Easter Announcements

Dear Parishioners, We hope this finds you well during Holy Week! Two things have been set out in the vestibule for you to take home: Hand-held candles (for observation of the Easter Vigil), and missalettes. We encourage you to take both in order to make the most out of the time that we do not have public Masses available to …

The Fatima Project: April 13-October 13

Please join the St. Teresa Parish Family in a seventh month pilgrimage to a Spiritual Fatima. The Fatima Project Brochure Please join the St. Teresa Parish Family in a seventh month pilgrimage to a Spiritual Fatima. The Fatima Project Brochure

Homily for the Fifth Sunday of Lent (March 29, 2020)

Fr. Hottovy “I am the resurrection and the life” These words of Jesus from today’s gospel seem particularly ironic when America now has the most confirmed cases of coronavirus in the world and our country’s death toll is over 2,200 and quickly increasing.  But the fact of the matter is that as we face very challenging days ahead these words …

Announcements: March 31, 2020

This week, a Children’s Mass has been scheduled to be streamed at 8:15am on Tuesday March 31st. All are invited, and school children are particularly encourage to participate. Terri Schilmoeller will provide music, and Sr. Mary Cecilia will read the readings. Confessions will be offered in the church: Tuesday, March 31st from 6-7pm Wednesday, April 1st from 6:30-7am Thursday, April …

The Pastor’s Homily – March 19, 2020

Homily for the Solemnity of St. Joseph                          March 19, 2020 Today we celebrate the Solemnity of St. Joseph, guardian of the Holy Family and protector of the Universal Church.  His feast day comes at a providential time as we continue to navigate the challenges of the Coronavirus locally and worldwide.  St. Joseph was a man of faith, trust in God and …

Fr. Hottovy Shares Renewed Parish Vision

At the October 26-27 weekend Masses, Fr. Hottovy shared a renewed parish vision and plans to move from a silent to a parish-wide capital campaign. Father reminded parishioners that it is everyone’s responsibility to develop and maintain our campus and to build on what the founding parishioners entrusted to us. By utilizing our individual skills, time, and treasure, our sacrifices …

Give Thanks, Have Your Bread or Pies Blessed at Thanksgiving Day Masses.

For most of us, Thanksgiving is a time to gather around the table with family and friends. We invite you to begin your holiday at the Lord’s table at a special Thanksgiving Day Mass. In addition to giving thanks to God, parishioners are invited to bring bread, wine, pies, or other food items that they will later share with family …

New Relics Available for Veneration

Many thanks to the St. Teresa Altar Society who donated six beautiful reliquaries for veneration at our parish. The six reliquaries are displayed in the side chapels and include the relics of St. Jude Thaddeus (the Apostle), St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, St. Margaret Mary Alacoque, St. Pius X, St. Philip Neri, St. Gregory the Great, the True Cross, and the …

Emmaus Institute Offers Four New Courses for Winter Term

The Emmaus Institute for Biblical Studies will offer four new courses in its winter term, beginning Dec 2nd. Discover how both Testaments inform our understanding of the Church; explore Genesis 12 through Exodus 40 in our ongoing Journey through the Bible; meet our Blessed Mother as revealed in the Old and New Testaments; or discover the beauty and genius of …