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Masses at St. Teresa are now resuming in person: 4:30 PM Sat Vigil, 8:45 AM & 11 AM Sun, and 9:30 AM Daily Mass Mon-Sat.

For those unable to return in person to Mass at St. Teresa because of health reasons, we offer live-streamed Masses below from St. Leo the Great in Amherst.

Live-streamed Weekend Liturgies from St. Leo the Great: 4 PM Sat Vigil, 9 AM & 11 AM Sun. Daily Mass: 8 AM Mon-Sat.


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Professionally-recorded daily and Sunday Masses are also available from EWTN at 8 AM, 12 PM, 7 PM, and 12 AM. You can watch at https://www.ewtn.com/tv/watch-live or on Spectrum channel 10.

The Schedule of Public Masses Resumes at St. Teresa! Here's a Welcome and Some Procedures to Follow in Church

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Following new directives from the bishop, we are excited to announce the return of the regular schedule of public Masses, starting Wednesday, June 10th! 
Daily Masses: 9:30 AM Mondays - Saturdays (please note the change to the Saturday morning daily Mass time)Weekend Masses: 4:30 PM Saturday and 8:45 AM & 11 AM Sunday.Realizing the importance of your health, Fr. Jim welcomes you to return in person to Mass. If you feel uncomfortable because of your individual health situation, please continue to feel free to watch Mass online. We ask that if you are not feeling well that you please stay at home. The bishop has lifted the Sunday obligation during this time of Pandemic. 

To ensure everyone is safe at Mass, please follow these guidelines at church: All in the congregation must bring and wear a face mask or covering at all times (age 2 and up). Please bring and use your own hand sanitizer. Please sanitize your hands when entering and leaving church. Also in your pew, please sanitize your…

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This just in... public Masses to resume Wed, June 10th at St. Teresa! Weekend Masses to resume Sat, June 13th.

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Good news from Fr. Jim! Following new directives from Bishop Scharfenberger, public Masses will begin shortly at St. Teresa! The regular schedule of public Masses at St. Teresa will resume this Wednesday, June 10th, with the 9:30 AM daily Mass. Weekend Masses will resume NEXT Saturday with the 4:30 PM Mass on Sat, June 13th, followed by the 8:45 AM & 11 AM Masses on Sun, June 14th.

Face masks are required by state regulations for everyone in the congregation except those who are exempted for age or health... more details to follow.

Please note one schedule change: the daily Mass for Saturdays will now be held at 9:30 AM going forward.

We are looking forward to seeing you in church soon!

A Pentecost Message from Fr. Jim Cunningham, Pastor 🔥

Dear Friends in Christ, 
On Sunday, May 31st, 2020, the Church celebrates the Feast of Pentecost. With this celebration the Easter season comes to an end. It was so sad to have Easter and the weeks from April 12th to May 31st, the Easter season, that is, as a time of social distancing and forced isolation. I missed you, my beloved Parishioners, who, I am sure, miss coming to Church and meeting with "Parish Family" members. "In Our Father's House There Are Many Dwelling Places" (John14:1-4). In our hearts there are many loved ones dwelling within who are perpetually in our thoughts, especially throughout this pandemic.
The Fruits of the Holy Spirit, the real gifts of Pentecost, enable us to go forth to meet the demands that are placed upon us by so many and by so many societal expectations.
As we look forward to being together once again as a "Parish Family"; as we look forward to being at home with our extended families; and as we look forward to bei…

An Ascension Thursday Message from Fr. Jim

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This Thursday, May 21st, is Ascension Thursday.  Each year as I celebrate Mass and prepare a homily for this particular feast, I cannot help but think of the 12 Apostles who witnessed the Lord's Ascension into Heaven.  How very lost and forlorn they must have been feeling as they watched the Lord's ascension.

We all know the feeling of loss.  We only come through life's losses with the help of the Lord. 

Ten days after Our Lord's ascension into Heaven, the Holy Spirit descended upon the Apostles to give them grace and courage and, as well, to squelch their feelings of loss.  The Grace's of the Holy Spirit filled their lives with the strength to go on as chosen Disciples of the Lord.   It is only through the Grace of the Holy Spirit that we are enduring this pandemic and this subsequent period of social distancing and isolation.

I miss my Parishioners, and I long for the return of public Masses.  In the interim, let us pray wholeheartedly for each other.

God's Love,

A Letter from the Pastor - April 15th

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Dearest Parishioners,

You are on my mind and in my prayers every day that we live out this very difficult period of social distancing and painful separation from our loved ones.

Holy Week and Easter were just not the same for me without your presence in St. Teresa Church and in my life.

As I celebrated a private Mass on Palm Sunday, I savored a memory of blessing palms which you, my Parishioners, held in the palms of your own hands.

As I celebrated a private Mass on Holy Thursday, I savored a memory of you, my Parishioners, kneeling in prayer before the Altar of Repose.

As I prayed on Good Friday, I savored a memory of you, my Parishioners, praying the Stations of the Cross with me.

As I celebrated a private Mass on Holy Saturday, I savored a memory of lighting the Paschal Candle from which Candles were lighted which you, my Parishioners, held during the Procession.

As I celebrated a private Mass on Easter Sunday, I savored a memory of sprinkling you, my Parishioners, with Holy Water…

Video Stations of the Cross from St. Teresa

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Join Deacon Bob & Mrs. Dobmeier for a virtual Stations of the Cross from the beautiful stations at St. Teresa's