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Welcome to Saint Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Church!

Dear Parishioners, Family, and Friends of Saint Teresa of Calcutta,

Every week of Advent we lit a candle as we approached Jesus’ birthday. With each additional candle, there was less darkness in the world around us. As a people of faith, we believe that darkness does not have the final say. The hope we have in the future, represented this time of year with the birth of Jesus, illuminates how we see our world. We become more mindful of the ways we can become people of the light to others around us in a world all too often overshadowed in darkness. Simple acts of kindness, the little things we do with great love, are what is necessary to keep the future bright.

When the world couldn’t get any darker, God has shown us the way by giving us His only Son. The birth of Jesus has given us the new star for us to navigate our lives. Although the days are short and the weather is dreary, we are correct to celebrate. Because of Jesus, the darkness we deal with will never have the final say. With the birth of Jesus in our lives, our future is now full of hope.

On behalf of the parish staff and myself, I wish you and your loved ones a very blessed Christmas!

Fr. Frank





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Mass Times

Saturday Mass
Sunday Mass
9:00AM, 11:00AM, and 5:00PM

Monday, Thursday, Friday 9AM
Wednesday 6PM


Saturday at 4PM and by appointment


17856 NE Woodinville Duvall RD
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Parish News and Events

New Bible Study *NEW START DATE* - 01/23/2020

**Due to inclement weather, the study of Ruth begins Thur Jan 23, not Jan 16** The new year begins with an opportunity for a bible study session that will be studying Ruth. This session will be Thursday evenings, beginning Jan 23rd through Feb 6th. Read more

Adult Confirmation - 01/26/2020

While to focus of the sessions is to prepare for confirmation, it is open to all who would like to join us for a refresher in their faith. Classes are Sundays 12pm -1:30pm, beginning Jan 26, 2020. Read more

St Blaise Feast Day - 02/03/2020

Saint Blaise was the bishop of Sebastea and a doctor. Eventually, he became known as a 'physician of souls". St Blaise is the patron saint of throat problems. Join us at the 9am Mass on Monday, Feb 3 for The Blessing of the Throat. Read more

EDGE goes to TRAMPOLINE PARK - 02/19/2020

Attention all 6th-8th graders! EDGE is going trampoling on Wednesday, Feb 19th, just for fun! Fill out the form online or in the narthex by Wed, Feb 5th. Cost is $15 (plus extra if you want to buy food) Read more

Drop-in Choir - 02/09/2020

Join the Sunday 9am Mass choir on February 9th for a non committal, time of singine with the Missionaries of Charity Choir. Practice begins at 8:30am. Read more

Rosary Making - 02/11/2020

Join us to help make rosaries! No experience required and no need to bring anything. Tuesday, Feb 11 at 11am in the parish conference room.

Pancake Breakfast - 02/16/2020

Always a great time and amazing food! Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, join us from 9:30 - 11am in the social hall. Read more

Welcome Camp Unity - 01/10/2020

Camp Unity has returned to Saint Teresa on Jan 10th for a 4 month stay. Help us make them feel welcomed. We looking for volunteers for meals and various other areas. contact Debi Raines if you would like to volunteer. Read more

The Library is Open

There are so many different ways to prepare for Advent but "highly recommended" by your parish staff is to read a good book! We have a large selection of books, audio and videos. The parish library is open during regular office hours.