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Easter Triduum Liturgies – All Are Welcome


Holy Thursday 7:30 PM followed by an optional time for adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Good Friday 12 Noon

Easter Vigil 8 PM

All services will be held in the Livezy Chapel, where we usually have Mass.


Wednesday, March 21

 Due to weather conditions, This evening’s Lenten service is cancelled.  There is no Lenten service on March 28.

Saturday, December 30 Announcement:

Due to the anticipated slippery conditions, This evening’s Liturgy is cancelled.  We are sorry for any inconvenience, but the safety of our parishioners is of utmost importance.

Christmas Celebration

Come join us for Mass on Christmas Eve at 11:30 PM in the main worship space. There is plenty of room for parking and you are most welcome to join us in celebrating the coming of Christ among us at this most solemn and blessed of times.

Feast Day, Let’s Celebrate!

Join us on Saturday, June 24th as we celebrate the feast day of St.
Thomas More with a special Mass and a time of fellowship afterwards. All (and we really mean it) are welcome.

Easter Triduum

HOLY THURSDAY: Thursday, April 13th at 6:30 PM in the Main worship space. Simple dinner followed by the service.
GOOD FRIDAYFriday, April 14th at 12:00 PM in the Founder’s Chapel
Easter VigilSaturday, April 15th at 8:00 PM in the Main worship space


Saturday, April 8th at 5 PM in the Livezy Chapel

Christmas Celebration

 Our Christmas Liturgy takes place on Christmas Eve at 11PM at the main altar of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.


The Call, the online magazine of the ANCC

The American National Catholic Church (ANCC) is pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of 
The Call, an online magazine of the American National Catholic Church.  The Call appears four times a year.  Read it at www.ANCCTheCall.org

Advent Readings

Want to do something extra to prepare spiritually for the great feast of Christmas? Join us at St. Thomas More for evening prayer, followed by a discussion of the Psalms of the Office each Tuesday evening at 7 PM, starting on Tuesday, November 29, and ending December 20.
As always, all are welcome. We will meet in the Common Room of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, entrance through the church office door.


Please join us for our Thanksgiving Mass on Tuesday, November 22nd, as we gather in gratitude for all our blessings and in anticipation of the Thanksgiving Holiday. Mass will start promptly at 7 PM. 
As always—all are welcome to attend.

Fourth Anniversary Celebration! – September 24th

Come join us as we celebrate our fourth anniversary as a parish.  We will be joined by the Most Rev. George R. Lucey, FCM, our Presiding Bishop, and Rev. Fr. Geety Reyes, FCM, the Chancellor of the American National Catholic Church, who will celebrate the Eucharist.  Following the Liturgy, we will have refreshments and fellowship.



Christmas Season

Christmas Eve Mass at 11 PM
Solemnity of Mary the Mother of God: December 31st at 5 PM
All services to be held on the grounds of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Parking available on site.

Easter Season

We truly had a Holy Week! Our ecumenical services for Holy Thursday and Good Friday were truly meaningful and prayerful occasions for all who attended. It is always a blessing to pray together with St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and St. John’s Lutheran!
Join us as we continue to celebrate the Easter season with Mass each Saturday at 5 PM.
Holy Week Schedule
Palm Sunday (3/28/2015) 5 PM
Holy Thursday (4/2/2015) Ecumenical service with St. Paul’s Episcopal and St. John’s Lutheran begins at 6:30 PM with a Seder.
Good Friday (4/3/2015) at Noon. Joint service with St. Paul’s Episcopal.
Easter Vigil (4/4/2015) starts at 8:00 PM.
All services to be held on the grounds of St. Paul’s Episcopal church. Parking available on site.
Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve
Mass on Christmas Eve will be at 10:00 PM
bring a friend! We will celebrate the Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God on December 31st at 5 PM.
ANCC National Friendship Sunday
(03/04/14) The ANCC has designated April 27th —the day on which Blessed John XXII,

The Call’s

patron, will be canonized—as Friendship Sunday.  It’s a day in which parishioners in all of ANCC churches are encouraged to bring a friend to Mass and to invite both their local community and their social media friends to share the Eucharist.

ANCC Launches 2014 Daily Lenten Online Retreat

(03/01/14)  The ANCC invites you to journey with us through the Season of Lent for an online retreat. Each day, there will be a reading from the scriptures taken from the readings of the day and a unique reflection, and an action step that you can take to walk more closely in the footsteps of Christ.  Participate in the 

Lenten Retreat

ANCC Launches Online Quarterly Magazine

(03/05/14) The American National Catholic Church (ANCC) is pleased to announce the publication of the second issue of

The Call, an online magazine of the American National Catholic Church.  The Call will appear four times a year.  It can be accessed at www.ANCCTheCall.org


Presiding Bishop Issues Statement on NJ Marriage Equality

(11/04/13) Bishop George R. Lucey, FCM has issued a statement on marriage equality coming to the Garden State. You can see the press release



ANCC Welcomes Former Roman Catholic Priest

(09/17/13) The American National Catholic Church is excited to announce the incardination of Fr. John Mollish, former Roman Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Washington, DC. You can see the press release



Anniversary Mass & Reception

(08/29/13) Join us on Saturday, Sept. 7th as we celebrate our First Anniversary as the parish community of St. Thomas More ANCC. The celebration will begin with an outdoor Mass at 5:00pm (weather permitting) with a light reception with cake and beverages to follow. All are welcome to this wonderful celebration in the life of the parish. Guests are invited to bring lawn chairs! You can read the press release



Presiding Bishop Visits Philadelphia Parish

(06/10/13) On Saturday, June 15th, Bishop George Lucey, FCM, Presiding Bishop of the American National Catholic Church will be traveling to St. Thomas More ANCC for his annual episcopal visitation of the parish. Bishop Lucey will be celebrate mass on Saturday, June 15th at 5:00pm for the parish community. You can read the press release 



ANCC Announces New Parish in Philadelphia

(8/22/12) The American National Catholic Church is launching its first parish in Pennsylvania. St. Thomas More American National Catholic Church will serve the greater Philadelphia area under the leadership of Mother Phyllis McHugh. You can see the press release 



ANCC Incardinates First Female Priest

(8/22/12) The American National Catholic Church announces the incardination of Rev. Phyllis McHugh as a priest ministering within the church. Mother Phyllis is the first female priest within the ANCC. You can see the press release