MO. OF MAR
REPORT
 
Kitchen Meals
3126
Food Basket
1076
Household
2762
Thrift Shop
2812
PASTORAL CARE &
CHRISTIAN
FORMATION

Pastoral Care and
Religious Education
ministries exist for
people of all ages to
grow in love and service
to God.  All our
programs are
coordinated with the
Diocese of Orlando to
let staff and volunteers
present meaningful
spiritual educational
programs and events.
These include Bible
studies, small faith
communities, and
preparing the faithful for
the sacraments.

Other Pastoral Care
programs include:
Respite Care, Respect
for Life Ministry and
praying for vocations
through the Elijah Cup
program.

With a solid foundation
of catechists and
volunteers, we welcome
new members of all ages
and walks of life as they
answer their personal
call from God to grow in
faith.  We also continue
to nourish all families
who are part of our parish
ADMINISTRATION

Administration is the
business backbone of our
parish!  Our dedicated
staff and volunteers are
the human face of our
parish administration.
This ministry has
responsibilities for our
parish budget,
coordinate activities and
events, scheduling the
use and upkeep of our
nine principal buildings
and grounds including
all equipment, repairs,
and routine
maintenance.  

Administration is also
responsible for all parish
records.  They handle
memorials, tributes,
dedications and manage
incoming calls for every
imaginable need.

Finance supports the
various ministries of the
parish, allocates funds
based on each
individual ministry. For a
small parish we do an
outstanding job of
managing our income
and expenses.  As an
example we are building
our new church debt free!
LITURGY

Liturgy, centered on the
Eucharist is the heart of our
worship. All of the Liturgical
Ministries are intertwined to
ensure that we worship God
in all that we do and all
contribute to the special
parish life at St Theresa. It
is a very special calling of
Lit ministers to teach,
encourage, inspire, and
lead members of the
worshiping assembly
Out Ministries include
Music Ministry, EMHC,
MTS, Altar Servers, Altar
Care, Ushers and Readers in
addition we have
Bereavement, LOM, Parish
devotional activities and
events.
St. Theresa Catholic Church  
11528 SE HWY 301, Belleview, FL 34420  
Office: 352 245 2458  Fax 325 245 1521
SOCIAL
SERVICES

Our St Theresa SS
Ministry includes the FP,
FK, TS. Our primary
goal is to serve our
neighbors in S. Marion
county helping to build
a stronger foundation in
their lives.
Our dedicated
volunteers and staff
strive to meet that goal
by providing nearly 40K
meals, 14K Food
baskets, and 38K
household and clothing
items from our TS
annually. In addition we
offer a resource center
with computers allowing
our clients to seek
employment, obtain
training and apply for
assistance.
Our spiritual and
financial goals go hand
in hand. Thanks be to
God and to you our
parishioners and friends
who support us so
graciously. We could not
sustain our operations
without you.
PERSONNEL & PROGRAMS
Counter
CASUALTIES
  REHAB PRIORITIES
DEAD
6,201
Housing & Resettlement
MISSING
1,785
Economic & Social Infras
INJURED
27,665
Health & Rehab Services
AFFECTED POP
10,999,244
Agriculture & Fisheries
PROVINCES
44
Local Livelihood Projects
Source:NDRRMC
Jan 3, 2014
etc...
TYPHOON RELIEF UPDATE
Before Typhoon
Aftermath
Landfall
Recovering
Before Typhoon
Aftermath
Testimonies 1
Testimonies 2
Friar Alessander Brustenghi
ENKINDLING THE FAITH
Pope Francis has given us a roadmap to Enkindle the Faith: Living a Sacramental Life that expresses
itself through hospitality, forgiveness, and social justice. From inviting the homeless to celebrate his
birthday to sneaking out at night to feed the poor, Francis models for Catholics the way to breathe new life
into our parishes. Catholic sacraments are built into the very rhythm of our lives; this is also true of our
liturgical calendar. Using these two basic realities that mark us as unique within the Christian world, we
offer a model for our parishes that will enliven the faith of practicing Catholics and, in turn, bring others
back to theChurch.    
                                                                                                                                                                           Marie G-L
"Happy Version"
PHILIPPINES
AFTER
TYPHOON
HAIYAN
Pharrel Williams
"We cannot become starched Christians, too polite, who speak of theology
calmly over tea. We have to become courageous Christians and seek out those
who need help most ."                                                                      Pope Francis
Apr 15
8:30am & 9am
Mass and Confessionss till 10am
  10am
Rehearsal
Apr 16
8:30am & 9am
Morning Praise & Confessions till 10am
  6m
Chrism Mass at St James Cathedral/Orlando
Apr 17
8:30am
Morning Mass
  7:00pm
Lord's Supper and Washing of the Feet
Apr 18
8:30am
Morning Praise
  3pm
Veneration of tthe Cross
  7:00pm
Stations of the Cross
Apr 19
8:30am
Morning Praise
  10:00am
Blessing of Easter Food
  7:00pm
Easter Vigil
Apr 20
7:30am
Easter Mass
  9:00am
Easter Mass
  11:30am
Easter Mass
  9:00am
Easter Egg Hunt
Apr 27
All Masses
Divine Mercy Sunday
SCHEDULE
Why is this night different from all other
nights? Imagine the young boy Jesus asking
this question as He was taught about the
significance of the Passover Meal. And
should we ask why is this Holy Thursday
different from any other mass celebrations
that we have? Why is the Veneration of the
Cross different from all other devotions like
the Stations of the Cross that we do on
Fridays and the Season of Lent?  Why is the
Easter Vigil so special? We too are invited to
find the meaning of these events in our
lives.  We invite you to come join us in our
celebration of the Passion, Death, and
Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ!