Father Campbell, who is a part-time teaching faculty member for the Theology Depatment at St. Joseph Catholic Academy, led a pilgrimage to the March for Life, chaperoned by other members of the SJCA Theology Department.
This photo was taken outside the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception shortly before the March for Life on January 22nd, 2015:
Father Campbell welcomed the students of St. Joseph Catholic Academy and All Saints Catholic School to St. Therese Parish for retreats.
Reflecting on Sacrificial Giving, I pray
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.
To view the three talks Father Campbell gave on the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary for WSFI radio, please follow this link to the Homilies and Talks page.
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Confessions: Saturday from 3pm to 3:30pm
Saturday Vigil: 4pm
Sunday: 8:30am and 10:30am
Monday, Tuesday and Friday: 8am
*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.
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!
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.
Began in Septermber at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School - 1919 54th Street, Kenosha - and runs throughout the year. Teens and Adults welcome!
Class is from 7-9pm. Also serves as an RCIA class for non-Catholics who wish to become Catholic or for those who have never been Confirmed.
Enter through the door facing Columbus Park.
This program for adults and children is a collaboration between St. Therese, Mt. Carmel, St. Elizabeth and St. James Parishes - those in the program may attend any location.
Times and locations:
Sunday, 8:50 am-9:50 am
Mt. Carmel K-6 Started Sept. 21st
Sunday, 9:25 am-10:25 am
St. Therese K-6 Started Sept. 21st
Sunday, 11:30 am-12:30 pm
St. Elizabeth K-11 Started Sept. 21st
Sunday, 6:30 pm-8:00 pm
Mt. Carmel 7-11 Started Sept. 14th
Wednesday, 5:45 pm-7:00 pm
St. James 4k-8 Started Sept. 24th
Wednesday, 5:45 pm-7:00 pm
St. James Adult Ed. Started Sept. 10th
If you have any questions please email Mariann Kramer at email@example.com.
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:
You can listen to local Catholic radio right here!
Live streaming: WSFI
In this series, Fr. Campbell offers reflections on the promises attached to the devotion of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Followed by the novena prayer to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque.
For the rest of the series, please visit the "Homilies and Talks" page.