Welcome to St Teresa's Parish
St Teresa's is a vibrant Catholic parish located in the heart of Lincoln, Nebraska. With a history of faithful membership, and a growing congregation of families and adults of all ages, the parish future looks bright. We are blessed with a long-running perpetual adoration program and many groups and organizations that provide service and fellowship to many people.
Annual events such as processions on Corpus Christi, our Titular Feast Day and the Marian Mass and Candlelight Procession make us the Catholic community that we are.
We invite you to explore our website and visit us if you can. Our dear patron saint will "send a shower of roses" on you, too!
Lenten Eucharistic Exposition
Tuesday's of Lent St Teresa's will have Eucharistic Exposition from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm.
Please sign up for some silent time with Jesus this Lent.
Holy Mass Schedule
|Saturday Evenings:||4:00 PM|
|Weekdays:||6:30 AM (Mon - Fri)
8:15 AM (Mon - Sat)
7:00 AM (Mon - Sat)
at the Pink Sisters Chapel
|Saturdays:||3:00 to 4:00 PM
5:00 to 5:30 PM
|Eve of First Fridays:||6:30 to 7:00 PM|
|Before daily Masses except Sundays and Holy Day|
St. Teresa Events
|View the Roman Liturgical Calendar on the USCCB site.|
|Readings provided by www.universalis.com|
S.T.A.G.E. Auditions for Something Super!
Something Super! is a fun and exciting musical that spoofs super heroes and super villains, while teaching a lesson about the ordinary man saving the world one small act at a time. This summer production and camp will run June 1-July 1 with two performance weekends.
- April 27th to April 28th
- St. Teresa's Kaczmarek Hall
- Sign up genius for auditions is available on the website along with FAQ on the camp
- For students ages 10 and up
- Please visit stage4kids.com for information
HuskerCatholic Candle-lit Rosary for Peace
BISHOP JAMES CONLEY is inviting every Catholic to join him for the HuskerCatholic Candle-lit Rosary for Peace surrounding the border of the University of Nebraska, Lincoln (please be in place by 7:45 pm). It will take 3300+ people to completely surround the 2 . 5 mile perimeter. Visit www.rosarylincoln.org for a map with assigned parish locations.
- April 29th
- 8-8:30 pm
CHI Health St. Elizabeth's
Candle lighting commemorating the lives of babies lost through miscarriage, stillbirth and
You and your family are invited to a candle lighting commemorating the lives of babies lost through miscarriage, stillbirth and infant death.
- April 29th
- 2:00 to 4:00 pm
- St. Elizabeth Chapel
We will have our ‘Year-end Pot-Luck’ and Installation of next year's Leadership Team. All women of the parish are invited.
- May 2nd