In Touch: A Day of Rest
As we continue towards a post-pandemic era, Father Phil believes we will look at the Sabbath a bit differently. With all the hustle and bustle in our lives, he encourages us to reflect on our need for rest on Sunday.
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THE REAL PRESENCE CREATES COMMUNION
Has it been a rough year? Reconnect to your community and rejuvenate the faith and hope that lie within you. It is through Jesus’ true presence in the Eucharist that your life takes form and derives meaning. Learn more.
When: July 25th, meet at 9:15 a.m.
Where: The Fellowship Hall
Coffee, donuts, food for thought!
In order to view the videos at home look for Bishop Barron's section every Friday and click on the video 'The Mass". For more information about the program, please contact
LET'S CATCH UP!
Sunday, August 1st at 6:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall
Please join us as we celebrate you, past RCIA and Adult confirmation candidates. We want to catch up, see how you're doing, and enjoy some pizza/beer/wine, and fellowship. We're also excited to tell you about our new ministries and parish opportunities. Bring your spouse or come alone.
All are welcome at this fun event!
For more information, please contact
Are You Interested in Becoming Catholic?
“The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults” or “RCIA” is the program for those who are interested in exploring the teaching, beliefs, practices, prayers, and worship of the Catholic Church.
Come to a Q&A Inquiry Session and learn about St. Theresa’s RCIA program which will begin after Labor Day. We will have brief exploratory sessions on
Sundays, July 25th, or August 1st,
in the Red Room in the Parish Centre
adjacent to the Church from 11:15 a.m. to Noon.
For more information contact
Deacon Larry Vaclavik
or just join us for one of these Sundays. See
Episode 2 of reNEWed
regarding RCIA at
Whether a baptized Christian who is not Catholic, a non-Christian believer, a spiritual seeker, or one with no religious background – all are welcome! If you know someone who should know about RCIA, pass the word!
EPISODE 4 OF SEASON 3
This Thursday, stay tune on the YouTube playlist
. Deacon Larry is addressing the importance of the scripture and catch up with previews episodes of reNEWed at
GAYE HABLINSKI JOINS ST. THERESA'S STAFF
Gaye Hablinski is the newest member of our Finance Department. She was born in Groves, Texas, and attended Lamar University in Port Arthur where she earned a two-year Associate's degree in Accounting.
Gaye has been married almost 25 years to her husband, Craig. They have one son, Zachary who currently is at the University of Texas in Austin. Gaye and Craig have lived in Timbergrove since 1997. She has been an active volunteer and organizer for the St. Thomas High School Eagle's Nest Clothes Closet since 2014.
Thanks for joining St. Theresa's staff in welcoming Gaye to the parish. You can contact her at
SANDWICHES FOR CASA JUAN DIEGO
The need and assistance for immigrants and refugees in Texas grow every day. While we regularly collect food for Casa Juan Diego, we are bringing back our sandwich ministry to try and ease the burden of hungry families. Each Tuesday, we will be bringing lunches down to CJD to be distributed to the needy.
To participate, please make individually wrapped sandwiches or prepare a sack lunch (including a sandwich, chips, and fruit) and bring it to St. Theresa by 9:00 a.m. any Tuesday morning.
These lunches will be delivered by a parishioner to Casa Juan Diego.
Thank you for helping to feed our neighbors in need. For more information please contact
YOUNG ADULTS JULY SOCIAL (Young Adults-only)
July 31, 2021, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
NettBar, 4504 Nett St, Houston, TX 77007
NettBar is a dog-friendly hangout in a historic building offering craft beers, cocktails, games, and a patio. Our group will have a reserved, covered section, so look for us there. We hope to see you on July 31! To receive updates about this event and to learn about other opportunities to take part in our Young Adults Ministry, please join our GroupMe by emailing
BE PART OF THE CHRIST-CENTERED SERVING TEAM
We need your talent! Operate the cameras and slides for weekend Masses to engage participants in the liturgy. Be an active part of this important ministry, contact
One-on-one training is provided and no experience is necessary.
On Sunday, July the 25th, parishioners of St. Theresa will be gathering in the Narthex collecting information to help us measure the interest in bringing back the Knights of Columbus to our parish. If you are a knight or you would you like to become one and join, please stop by
after the 10:00 a.m. and the 5:30 p.m. Masses on Sunday, July the 25th.
LOOKING TO MEET ST. THERESA'S COMMUNITY?
Come on Sunday, July 25th, after 10:00 a.m. Mass in the Fellowship Hall
We are pleased to be able to offer coffee and doughnuts in the Fellowship Hall after 10:00 a.m. Mass. Come enjoy the hospitality of our St. Theresa community.
Support our church today using your debit or credit card or checking or savings account. Click the link to get started.
ONLINE GIVING/ MASS COLLECTION
SUPPORT FRANCISCAN MISSIONS BLACK BOX COLLECTION IN THE NARTHEX ON JULY 24th-25th.
Next week we will be sharing an invitation from the Sisters of St. Francis of Tiffin, Ohio to support their Franciscan Missions. The Sisters serve those who are poor, with foreign missions in Mexico and home missions in Appalachia. The Sisters have assisted in these missions over 52 years, and have a passion for helping poor children and families have their basic needs of food, clothing, medicine and shelter met, and just as importantly, have opportunities for education that will empower them to break the destructive cycle of poverty. Please be as generous as you can.
For more information or to make a donation go to
NOW ENROLLING, JOIN TODAY!
If you are looking for a new school home for your children (grades Pre-K 3 through 8th), come and learn more about St. Theresa Catholic School.
Admissions Director at
13-652-8239 ext. 1706.
GIVE THE GIFT OF CATHOLIC EDUCATION
Combining faith with learning creates a well-rounded and well-prepared student. As an Angel Sponsor, you provide financial support to families who desire the spiritual, moral, and intellectual growth fostered by a Catholic, faith-based school.
Donate a full year of tuition - $10,400
Donate a full semester of tuition - $5,200
Donate a half-semester of tuition - $2,600
Donate a month's tuition (based on 10-month installments)- $1040
If you are interested in becoming an Angel Sponsor please contact
PART-TIME MAINTENANCE WORKER
St. Theresa is looking for a General Maintenance Worker who will perform general maintenance and repairs for assigned equipment and facilities including plumbing, electrical, basic carpentry, heating and cooling, and other systems.
Evening working hours 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Occasional weekend workdays availability is desired but not required.
For more information about this position, please go to
Suitable candidates should send a cover letter and resume to
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
American Red Cross:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:
Christian Community Service Center:
Counseling (Grief, Family, etc.)
Families of Addicts
If you have a life-threatening emergency, call
. Non Emergencies:
Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Center:
Overeaters Anonymous (OA)
Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA)
Texas Department of Family and Protective Services
United Way of Greater Houston:
PARISH AND SCHOOL DIRECTORY
6622 Haskell St., Houston, TX 77007 Phone: 713-869-3783 Fax: 713-869-3784
Fr. Phil Lloyd
Deacon Dwight Coles,
Deacon Larry Vaclavik,
Mary Ann Virgilio
Jeanette B. Deciderio
Pastoral Associate Matrimony/Annulment App./Funerals
10:00 a.m. Mass Choir Director/Organist/Media Ministry Coordinator
Director of Technology
Director of Maintenance
St. Theresa School
Director of Admissions
School Administrative Assistant
Early Childhood Center
Director of Admissions
St. Theresa Catholic Church-Memorial Park
on Tuesday, July 20 at 4:00PM