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Welcome Fr. Ramon Santa Cruz!

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

First of all, I would like to express my joy and excitement in being appointed pastor of St. Teresa of Calcutta.  I am coming to you by way of Immaculate Conception in Arlington where I was pastor since 2017.

My name is Fr. Ramon Santa Cruz from the Philippines.  I come from a family of 8 children. I am second to the youngest.  I was born on 7th of February 1963 in Manila. I attended Catholic schools from elementary through college and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management.

After working for 8 years as a lay person, I finally conceded and said yes to God’s call.  I joined the society of our Lady of the Most  Holy Trinity in the Philippines.  I was then asked to return to school to earn a Bachelor’s Degree of Science majoring in Philosophy with a minor studies in Religious Education in preparation for my Theological studies.  After graduating, I entered the novitiate in Belen, New Mexico where we were asked to learn the spirituality and charism of the order. From there, the community sent me to Russia to begin my theology in St. Petersburg, as well as to help establish a community house. Unfortunately, there was some difficulties in securing proper documentation. I, together with two other brothers, had to leave Russia and pursue our education somewhere else.

 We found ourselves in Rome, Italy where I continued my theological studies at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas. It was there that I was given the privilege to be the deacon for St. Pope John Paul ll at one of his Masses. I then flew back home to my country to be ordained in the Philippines on March 25, 1999.

After ordination, my first assignment was in Rome to assist in the formation of seminarians, as well as run a parish.  In 2002,  I came to the United States to be closer to my youngest sibling who was terminally ill.  It was my good fortune that the late Archbishop Brunette accepted my application and I was able to serve as an extern priest for the Archdiocese.  During that time, I decided to apply for Incardination. In 2007 I was incardinated into the Archdiocese of Seattle.  In 2012, I became a citizen of the United States and have since then made this country my new home.

Yours in Christ,
Fr. Ramon Santa Cruz


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Parish Job Openings

Pastoral Assistant for Administration

This is a full time position which oversees many of the administrative responsibilities for the parish. A successful candidate will be an active member of the Catholic Church, proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, and posses strong communication, organization, and interpersonal skills.

Wedding & Funeral Coordinator

This is a stipend volunteer position. We are looking for someone with good organization and communication skills who is passionate about coordinating and planning events. The coordinator will assist Fr. Ramon with planning and coordinating weddings and funerals, including assisting in running wedding rehearsals, and being present for weddings and funerals.

For more information on these positions and how to apply, please visit our job openings page.



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A special word of thanks to parishioners who are supporting Saint Teresa of Calcutta Church by mailing their gifts to our parish office or donating through our Online Giving program. For those who are interested in Online Giving, please consider a one-time or recurring gift to support our parish ministry.

You can also donate to our St. Vincent de Paul chapter and the African Orphan Project through Online Giving.


Mass Times

Please do a self-health check before joining us for Mass. We still have seating available for those who wish to maintain social distancing, but mask are now optional.


Sunday Mass:
Saturday evening at 5pm.
Sunday at 9am, 11am & 5pm

Weekday Masses:
Monday, Thursday, & Friday at 9am
Wednesdays at 6pm



Reconciliation is on Saturday from 3:00 to 4:30pm.

Office Hours:

 Monday-Friday, 9am - 3pm

The best contact for staff is via email. Please see our staff page for contact information. You may also call the parish phone and leave a message for individual staff members.


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Parish News and Events

Job Opening

We are currently hiring for a Pastoral Assistant for Administration. This is a full time position. Please follow the link below for more details. Read more

Teen Revival - 07/25/2021

All Edge and LifeTeen are invited for dinner, games and adoration on Sunday, July 25th from 6-8pm. Please sign up on the youth ministry page. Read more

CHAOS! August 14

All Edge & LIfeTeen are invited for "the most chaotic day of your whole summer!" A day at Black Diamond Camp filled with swimming, rock climbing, zip-line & more. Permission slip due by Aug. 8. Read more

Pop-up Blood Donor Site, July 28-30

The next Blood donation site is at Woodinville Unitarian Universalist Church. Book a Donation Appointment at: Read more

Baptism Assistants Needed

Be a part of our wonderful baptisms! The average commitment is one Sunday Mass every other month. Contact Mary Williams for more information. Read more

Seeking Wedding and Funeral Coordinator

STOC is looking for a coordinator to assist Fr. Ramon with planning and coordinating weddings and funerals. This is a stipend volunteer position. Contact Janet O'Neil for more information. Read more