On May 11, 2020, it is with great joy and anticipation that we are looking forward to resuming public Masses at St. Teresa Church.
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Also, over the next several weeks, we are planning to have Eucharistic Processions in the neighborhoods surrounding our parish.
Click here for a map of this week’s procession route.
Welcome to St. Teresa!
Fostering spiritual growth through prayer, liturgy, education, and service
St. Teresa Catholic Church is a parish with a long history, but a youthful soul. We’ve been around since 1926, but each Sunday our pews are filled with young adults and growing families, worshipping alongside faithful, long-time parishioners. Our patron, St. Teresa the Little Flower, keeps us young as well. Her faithfulness, joy, and child-like trust in Jesus' Divine Mercy show us that holiness is within the reach of ordinary people. We’re here to help you reach it.
We will have Saturday confessions from 1:30 to 3 PM.
Monday – Saturday at 7:00 am
CONFESSION / ROSARY
Eve of First Fridays: 6:30-7:00 pm
Before Daily Masses (except Holy Days)
Monday – Saturday at 7:50am
Parish Family Rosary - Thursdays 7:00 pm
We celebrate the sacred rites of our Catholic Faith with reverence and intention. We offer prayer and devotion outside of the sacraments so that every day you can spend time with and find refuge in God’s grace. We offer faith formation and gatherings to unite us as a community and meaningful ways to serve the community at large. All devotions take place in the church.
May 31st: Message From Fr. HottovyMay 29, 2020
May 30th Eucharistic ProcessionMay 27, 2020
May 23rd Eucharistic ProcessionMay 22, 2020
May 22nd: Message From Fr. HottovyMay 22, 2020
May 15th: Message From Fr. HottovyMay 15, 2020
Corrections to Weekend ScheduleMay 13, 2020
May 16th Eucharistic ProcessionMay 13, 2020
Mass Update from Fr. HottovyMay 8, 2020
May 9th Eucharistic Procession and MoreMay 6, 2020
Download: May 2nd Eucharistic Procession MapApril 30, 2020
St. Teresa Parish Life
At St. Teresa, we are blessed to be a vibrant Catholic parish where parishioners come together to build community and live their Catholic faith. Check in here regularly to see photos of what's new at St. Teresa.