Catholics in the Archdiocese of Edmonton are being asked to respond with prayer and generosity to victims of conflict in the Middle East, a situation Archbishop Smith described as “heartrending.”

“The Archdiocese of Edmonton is responding to this call with a special Mass for peace in the Middle East,” Archbishop Smith announced Tuesday. “It will be celebrated at

St. Joseph’s Basilica on Wednesday, August 27, at 7 p.m

All parishioners and priests are invited to attend. For further information, please see the Edmonton Archdiocesan website.

Donate to Aid our Suffering Sisters and Brothers

 Thousands of refugees in Iraq and Syria are in immediate need of water, food, and shelter.  Please live up to your Christian faith and donate to  the Canadian Red Cross or this  papal humanitarian agency:

 Catholic Near East Welfare Association


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Corpus Christi Church is under construction!

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My dear brothers and sisters in Christ,

We have talked about building a church for many years in our parish communities. Well, there can no longer be any question about the physical reality of  Corpus Christi. I encourage you and your family to drive by 28A Avenue and 34 St. It is very evident that our Church is under construction. Did you know that we have mounted a camera that takes pictures of the construction progress every twenty minutes during  daylight hours. Over a thousand pictures have already been taken. When all is said and done and we are     celebrating Mass within Corpus Christi, we will be able to watch a time lapse movie of the eighteen months of construction of Corpus Christi. Fall 2015 completion date. Cool heh?

My friends, if you are not yet involved in helping to build the Church of Corpus Christi, there is no better time than now. We need you.


Fr. Jim Corrigan


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Be a Mentor to Youth & Share in the Joy of the Lord

Is God calling you to lead header imgWe are currently looking for both dedicated Catholic adults and high school teens who want to minister to youth while having a blast! Service hours / reference letters provided! Volunteer application form linked below!

Some Benefits of being a Youth Ministry Volunteer include:

  • Growing in one’s own faith and being inspired by the faith of others
  • Exercising one’s gifts & talents for the sake of the Gospel mission
  • Developing friendships with other adults and being a mentor to youth
  • Core members & Support Leaders can request a reference letter
  • Experience highly regarded by Edmonton Catholic School district & helpful for gaining youth-oriented jobs

We ask you to prayerfully discern whether you are able to commit to volunteering with our St. Theresa’s youth ministry as a Core Team Member (time commitment of 12 or 18 hours/month) or Support Leader (approx. 5 hours/month) for a one year term.

Not sure if you’re called to Core? Join our One Month Challenge! This option is for adults 18 years and up who are brand new to youth ministry and want to discern whether they are called to Core before committing to a full year of service.  Time commitment is approx. 18 hours for just 1 month!

Wanna know more?


And find out more about joining our team of volunteers!
Choose one of the following two dates:
THURSDAY August 21    OR     WEDNESDAY August 27
from 7:15 – 9:00 pm
WHERE: OLGC Meeting Room at St. Theresa Catholic Parish
Contact: or 780-463-8646 ext. 2226

Download our Youth Leaders Information Package - provides further information on the youth ministry and volunteer positions available at St. Theresa’s.

Download a Youth Ministry Volunteer Form - apply to volunteer with St. Theresa’s youth ministry. Completed forms are to be submitted to Angela either via email at or at the St. Theresa’s parish office  either by mail or during office hours.

If you are interested in finding out more about volunteering in youth ministry and working with youth,  contact Angela at 780-463-8646 ext. 2226 or by email at .

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