June 6, 2014
Beginning Monday, June 9th, the only ways to access the church building will be through the family room double doors, or the single door near the playground.
Thank you for your patience as we enter this exciting new phase of church construction!
PHOTOS OF NEW CHURCH CONSTRUCTION
Click here to view photos of our new church construction and to link to the Altar Beam Blessing Photos and Progress Reports!
Water, that simple yet perfect substance, is the source of life on Earth. Its countless uses allow for our flourishing biodiversity, while its sameness everywhere connects us with the rest of the living world around us. Water is in itself a living process-with the same molecules cycling through their different
phases to sustain life. Put simply, water is life; and a crisis of water resources is, therefore, a direct threat to life. However, issues of equity (accessibility, availability and affordability) in water supply are not simple or perfect. While for many of us, potable water can be obtained at any time or day or night just by turning on a faucet, more than one in six people worldwide do not have access to their daily requirement of safe, fresh water.
From Degradation of the earth and the poor: the facts by Allen Kazimierz Ottaro Promotio Iustitiae, 105, 2011/1-
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the church office.
St. Therese is a rapidly growing, multicultural, Catholic family located in the Lake Norman area, invigorated by a Jesuit spirituality.
Our purpose is to deepen our faith and to grow ever more perfectly for the greater glory of God. We are committed to faith education for all ages and groups. We welcome and support new, present, and returning parishioners.
Through ongoing stewardship and active involvement, we seek to become more like the 'Little Flower' of Jesus, St. Therese; following her "little way" of doing ordinary things with "extra-ordinary" love.
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