St. Theresa's Parish


Father David Kowalski, Pastor

Reverend Mr. John Kunicki, Deacon

3597 Main Street, West St. Paul, Manitoba R4A 5A2

Office - 204-339-2649



Wednesday & Friday

11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

(ring doorbell or knock to enter)

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2022 Spring edition of the On the Way magazine from the Archdiocese

Stewardship Reflection for May 2022

Parish Registration Form

Pastor's Email -


Ukraine needs your help!

Development and Peace is currently accepting donations for Caritas networks in Ukraine. To make a donation and to learn more about the unfolding situation, please visit: Solidarity, prayers and support for Ukraine: Development and Peace joins relief efforts – Development and Peace (

For more information, please contact Jason Cegayle, interim animator for Development and Peace at or by phone:

(204) 231-2848

Also, the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg's website includes information on donating to Ukraine. To learn more visit

cath regist form 2022 2023.pdf

Pastor’s Easter Message

“Lord, you have renewed the face of the earth. Your Church throughout the world sings you a new song, announcing your wonders to all. Through a virgin, you have brought forth a new birth in our world; through your miracles, a new power; through your suffering, a new patience; in your resurrection, a new hope; and in your ascension, new majesty.” These words from the Office of the Breviary (the prayer of the Church) proclaims the life of Christ: His birth, life, suffering, death, resurrection and ascension.

It is with great joy in my heart I announce to you: “Christ is risen! He is risen indeed!” This ancient greeting sums up what we celebrate this Easter Sunday, the joy of Christ risen and alive in our midst.

As our lives begin to return to a sense of “normalcy” following two years of pandemic, our world now faces the war in Ukraine and its potential for escalation to a third world war.

Let us turn in prayer to the Prince of Peace and intercede on behalf of all who have suffered and dies as a result of hatred and war.

May the Peace of Christ reign in our hearts and throughout the whole world. Amen.

Happy Easter!

Fr David


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. Or you may make your donations through the Archdiocese of Winnipeg APP.

St Theresa is continuing to disinfect all surfaces that are commonly touched, such as on the pews where your hands rest, ALL light switches, handrails, door handles after each Mass.

Hand sanitizer is widely available throughout the church.

All parishioners are asked not to participate if feeling unwell.




Religious Articles

Please check out the Jesus and Mary Friendship Dolls, available for purchase. $20 each (limited supply). We also have gifts/cards for First Communion and Confirmation.

We have beautiful framed pictures of Our Lady of Grace and Divine new selection of rosaries, bracelets, saint statues, children's books and much more. Support your parish while you buy gifts for your loved ones!


Mass Schedule

St. Theresa's Parish:

Saturday: 5:15 p.m.

Sunday: 11:00 a.m.

St. Margaret's Parish:

Sunday, 9:00 a.m.

Sunday's bulletin

bulletin may 15 22 2022.pdf


Donations may be made to St. Theresa's Parish at any time by mail or through the Archdiocesan Mobile APP.


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