behalf of our pastor and our parish community, we welcome you to St.
Therese of Lisieux Roman Catholic Church home on the internet. We
hope that on these pages you will find the information you need. It
is our goal to keep all of our parishioners informed and we hope
that you will use this website often to get information anytime, day
or night. Please use our comments form to let us know if there is
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Extraordinary Synod Prepatory Document - (Pastoral Challenges to the Family) The Pope is asking for wide consultation regarding the Extraordinary Synod that is going to take place in October of 2014 regarding family. All parishioners are being invited to read the attached Document/Questionnaire and provide answers and feedback to the many questions asked. Responses will be accepted at the parish office.
Introducing WeShare: Online Parish Donations Made Easy
Beginning in April, 2013, St. Therese is introducting a new Online Giving Program called WeShare. WeShare will provide parishioners with a secure web based option of scheduling their parish donations online. This site will provide the added benefits of:
- Easy, Secure Online Donation Management
- Flexible Giving Methods including credit card options
- Giving History Reporting
- Donation Frequency Selection
- ...and much more
This program provides many conveniences over the traditional weekly envelope method. Be sure to watch this short video which highlights the program in greater detail. We would then encourage you to create your own account and manage your church donations online using WeShare. Should you have any questions, please feel free to call the office.
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Cemeteries ~ Information about the Cemeteries of St.
Therese of Lisieux Parish.
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As we reflect on the roots of St Therese of
Lisieux, our parish family senses the strength and determination of
our fore fathers in their quest to unite and worship as family. We
note the courage of the pioneering priests who assumed the
responsibility of building the three churches in Sanford and
Springvale, Notre Dame, St. Ignatius and Holy Family....