St. Teresa's Prayer Line
To leave a message for our Prayer Line call 203-263-2008 ext. 25 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Online Book of Hope Prayer Intentions
Catholics Coming Home
St. Teresa’s community extends an invitation to our inactive brothers and sisters to explore the possibility of coming home. St. Teresa of Avila Church welcomes you all Home. If you have any questions please call Deacon Ralph at 203-263-2008.Pope Francis said on November 24, 2013
“I invite all Christians, everywhere, at this moment, to a renewed personal encounter with Jesus Christ, or at least an openness to letting him encounter them."
Pope Francis said on November 24, 2013.
". . . it is presumptuous in me to wish to choose my path, because I cannot tell which path is best for me. I must leave it to the Lord, Who knows me, to lead me by the path which is best for me, so that in all things His will may be done.”
DEACON HORACE HAMOR
April 9, 1946-March 12, 2014
Father Jim holds up one of the many
star lanterns hanging around
Woodbury on Independence Day as part of the
Spread the Light Fundraising Appeal
for the Community Services Council of Woodbury.
Many parishioners participating in hanging the stars
up and taking them down. Here is a link to the July 4 event.
Saint Teresa’s Youth Choir
Mitchell School / Music Room
Sat., 10 am, parish office
Small Christian Community
Sat. , 11 am, parish office
MORNING MASS CANCELLATIONS
If Region 14 School District is cancelled OR DELAYED due to snow or ice we will not have Mass that morning.
For Saturday and Sunday Masses check CBS channel 3 or NBC30 channel 4 (Charter) if there is any doubt.
The Mass intentions will be moved to the next available Mass.
For more information, see this week's bulletin or our calendar.