We had the pleasure of having Bishop Oscar Cantú come to Santa Teresa to welcome him personally to our Parish. It was a wonderful Mass where Bishop Cantú shared a moving homily that linked us to the Gospel for that day
Our ADA Goal $182,153 To give electronically, click the button below Here’s what’s new for 2020: We have a new electronic giving platform – GiveCentral. The donor experience is far superior to our previous platform. We can now accept Discover … Continued
Garage Sale on Saturday, March 21, 2020 from 8:00am – 3:30pm AND Goodwill Truck on Sunday, March 22, 2020 from 9:00am-3:30pm It’s LENT! Time to start the new Lenten season with a clean home and heart. To that end, we … Continued
Santa Teresa Catholic Parish4th Annual Golf TournamentMonday, June 8, 2020 1:00pm Shot Gun Scramble format Four Person Teams & The 4th annual Parish Challenge where foursomes represent their church for the perpetual plaque – and bragging rights! Only 72 spots … Continued
September 29th is World Day of Migrants and Refugees for the 105th Time World Day of Migrants and Refugees has been celebrated by the Church since 1914. It is always an opportunity to express concern for many different vulnerable people … Continued
Our hearts are heavy with sadness in the wake of the horrific shooting that claimed the lives of at least three innocent victims and injured several others at the Gilroy Garlic Festival on Sunday. I am grateful for the first responders and individual citizens whose quick thinking and professional actions saved countless lives.
I would like to bring to your attention a novena to Our Lady of Guadalupe in which dioceses across our California will begin praying on August 3rd. In a special way, this novena will commend all young college-age women and unborn children to the protection of Our Lady of Guadalupe, patroness of the unborn. Praying this novena will serve as an opportunity to join the struggle of women who feel the pressure to abort their children, and witness to the love and support these women and children have in the Church. May all women and unborn children find safety, support, and welcome in the Church.