This meeting is designed to help us understand your needs and concerns as individuals, families and a community as we move forward with the transition of our priests later this year.
When: Sunday, January 29th from 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Where: Multi-Purpose Room of the Parish Life Center
Who Should Come: All adults are welcome, however, we are limited to the first 240 people so we do encourage you to sign up in advance.
Moderators: Father Vince Curtin-Pastor, Melinda Drury–Office Manager and Tracy Neumann-Pastoral Council
Format: At this meeting, there will be a brief overview of the status of the transition and then questions will be asked of each table. The table will discuss their needs and/or concerns. Each table will then share their answers with the group.
Remember, each one of us make up St. Therese and it is important that we understand your needs and concerns and that we share this information with our new priests.
If you have any questions please reach out to Tracy Neumann at (817) 729-1970 or email@example.com or Melinda Drury at (704) 664-6321 ext. 101 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sacraments: The Treasures of our Faith
Saint Therese Catholic Church Parish Mission
Presented by Fr. Thomas McCarthy, OSA
January 23rd, 24th, 25th
Monday January 23rd
The Sacraments of Initiation: Baptism, Eucharist and Confirmation
Where do you feel comfortable and welcome? Why did Jesus like to party so much? Do you know who the lost member of the Trinity is? What do bowling shoes have to do with Confirmation? These questions and many more will be pondered and hopefully answered on Monday night.
Will you be there to find the answers or will you miss out and wonder forever?
Tuesday January 24th
The Sacraments of Healing: Anointing of the Sick and Reconciliation
Why is Hollywood boycotting Vatican II? What is the difference between the 5th and 6th Commandments? Find out why the Mooresville Police Department will be flooded with calls on Tuesday night. You do not want to miss this night – come and find out why!
Wednesday, January 25th
The Sacraments of Vocation: Matrimony and Holy Orders
Find out why you should never get married. Come and get your dishtowel.
If you are alive; If you are male or female; If you are young or old or somewhere in between; If you are a bishop, priest, deacon, sister, brother, or lay minister; If you are married, divorced, widowed or single; If you have said yes to your vocation or if you are still wondering what it is - You need to be in Church on Wednesday night!
***All session will be held at 7pm in the Church***
A native of the South Side of Chicago, Fr. Tom ministered for 21 years at St. Rita of Cascia High School in Chicago as a teacher, campus minister, Principal, President and Chairman of the Board of Directors.
He is currently the Vocation Director for the Our Mother of Good Counsel (Midwest) and St. Thomas of Villanova (Eastern) Provinces and resides at Villanova University.
We thank You that through your son, Jesus Christ, You have blessed our parish with wonderful pastoral care from the Jesuit Fathers.
Now we ask of You, with the intercession of Saint Thérèse, our patroness, that once again You send this parish holy priests who will care for our spiritual needs in the coming years. We pray that they will embody the Church of Mercy Pope Francis has described to the world. May they be outstanding leaders who will guide us on our spiritual journey, and inspire and encourage us to love and serve You in the name of Jesus Christ, Our Lord and Savior.
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Consider automating your regular donations with our new electronic giving program. St. Therese relies on the financial support of the congregation and electronic giving offers an easy way to give on a regular basis. Faith Formation Registration Fees and Little Way Preschool Tuition can also be paid electronically. If you have any questions, please call the church office.
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