Trinity Sunday Message

Dear Parishioners, 


I would like to invite all of you to join me for Mass on Sunday at 10:00 a.m., as we celebrate the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity.This week, in the Parish Bulletin, you will find a section dedicated to God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit.  I hope you will take some time to read it and reflect upon this great mystery.

You will also see the fruits of our outreach to our children to be creative and present a ‘Work of Art’ to Our Lady, for our May Crowning. We have some ‘Artists’ among us! Enjoy their creations. 

As we all know, this COVID-19 pandemic, has not allowed us to come together as a community, for quite some time. Although, we are not together, our regular expenses continue, and so I would ask you to continue to keep our parish in your prayers and prayerfully consider continuing your donations. As you pay your bills, please also insert a donation to St. Teresa Parish. Thank you to those who continue to remember the parish, through financial donations – We appreciate your generous support! For those, who have not yet had a chance to contribute/support us, during this time, we especially appeal to you, and hope that you will give this prayerful consideration. Continuing support of our parish is an act of generosity and faith. We are very grateful for any contributions you may be able to make, at this time.  For more information how to support our parish please turn to the Stewardship section in our bulletin.   

I continue to celebrate Mass and the Divine Mercy Devotion, according to the schedule below, so I hope you will join us, on Zoom. Please contact the office at

Schedule of upcoming online events:

Mass is celebrated on Tuesday to Friday at 7 p.m., Saturday at 9:00 a.m., Saturday Vigil in anticipation of Sunday at 7 p.m., and on Sunday at 10:00 a.m. and streamlined on Zoom, as is the Divine Mercy Chaplet, at 3 p.m. (Tuesday – Friday).

Please take note of the following documents:

      Bulletin for The Most Holy Trinity 

I wish to, once again, thank you for your prayers and continued support of our parish community.  We are very blessed to continue to maintain a strong parish family – a family of faith and mutual support.

Wishing you the blessings of the Most Holy Trinity – Father, Son and Holy Spirit,

Father Marian Gil OMI

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