E-Bulletin, May 22, 2020
Ready to attend Public Mass Yet?
Our attendance numbers went up a bit for the second weekend of public Mass, but were still well within the 25% capacity allowed. Mass is at:
5 p.m. Saturday, 7:30 a.m. Sunday, and 10 a.m. Sunday.
, include physical distancing of at least 6 ft. between families and encouraging the wearing of face masks.
The 5 p.m. Saturday Mass continues to be livestreamed on YouTube and Facebook.
The 11:30 a.m. weekday Mass is also available in person (with limitations), but is not being livestreamed at this time.
Find the Sunday Bulletin-Worship Aid
Celebrating our Graduating Seniors
Enjoy this short video featuring profiles of graduating seniors from our parish following words of wisdom from the pastor. Congratulations and blessings to all.
Join Amy Allert for her reflection on the readings for Ascension Sunday on this weeks episode of The Ark!
Final School Mass
St. Theresa students watched the livestream of the final school Mass of the year Thursday as the Master of Ceremonies, Patrick C., helped install his successor Abby D. Banner Bearer, Sam S., chose Sebastian C. to be his successor. Thank you and Congratulations!
Parking Lot Reconciliation
Our regular schedule for the sacrament of Reconciliation has been suspended due to the pandemic. However, Fr. Hai is scheduling and hearing confessions in the church parking lot while the penitent and confessor both stay inside their vehicles. Schedule at
or contact the parish office, 512-917-1278.
Thank You for Donating
Offertory contributions for May 11 - May 17 were $36,664.
is the preferred way to receive offertory, but checks are welcomed too. Look for the new boxes in church that are being used for collecting donations during the procession for Holy Communion.
Join Fr. Hai for Rosary Live
Fr. Hai is leading a Rosary live most nights at 7:30 p.m. on a new Facebook page he created called
"Daily Marian Vitamins."
Those joining the live Rosary prayer can send in prayer requests, and he does his best to include them.
Our Ministries Online
Stay in touch with your community and your faith through our online ministries including:
Cornerstone Sunday Ministry
Catalyst Men's Group
Connections Women's Group
Crossroads Young Adults
St. Theresa Moms Group
RCIA, Becoming Catholic
Click the titles of any of the above ministries to learn more.
We have some exciting news for any student athletes interested in improving their agility, speed, and endurance this summer, while maintaining social distancing. We are offering speed and agility training on the new soccer field on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday during the months of June and July. Proceeds go to Youth Ministry. Click
to learn more and sign up. Contact
Summer Retreats Offered at Cedarbrake
Cedarbrake Retreat Center has announced a full summer schedule of retreats including some remote and online opportunities. See a full schedule
Kinder Info Session for New Families
Do you know a family with a kindergarten student this Fall? Invite them to our Zoom Kindergarten Virtual Info Session on Friday, May 29 at 11:30 AM. They will meet our teachers, learn about our curriculum and kids will hear a story! Register
For the latest information on St. Theresa Catholic School
, including teacher tutoring and mini camps and a farewell message opportunity for our interim principal, see this week's edition of
on Friday, May 22 at 3:06PM