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Catholica Omnia was started on May 8, 2008 as the Thomas Pringle Vocation Blog, to depict the life of a Catholic seminarian. Upon leaving seminary formation in 2010, Thomas broadened the blog’s perspective to cover news and events important to Catholics in the United States.

Thomas is a member of the class of 2006 from Olympia High School in Windermere, Florida and has attended Valencia Community College, where he obtained his Associate of Arts degree in General Studies and St. John Vianney College Seminary in Miami, Florida. Thomas is a graduate of the University of Central Florida, receiving a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Public Administration. He is also proud to be a fourth degree member of the Knights of Columbus and a member of the National Association of Pastoral Musicians.

In November 2012, Thomas was invited by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) to participate in a dialogue with bishops about how the Catholic Church can utilize social and new media to share the Catholic story to those individuals active on social networking sites. The “Encounter with Social Media: Bishops and Bloggers Dialogue” took place before the 2012 Fall General Assembly of the USCCB in Baltimore, Maryland.

Thomas currently serves as Administrative Coordinator at Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Sun City Center, Florida in the Diocese of St. Petersburg. He is responsible for executing all communication efforts at the parish, including producing the weekly bulletin, implementing the use of social media, broadening the use of email marketing, and disseminating information about upcoming events at the parish to local media sources. Working with diocesan officials, the pastor, parish staff, and volunteers, Thomas is also responsible for the coordination of all stewardship efforts at Prince of Peace, including ensuring the parish’s success of the Diocese of St. Petersburg Annual Pastoral Appeal, serving as liaison for the various ministries and groups involved at the parish, and coordinating all major events and activities sponsored by the parish.

If you would like to contact Thomas, please email tom@thomaspringle.com, visit http://www.thomaspringle.com, or utilize any of the social media links below.

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Thomas has been interviewed on several occasions by the Florida Catholic newspaper for articles concerning Vocations and the use of social media.

The Florida Catholic

Thomas has also written an article for the Florida Catholic newspaper on Vocations. The article, entitled Tremendous hope’ at weekend featured a reflection on a Vocations Awareness Weekend held at St. John Vianney College Seminary in 2009.

In 2012, Thomas was interviewed by the Huffington Post regarding the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ efforts to raise public awareness about the Obama Administration’s controversial HHS Mandate. The interview was included in an article written by Jaweed Kaleem and can be found here: Health Care Ruling Prompts Catholic Bishops To Amp Up Efforts Against Contraception Mandate.

Media Inquiries: To schedule interviews or obtain statements from Thomas, please contact tom@thomaspringle.com

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**Disclaimer: This website and all the pages found within are not sponsored by the Diocese of St. Petersburg or Prince of Peace Catholic Church. All opinions and statements found on this site and its pages are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Diocese of St. Petersburg, Bishop Robert N. Lynch, or Prince of Peace Catholic Church.

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