Entries for December 2021
Posted on December 29, 2021
Dear Seton Family,
As you are aware, Kentucky was hit especially hard in a tornado outbreak earlier this month. In particular, many towns within the Diocese of Owensboro suffered severe damage and that the Diocese is making considerable efforts to assist those affected by this natural disaster.
I am designating our Poor Boxes this weekend (January 1/2) to contribute to this effor...
Posted on December 26, 2021
Just a reminder -
Masses on Christmas Eve are at 4pm (live-streamed on FaceBook and in the Parish Center with extra seating);
Mass on Christmas Day is at 11:00am
In light on the ongoing pandemic, and due to the dramatic rise in the number of cases recently reported,we would strongly encourage EVERYONE (regardless of vaccinat...
Posted on December 19, 2021
Please monitor your heath! If you are not feeling well, have a temperature over 100 degrees, sore throat, have a persistent cough or generally not feeling well, please stay home. Please utilize the hand sanitizers when you enter the Church and/or the Parish Center. Our 4:00pm Christmas Eve Mass will be live-streamed, as well as our Sunday, 9:30am Mass. &n...
Posted on December 15, 2021
Posted on December 12, 2021
“Gaudete” Sunday! As we approach Christmas on this Third Sunday of Advent, our hearts swell with joy because our waiting is shorter, our anticipation grows, and our preparation for this day has not been in vain. The Lord has promised that He will come, and He is fulfilling that promise.
John the Baptist invites the crowds, tax collectors, and soldiers to leave ...
Posted on December 08, 2021
Year of the Eucharist Exhibition
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church invites you to come and discover the very Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish
1800 Seton Drive, Crofton, MD, 21114
In the Parish Hall
Weekdays: 9:30am-12:30pm & 4:00pm-7:00pm
Come and discover the Euchar...
Posted on December 05, 2021
ATTENTION—The Christmas mailing went out earlier this week. It includes our Christmas Mass Schedule, which is also included in these announcements!
At this point in Advent, the Church always looks to John the Baptist to rouse our attention and focus our hope for the promised Savior. Quoting from the prophet Isaiah, he announced: “Prepare the way of the ...