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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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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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Seton Weekly Update 5/6/22

Posted on May 08, 2022 in: General News

Seton Weekly Update 5/6/22
Dear Brothers and Sisters, Happy Mothers’ Day to all Moms in our community this Sunday! We celebrate your devotion and selfless love, and we give thanks for the example you give us.  The Lord looks after us, and we give thanks that he provides for us what we cannot otherwise provide...

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Seton Weekly Update 4/29/22

Posted on April 29, 2022 in: General News

Dear Friends, As we continue the Easter season, the scriptures this weekend highlight the zeal and perseverance of the Apostles. I find great encouragement in their shift from disciple (learner) to apostle (one who is sent). Their time as followers of Jesus was often marked by getting things wrong, making mistakes, and giving up on Jesus. The Acts of the Apostles, on the other ha...

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Seton Weekly Update 4/22/22

Posted on April 24, 2022 in: General News

Dear Sisters and Brothers, “This is the day the Lord has made... let us rejoice and be glad!” (Psalm 118:24) We sang these words with passionate faith last Sunday as we celebrated the Lord’s Resurrection, and rightly so, because on Easter Jesus did what we ourselves cannot do. Only God can make that day happen! The joy of that Easter day spills over into a week of feastin...

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PARISH UPDATE
I am going on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land March 16-27 with parishioners from the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore. If you wish me to remember your prayer intentions click on the link on our parish website or visit:  http://www.cathedralofmary.org/event/holy-land-2019/.  You can also sign up to receive updates through social media platforms!    Wishing you all a...

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from the desk of Father Paul

Inclement Weather Policy

Posted on January 13, 2019 in: General News

Inclement Weather Policy
The parish follows Anne Arundel County Public Schools in cases of inclement weather.  Download our full policy which includes the weekend Mass policy can be found here. Weekday Hours St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish follows Anne Arundel County Public School policy at www.aacps.org in...

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Archdiocese of Baltimore Victim's Assistance Line: Toll Free (1) 866-417-7469 Latest news and resources relating the Clergy Sexual Abuse Crisis in the Catholic Church. Letter from the Pastor - Fr. Paul Sparklin's response to the crisis Archdiocese of Baltimore - Responses to Issues Raised in Listening Sessions Archdiocese of Baltimore to hold virtual town-hall l...

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Letter from the Pastor

Posted on October 04, 2018 in: General News

Dear St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parishioner and Friends of Seton, It has been a very difficult summer for the Church with the revelation of misconduct and abuse by former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick and the shocking grand jury report released by the attorney general of Pennsylvania.  Seldom have I felt so discouraged.  I do not know what the future holds for the Church.  But it is c...

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