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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 good week! Fr. Paul

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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 cases of inclement weather. If schools are closed, the Parish Offices are closed, the 9:00 a.m. Mass is cancelled and all evening meetings and activities are cancelled. The Crofton Food Pantry will be closed also. If the schools are delayed, the 9:00 a.m. Mass and all mo...

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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 listening sessions to receive input Fact Sheet about frequently asked questions and the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s response Information graphic about the abuse crisis Archbishop Lori's statement on the Late Car...

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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 clear that our past cannot be our future and radical reform is needed.  I took a couple of days to read the Report and the details of the abuse and the cover-up by the bishops were heart-wrenching and sickening.  There is...

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