Natural Family Planning

If you would like to have information mailed to your home, please contact Jennifer Lukas in the parish office at jennifer.lukas@seaseton.org or 410-721-5770 ext. 230.  All inquiries will be confidential.


 

Change at the 8:00AM Mass

From Memorial Day until Labor Day, the 8:00AM Mass will be celebrated without music.  When the dialogue is spoken rather than sung, it can help lead the assembly into a time of quiet, personal prayer during and after Mass.  Parishioners seeking a more reflective liturgy may find it at this Sunday morning Mass. 
 

Bishop's Pastoral Visit 2013

Last April 24, Bishop Mitchell Rozanski made a pastoral visit to our parish. If you wish to view his report including comendations and recommendations please click on Bishop Rozanski's Pastoral Vist Report.
 

Becoming A Priest in the Archdiocese of Baltimore

Please keep in your prayers those who are discerning vocations in ordained ministry and religious life.  For information on the priesthood and the discernment process, please visit the Archdiocese of Baltimore Office of Vocations website at www.becomeapriest.org.
 

Greetings from the Pastor

Dear Friend,

Welcome to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish.  We pray that you will find this web site useful in learning about the parish and all of the opportunities that exist here for you and your family.

We try very hard to ensure that there are no strangers among us, but as we continue to grow, that becomes more challenging.  It is up to each member of the community, whether old or new, to reach out and welcome everyone.  If you are new to the parish, I ask you to introduce yourself to me so that I can get to know you as more than just a face in the crowd.

If any staff member or I can be of assistance to you, please call us.  Again, welcome to Seton Parish.  We hope you have found a home.

Fr. Paul Sparklin

Pastor

 

 

Parish Annual Report

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