7 classes taught by Gabriel Castillo. Free and open to the public.
Thursdays in April and May
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
In the Community Center
Clear and Concise teaching on very important topics including:
The Existence of God, Jesus Christ, Basic Apologetics, Mary, sin and grace, Baptism, Confirmation, Confession, the Eucharist, and human sexuality.
If you would like to take this for adult confirmation please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the closing hours of the night, while most people are at home sleeping, a growing number of people are praying in a monthly powerhouse Eucharistic centered all-night Vigil every First Friday in the Church. The Vigil, which draws worshippers from all over the Archdiocese begins Friday at 9 p.m.Read More»
Deposit Deadline April 30, 2013
Pastor, St. Theresa Parish
The day includes adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, preached meditations, time for private prayer, and the opportunity for confession.
Babysitting is available by advance appointment. Please contact Joan Jacobson at email@example.com for more information.
Free Child Care is Available IF you RSVP by Wednesday May 15th.
RSVP at www.catholicdatenight.net
Join us for Date Night the second Friday of every month at 7:00 PM in the Community Center. If you have been looking for a way to get out for a nice evening and share your faith then this is the event you have been looking for. We will have excellent dinner, drinks fellowship, and an opportunity to learn and discuss the reasons we are Catholic. The cost is $10 per person (pay at the door). Any and all adults are welcome. Dates are not necessary. This is just an opportunity to have a good meal and a good time.
Is Date Night for couples or for singles?
Both. Date Night is for adults. We just call it Date Night, because it is a chance for people to get out of the house and have a good time.
Is Date Night only for Catholics?
No. We are going to be experiencing the beauty and richness of the Catholic faith, but this is open to anybody who is open to it.
Is Date Night only for St. Theresa Parishioners?
No. Feel free to bring friends from other parishes… provided you RSVP.
Do I need to have a date?
No. Many people come alone.
Why must I RSVP?
Dinner is prepared from scratch and we want to provide the best experience possible. Be kind… RSVP.
Learn about the Creed w/ Ben George
During the Year of Faith, Fr. Reynolds will be joining six other priests in providing a daily homily at Catholic.org. His assigned day is Monday. The link to the homilies is http://www.catholic.org/homily/yearoffaith/
The homily for the feast of St. Teresa of Avila is available at the link below.
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The video is from the second stop on our trip. After visiting the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Little Flower in San Antonio, we were able to spend time at this beautiful painted church. We had a large crowd of over 300 pilgrims and we took 6 buses. There are still a few more places we plan on going during this year of faith and we hope you can join us on our next trip.Read More»
Early registration is $25 per person if received by Oct. 16.$30 if received after.
Classes begin Tuesday Oct. 30 7PM in the community center.
Classes Meet Every Tuesday (Except Holidays) for 20 sessions.
Turn in a check to the front office then email firstname.lastname@example.org w/ subject “Church History” .
OR turn in the form below with your check .