Eucharist Exhibit Volunteer Sign-Up

Posted on November 23, 2021

Eucharist Exhibit Volunteer Sign-Up
From 12/11 through 12/19, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church will be hosting The Year of the Eucharist Exhibit, displaying worldwide Eucharistic Miracles, artifacts used in Eucharistic liturgical celebrations, and a first class relic of Blessed Carlo. Simultaneously, the Real Presence of Christ...

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Weekend Update - 11/19/2021

Posted on November 22, 2021

Dear Friends, Our liturgical or Church year draws to a close this weekend when we celebrate the Kingship of Jesus. The official title of Sunday's feast, “The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe,” sounds ominous, colossal and almost like something out of a Marvel movie! In reality, we celebrate that Jesus is Lord: he has power over us. We make ourselves ...

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Weekly Flocknote - 11/12/2021

Posted on November 14, 2021

Dear Brothers and Sisters, As the end of the liturgical year draws near, the “signs of the times” around us already point us squarely toward Christmas, and I must confess a bit of frustration that commercial society just wants to rush the season . Looking ahead, proper planning and time for preparation are all important, as evidenced by our own holiday outreach programs and the...

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Holiday Outreach 2021

Posted on November 02, 2021

There are 6 holiday programs. To download or print please click here. CHRISTMAS GIFT CARDS FOR KIDS 2021 WHAT: We are collecting $25 Target or Walmart gift cards to give to local parents who have signed up in the Food Pantry to buy gifts for their children under 18. Last year we helped 86 children from 27 families.  HOW TO HELP: You may either buy the gift cards yourself...

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PARISH UPDATE, Holiday Outreach

Weekend Update - 10/29/2021

Posted on October 31, 2021

Dear Friends, In his book Man’s Search for Meaning, Dr. Viktor Frankl writes of the unspeakable horrors he witnessed as a prisoner in Nazi concentration camps during World War II. The book is not just a record of Nazi atrocities but a testament of what Frankl learned from the courage and faith of his fellow prisoners about the meaning of this life we are given. When he was ar...

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Weekend Update - 10/22/2021

Posted on October 24, 2021

Dear Sisters and Brothers, "Master, I want to see." The prayerful request of blind Bartimeus in Today's gospel (Mark 10:46-52) is not only a plea to heal his ailment but to give him what he needs to be a disciple. Once healed, bartimeus immediately followed Jesus on the way. When we identify what is holding us back from following Jesus more completely, maybe we should bring that t...

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Thanksgiving Program | 2021

Posted on October 18, 2021

To download the flyer please click here and click the download icon on the top right corner

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Weekly Flocknote - 10/15/2021

Posted on October 17, 2021

Dear Seton Family, Part of the motivation to be a follower of Jesus is his promise of heaven. Nothing or no one else can promise such a thing as life for eternity! We are  all looking for that gift whether we talk about it or not. In short, we all want something from the Lord, and he wants to share that gift with us. Today’s gospel presents us with James and John, two disciples who w...

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November • A Month of Remembrance

Posted on October 14, 2021

During November, we are called in a special way to remember "our brothers and sisters who have fallen asleep in the hope of the resurrection" (Eucharistic Prayer II). Our parish will offer the following opportunities for us to pray especially for our deceased loved ones during this month. Book of Remembrance • October 30th - November 29th The Book of Remembrance will be in the...

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Weekly Flocknote - 10/8/2021

Posted on October 10, 2021

Dear Seton Family, We all have our own tastes and preferences at every level... whether it’s food, music, hobbies, or even relationships, each of us is unique. As they say, “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” and “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” All that being said, there are some things in life with “assigned value&r...

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