Saturday (Vigil), 5:00 p.m.
Sunday, 8:30 a.m.
Please pray for the sick of our parish:
Kim Johnson, Joyce Hugman, Jodie Duhon, Sherry Brown, Gail Levy, Glenn Buettner
Ken Miles, Betty Lucas, Kitty Ruffeno, Cathy Baird, Julie Ruffeno-Proctor, Mike Wilson
William Bunn, Michelle Davis, Royce Ann Tipton, James DeCuir, Pam Demers, Tina Dell’Acqua, Debbie Turner, Jim Daniels
If prayers are no longer needed, please let us know. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the church office 903-845-2306.
June 28: This weekend’s Gospel is about compassion and trust. As we listen to the message of Jairus’s daughter, we hear of the women with the hemorrhages. We, as people, wonder how Jesus does bring healing to both. There is a great sense of trust here. The women believes in some greater than herself. She reached out, she was healed. However, Jesus kept going, gave compassion to the women, and then brought healing to Jairus’s daughter. In life, we go through so many emotions, that in the end, somehow things work out. When we ask for help. Let’s not demand, let us trust him that he will respond in his own time. Also it’s nice to be back. The weather was good in Ireland, but I did not miss the humidity of Texas. Many thanks to Fr. Ron Demski for caring for the community of St. Theresa during my vacation. It is very much appreciated.
Church Office Hours are Tuesday - Friday, 9:00 am to noon.
July 24-26: DCYC – Diocesan Catholic Youth Conference for all graduated 8th graders-18 years old. All clergy invited and encouraged to attend. Many priests needed for confessions throughout the weekend. All students must register through parishes. Registration available beginning Monday at dioceseoftyler.org