Beginning Sunday, March 5, 2017, we will have a Trilingual Mass on the first Sunday of each month. Mass will begin at 10:30 am and will be followed by a potluck lunch. Everyone is encouraged to come join the fellowship and bring your favorite dish!
Our Ash Wednesday Services will be at 12:00pm and 6:00pm on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 Come and bring a friend!
This week we begin the Bishop’s Annual Appeal. This year’s theme is “Our Return to the Lord”. Your sacrificial gift and prayers will help make this years’ appeal a success. Our parish target is $11,350 and we can do this if, after thoughtful consideration and prayer, everyone participates according to our ability.
Join us as we meditate on the passion of our Lord Jesus Christ and make our way through the Stations of the Cross every Friday evening during Lent at 6:00 pm in the church. We begin on Friday, March 3, 2017. All are welcome!
A Potluck Dinner will be served afterward in the Parish Social Hall.
Weekly Mass Schedule
Sunday 9:30 am English 12:15 pm Spanish
Monday 12:00 pm
Tuesday 12:00 pm
Wednesday 6:00 pm (Holy Hour begins at 5:00 pm)
Thursday 12:00 pm
Friday 12:00 pm
**Ash Wednesday, March 1, 2017, Masses will be at Noon and 6:00 PM.**
There will be no daily mass Friday, March 3, 2017.
Sunday 8:45 to 9:15 am & 11:30 am to 12:00 pm
Wednesday 5:00 to 5:45 pm
We are a warm, vibrant Roman Catholic Church located in Cordele, GA as part of the Diocese of Savannah. Our parish represents a rich diversity of cultural, ethnic and economic backgrounds. Though we are small, we are a friendly, welcoming community. We are dedicated to witnessing our faith through worship, education, evangelization and nurturing our faith family through parish life and Christian service. Our motto is that of our patroness, St. Theresa of Lisieux: “to do little things with great love.” We invite you to join us for Mass!
St. Theresa’s “Church of the Little Flower” has a varied and humble history. Her origins began at a time in history shorty after the time of the death of her patroness St. Therese of Lisieux, who had a great love for missionaries and the small missions that they served. While wanting to be a missionary herself, the cloistered Carmelite nun vowed that one day when she went to heaven, she would fly to the missions and assist them with her prayers. She wrote in her autobiography, “There will be no longer any cloister and grilles and my soul will be able to fly with you into distant lands.” Continue reading “Our History”
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