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  • Church responds to Supreme Court ruling on Marriage

    Be informed! The statement from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops can be read here. Archbishop Listecki's initial statement can be read here with a fuller reflection here. Bishop Hying's statement is here. You can read or listen to Fr. Campbell's 6/28 homily on the topic on the Homilies and Talks page.

  • Fr. Campbell's Homiles

    Read Fr. Campbell's July 5th homily on St. Maria Goretti, purity, and her example for us today.

  • Rome Reports

  • Local Catholic Radio

    You can listen to local Catholic radio right here!

    Live streaming: WSFI

  • Father Reese fights ALS - one of the "Most Inspirational" of 2014

    Please Pray for Father Reese as he moves to Mother of Good Counsel Home in St. Louis.

    Catholic Herald Online:
    Most Inspirational People of 2014

    Denver Catholic Register:
    Denver Priests Show Solidarity with ALS-Afflicted Brother

    Kenosha News:
    I Would Love to be Healed of This

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
    Kenosha priest keeps the faith in fight against ALS

    Catholic Herald:
    Silenced, Priest Still Carries Powerful Message

  • Father Campbell takes the Ice Bucket Challenge for Father Reese - at St. Joseph Catholic Academy

     
  • Archbishop Listecki takes the Ice Bucket Challenge for Father Reese

  • Father Reese receiving support from our Bishops



    Fr. Reese with Cardinal Stafford

    Fr. Reese with Bishop Hying



    Fr. Reese with Bishop Thomas

  • Mass and Confession Times

    Confessions: Saturday from 3pm to 3:30pm

    Masses: 

    Saturday Vigil: 4pm

    Sunday: 8:30am and 10:30am

    Weekdays:

    Monday, Tuesday and Friday: 8am

    Wednesday: 5:45pm

    *no Mass at St. Therese on Thursday or Saturday. Please consider attending Our Lady of Mt. Carmel on those days. For information, please check the OLMC website.

    Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Website

  • Our Associate Pastor   

    Fr. Bob McDermott is now Associate Pastor at 
    St. Therese Parish. Please pray for him
    as he ministers to us alongside
    Fr. Campbell, our Pastor!

  • Reception of the Sacraments

    Baptism: By appointment. Please call the Parish Office for class registration.

    RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults): Adults interested in Baptism, reception into the Catholic Church, Confirmation and/or First Communion and children over the age of 7 who have not yet been Baptized please contact the Parish Office.

    Marriage: Please call the Pastor at least 6 months in advance in order to make arrangements. Couples that are sharing the same abode will be asked to separate until they are married.

    Home Visitation: Anyone who cannot attend Mass and receive the Sacraments due to sickness or age, please contact the Parish Office to make arrangements for a home visit.
     

  • Prayer: Sacrificial Giving

    Reflecting on Sacrificial Giving, I pray

    Dear Lord,
    Thank you for teaching me to be generous as You have been generous with me.
    Thank you for showing me that all I am and have are gifts from You, and that these gifts, Lord, are meant to be shared.
    Help me to understand that others, known and unknown to me, depend on me for help.
    Walk with me on my stewardship journey, so that I may constantly renew my relationship with you.
    Give me the courage to trust, so that I may experience the joy of sacrificial giving.
    Make me a gift to others in Your name.
    Amen.

  • Online
    Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration

    The Chapel at Marytown has live online streaming of Eucharistic Adoration - if you need some time with the Lord but there is no chapel locally that is open:

    Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Chapel

  • Tweets from Pope Francis

  • Vatican News

  • Ordination Anniversaries

    Fr. McDermott celebrates his Ordination Anniversary on May 22nd. Fr. Campbell and Fr. Reese celebrate their Ordination Anniversary on May 25th. Here is a note from Fr. Reese:

    On Monday, May 25th, I recall my 24th anniversary of my ordination to the sacred priesthood. I really can not celebrate with no speech remaining, but I silently con-celebrate and I am very grateful to God for my vocation. I was never worthy of my call, but I prayed and tried to be faithful. I thank everyone for your prayers and words of support, and I will continue to remember you at Mass and in my prayers!

    I am still walking with a walker and breathing well, but my hands are very weak and I have a lot of fatigue a few days every weak. However, I GO to Mass every day, and stay for prayer. Then I go to Vespers and a holy hour every evening. I have finished writing my doctoral thesis, but am waiting for corrections to come for me to revise it,. I have had many visitors and feel blessed to be in such a good nursing home. Let us pray for each other. Peace, Fr. Reese