Saint Teresa of Avila Catholic Church - Titusville, Florida

Scripture of the Day

Reading I Dn 9:4b-10
Responsorial Psalm 79:8, 9, 11 and 13
Verse before the Gospel See Jn 6:63c, 68c
Gospel Lk 6:36-38

Daily Intentions

March 01, 2021
7:00 AMFor the People of the Parish
8:30 AMRosendo Sabado † by Isabel Warren


St. Teresa of Avila

7:00 AM & 8:30 AM

Confession 7:45 AM - 8:15 AM

Liturgy of the Hours (Morning Prayer)
8:10 AM

8:10am (before the 8:30 mass)

(unless there is school on Fri.)

Recitation of the Rosary

In the Chapel

Knight of Columbus

Meeting 2nd Monday of the Month

St. Teresa Statue Project

Online Giving

Supporting the Church

We are all experiencing different type of hardship, our church is not immune to this problem. Since we cannot attend Mass and bring our donation to the church  your support is still needed. If you are able to change the way you are supporting Saint Teresa Catholic Church to online, please use the button above to setup your donation online. If you cannot do online donations, please mail or stop by the church office and place your envelop into the mail slot. We will have limited office support. Thank you for your time, prayers and support. 

Stations Of The Cross

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Prayer of the Day

O taste and see that the Lord is good! Happy is the man who takes refuge in him! Psalm 34:8, RSV

Dear Father in heaven, we come to you. With thanks we come to you, for again and again you have helped us. Again and again you have let your light shine out on us so that we could be glad and know that our lives are in your hands. Protect us on this earth, where it is so necessary. Protect us, that the light of true life may shine more and more brightly and we may praise your name with our whole heart. Be with us this night, O God, and touch our hearts with your Spirit. Amen.

Saint of the Day

According to tradition, St. David was the son of King Sant of South Wales and St. Non. He was ordained a priest and later studied under St. Paulinus. Later, he was involved in missionary work and founded a number of monasteries. The monastery he founded at Menevia in Southwestern Wales was noted for extreme asceticism. David and his monks drank neither wine nor beer - only water - while putting in a full day of heavy manual labor and intense study. Around the year 550, David attended a synod at ...

Welcome to St. Teresa of Avila

Saint Teresa's Church has been in existence in Titusville Florida since 1958. We have over 1800 families in our faith-filled community and is located on the Space Coast, directly across from Kennedy Space Center. We are a unique multi-ethnic and multi-age congregation. This uniqueness has created a vibrant, supportive and involved parish community.


Saint Teresa's is an active parish with many different ministries, please visit the ministries page or call 321-268-3441 for more information. Please join us and spread the works of our Lord.


What are the Three Pillars of Lent?

 Prayer—Almighty and ever living God, you invite us deeper into your world, your people, your Lent. May this time be one of outward focus; ... Help us live a Lent focused on freedom, generosity, and encounter.

Fasting- there are only two days of the year that Latin Rite Catholics are required to fast (over 90 percent of Catholics are Latin, or Roman Rite. If you’re not sure, then you are Latin Rite). One is Ash Wednesday and the other is Good Friday. In fact, both days are days of fasting and abstinence.

Almsgiving— is really just another name for charitable giving. Alms comes from a word that means pity, while charity comes from the Latin word “caritas”, that means love. That’s why some translations of 1 Corinthians 13:13 it reads “faith, hope, and charity.” Giving to charity is showing caritas, love, for our neighbor just as Jesus told us to. St Francis of Assisi said, “in giving we receive.” Let’s makes sure we do it all with the proper motives and remember the admonishment that Jesus gave concerning praying, Almsgiving, and fasting in Matthew chapter 6: don’t do it for the praises of men, do it for Go

Tips for Making the Season of Lent More Meaningful

  •  Slow Down - Set aside 10 minutes a day for silent prayer or meditation. It will revitalize your body and your spirit.
  • Read a good book - You could choose the life of a saint, a spiritual how-to, an inspirational book or one of the pope's new books.
  • Be kind - Go out of your way to do something nice for someone else every day.
  • Get involved - Attend a Lenten lecture or spiritual program.
  • Volunteer at your parish - Whether it's the parish fish fry or cleaning the church.
  • Reach out - Invite an inactive Catholic to come with you to receive ashes on Ash Wednesday.
  • Pray - Especially for people you don't like and for people who don't like you.
  • Tune out - Turn off the television and spend quality time talking with family members or friends.
  • Clean out closets - Donate gently used items to the Parish Thrift Shop or other local agencies.

BETA Fundraisers

**SAVE THE DATES**  The Pregnancy Care Center at BETA was finally APPROVED for an Ultrasound to be donated at no-cost to the pregnancy center.  Currently, we are making the building work with the space we have currently.  However, we have out grown the building and need to expand.  This is where we need your help, please show your support by attending our fundraisers below: 

Sonny's - Wednesday, February 24, 2021 5pm-9pm

Village Inn - Thursday, March 4, 2021 4pm to 9pm 

Village Inn - Thursday, March 18, 2021 4pm to 9pm 

"Be A Life Changer"  Dinner - Saturday. April 30, 2021 @ The Grove Church  (Tickets available at BETA and in the Gift Shop) 


Devotion to St. Teresa of Avila

Beginning the Monday after Ash Wednesday, Feb. 22nd, and every Monday after the 8:30 AM Mass we will have a special devotion to St. Teresa of Avila, the patroness of our Church. The Litany of St. Teresa and other prayers through her intercession and reading our petitions will be part of this devotion. There will be a box in the Narthex for you to write or type your intentions and prayers on paper. We would like to invite all our parishioners to participate in this spiritual exercises.


Month of February is dedicated to the Holy Family

The special devotion which proposes the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph as the model of virtue of all Christian households began in the 17th century. It started almost simultaneously in Canada and France: the Association of the Holy Family was founded in Montreal in 1663, and by the Daughters of the Holy Family in Paris in 1674. This devotion soon spread and in 1893 Leo XIII expressed his approval of a feast under this title and himself composed part of the Office. On account of the flight into Egypt this feast has been observed by the Copts from early times. The feast was welcomed by succeeding Pontiffs as an efficacious means for bringing home to the Christian people the example of the Holy Family at Nazareth, and by the restoration of the true spirit of family life, stemming, in some measure, the evils of present-day society.

Altar Server Training

Our next altar server training sessions will be on the following Sundays after the 11:30 masses.

  • February 28
  • March 7 

For Our Catholic Appeal

Received to date: $48,438.00

This years goal: $87,044

YTD participation: 56%

If you have already made your pledge, thank you. If you are still considering the amount to pledge, please remember that no pledge is too small. Please remember to use the envelope you received in the mail. If you did not receive an envelope, there are envelops available from the ushers. 


Thank you for you sacrificial and generous donation.


Catching up During Covid

Since many parishioners have recently returned to Mass and with all the safety precautions we are taking, some may not have seen the Bulletin , where it is available on-line on the St. Teresa
website. So to catch up:
  • The Bishop has asked that we please wear a mask in church, Many volunteers are cleaning the pews after Mass as an extra step for your safety.
  • Due to Covid, many programs are on-hold or canceled right now.
As restrictions are lifted, we will notify parishioners of any upcoming events. We can only pray that the threat of this virus lessens over time. Please remember, the Bulletin and other items of interest can always be found on the St Teresa website.

Needing Your Help

We are in need of volunteers to help disinfect the pews after each Mass on Sunday. Your support is needed to keep our community safe. We are in need of many hands to make the work light for all. If you are willing to help in this ministry please contact Sr. Yvonne at the church office - 321-268-3441,

Thank you for your time and support!

Lenten Mission - March 15-17, 2021

Mark your calendars for our Parish Mission. We will be have our Parish Mission on March 15-17. This week-end will also be the celebration of our Ethnic Sunday. 

There will be 2 sessions per day from Monday through Wednesday. One after the 8:30 AM Mass and the other at 7:00PM. The session will be the same.


Because of  COVID, the speaker will be from some of our own ministries sharing witness to their faith and their ministry. A good will offering will be accepted for the parish ministries.


  • Mar 01, 2021
    After 8:30 Mass

    Monday Morning Bible Study will after the 8:30am Mass. This session will be Mary: Jesus’ Mother and Ours; At this time the sessions will be held in the Parrish Center to allow proper distancing. Currently the session is full.

  • Mar 02, 2021

    Adult Bible Study Group will be meeting at 6:30pm on Tuesday in Avila Hall.

    Our topic will be Saint Teresa of Avila: Passionate Mystic. Currently the class is full.


  • Mar 05, 2021
    9:00 am

    There will not be the Morning Masses from 7 an 8:30 Mass because of the Holy Day Obligations Masses at 7:30, 9:30 and 11:30.

    The Patriotic Rosary will be prayed after the 8:30 AM Mass on First Friday, February 5th. We will have Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament in the Chapel after the 8:30am Mass followed and by Benediction and adoration until 7:15pm.

  • Mar 06, 2021
    After 8:30 Mass
    We will have special Marian prayers after the 8:30 AM Mass for the First Saturday of the month.
  • Mar 08, 2021
    After 8:30 Mass

    Monday Morning Bible Study will after the 8:30am Mass. This session will be Mary: Jesus’ Mother and Ours; At this time the sessions will be held in the Parrish Center to allow proper distancing. Currently the session is full.

  • Mar 09, 2021

    Adult Bible Study Group will be meeting at 6:30pm on Tuesday in Avila Hall.

    Our topic will be Saint Teresa of Avila: Passionate Mystic. Currently the class is full.


  • Mar 15, 2021
    After 8:30 Mass

    Monday Morning Bible Study will after the 8:30am Mass. This session will be Mary: Jesus’ Mother and Ours; At this time the sessions will be held in the Parrish Center to allow proper distancing. Currently the session is full.

Gift Shop

Gift shop hours are before & after each weekend Masses and weekday from 9:00-4:00PM (except Tuesday and the month of July).


Buyer's Bargain Shop

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday

10 AM – 1 PM

400-412 Main St.

Titusville, FL 32796

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