St. Theresa Roman Catholic Church
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Welcome to St. Theresa Roman Catholic Parish - Ottawa, Canada
We, the St. Theresa Community, are committed to joyfully celebrating and deepening our faith in the Liturgy, nourished by the Word of God and by the Holy Eucharist. We welcome everyone to be nurtured through our spiritual works and social actions. We live, in our daily lives, by the examples of hope and love.
HOLY WEEK & EASTER MASS SCHEDULE
Holy Thursday, April 6
- No 9:00 a.m. Mass
- 5:00 p.m. Mass of the Lord's Supper
Good Friday, April 7
- 2:00 p.m. Stations of the Cross
- 3:00 p.m. The Passion of the Lord
Holy Saturday, April 8
- No 9:00 a.m. or 4:30 p.m. Masses
- 7:30 p.m. Easter Vigil - The Resurrection of the Lord
Easter Sunday, April 9
- 9:00 a.m. Easter Mass - The Resurrection of the Lord
- 10:30 a.m. Easter Mass - The Resurrection of the Lord
REGULAR MASS SCHEDULE:
Saturdays at 4:30 pm
Sundays at 9:00 am
Sundays at 10:30 am
Tuesdays at 9:00am
Wednesdays at 9:00am
Thursdays at 9:00am
Fridays at 9:00am
JOIN US FOR A FUN AFTERNOON IN SUPPORT OF A VERY IMPORTANT CAUSE!!
That’s the estimated damage to Atlantic Canada caused by Hurricane Fiona.
The storm damaged not only homes and infrastructure, but for many it destroyed their livelihood, too.
In support of our eastern neighbours, St. Theresa Parish is hosting a Ceilidh lunch on Sunday, April 16 at 12:30 P.M..
This fundraiser will ensure genuine Maritime hospitality
with great Maritime-themed food and lively down east music and dancing.
Tickets are $40, available at 613-727-5763.
This week, our 4 Amigos clergy got together again to make a plan to introduce our congregations to each other. We look forward to getting to know Father Vincent Pereira (St Theresa’s Roman Catholic Church), Rev John Perkin (First Baptist Church) and Rev Jim Pot (Knox Presbyterian Church) and their congregations. Our plan is a weekday evening, Celebrating Spring! We will compare notes on how our communities follow the calendar of the year and get everyone talking to each other. Plan to come and meet our neighbours on Wednesday, March 22, 7 p.m. hosted by St John’s.
ATTENTION ALL MEN!
We are pleased to invite you to a special ceremony of admission and advancement.
These Knights of Columbus ceremony advances new and existing members through the lesson of Charity, Unity and Fraternity required a 3rd degree member.
These ceremonies are known as Exemplifications., are normally done in person or by virtual (Zoom).
The ceremony takes approximately 30 minutes to complete. Once completed, you will become a 3rd degree Knight.
Friends and family members are welcome to the ceremony.
You can join online before June 2023; you will receive your membership dues free for a year.
If you are interested, please contact, Roger Richard, 613-277-5423 or email@example.com.
PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE ARCHBISHOP OF OTTAWA-CORNWALL
Dear brother priests and deacons,
As you know, the Holy Father's visit was prepared quickly. His visit, as we know, is priceless to find the path of healing and reconciliation. However, there is a cost associated with this pilgrimage and we have received a last-minute request from the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) to provide assistance in paying for the national expenses associated with this visit estimated at approximately $15 million.
This bill includes in particular "accommodation and security costs for event participants; the production of events including staging, lighting, sound systems, media center, screens and other production costs; event logistics, including washrooms, electricity, internet, communication equipment for volunteers, mobility for short-distance transportation for Indigenous seniors and survivors; health and well-being, including mental health support for Indigenous survivors and needs not covered by other authorities" (Pope Francis in Canada, CCCB, 2022)."
I would be grateful if you could communicate this need to our parishioners and encourage them to make a donation. There are many ways to do this. The information is included in the attached letter to parishioners. You can read the letter to them if this facilitates your work. In addition, I am sending you a pamphlet designed by the CCCB that you can print and share as you deem appropriate. It provides answers to several questions regarding this initiative.
May Mary and her mother Saint Anne intercede for us.
May God bless the Holy Father's visit to Canada.
Sincerely yours in Jesus Christ,
✠ Marcel Damphousse
Archbishop of Ottawa-Cornwall
Fr Vincent was recently interviewed by Rev Gar van der Meer, Pastor of St John's Anglican Church in Centretown to provide for the purpose of introducing and informing his community about St Theresa Parish.
Please tune in to this pleasant conversation to see the full interview, and also meet Rev Gary. Enjoy!
For Father Vincent's
- please click here -
PASTOR: Rev. Vincent Pereira, JCD, JV
PERMANENT DEACON: Will Read
CARETAKER: Allan Torres
OFFICE ADMIN: Sheila McGlynn
95 Somerset St W.
Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA
Saturday 4:30 p.m.
Sunday 9:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
Mon-Sat 9:00 a.m.
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Information for Seniors
Please click the link below for some information that will greatly assist Seniors with financial matters (e.g., benefits, taxes, banking etc.):
This information is from The Council on Aging of Ottawa. https://coaottawa.ca/
For information and to listen to tracks on Father Vincent's Christmas CD "Sing the Story of Christmas" please click here!
Contact the Parish Office to purchase your copy today!
Catholic Community Forum
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For Interac e-Transfers, they can be sent to the email address ...firstname.lastname@example.org It is the email address of the parish accounting office. Please remember to send the answer to your security question to email@example.com God bless you for your generosity to our parish!
Your donations keep our Parish strong and thriving. We sincerely thank you with grateful hearts. Please click here for donation information. Thank you!
Click here for a detailed report on all repairs needed to preserve our beautiful Parish for the years to come. Your donations help to make this a reality - we welcome all contributions to these projects with sincere gratitude!