Seton Weekly Update 8/4/22

Posted on August 04, 2022 in: General News

Dear Friends, This is Liam Benton, your business Manager here at Seton!  I’m excited to be able to share with you some things we have been up to as well as some things we have in the works for the coming year. As Msgr. Mentioned last week, we have been working hard to get some much needed updating done at the rectory.   I have been working with a few contractors, and yes help...

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Seton Weekly Update 7/28/22

Posted on July 28, 2022

Dear Friends, How time flies – I have been at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton for an entire month!   I have been commuting from Baltimore each day as the rectory has been spruced up with some paint and the refinishing of the hard wood floors.  I am really looking forward to settling in and getting into a routine absent the commute.  My thanks to Liam Benton who has been busy gettin...

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Seton Weekly Update 7/21/22

Posted on July 22, 2022

Dear Friends, This Sunday is Second World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly.  Established by Pope Francis in January 2021, the observance is celebrated each year on the fourth Sunday of July, coinciding with the feasts of the Blessed Virgin Mary’s parents and Jesus’ grandparents, Sts. Joachim and Anne (July 26th). In his message for this year’s observance, Pope Fran...

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Seton Outreach 2022 Backpacks (stuffed with school supplies)  for the Children of St. Gregory’s Parish School bells in Baltimore will be ringing soon, and the children of St. Gregory’s parish will need school supplies to feel confident and be successful with their lessons of Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic. Do you want to be a part, of a child’s story of acade...

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Seton Weekly Update 7/14/22

Posted on July 14, 2022

Dear Friends, As I continue my transition into the parish’s life, I want to say a word of gratitude this week to the parish staff who have been very helpful and very patient with me as I learn the parish and settle in.  The parish is blest to have such an able and dedicated staff.   I see signs of vitality all around me.   Last weekend 3 babies were baptized; there was a...

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Seton Weekly Update 7/7/22

Posted on July 09, 2022 in: General News

Dear Friends, Thanks so much for the very warm welcome extended to me last weekend.  As I mentioned in my brief comments, I feel blest to be at Seton and I pray that my time as your pastor will be a blessing for you.  Do have patience with me – I never forget a face but names are another matter. Although we are in “ordinary time” there are some special events this...

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Seton Weekly update 6/30/22

Posted on July 05, 2022 in: General News

Good Morning Seton parishioners, With the transition of Fr. Paul leaving and Msgr. Woy coming in we are working on what Flocknotes might look like for the future.  We’d like them to continue as a weekly update of things happening around the parish.  Please bear with us as we make some changes, but know that our goal is to keep you updated as to what is happening here at Seton. ...

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REMINDER—THIS SUNDAY, JUNE 26  Fr. Paul will be saying his Final Weekend Mass at 11:00am.  A reception will follow in the Parish Center.  All are welcome to come by and offer your well wishes to Fr. Paul!   This Mass will be LIVE-STREAMED, instead of 9:30am. Dear Brothers and Sisters, Since March 2020 (Covid-19 shutdown) I have written my weekly mes...

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Seton Update June 16, 2022

Posted on June 16, 2022

Dear Friends, Jesus’ miraculous feeding of the crowd, which we hear as the gospel reading this weekend, Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ, helps us to appreciate the abundance of gifts that come from God. On this day, in particular, we give thanks for the gift of the Eucharist, that source of God’s grace and blessing that is always available to us in the Mass. By first ...

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Dear Friends,  Pick up any musical instrument and play the note “A.” That particular sound has been “A” since the beginning of time, it will be ‘”A” today and tomorrow and next week, it will be “A” a thousand years from now. Whether it is heard in an aria from a Mozart opera, a Stephen Sondheim composition or a guitar riff fro...

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