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Register to Attend Mass on Oct. 24 & 25

Posted on October 18, 2020

Click Here to Register Seton Mass instructions About this Event Please note the following guidelines that we will be following to ensure everyone's safety. These guidelines come from the State of Maryland, Anne Arundel county and the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Please take your temperature before you come to Mass. If you have a temperature over 100 degrees...

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Parish Update - 10/16/2020

Posted on October 18, 2020

Dear Seton Family,  “Repay to Caesar what belongs to Caesar” ( Jesus’ words in this weekend’s gospel reading, Matthew 22:21), is a great reminder about doing our civic duty, about being responsible members of society, doing our part to contribute to the common good. Jesus was speaking in regard to paying the census tax, which was presented to him by the Pharisees as...

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Calling All Young Artists!

Posted on October 14, 2020

We would love to feature your art on this year’s parish Christmas card!  As you know, each year we send a mailing to all registered households and, like last year, we want the Christmas card to feature artwork from our youth! Please create your very best artwork in the box below and submit it to the parish office no later than Sunday, November 8th.  Please include your name and ...

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Register to Attend Mass on Oct. 17 & 18

Posted on October 11, 2020

Click Here to Register Seton Mass instructions About this Event Please note the following guidelines that we will be following to ensure everyone's safety. These guidelines come from the State of Maryland, Anne Arundel county and the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Please take your temperature before you come to Mass. If you have a temperature over 100 degrees, sore throat, persistent coug...

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Register to Attend Mass on Oct. 10 & 11

Posted on October 11, 2020

Click Here to Register Seton Mass instructions About this Event Please note the following guidelines that we will be following to ensure everyone's safety. These guidelines come from the State of Maryland, Anne Arundel county and the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Please take your temperature before you come to Mass. If you have a temperature over 100 degrees...

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Parish Update - 10/9/2020

Posted on October 09, 2020

Dear Friends,  “May God fully supply whatever you need, in accord with his glorious riches in Christ Jesus” (Philippians 4:19). Saint Paul expresses great confidence in God’s providence and invites us to trust that God will provide. This is what motivates our prayers of intercession as we seek divine help each and every day. Seeing God’s handiwork in our daily lives...

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Parish Update - 10/2/2020

Posted on October 02, 2020

Dear Seton Family,  The stark contrast between good and evil is on full display in Jesus’ parable in this week’s Gospel (Matthew 21:33-43). The tenants left in charge by the landowner schemed to take over the land and steal the crops and the produce. There is a lesson about the danger of greed here, as there does not appear to be any good end when selfish desires take over. The...

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Thanksgiving Food Drive

Posted on October 01, 2020

Because of COVID-19, our Thanksgiving program will be a little different this year!  By starting early, we hope to give you time to collect items so that we can provide 350 Thanksgiving bags to our sister parish St. Gregory the Great in Baltimore.  We will also distribute bags to local Food Pantry and Annapolis families.  There will be no “green slips” for you to sign up...

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Praying the Rosary

Posted on September 25, 2020

Are you looking to God for the grace to build-up your faith more concretely in your life?  Are you feeling called to pray the rosary more frequently?  Are you asking…How? The Knights of Columbus - Sacred Heart Council, is sponsoring two public outdoor recitations of the Rosary, at Boswell Hall parking lot, 6111 Columbian Way, Bowie, MD, on Saturday October 3rd and 17th, from 2p...

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Parish Update - 9/25/2020

Posted on September 25, 2020

Dear Sisters and Brothers,  “Amen, I say to you, tax collectors and prostitutes are entering the kingdom of God before you.” Ouch!! This had to sting. Jesus spoke these shocking words not just to anybody. He spoke them to “the chief priests and elders of the people.” The ones who were professional law-keepers. The ones who were religious leaders and teachers. The on...

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