Thanks to Pete Marcellino for first coming up with the idea to donate a bench to the Little Egg Harbor Twp Municipal building and then following through and obtaining the bench to be placed in front of the Town Hall. The involvement of our council in the community is displayed at it's best with this bench and plaque. Great job!!
Our utmost gratitude goes out to Frank Colandrea and Naples Pizza for the donation of all the meatballs, garlic knots and sauce (gravy) to our spaghetti dinner. It would not have been near the success it was without your support. The food was second to none. Thank you so much!!
The Curtis Family
This month we are honoring the Curtis Family as Family of the Month. The family consists of Brian and Kathleen and their two children Sarah and William. Kathleen has the unique honor of being a lifetime member of St. Theresa’s Parish. She was baptized here. She also is one of our teachers in the parish CCD program. Brian is one of people who volunteers his talent to count and confirm our weekly church donations. Thank you for sharing your time and talents with the parish community. Thank you too for being an example to all of a family that supports and strengthens Christian Family Life.
Ray and Mazie Wood
Wood. They have been members of our parish community for around 15 years. This has afforded them plenty of time to offer their time and talents to numerous organizations, committees and various fund raising functions. In case you were unaware, Mazie also happens to work in the parish office as our parish data coordinator. Stop by the office someday and say hello! In a recent Sunday Gospel Jesus taught us to “Give unto Caesar what is Caesar’s and to give unto God what is God” Ray and Mazie are a beautiful example of giving what is God’s to God. Thank you for that.
This month we honor the Werling Family. The family consist of Jay and Kim and their Son Andrew. Jay is one of our sacristans here at St Theresa. He is also a Eucharistic Minister and a Reader. Jay also belongs to the Knights of Columbus and has held a variety of officer positions within our organization. Kim and Andrew are both altar servers. Andrew has been serving consistently from an early age. Kim not only serves but acts as the master of ceremonies during some of the liturgical “high” events during the year. (Especially Holy Week). This family exhibits a strong commitment to each other and to the church. Thank you again for being examples to us all.