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Please help us improve the website

June 17, 2009 by admin

The website will be undergoing some changes this summer. Please take this short survey to tell us how you use our website. You will also be helping us understand why you come to our website, and what we could do to make it more user-friendly. Your input may very well have an impact on the way the site is redone. If you have any complaints at all, this is the place to share them! The survey is completely anonymous, so please be as honest as you can. You will not be contacted by anyone from St. Therese Parish.

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4 Comments

  1. Philip Raleigh said:

    I was delighted to find St. Therese Parish’s website, having lived in the parish and attended the grade school from 1957 through 1960.
    I have one small quibble with the Parish History information which reads: “’Saint Therese of the Child Jesus’” Parish began on May 1st, 1956, with Father Nicholas Wilwers as pastor. Saint Therese School opened two years later.” I’m sure that the school was open by the fall of 1957 as I attended 4th grade that year in Mrs. McDonald’s class. I distinctly remember one of the Dads bringing in a huge “portable” television so that we could watch the Braves beat the Yankees in the World Series.
    Many Blessings to the Parish,
    –Phil Raleigh

    on Thursday, July 30th, 2009 at 12:42pm

  2. Don Jamnik said:

    Would be nice if meeting minutes were on the website. Could start with Parish Council minutes, and add others later.

    on Sunday, November 22nd, 2009 at 10:35pm

  3. Mary Roberts said:

    Could someone please update the link for the ministries schedule with the most recent one issued. The one presently posted is from Jan – April 2009 – thank you in advance. No need to reply.

    on Sunday, May 2nd, 2010 at 6:42am

  4. Mary Roberts said:

    Thank you very much for updating the weekly Parish bulletins on Mondays – great appreciated. :)

    on Sunday, May 2nd, 2010 at 6:48am


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