St. Theresa's Parish
(ALSO SERVING MISSION PARISH OF ST MARGARET'S CHURCH)
Father David Kowalski, Pastor
Reverend Mr. John Kunicki, Deacon
3597 Main Street, West St. Paul, Manitoba R4A 5A2
Office - 204-339-2649
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
RAP (reserve a pew) email: email@example.com
Parish Office Summer Hours:
July & August - Wednesday
10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Pastor's Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE FROM ST THERESA'S KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS#9425 - SCHOLARSHIP FUND 2020
St Theresa's Knights of Columbus have established an annual $500 Scholarship Fund. This was set up to financially assist the youth of our Parish in their efforts to attend Secondary/Post Secondary school in Manitoba. Closing date for applications is September 1, 2020. Applications forms maybe obtained by contacting Rick Budowski: email@example.com or Art Kowalchuk: firstname.lastname@example.org
Letter to Parish
As we continue to find ways to support each other, let us remember that the church also needs support. For those families who are able, you can mail in your collection envelopes (3597 Main Street, West St Paul, MB R4A 5A2). Post-dated cheques would be acceptable. Please see link for the Pre-Authorized Debit form.
Most importantly, less us continue to pray for one another and for an end to this pandemic.
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Phone or Email to arrange pick up
St Theresa's has instituted strong procedures to disinfect all surfaces that are commonly touched, such as on the pews where your hands rest, ALL light switches, handrails, door handles and hand sanitizer is widely available throughout the church. All parishioners are asked to practice "social distancing" within the church and not to participate if feeling unwell.
Links to Spiritual Comfort During Pandemic
- Pope Francis' Litany of Supplication and the Urbi et Orbi address on COVID-19 and Jesus calming the storm.
- Pope Francis' Prayer to the Virgin Mary.
- Strong in the Face of Tribulation: The Church in Communion - a Sure Support in Time of Trial: Prayers, supplications, and the Pope’s homilies edited by the Dicastery for Communication of the Holy See.
- Decree of the Apostolic Penitentiary on the granting of special Indulgences to the faithful in the current pandemic.
- Pandemic and Universal Brotherhood: A note on COVID-19 from the Pontifical Academy for Life.
- Statement from the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops highlighting the importance of faith and prayer during this time.
- Hope, Gratitude and Solidarity: An ecumenical and interfaith message to Canadians from 80 religious leaders in Canada in response to COVID-19.
St Theresa's is looking for anyone interested in becoming a Sacristan.
A large part of the preparation for the liturgy is the responsibility of the Sacristan. A Sacristan is generally in charge of helping to prepare the environment and materials used in the Sacred Liturgy.
The Sacred Liturgy is the public event forming the very heart of the whole life of the Church. Everything that we do and are as Church leads to and flows from the liturgical celebrations in the chapel. Because of its crucial role in our journey of faith, the Sacred Liturgy is a public celebration requiring considerable behind-the-scenes preparation if it is to fulfill its function.
If you are interested, please contact the Parish Office for further details.
Livestream of the Celebration of the Holy Eucharist
Archbishop Richard Gagnon will preside at Mass at St. Mary's Cathedral on Sunday's at 11:30 am.
Catechism (including Confirmation class - Gr 8) is taught at St . Theresa's on Sunday mornings, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., for children from Kindergarten to Grade 8.
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