Care and Support

Mass Times

All times are listed in Central Time Zone.


7:00 AM Live Stream
9:00 AM Live Stream & Facebook Live
11:00 AM Live Stream & Facebook Live
1:00 PM Español Transmisión en Vivo y Facebook Live
6:00 PM LifeTeen Live Stream & Facebook Live



9:00 AM – Live Stream

Tues & Thurs

6:45 PM – No Stream


6:00 AM – No Stream


10:00 AM Live Stream
5:00 PM Vigil Live Stream



Funeral Planning assists with the planning of the Funeral Mass following the death of a loved one.  Funeral planning can be done at any time. Please contact us for an appointment if you are interested in pre-planning a funeral for yourself or a loved one. For more information, please click the “Funerals” tab next to the Care & Support Tab. 

Susan Dewlen
Executive Assistant of Clergy



All men and women who are alcoholics, or think they may have a problem with alcohol, and families of those with this problem are welcome to attend. All inquiries and attendance will be strictly confidential. Come and participate in the grace of recovery by visiting Alcoholics Anonymous on the web at for meeting times and locations near you or by calling the AA Intergroup Houston at 713-686-6300.

AA Website


All family members or friends who have been, or are being affected by someone else’s alcoholism or addiction are encouraged to attend. If you have any questions about this meeting, or problems that you or your family may be experiencing due to alcoholism or addiction, you can contact Joe V. at 713-252-7623 or Debbie B at 407-221-7038. All inquiries and attendance are strictly confidential.

All are welcome on Thursdays from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm in room 120 of the St Teresa Center.

Contact Joe V. Contact Debbie B.

Gratia Plena Counseling

Gratia Plena (which means “full of grace” in latin) is a non- profit organization, which offers mental health, couples/marriage, and addiction counseling in service to the Catholic Community. Our mission is to provide counseling services and spiritual direction that is faithful to the teachings, values, and traditions of the Catholic Church. For more information please visit the website or call: 832-532-0129

Gratia Plena Website

Grief Support

“The ‘Walking Through Grief Program, Tools For Finding Hope Along the Journey’, is a Zoom educational DVD 10 part series for those experiencing grief from the death of someone close to them. Check the Adult Faith Formation calendar to see when the next series of classes begin.


All in the community are welcome regardless of their faith tradition. If you have any questions or would like to register for this online class and receive the Zoom meeting link you may call Bob Spruce at 936-689-4515 or email him at

Adult Faith Calendar

Retrouvaille (Troubled Marriages)

The Retrouvaille Program consists of a weekend experience combined with a series of 6-12 post-weekend sessions. It provides the tools to help put your marriage in order again. The main emphasis is on communication in marriage. It will give you the opportunity to rediscover each other and examine your lives together in a new and positive way.

Retrouvaille Website

Spiritual Direction

Spiritual Direction is an ancient tradition of mentorship and discipleship in the Christian faith. Spiritual Directors will help you recognize how the Holy Spirit is working in your life and help you deepen your relationship with God. They will help you develop an active prayer life, guiding you in a deeper spirituality. 

Contact Spiritual Direction


We are here to assist you in the planning of the Funeral Mass following the death of a loved one. The first step is to fill out the form below so that we can capture your information and help you plan the funeral.


Funeral planning can be done at any time. Please contact us for an appointment if you are interested in pre-planning a funeral for yourself or a loved one.


When one of its members dies, the Church encourages the celebration of the Mass.  In the proclamation of the Scriptures, the saving word of God through the power of the Holy Spirit becomes living and active in the minds and hearts of the community. Having been strengthened at the table of God’s word, the community calls to mind God’s saving deeds and offers the Father in the Spirit the Eucharistic sacrifice of Christ’s Passover from death to life, a living sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving, of reconciliation and atonement. Communion nourishes the community and expresses its unity.  In communion, the participants have a foretaste of the heavenly banquet that awaits them and are reminded of Christ’s own words: “Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood shall live forever.” (John 6:55)  Confident in  Jesus’ presence among them in the living word, the living sacrifice, the living meal, those present in union with the whole church offer prayers and petitions for the deceased, whom they entrust to God’s merciful love. – Order of Christian Funerals, #154


Susan Dewlen
Executive Assistant of Clergy


Funeral Mass Selections

For the Funeral Mass, you will get to choose the readings and music. Please read through the Liturgy Guide below and make your selections. Once you have made your choices, fill out the selection form below.

Grief Support

H.O.P.E. (Helping Our Pain Ease) is a 7-week grief support group open to all those interested in processing and learning more about coping with the death of a loved one, either recently or in the distant past.  Contact Grief Support, Jeannette Strauss at 832-482-4227 or 936-273-3776, for more information.


Four sessions are offered throughout the year, two in the fall and two in the spring.