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This week, an overwhelming sense of gratitude in this New Year has been my focus, especially for all our volunteers who helped make our Christmas Eve Mass such a joyful celebration amid so much uncertainty. This celebration was, by far, our most outstanding achievement with so many in attendance and done with utmost care for the health and well-being of everyone who joined us.

The Christmas Eve Mass underscored the hunger in people for the Eucharist when so many are uneasy about being indoors. And so, we will resume an outdoor communion service (weather permitting) between Masses for those unable to come inside. Please check the e-communications from us for updates on this service which will begin at 9:30 a.m. each Sunday.

With heartfelt thanks to the many of you who overwhelmed me with such beautiful Christmas greetings, cards, and gifts. How blessed I am to be your pastor on this incredible journey to our new home on Mother Teresa Drive. As we move forward with our building project, the time has come to invite our family and friends to consider a gift in memory of or in honor of someone you love.

Our Generational Legacy Campaign is underway. If you would like to participate in this effort to furnish our Worship Center by dedicating an item to honor your loved one with a memorial or an honorarium gift, please don't hesitate to get in touch with Michelle Yeh for more information.

Finally, a word of great thanks to David Gurecki, who will be leaving us as choir director. David has been such an integral part of helping sustain and grow this community over the many years he has led our music, inside, outside, under different venues and conditions. We are deeply grateful for David's service. Please join me in a prayer of thanksgiving and well wishes for David.



 – Fr. Daniel
Stewardship Reflection
Thank you so much to our community for its incredible support during the Christmas season. Your response to the Christmas offertory challenge will help us receive the $15,000 match from our generous donor. The numbers on the Stewardship Refection table below do not include end-of-year online giving, mail-in checks, and the match. If you have any questions, please contact Michelle Yeh or call (972) 898-7995.
Picture-Perfect Moments
A look back on our faith journey in 2021 reminds us how connected we are as one family in Christ at Mother Teresa Catholic Church. We're most grateful to all of you who make our parish bloom and flourish by worshiping with us, volunteering, contributing financially, doing spiritual and corporal works of mercy, and praying for the parish. As we move forward on our mission, St. Teresa of Calcutta, pray for us.
Mother Teresa Worship Schedule
Please come to worship together as one community of disciples, and be a part of the body of believers:
  • Sundays at 8:30 a.m. Mass in the cafeteria of Green Hope HS.
  • Sundays at 9:30 a.m. Communion Service outside the school entrance, weather permitting. Please bring a folding chair.
  • Sundays at 10:30 a.m. Mass in the auditorium of Green Hope HS.
  • Tuesdays at 9 a.m. at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Apex.
To request a Mass intention or to sponsor altar flowers, please email the parish office

Thank you for continuing to support your parish in these ever-changing times. The Eucharist is the anchor of our Catholic faith, and we need this nourishment to sustain our spirit. In this extraordinary time, let's be strengthened in faith together.
Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion Training
Interested in becoming an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion? Or getting a refresher course if you are one already?

Training will be offered in the Green Hope HS cafeteria on Sunday, January 9 from 9:40 to 10:20 a.m. This training will meet the requirements for the certification by the Diocese of Raleigh required every five years.

For more information and to sign up, please email Ellen Kunkel.
Nationwide Respect Life Novena

While we recognize not everyone can participate to the same degree, all are invited to join in our nationwide Respect Life Novena, 9 Days for Life, from January 19 to 27.

Respect Life committee members will be handing out the novena materials the next two Sundays. Won't you join your Mother Teresa community in prayer to support the most vulnerable? Please sign up so that we can send the novena to you via email.

Raleigh March for Life
On January 15, there will be a March for Life in Raleigh. It is a short march but filled with the Spirit beginning around 1:30 p.m. For more information, please email Jim Duncan.

Did you know?
Adoption is sometimes negatively portrayed or perceived as abandonment. This misperception is reinforced by the phrase, "giving the baby up for adoption." Your friend or family member is likely experiencing a number of conflicting emotions. Let her know that placing a child for adoption is a loving and generous option that shows her long-term motherly care. In placing, she gives her child the gift of a family and gives that family the gift of a child.
 
– Jim Duncan
Respect Life Committee Coordinator
Last Call for Mission Trip
Last Call: Rising 9-12th graders to have one of the best challenges of their youth, serving on a Catholic mission trip with Mother Teresa families.

What: Mission trip to build, fix, paint homes of those in need, assist food banks, child centers and grow in faith with music, eucharistic adoration, and inspiring speakers. One adult to five teens ratio.

More info: Catholic Heart Workcamp

When: June 26 - July 2, 2022

Where: Knoxville, TN; stay in boy/girl separate floors or corridors in a high school; adults sleep in the hallway outside the room.

How: Drive with Safe Environment trained parents to TN. The registration cost has always been reduced through fundraising, $405 max. Adult volunteers expenses are covered as much as possible.

Why: To be the hands, feet, and smiles of Jesus to others, to serve as Mother Teresa suggests, and to have fun with hundreds of Catholic teens from across the USA.
 
Action needed: Save your spot with a non-refundable $100 check deposition.

Community support: Strong parish support shows the next generation that we believe in them while nurturing their budding spirits of compassion and generosity in caring for others. Thank you for keeping our Teen Family Group in your prayers.

Contact: Amy, Nicolle, and Michele for more information.
Wanted: Prayer Facilitator
Was one of your New Year’s Resolutions to become more involved in the Mother Teresa faith community? We currently have two people facilitating the Thursday prayer group and are looking for a third to rotate every third week.

All are invited to join us virtually on Thursdays via Zoom. The meeting will begin with a social time at 6 p.m. followed by 15 to 20 minutes of prayer. This prayer group is a response to the call to pray without ceasing. Prayer is focused on the intentions of our Mother Teresa community and changed weekly.

Interested in learning more? Contact Susan Swallow for details.
Wrapped With Love Wraps Up
Our Wrapped With Love team, Pam Burns, Chrissy Lips, Lisa Rauf, and Pat Galloway, sends a huge, heartfelt thank you for participating in our 2021 holiday gift project. For a second year, the Mother Teresa community bestowed bountiful gifts to enable economically marginalized parents to shop for their children at the Wrapped With Love Christmas Shop at Catholic Charities.

This year the shop’s proceeds were the highest to date. Both new and returning Mother Teresa volunteers showed up to donate their time. Our community’s generosity and interest in this giving project keeps on growing, and there are no words to express our team’s appreciation.


We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be less because of that missing drop. – Mother Teresa
KOC Thanks for LAMB Donations
To the parishioners, staff, and clergy of Mother Teresa,

Your Knights of Columbus Council 6650 thanks you for your tremendous support this year for the LAMB Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit charity supporting children and young people with physical and intellectual disabilities.  

Your support for the yard sale in August, the golf tournament in October, and the tootsie roll drive in December helped us raise money for Cary/Apex area exceptional child teachers, EC faith formation, EC swimming and swimming safety lessons, the J. Iverson Riddle Developmental Center, N.C. Special Olympics, and Holy Angels in Belmont, N.C.  

We look forward to your continued support for the "least among my brethren" in 2022!

 
– Joe Healey
LAMB Director, Knights of Columbus Council 6650
Gratitude and Prayers from Uganda
Our dear friend, Fr. Charles Lugenda from St. Matia Mulumba in Uganda, recently celebrated his 70th birthday. He's grateful for Mother Teresa Parish's support during this long hard year and sent this special report and message to you all:

"I am delighted to let you know that with your special financial assistance, I have managed to cope better than expected in the harder times of this past year. I truly felt that my boosted morale had a ripple effect within the community. All the beneficiaries of your assistance at St. Matia 'sing the same song' of gratitude to you and promise to remember you in their prayers. On their behalf and in our own name we send to you and your collaborators abundant 'bouquets of prayer' expressing our thanks for your goodness in our lives. We ask God to continue to bless you in your respective work and keep you always close to Him." 

 
– Fr. Charles Kizito Lugenda
White Flag Needs Volunteers
Background
There are several homeless shelters in Wake County, set up several years ago in an attempt to "solve" the homeless "problem." Once these were established, people thought the problem was addressed, except for one really cold night when a homeless person was found frozen to death.  

This person's death made people realize that the shelters were inadequate to address the number of homeless people due to not reaching everyone. There are some people that can not be housed in a shelter for any number of reasons. There are always going to be people that won't be served by our current homeless shelter system. 

So what to do?
The Wake County Continuum of Care, a program to deal with homelessness, 
decided that on nights when it was going to be especially cold (and therefore dangerous), these shelters would literally put a white flag outside their doors to alert people they could get out of the cold just for the night, no questions asked. This seemed to be working fairly well until COVID hit.

In order to attempt to contain the COVID risk in shelters, they put in place a number of measures that precluded them from opening their doors on an as needed basis, like a cold night. To address this in 2020-21, the program turned an abandoned church off New Bern Avenue into an emergency shelter. It would open on cold nights to allow in as many people as would safely fit, men, women, and families. However, the building could only house 86 people, so on some nights, five to ten people were turned away.

The need for a White Flag Shelter didn't disappear in 2021. COVID still rages. But the abandoned church was no longer available. They found a new site, that could house as many as 110 people (men, women, and families). This new location is St. John's MCC. The St. John's community will be moving to new premises in January 2022 and the landlord will allow the entire current site to be used through March 2022. Recently, we filled up the 110 cots and had to turn away about 20 people. The need has grown from just last year.

How is a White Flag night determined?
White Flag nights are determined by the Raleigh Wake Partnership to End & Prevent Homelessness. A weekly list of nights is established based on weather forecasts. If the weather is going to be 35 degrees or below, a White Flag night is called.

What will be expected of you?
You will choose one of three shifts:
  • 4 to 8 p.m. to help with the greatest influx of people
  • 8 p.m. to 12 midnight to offer chaperone and other support activities
  • 12 midnight to 8 a.m. to chaperone and then get coffee and a small breakfast to help get people on their way
You will provide support under the direction of paid staff. You will not be expected to be responsible or accountable. You will be a volunteer. Your role will be to serve.

How will this work?
If you're interested in volunteering with this amazing ministry, please email Mark Swallow. Mark will be in touch with you with more information and then you can decide if or how much you can help.

Where?
St. Johns MCC, 622 Maywood Avenue, Raleigh

You are not expected to work all nights. If you can only work one per week, month, or season, that is perfectly fine. You will be tired by the end of the night, but you will know that you did Mother Teresa's and God's work. You never know what impact you can have, even with just one person but the only way to have that impact is to do this work. We hope you will respond with "Yes!"

 
– Mark Swallow
Oak City Cares Project Coordinator
Read and Feed Needs Tutors
Read and Feed is looking for additional tutors to work with students in kindergarten through fifth grade once or twice a week throughout the school year. There are more than 20 sites throughout Wake County including St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church. Tutors need to be 18 or older, but 15 to 17-year-olds can tutor if they're paired with a parent or guardian.

The St. Michael’s site meets on Tuesdays from 6:15 to 8 p.m. When tutors arrive, they collect books and games to work with their students. Students get a donated meal and the tutors sit with them to talk about their week and discuss their interests.

When the students finish their meal, they move on to playing literacy games and reading with their tutors. 

During the evening, we encourage students to choose three take-home books for their own personal library. Tutors keep track of the books read with the student and the literacy activities done that week. Each site is only able to accept as many students as they have tutors. St. Michael has a waiting list of students interested in their site.

Currently, everyone is required to wear masks while there.

If you're interested in volunteering, visit the volunteer page of the Read and Feed. If you’d like to learn more, please email Susan Swallow.

You may also help Read and Feed by donating new and gently used kindergarten through fifth-grade books. Place the books at the Read and Feed sign located in the cafeteria on the bench near the side entrance when you come to Mass on Sundays at Green Hope HS. You may also donate a meal to a site or help at the Read and Feed office.

Check the website to complete the volunteer application and discover more about other ways you can impact students struggling with literacy skills that need community support.

 
– Susan Swallow
Read and Feed Project Coordinator
A Christmas Gift
Please pick up a A Minute in the Church book when you come to Sunday Mass at Green Hope HS.

The book has 51 one-minute teachings about the Mass. These include the names of the vessels and vestments to lessons on the deeper meaning behind the rituals and gestures.

This book will help you come to a greater understanding of the Mass and prepare for the first celebration in our new worship center this year.
Face Mask Reminder
A gentle reminder that the Wake County Public School System requires face coverings for all visitors entering school buildings. That includes our Sunday Mass at Green Hope HS. Parishioners are encouraged to comply with the school's requirement and wear a face mask.
FORMED Picks of the Month

Mother Teresa Parish has a parish-wide subscription to a premier online platform called FORMED available to every parishioner. FORMED is an online catechetical resource tool for learning and inspiration to make us better informed and formed Catholics. There is something for every family member to help them grow closer to Christ and his church. Sign up here.

Each month, we'll suggest a movie or presentation for your family to watch, one for adults and one for children. Here are our suggestions to continue your journey of faith in January.

The Story of the Nativity: The Truth of Christmas

Explore the true story of Mary and Joseph, Jesus's miraculous conception, the birth of John the Baptist, the journey of Mary and Joseph to Bethlehem, the Star of Bethlehem, and the birth of Jesus.
Watch »
Lukas Storyteller: The True Meaning of Christmas

Lukas and Noah will help children understand the true story of Christmas and how the birth of the Son of God should change our hearts.
Watch »
Sign in to FORMED. Watch the movies anywhere, anytime on iPhone, Apple TV, Android, Android TV, Fire TV, Roku ®.
Baptism and the Trinity
The Mystery of the Most Holy Trinity is the central mystery of Christian faith and life. It is the mystery of God in himself. It is therefore the source of all the other mysteries of faith, the light that enlightens them. (CCC 234)

For most of us, baptism is not perceived as a manifestation of the Trinity in that time and space (although it is). Yet baptism for us is more than just a given cultural reality. Baptism brings together the promises of God from the distant past and the redemption brought about by Jesus and actualizes them in the life of the person baptized.

We began the Season of Advent with the actions and presence of John the Baptist and so, as we end the Season of Christmas and begin Ordinary Time, it's only fitting that our Gospel closes with the baptism of Jesus. With this event, Jesus now begins his public ministry to Israel and the world giving open access to salvation for all peoples.

The significance for Luke’s Gospel is that during the prayer of Jesus, after his baptism, God suddenly invades history to reveal himself to Jesus. In his hidden life before this revelation, nothing indicated that the carpenter from Nazareth sought, or foresaw this manifestation and acknowledgment by the father, and the descent of the holy spirit.

The primitive early apostolic church of Jesus always acknowledged that historically and physically, Jesus was baptized by John and understood that spiritually, this mystery, like ours, takes place in the soul. The church has always taught that Jesus, moved by love, respect, and concern for the lives of humanity and born without sin, affirmed his willingness to be one with us.

Identifying with struggling, sinful, cursed human beings, he allied himself with our neediness and our hopes aware that he shares our fate of bodily death. This incarnational mystery of life reaches our deepest hopes in the person of Jesus.

The Baptism of the Lord which we celebrate on this feast invites us to deeper intimacy and communion in the blessed Trinity revealed in the Gospel story. The pleasure the father has in Jesus is meant for us as well because "it pleases the father to reveal the things in heaven to mere children." (Luke 10:21)

It is on this life-giving planet of water, unlike any other known to us, that God the creator uses the material of water to give spiritual life to animate us in perceiving our role in that life of the spirit. Luke’s Jesus discovers and hopefully we will too, that this perception requires prayerful emptying of oneself in order to be filled with the life of the living God, who is Trinity.


 
 
 
– Deacon Mike

Sunday, January 9  The Baptism of the Lord
Readings: Isaiah 40: 1-5, 9-11; Psalm 104: 1b-2, 3-4, 24-25, 27-28, 29-30; Titus 2: 11-14; 3: 4-7; Luke 3: 15-16, 21-22
Mass: 8:30 a.m. (Green Hope HS cafeteria)
Intention
Joe Puskar, requested by Carolyn Puskar
Communion Service: 9:30 a.m. (Green Hope HS entrance)

Rosary: 9:45 a.m. (Green Hope HS cafeteria)
Mass: 10:30 a.m. (Green Hope HS auditorium)
Intention
James Boyle, requested by Jim and Dee Boyle
Altar Flowers: In loving memory of
 James Boyle, sponsored by Jim and Dee Boyle

 
Monday, January 10
Readings: 1 Samuel 1: 1-8; Psalm 116: 12-13, 14-16, 18-19; Mark 1: 14-20

Tuesday, January 11
Readings: 1 Samuel 1: 9-20; 1 Samuel 2: 1, 4-5, 6-7, 8abcd; Mark 1: 21-28
Mass: 9 a.m. at St. Mary Magdalene, 725 Magdala Place
Intention:
Pauline and Angela Matusiak, requested by Terry Reichel

Wednesday, January 12

Readings: 1 Samuel 3: 1-10, 19-20; Psalm 40: 2 and 5, 7-8a, 8b-9, 10; Mark 1: 29-39

Thursday, January 13
Readings: 1 Samuel 4: 1-11; Psalm 44: 10-11, 14-15, 24-25; Mark 1: 40-45

Prayer Group: 6:30 p.m. via Zoom

Friday, January 14

Readings: 1 Samuel 8: 4-7, 10-22a; Psalm 89: 16-17, 18-19; Mark 2: 1-12

Saturday, January 15

Readings: 1 Samuel 9: 1-4, 17-19; 10: 1; Psalm 21: 2-3, 4-5, 6-7; Mark 2: 13-17
 
Sunday, January 16  Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Readings: Isaiah 62: 1-5; Psalm 96: 1-2a, 2b-3, 7-8, 9-10; 1 Corinthians 12: 4-11; John 2: 1-11
Mass: 8:30 a.m. (Green Hope HS cafeteria)
Intention
Brenda Witchger
Communion Service: 9:30 a.m. (Green Hope HS entrance)

Rosary: 9:45 a.m. (Green Hope HS cafeteria)
Mass: 10:30 a.m. (Green Hope HS auditorium)
Intention
Margaret Davis, requested by Ed and Pat DelCogliano


To request a Mass intention, please email the parish office.
To listen to the daily scripture readings, click here.
Altar Flowers Sponsorship

Sponsoring altar flowers is a wonderful way to honor a loved one, commemorate a special event, and contribute to the beauty of Mass. Sponsors will receive the beautiful flowers after the 10:30 a.m. Mass. Please contact the parish office or submit your donation through WeShare.
To be included on the prayer list, email the Pastoral Care Ministry or call (919) 600-1724.
Small Businesses Directory

Check out our informal directory of small businesses. If you are a parishioner or a sponsor, and the owner or operator of a small business or franchise, please fill out this form to be listed.
Special Collection in January

Did you know that you can make online donations for special collections via WeShare? Just follow this link:

January 1 • Mary Mother of God Collection
January 30 • Latin America Collection

We're grateful you chose Mother Teresa as your parish to grow with us together in faith. Your generosity allows us to continue our tradition of love and charity, inspired by our patron saint.

We humbly ask for your continued financial support, please consider giving through one of these methods:

 
WeShare. A one-time or recurring gift via WeShare. View instructions, here.

Sunday Basket. In-person collection when you come to Mass.

Mail. Send your gift to Mother Teresa Catholic Church, 10030 Green Level Church Road, Suite 802 #1092, Cary, NC 27519.

Bank Bill-pay. Contact your bank for details.

Text-to-give. Text keyword MTCC to 800-950-9952. Click on the WeShare link. Complete your gift.

Stock, Bonds, IRAs, Estate Planning. Give with added tax benefits from stocks, bonds, or IRA's or list Mother Teresa Catholic Mission as a beneficiary in your estate planned giving.

For more information, please email Michelle Yeh or call (972) 898-7995. Thank you for your unwavering support and faithfulness to Mother Teresa Catholic Church.
Diocese of Raleigh’s Synodal Journey 

In response to Holy Father Pope Francis’ call, under the guiding title "For a Synodal Church: Communion, Participation, and Mission," Bishop Luis Rafael Zarama has begun the Diocese of Raleigh’s synodal journey by launching an online survey. In-persons sessions will follow the survey. Everyone in the diocese, including those no longer affiliated with the church, those from other faiths, or no particular faith, are invited to provide their thoughts regarding the mission of the Catholic Church.

Employment Opportunities

Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is currently hiring faculty in the following disciplines: math, history, science, English, Spanish, theology, and health/PE. For more information and application instructions, visit the website.

Surviving Divorce Program

Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, 2718 Overbrook Drive, Raleigh, is pleased to announce the beginning of an exciting DVD ministry to men and women who have suffered from divorce: Surviving Divorce Hope and Healing for the Catholic Family.

The 12-week program features 30-minute DVD segments each week with discussions to follow. Whether you are separated, divorced ten days ago, or ten years ago, the program offers valuable insight for everyone.

Beginning on January 10 through April 4, we will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Fallon Center lounge. The cost is $25 per person and is payable at the first meeting. This Catholic program is based on the teachings of the Catholic Church and is open to anyone who needs comfort, counsel, and clarity before or after a divorce.

We will limit the number of participants to ten vaccinated individuals in the interest of safety/social distancing due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Contact Debbie Locke or Dulce Rodriguez for a registration form.

Career Network Ministry Presentation

CNM Presents: Jobs in Cryptocurrencies: A Whole New Industry and Technology
Thursday, January 13 from 8 to 9 a.m. RSVP here.

Overview: Everyone is hearing about the Cryptocurrency (and underlying Blockchain technology) craze that is taking the world by storm. Individuals, corporations, financial institutions, central banks and government regulators are all jumping onto the bandwagon, attempting to capitalize on and/or restrict transactions being made. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of jobs are being created.

The Career Network Ministry is a faith-based organization dedicated to helping job seekers and working professionals advance their careers.


Mass for Life

Pray to support moms in need and for the legal protection of unborn children.

Diocesan Mass for Life at Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral
Saturday, January 15 at 11 a.m. Bilingual Rosary starts at 10:30 a.m.

March for Life at Bicentennial Plaza
12:45 p.m. Youth & College Rally
1:15 p.m. Main Rally
2:30 p.m. March for Life begins

The General Instruction of the Roman Missal designates January 22 as a particular day of prayer and penance called the "Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children." The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops provides resources to help parishes, schools, families, ministries, and individual Catholics participate in this important day of prayer and penance.

Understanding the Human Person

Would you like to understand the truth about sexuality, love, marriage, parenting, and family and be able to express it to others? You'll learn this and more at the Family Honor weekend course, Understanding the Human Person, to be held at St. Michael on February 4 and 5.

Topics include St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body, The Roots of the Sexual Revolution, Fertility Appreciation, Male-female complementarity, Child development and the importance of Family, Gender identity and gender confusion.

The course fee is $150 and includes approximately 12 hours of instruction, books, Friday dinner, and Saturday lunch. Early bird $25 discount if registration is received by January 15. For more information, contact Mary Beth Phillips or register here.


Please pray for our seminarians by name and for an increase in vocations to the priesthood and religious life. For more information, visit ncpriest.org.
Our Mission
Inspired by our patron saint, the welcoming community of Mother Teresa Catholic Church is engaged in service to Christ and committed to the evangelization of His people with great love.

Our People
Pastor – Father Daniel Oschwald
Deacon – Deacon Mike Walsh
Parish Administrator – Angela Sentosa, (919) 623-1751
Business Manager – Michelle Yeh, (972) 898-7995
Pastoral Care – Jean and Donna, (919) 600-1724
Communications – Matt Young, (919) 428-3404
Faith Formation (Love) – Nicole Swannack
Faith Formation (Grow) – Kim Wisniewski
Faith Formation (Shine) – Nicolle Pollaci
Pastoral Council – Ed Simanskis
Finance Council – Paul Wolf
Mercy Council – Mary Ann McNeill
Capital Campaign – Joe Steinlage
Teen Family Group – Amy, Nicolle, and Michele

 
Sacraments
Please contact the parish office.

Parish Registration
If you have thought about making Mother Teresa Parish your spiritual home, please take a moment to formally register with us.
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10030 Green Level Church Road • Suite 802 #1092 • Cary, NC 27519

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