always include a WOW gift!

Boys ages 10-14: hammer, tape measure, bungee cords, screw drivers, flashlight and batteries, stick deodorant, socks, school supplies, toothbrush, washcloths, backpack/carry bag, water bottle, bar soap, rope,  pliers, work gloves, and flip flops.  

Always include a WOW gift!


NO type of candy or tootpaste can be included in shoebox gifts however, a child’s oral hygiene can still be improved by regular use of a toothbrush alone.


The collection bin for items is in the Church at the Rectory side entrance or in the Religious Formation Office!


Amazon Smile:


St. Thomas has joined Amazon Smile! Amazon Smile is a way to shop on Amazon for all of your favorites while supporting our church at the same time!


There is no additional cost for you to join. When shopping, products will be marked "Eligible for Amazon Smile donation" on their product detail pages. This means that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to our Parish.


To get started go to http://smile.amazon.com/ and search for St. Thomas The Apostle Roman Catholic Church Corporation in Norwalk, CT. Once you choose to support us, all of your eligible purchases will contribute to our Parish! Now you can feel good about your purchases knowing they are helping St. Thomas!




Are you tired of using old-fashioned envelopes? Would you like to make sure your weekly donation helps your parish even if you're away? We can now accept your donation through your Credit or Debit Card! You can also donate electronically from your checking or savings account! Easy online account setup!

Please click here for more information.








Rectory Office Hours


(203) 866-3141 

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday  9am - 4pm

Friday  & Saturday  9am - 12n




Religious Formation Office


 (203) 866-1189

Sunday, 9am - 1pm,

Monday, Tuesday &  Wednesday  

10am to 2pm 

or by appointment email stthomas.lisa@gmail.com  




Masses at St. Thomas






You may stop by the Rectory during normal business hours to book additional Masses for 2017 and 2018.





    Sunday Vigil at 5:15 pm




9:00am Family Mass;

11:30am & 5:00pm



Saturdays at 4:30pm


Upcoming Events


Sunday, November 5th, 11:30am Mass will honor all members of St. Thomas who have died this past year.


Turkey & Ham Food Drive                 October 28th -                        November 19th  Weekend Drop Off OR Bring to the Food Pantry During Their Normal Business Hours.