July 31: Message From Fr. Hottovy

Dear Parishioners, This Sunday’s second reading from St. Paul to the Romans seems to speaking to us in all of the current upheavals of 2020: “What will separate us from the love of Christ?  Will anguish, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril or the sword?  No, in all these things we conquer overwhelmingly through him who …

Eucharistic Procession Compilation Map

Please see the attached flyer for a map of all of the previous Eucharistic Processions routes. May God bless you and keep you, Aubrey Eucharistic Procession Compilation Map

July 24: Message From Fr. Hottovy

Dear Saint Teresa Parishioners, I hope you are all doing well. The dispensation from Sunday Mass attendance is still in place. People who do not attend Mass in person are encouraged to participate by viewing an online or televised Mass. Our parish continues to live-stream its Saturday 4pm Mass. This can be viewed live or watched later. Those who attend …

July 17: Message From Fr. Hottovy

Dear Saint Teresa Parishioners, I hope you are all doing well. The dispensation from Sunday Mass attendance is still in place. People who do not attend Mass in person are encouraged to participate by viewing an online or televised Mass. Our parish continues to live-stream its Saturday 4pm Mass. This can be viewed live or watched later. Those who attend …

July 18th Eucharistic Procession

A Eucharistic Procession is planned for this Saturday, July 18th. It’ll begin with Prayers Against Pandemics in the church (and streamed) at 8:45am. The procession itself will begin at about 9:10 am at 34th & Cable (near 33rd & South), moving toward 27th through the South St/Franklin/Garfield/Sumner area. Please see the attached flyer for a map of the route and …

July 10: Message From Fr. Hottovy

Dear Saint Teresa Parishioners, Many of the announcements are the same this week; a few have been updated. Thanks for your patience with the repetition! For those who have a difficult time viewing the 11×17 version of the bulletin, I’ll include its announcements in the body of this e-mail. You are always welcome to contact the parish office with questions. …

July 3: Message From Fr. Hottovy

Dear Saint Teresa Parishioners, As we celebrate our great country’s independence this weekend may we courageously be the light that our nation needs so much right now. With restrictions continuing to be lifted in Lincoln, our parish’s guidelines are also changing. Parish activities are gradually opening up. The dispensation from Sunday Mass attendance is still in place. People who do …