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The clergy and staff of the Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa would like to share their reflections on what makes them rejoice and be glad as we celebrate Easter Sunday.

“In this season of Lent, the Lord has given me reason to rejoice and be glad. He assures me that at the end of every tunnel, there is always light.” ~ Sr. Mercedita Estrella, SPC, Director of Religious Education

“Jesus suffered and died for all of humankind so each person can experience the love of God. Realizing the enormity of this act of love by God for me personally is the reason to rejoice and to be forever grateful. God has allowed love to touch me and my family.” ~Deacon Francis Leasiolagi, Director of Liturgy

“What causes me to rejoice and be glad in my faith in Jesus Christ is the assurance of His love and guidance in my life. I wouldn’t be where I am today if not for His Spirit. Truly, the paschal celebration is a reflection of my own faith journey.” ~Deacon Raffy Mendoza, Business and Office Manager

“My faith sustains me. Every move I make and every step I take, I do in the name of Jesus. We have much to rejoice and be glad for! Knowing and believing that it is He alone who help me through life’s challenges. Christ’s death and resurrection teaches us to take on life challenges only to know that there is always hope. Remember, we are Easter people! We, too can suffer and die and resurrect from life’s adversities but only if we believe.” ~ Bernie Gora, STS Principal and Director of Music Ministry

“Rejoice and be glad! ‘Blessed are You! Holy are You!’ I think of one of my favorite church song, ‘Blest Are They’, by David Haas. God created us and made us like Himself. Therefore we are BLESSED. In Hebrews 10:10, it says that ‘ We have been consecrated through the offering of the body of Jesus Christ once and for all.’ So we are HOLY because of Jesus! Let us REJOICE AND BE GLAD this Easter season for Jesus is risen from the dead!” ~Fay Pabo, Director of Youth Ministry

“ALLELUIA! HE IS RISEN! Jesus’ resurrection gives us HOPE, a reason for us to rejoice and be glad. Our joy should make us Alleluia person for we are called Easter people. This is the good news that should keep us joyful and hopeful for our God is ALIVE and is always with us. Isn’t this the most wonderful news to spread and to share? ~Pinky Mendoza, Director, Social Ministry and Marriage and Family Life Ministry “

As Easter nears, reflecting on Revelations 21:5 “…Behold, I make all things new,” fills my spirit with deep joy and love for Jesus and everyone. “ ~Teresa Jacobs, Parish Secretary

On behalf of the clergy and staff of the Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa Parish, HAPPY EASTER TO ALL! Fr. Greg Honorio, Pastor

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Mass Schedule

Sunday Eucharist (English)
Saturday Vigil:  5:00pm
Sunday: 6:15am , 8:00am, 10:30am. 6:00pm

Daily Eucharist (English)
Mondays - Thursdays: 6:30am                   Fridays & Saturdays: 8:00am

Sunday Eucharist (Vietnamese)            Saturday Vigil 7:00pm
Sunday: 3:30pm

Daily Eucharist (Vietnamese)              Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 5:30pm


Wednesdays at 6:15 pm in the church or by appointment.

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Wednesdays at 6:15pm

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